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Kayla Sistine
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Biographical information
Full name Kayla Sistine
Gender Female
Status Alive
Age Deceased
Birth 1993
Death 2020
Cause of death Blood loss
(shot in the head and chest)
Nationality Flag of Scotland Scottish
Residence Stonemoor, Scotland
Profession(s) Protestor
Family Martin Sistine (father)
Karl Sistine (brother)
Partner(s) Russell Fullard (ex-boyfriend)
Affiliation(s) Luddites
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appeared Case 13: Blow Off Some Steam

Kayla Sistine (1993-2020) was a suspect in the murder investigations of her ex-boyfriend, scientist Russell Fullard, in Chilled to the Bone (Case #14 of Stonemoor) and her brother, Luddite protester Karl Sistine, in A Wrench Between Gears (Case #17 of Stonemoor). She also made quasi-suspect appearances in Blow Off Some Steam (Case #13 of Stonemoor) and Fall on Hard Times (Case #16 of Stonemoor) before being murdered in Reality Check (Case #18 of Stonemoor).

Profile

Height 5'6"
Age 27
Weight 152 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood A-

Events of Criminal Case

Blow Off Some Steam

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Chilled to the Bone

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Fall on Hard Times

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A Wrench Between Gears

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Murder Details

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Killer and Motives

The killer would turn out to be architect Scott Lawrence.

Scott tried to deny the accusations before confessing, insisting that if Kayla wanted to tear down his family's legacy, he'd tear her down first. Scott told them that Kayla planned on lighting the exhibition hall on fire as a signal to her Luddites to attack and tear down the Millennium Tower, where Kayla's father had died, as a final stand against innovation in the district. As Scott's father had designed the tower and it was his legacy, Scott hunted Kayla down and when he found her, mercilessly shot her with chess pieces to symbolise checkmate, his victory over her. As the pair went to handcuff him, Scott sniggered, saying that as long as is his father's "magnum opus" was intact, he'd won. In court, a remorseless Scott told Judge Fairbanks he hadn't committed a crime, just cleansed Smoky Heights of a parasite getting in the way of the future. Bethany then sentenced Scott to life imprisonment for the remorseless murder.

Case Appearances

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