Was Hank Involved In Adam's Kidnapping On 'The Family'? There's Still A Chance He's Guilty

Is anyone else starting to think that Hank was somehow involved in Adam's kidnapping on The Family ? I know that he has been cleared of all charges in light of Adam's return, but that doesn't make him completely innocent in the whole ordeal, especially since we're not even sure if Adam is really Adam at all. If this Adam really is an imposter like many suspect he is, then that means the real Adam could've still died by Hank's hand. It would certainly help to explain his odd and downright creepy behavior that we witnessed during Sunday night's episode.

Let's start with the fact that Hank has kept a pair of Adam's old gloves in a can, hidden in his bedroom ceiling. I mean, I think we can all agree that is messed up. Plus, we know he has a history of being a sex offender and this kind of shady behavior certainly fits that criteria. Not to mention that eight-year-old Adam completely trusted Hank and would visit his house often. It would've been easy to lure Adam away from everyone. And when he started receiving more scrutiny from the police soon after Adam's disappearance, he went and bleached his entire basement, which suggests he does indeed have something to hide.

Basically, what I'm trying to say here is that I don't trust Hank in any capacity. His relationship with Adam is unsettling and the fact that he's currently in possession of some of Adam's belongings (much like how a killer keeps mementos of their victims) is definitely cause for concern. He may be out of prison for now, but that doesn't make him not guilty. Something is not adding up here and makes me feel like the pockmarked man isn't the only character we should be keeping our eye on.

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