Thanks to science, there are now possible answers to explain the sudden death of Ironman competitor Adrian Anderson. After careful consideration and investigation, we are accusing Wilson Park with the murder of Adrian Anderson, as well as accusing Kathy Anderson as an accomplice in the crime.
The coroner initially stated that Anderson’s death was due to cardiovascular failure however, at the time of the last report, there were still many suspects. Theses suspects included family members, an ex-girlfriend, and co-owners of a building in Mount Pleasant.
Investigators were able to establish that Adrian consumed coffee prior to the race. To their surprise, investigators discovered gloves near the coffee pot. Investigators ordered DNA tests on the gloves, and tests on the coffee.
Upon investigation it was discovered that Mr. Anderson’s coffee contained a PH of 2 and high levels of arsenic. When we investigated further, we found Mr. Wilson Park’s DNA on a pair of gloves that had been left by the victim’s coffee pot. Wilson was instrumental in helping developer Omid Manucherri successfully push for the redevelopment of The Lee Building. After examining Mr. Park’s twitter feed, we uncovered a post where Mr. Park declared that it was “time to sell,” and that “Everything [is] lining up.” This tweet suggest that Wilson Park was motivated to sell his part of the Lee Building. We believe that he was wiling to go out of his way to make sure nothing stopped the sale, even if that meant the murder of Mr. Anderson.
Investigators also found high levels of Amphetamines in the water bottle Mr. Anderson was using on the race day. After doing a finger print analysis investigators found Kathy Anderson’s prints on the bottle. Ms. Anderson, Adrian’s sister-in-law, was not fond of Adrian. In an interview she declared that “Her life would not change” after Adrian’s death. Later on, in a twitter exchange, we discovered that Ms. Anderson was having some sort of a falling out with Mr. Adrian Anderson. For these reason’ s we believe that Kathy Anderson was involved in Mr. Anderson’s death, either individually or as an accomplice to Mr. Park. It is widely known that many athletes use performance enhancing drugs. Amphetamines are in this class of drugs that help boost performance by delaying fatigue and increasing alertness. The presence of amphetamines could explain the erratic behaviour of Anderson as he ran his final race.
As in the case of all investigations, not all evidence is relevant and sometimes, evidence could be misleading. Trace evidence found near a victim can link the victim to a potential suspect, but anyone can leave traces of themselves anywhere. Comparative DNA analysis showed that the spit found on Adrian Anderson’s dead body belonged to his brother, Pierre Anderson, Adrian’s long time rival. Though the spit showed that Pierre may have had the motives to kill Adrian, it doesn’t directly link Adrian’s death to Pierre.
Other evidence show that Adrian was killed by poison, but no traces of Pierre were found near any of the bottles of drinks from which Adrian drank from, suggesting that Pierre probably did not poison Adrian. All the fingerprints found on Adrian’s coconut water jug can also be ignored, because his coconut water contained no poison, meaning that whoever touched it did not poison him.
Evidence should also be ignored if it is too tenuous to be confidently linked to any suspect. For example, the third fingerprint found on Adrian’s water bottle is too faint to be discerned, and we ignored it because we cannot confidently link it to any suspect. Similarly, Adrian’s text message accusing someone of questionable activities seemed like it could have been a clue, but we were not able to figure out who the message is sent to.
Finally, just because something seems suspicious, doesn’t necessarily mean it is relevant to the crime. Ethan’s message to Adrian saying that Ethan wants to “meet and talk” may seem potentially suspicious but people in general meet and talk all the time and since there is no other evidence linking Ethan to the murder, there is no indication that this message is relevant to the crime.
It is unknown but suspected that Adrian’s death could be attributed to business owner Wilson Park.