The mystery of who burned the microfilm has been the subject of much speculation and debate for years. Was it Lily, the daughter of the deceased, or was it someone else? This article will examine the evidence that suggests Lily was responsible for the arson.
It has long been suspected that Lily was the one who burned the microfilm. She was the only one with access to the office where the microfilm was stored and her fingerprints were found on the lighter that was used to start the fire. Witnesses also reported seeing her near the office around the time of the fire.
Furthermore, the fire was started by a lighter, which suggests that it was not an accident but was deliberately set. The microfilm was also the only item damaged in the fire, suggesting that it was the intended target.
Evidence of a Cover-up
The evidence that suggests Lily was responsible for the arson goes beyond the physical evidence. There were also reports of her trying to cover up her involvement in the fire. She was seen talking to a witness shortly after the fire and trying to convince them not to speak about what they had seen.
Furthermore, she was seen disposing of the lighter shortly after the fire, which suggests that she was trying to get rid of any evidence that could link her to the arson.
The evidence that suggests Lily was responsible for the arson is compelling. While it is impossible to know for sure if she was the one who burned the microfilm, the evidence suggests that she was the one responsible for the arson.