‘Presumed Innocent’: Witness or murderer? Fans speculate about the true nature of Rusty’s son

Contains spoilers and speculation about “Presumed Innocent”

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Fans are immersed in the legal thriller “Presumed Innocent” on Apple TV+ thanks to its engaging plot and thrilling twists and turns.

Based on Scott Turow’s book of the same name, the show’s plot follows prosecutor Rusty Sabich (Jake Gyllenhaal), who becomes embroiled in a legal battle after being suspected of murdering his colleague and secret girlfriend, Carolyn Polhemus (Renate Reinsve). .

Rusty is established as the key suspect in the murder investigation, but he maintains his innocence and is seen struggling to find evidence.

Later, while studying the evidence, Rusty is surprised by the surprising connection of his son Kyle Sabich (Kingston Rumi Southwick) to the murder case, which may cause further complications for our protagonist in the future.

How is Kyle Sabich connected to the murder case of Carolyn Polhemus in “Presumed Innocent”?

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Kingston Rumi Southwick as Kyle Sabich in “Presumed Innocent” photo shoot (@appletv+)

Rusty is thrown into even more trouble by analyzing the incriminating photos and videos shot by Carolyn’s son, Michael Caldwell (Tate Birchmore), on the day of her murder.

To the surprise of Rusty, the evidence shows that his son Kyle was outside the home of Carolyn on the night of the murder.

He then confronts his son and is shocked to learn that he was fully aware of Rusty’s affair with Carolyn before he even told him.

Following a furious debate, Rusty makes amends with his son and informs Raymond Horgan (Bill Camp) that his son has no connection to the crime.

However, the plot develops as the strange behaviors of Barbara Sabich (Ruth Negga) with Kyle’s bicycle, as well as Kyle’s sudden removal of it, add to the mystery surrounding Kyle’s apparent involvement in the murder case.

Did Kyle Sabich witness the horrific murder of Carolyn Polhemus?

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Renate Reinsve as Carolyn Polhemus in “Presumed Innocent” photo shoot (@appletv+)

It is possible to conclude that Kyle did not commit the murder but witnessed it and that he is trying to protect the killer, who may be none other than his mother, Barabra.

Barbara’s strange behavior around Kyle’s bike, as well as its later removal, add to the suspense, implying that evidence may be hidden.

Barbara has a lot of reasons to kill Carolyn, as we’ve seen before on the show how dedicated she is to keeping her family together, and her world revolves mostly around them.

So, probably, after learning about Rusty’s affair, she decided to give him another chance, but then realizing that her husband pursued Carolyn and went to meet his mistress even after the breakup that may have upset her.

Barbara may have confronted Carolyn and, in a fit of rage, killed her, as witnessed by her son Kyle.

Kyle is completely devoted to his family, and it is possible that in order to save his mother, he remains calm and tries to hide any evidence that connects them to the crime scene.

Overall, if this speculation turns out to be true, it could complicate the ongoing investigation and the defense strategy of Rusty Sabich.

Fans react to Kyle Sabich’s involvement in the Carolyn Polhemus murder case

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Carolyn Polhemus was killed on “Presumed Innocent” (@appletv+)

Fans of the show theorized in a Reddit thread called “Theory” that Rusty’s son Kyle Sabich may have witnessed Carolyn’s murder.

The writer of the thread said, “I just caught up on all the episodes last night, do you think Rusty’s son witnessed the murder? Maybe this could explain why he’s acting so strange, I don’t think he’s capable of killing. someone We know he rode his bike around Carolyn’s house that evening and Carolyn’s son left before Rusty saw it so maybe?

While another added, “Kyle did it! Chance, motive, wreck his bike, not rape her PLUS his DNA would most likely pass for Rusty! Go back and review his therapy session. FYI Michael is too young, weak to bond with his mother. and me too don’t see him tormenting her.”

“The reason I don’t think Barb did it at least is because she tried to clean the bike and then the kid tried to throw it away anyway, I think it was Rusty’s son,” said another fan of the show.

How to stream ‘Presumed Innocent’?

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You can watch this exciting series that transports you to a fascinating world of intrigue and drama if you have an Apple TV+ subscription.

If not, you can sign up for Apple TV+ right now for $9.99 per month.

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