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Why did this event happen: The first part of the event where Tasha ran to go stop Mrs.Mercer was for two reasons. The first reason being she hasn 't seen Mrs.Mercer in five years and the second reason was to see if she knew anything about the murder. The part when Mrs.Mercer invited them in for tea happend because she wanted to be polite to her old friend Tasha. The next part of the event where Tasha and Jace asked Mrs.Mercer questions about the night of the murder happened because they had no other leads and just wanted to check if she knew anything that could help them. The reason Mrs.Mercer lied about her vision could be because she knows something that she doesn 't want to say about the murders. The last part where Mrs.Mercer got pushed down the stairs happened could be a freak accident or she had done something or said something she wasn 't supposed to.
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