Alrighty, let's talk.
What we know:1. Cashley has been wrong literally every single time on every single person he's ever accused.
Let's see what he said about Brett and Hammy:
Hammy and Brett our are main targets. Hammy has a confirmed investigate on him that came up evil and Brett was more than likely behind any coordinated lawyer attempt.2. Did we forget about the fact that he COMPLETELY MADE UP A CONVERSATION WITH BRETT.
My version of the conversation is that it didn't happen.
Cashley says that I claimed to be a serial killer (incidentally, that win condition is not the way serial killers work in mafia games) but I say that that conversation never happened.
Cashley's defense? (1) "he had some kind of vendetta against me for some reason." -_- Seriously? Brett's better than that. There's no point in holding personal vendettas from mafia game to mafia game. (2) Flipped affiliation. Again, seriously? He's actually asking you to believe that sometime in the middle of day 3 the affiliation was flipped. (3) "Why would I fake that conversation?" For the exact reason that he did: it worked. It was evidence that contributed to the fact that Brett was lynched. Congratulations. I don't know why this is even a question.3. Hammy's plan made no sense. (Sorry, but it's true.) Let's review his plan:
- Act very oddly
- Counterclaim against n8, the actual Artemis
- The mafia would then try to frame Hammy by killing n8.
Serious problems with this plan: Hammy was highly likely to be lynched the next day--especially if he was lawyered. Why bother killing n8 now? You know there's something going on with Hammy, why take the risk? From the mafia's perspective, there's no reason to get involved with the dispute.
....unless you happen to know that someone is thinking about redirecting Hammy. And maybe you can get that person and Hammy lynched, and kill n8 while you're at it.4. Cashley was the only person who knew about my redirect
. Insert this into the reasoning above.5. Other things that contribute to Cashley's guilt:
look at his attitude through the thread. Making legitimate suspicions into "personal vendettas." The scorn with which he replied to the (clearly joking) proposition of adding Jonah into thunder's role. He claimed Brett killed himself by getting involved in the thread-- verbatium: "By posting he has caused his own demise." He took no responsibility for the mislynches, and yet has somehow completely evaded suspicion.
Both Cashley and I have come up evil. It's up to you to decide who is more likely to have been lawyered.
I vote the Invisible Hand