The Jungwirth family was found dead. They had all been brutally murdered in their home in the suburbs. The murder rocked the whole town, as well as the whole state. Everybody wanted the killer to be put to justice. They didn't care how, but the family had seemingly done no harm to anybody.
They turned to the people that seemed like they were capable of such a horror. All eyes went to 17 year old Louis Tomlinson. He had been deemed by the small town to be a 'Cat Killer', since so many dead cats would be found in the neighborhood the Tomlinsons lived in. He was an outcast in their high school, having no one to turn too. People shied away from him in public, teachers were fast to give him detentions when he didn't show up to class before the bell, students were quick to pick on him in the hallways.
How would they be able to convict Louis? Where was the evidence? Where was the proof?
or the one where Louis is accused of killing an entire family and Harry doesn't think anything matches up
(horrible description but its better if you read it i promise)