Hector laughed at the accusations but eventually confessed, mocking the district of Green Haven for its stupidity. Hector told the pair that he dealt in the world of money and had discovered a large gold mine underneath Green Haven. Knowing he needed to get to the gold somehow, he worked out that he needed to own the land to start his operation to dig it all up, which would destroy Green Haven in the process. He was faced with a problem, however, when he discovered the land was owned by the communities in Green Haven. He then concocted a vicious plan to claim the land by pitting the communities against each other in hopes that they would start a community war and wipe each other out, so he could buy up the land for cheap. Hector then started laughing, insisting how fun it was to watch everyone dance to his tune, calling the citizens of Green Haven the puppets in his puppet show. April, who attended the interrogation, demanded to know why he killed Leo, prompting Hector to reveal that Leo had also discovered the gold mine and wanted to have the land protected so nobody could dig it up and destroy Green Haven. Refusing to have his work ruined, Hector set fire to April’s house and cut off Leo’s jaw, carving a message into it and leaving it in the town square. April then cuffed Hector for the murder of her boyfriend and sent him to trial, where Judge South had him sentenced to life imprisonment in solitary confinement.