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'Dallas': Major Character Dies ... Is John Ross To Blame? (VIDEO)

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'Dallas': Police Bring John Ross In For Fleeing The Scene Of A Murder
'Dallas': Police Bring John Ross In For Fleeing The Scene Of A Murder

John Ross has displayed a lot of bad traits so far on the relaunched "Dallas" (Wed., 9 p.m. ET on TNT), but is he a murderer? It certainly looked suspicious that he walked away from a dead body in this week's episode, but viewers know the truth of what happened, even if the police don't.

Marta Del Sol AKA Veronica Martinez hasn't been handling being rejected by John Ross very well, so she swiped Elena's cell phone and used it to trick him into coming to her hotel room. There, she had cameras set up to try and catch him doing something.

But John Ross wasn't falling for it, leaving her desperate and looking more than a little crazy. But after John Ross walked out, a group of men headed to her hotel room. And by the time he got downstairs, her body was lying dead on the roof of a car.

Later, the police showed up because witnesses described John Ross and his car fleeing the scene of that accident, which he did do. But will he somehow get set up for her murder? Will J.R. finally have to step in and admit John Ross maybe can't handle things on his own?

Find out as "Dallas" continues Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on TNT.

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