Linda Collins-Smith's Murder Case Takes New Turn With The Arrest Of Her Former Campaign Aide, Rebecca Lynn O'Donnell

A former campaign aide named  Rebecca Lynn O'Donnell, 48, from Arkansas has been arrested in connection to the murder case of Republican Linda Collins-Smith.

Linda Collins-Smith's Murder Case Takes New Turn With The Arrest Of Her Former Campaign Aide, Rebecca Lynn O'Donnell859
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According to official reports, authorities have made progress in the investigation of the murder of former Arkansas State Senator Linda Collins-Smith.

A woman, Rebecca Lynn O'Donnell, 48, from Pocahontas, Arkansas has been brought into custody, although her connection with the case has not been confirmed yet.

O’Donnell, who was reportedly friends with with the late politician, worked on Collins' most recent campaign, a race that she lost against James Sturch in the primary.

Authorities have only stated that she has been arrested in connection with the case, and they did not specify whether she was the only suspect they were looking into at the moment.

The Collins murder took place around two weeks ago, and after her body was discovered outside her home, investigators have been hard at work trying to piece together the puzzle of the horrific crime.

A lot is still unknown. It looks like authorities are approaching the arrest of the new suspect with some extra secrecy too, as they have refused to reveal any information about where she is being held, or what exactly they needed her for in the first place.

Collins did not seem to have any political enemies, and her career went through mostly without any trouble.

At the same time, anything is possible when one considers additional deals under the table, and there has been a lot of speculation over whether Collins might have been surrounded by something of that nature.

However, this remains the subject of rumors and unconfirmed discussions so far, and nothing concrete has been revealed yet.

Many have criticized the people behind these rumors, calling them distasteful and inappropriate, and pointing out that people should just wait for some official developments before drawing any conclusions.

Conspiracy theorists moved from blaming Bill and Hillary Clinton to claiming that the two women might have been in a relationship and things reportedly went south after a big fight over another woman.

These theories are just living on the Internet and it is not clear that authorities will share all of the details of the case anytime soon.

Do you think those conspiracy theories have any legs, yes or no?