Your Objective: "Prove Bones is Innocent"
Focus on Your Objective First:
You only need to prove Bones could not have killed Harmony. You can't prove who killed Harmony yet, so any theory identifying the killer is probably off.
It might help to make a list of ways it could be proven that Bones couldn't kill Harmony?
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You now know one of the two items needed to solve the objective. Information on that news article can be combined with information on another item to prove Bones could not have killed Harmony.
Study every bit of the news article, including the back of the main article and the second part of the story.
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The clue you are looking for will be obvious when you find it, so you might be on the wrong track if your theories feel abstract. Keep it simple.
Consider the time and location of Harmony's murder along with Bones' location before and after her murder. Prove Bones could never have gotten to Harmony in time to kill her and you'll be done.
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Read every article on the back of the newspaper article and ask yourself whether it could have affected Bones' ability to get to Harmony.
You'll need another item from the case to fully prove that Bones could not have gotten to Harmony in time.
Here's a final hint to get you to the next objective...
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Search the back of the newspaper article for a story that includes the word "Dale". How would that event impact Bones' journey across the river to Tullys and back to Grant Park?