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Connection between Lee and Vince?

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I just checked up on Vince's Wikipedia page and it states he was convicted for shooting an unarmed man, mostly the same reason Lee was arrested. Now would their be a connection for theese two? maybe they where both there when Lee caught his wife cheating on him.


Theory:
Vince is a close friend of Lee's he went with Lee to his house too hang out and whatever, and caught Lee's wife alongside Lee. In a blind fury he shot the man dead. However, Lee took this hard, they where both arrested and Vince received full punishment for the crime and Lee for being a accomplice. Note how Lee is only being escorted in a police car and Vince in a van. Lee still feels heavily guilty about this and takes the blame, carrying the guilt with him and leaving his friend out of the tale as to not blame him as much as possible

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  • @stevean2 said: I just checked up on Vince's Wikipedia page and it states he was convicted for shooting an unarmed man, mostly the same reason Lee was arrested. Now would their be a connection for theese two? maybe they where both there when Lee caught his wife cheating on him.


    Theory:
    Vince is a close friend of Lee's he went with Lee to his house too hang out and whatever, and caught Lee's wife alongside Lee. In a blind fury he shot the man dead. However, Lee took this hard, they where both arrested and Vince received full punishment for the crime and Lee for being a accomplice. Note how Lee is only being escorted in a police car and Vince in a van. Lee still feels heavily guilty about this and takes the blame, carrying the guilt with him and leaving his friend out of the tale as to not blame him as much as possible

    Highly doubt it,it would be too cliche for them to be linked and I don't think it'd make sense.

  • The only connection that comes to mind is the footage of Vince in Macon in front of the Everett Drug Store.

  • I'm actually thinking Vince didn't do anything that bad. But hey, it's just a hunch.

  • Considering Vince's story is the Day 2 one, and he's seen in Macon around the drug store, it wouldn't be to far fetched if he came into contact with Lilly, Carley, and the others before Lee joined up. But as for Vince and Lee knowing each other I think it's very unlikely.

    Edit: Nevermind, Lilly mentioned they just arrived at the drug store shortly before Lee and Kenny.

  • I don't think they knew each other at all. And, while I don't know much about the prison system in the US, I would guess that Vince was being transported from one prison to another with all the other convicts, since they had the armored bus and armed guards and all, while Lee hadn't yet arrived and just had that car with Officer Motormouth. Then again, my knowledge of this stuff comes from TV Crime shows, so feel free to correct me.

  • It just comes to my mind, how if Lee is as a dangerous criminal as he is, that they'd just escort him in a police car with an old police man, with such low security, I mean, choudn't he just strangle the cop with his cuffs if he wanted too and escape? it's not like he was cuffed to the char or anything. I dunno, there just seems to be more to it than that, and you know how corrupt the media is in any reality, even ours!

    For now, it's just my theory that vince did it, Lee took the blame and the media took it as all of Lee's fault. even the cop wasn't sure he did it.

  • Nah, Lee killed the guy. He even says as much to the Stranger, if you choose to tell him what happened to Lee before the walkers. He said h got sick on his way to class one day, came home, found the senator and his wife together, and killed the senator. Lee isn't really a dangerous criminal (unless you decided to play hi that way), and just got caught up in a rush of emotion. The reason he got life in prison instead of a lesser sentence wasn't because he had killed a person, but because he had killed a senator. If the victim had been an Average Joe, Lee probably would have gotten off with a lighter sentence, so I think it wasn't so much that "Lee is a dangerous man!" so much as "He killed a senator, make him pay!"

  • yeah, but you see that's part of my theory. Lee takes the guilt and responsibility himself so the media ethier stays off his friend's back or he feels as if the whole thing is his fault, this probably gives me another reason, since I forgot about Lee saying he was sick, Maybe Vince was taking him home? I dunno, it's just a crazy theory. But.. maybe in a small way, It can be right in someway? I dunno, I hold /some/ hope. I just don't get how, if Lee murdered before, you'd give him such low security. Atlanta's police force seems very unorganized. ._.

  • Is Vince from the comics? I'm sorry I don't watch the tv show or read the comics so I have no idea who Vince is.

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