This Passport belonged to the late Cindy Stone. This was submitted by Prosecutor Winston Payne during the trial of Larry Butz, Wright's first case. It proved that Stone returned from Paris on the 30th of July, the day before her death.
The victim apparently arrived home from Paris on 7/30, the day before the murder.
Role in Cindy Stone's TrialEdit
The Passport proved that the Thinker was running 3 hours slow, or nine hours early on the day of the murder, as the victim must have not set the clock back to local time after returning from Paris. The final piece of evidence to prove Larry innocent, and Frank Sahwit guilty.