Wait a second. Why would Evan know he's been blocked? I don't know exactly how Cyberknight is notifying people, but I'm assuming it's like in past games - you send a PM with "I'd like to investigate person a" and you get a response saying "You were blocked." If Evan really is still good, then he has no power and sent no night action. If he sent no night action, he shouldn't get a response saying "You were blocked" since he did nothing. Evan shouldn't know that he was blocked unless he was converted.
That seems to me like a rather large assumption. It wouldn't surprise me if people are notified of being blocked even if they do nothing. But why would Evan say that he was blocked if he were evil, given that the only person who died was one of Ginga Ninja's targets? That would kind of obviously point a finger at him. Unless he's good and giving us all the info to get at the truth. Evan is, in my eyes, one of the least suspicious players at the moment. (Not that he's not suspicious at all, but he seems to be less suspicious than some of the other players.)
Now, last night, I...
Ow. I made a mistake.
I asked Johnnyw256 to investigate The Ginga Ninja and said that I also was going to ask someone to block him as well. I did this secretly so that the mafia wouldn't know to use a lawyer on him and make him look evil, so a "good" claim would basically confirm him. But I forgot to ask anyone to block him. So that didn't happen, and I'm now bashing my head against the wall.
Either way, Evan is correct that we have two options- either the mafia was blocked successfully (and we have two blocks lying around somewhere, right? Was anyone else blocked?) or The Ginga Ninja is the convert.
Case Files on Evan and The Ginga Ninja - Click to Access
However, I'm not willing to rule out a more sinister and elaborate plan.
Case Files on Johnnyw256 and The Invisible Hand - Click to Access
Here's my question. What if The Ginga Ninja was blocked after all, even though I forgot to ask for it? Then just kill one of his targets anyway to cast suspicion on him and away from evil's self. But if that were the case, The Ginga Ninja would have received a notification saying that he was blocked. But then, if he claims that he was blocked (even if he wasn't and is actually evil) there's no way to confirm it.
I'm also not willing to rule out the possibility of two converts, either because Johnnyw256 was lied to, or because he lied himself, or because a hidden mechanic brought in a second one. Not that I think there are two, but I can't rule it out.
Also keep in mind that blocking The Ginga Ninja and killing one of his targets isn't exclusively a plan that would work for Johnnyw256 or The Invisible Hand. Anyone could have put that into action.
The living players that are not currently under my suspicion are (in order of signup):
Any of these players could still technically be evil, but I have no reason to suspect any of them.
-Superstars111, Grand Master of Nerdiness
The Wookiee who Wouldn't Die