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Trigger Point fans are convinced that latest suspect John Hudson is not the one behind London's mystery bombings, after spotting a key detail that they believe rules him out.
Those who tuned in to the ITV series are watching along as counter-terrorism officer Lana Washington (Vicky McClure) works to uncover the bombing group before they strike again, and after Sunday night's episode, it looked like she had found the culprit.
After a sneaking suspicion convinced her that fellow officer John Hudson (Kris Hitchen) might be hiding something, Lana broke into his locker to see what he had been up to.
Halfway through the drama series, it became clear that whoever is behind the bombings is someone on the inside (cue the AC-12 jokes) who knows all the ins and outs of bomb disposal.
John has been raising suspicion ever since he started spewing his unfounded theories that British Muslims are 'the enemy', and when he hints to Lana that he knows about her secret relationship with Thom Youngblood, Lana breaks into his locker to confirm her suspicions.
Inside, she finds a London A-Z marked with information on the bombings that have been carried out so far, as well as a post-it note with info on Andy Phelan, who viewers saw with a bomb strapped to his chest back in episode one, and a business card for Zipcom Facilities, whose van explosion killed officer Joel Nutkins.
Despite the incriminating evidence, fans are convinced that John isn't the one behind the bombings - irritating as he might be.
As satisfying as it would be to see John behind bars for this, viewers are sure that he's not the one behind the bombings, arguing that keeping this sort of evidence in his work locker is far too convenient.
One fan who tuned into Sunday night's episoee tweeted: "Nah it’s not him, not a cat in hells chance he would leave evidence in his work locker 😂 clearly planted by someone else #TriggerPoint."
A second added: "#TriggerPoint too obvious. Why would you keep such incriminating stuff in your work locker? Set up."
"Yes I’ll just keep incriminating evidence. In my locker. At work. In a police station. #TriggerPoint" joked a third.
One viewer pointed out: "That just seems stupid/arrogant. Leaving your specific, uncoded notes about your bombings in your locker at expo hq? Possibly planted but also male ego is that strong, makes sense that there's a thrill keeping it under everyone's noses #TriggerPoint"
Another commented: "Who leaves All the incriminating evidence in a police locker? I think it was planted"
Is it all just too good to be true, or has Lana found the mastermind behind the bombings in just three episodes?
We'll have to tune in next week to find out!
Trigger Point continues at 9pm on Sunday, 13th February on ITV.
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