I'm playing "The Golden Butterfly", the second mission in L.A. Noire's Homicide chapter.
Diedre Moller has been murdered. There are two suspects in the case, her husband, Hugo, and a pedophile, Eli.
I've found all 12 clues in the case, and I'm back at Central where I have the opportunity to interrogate both suspects. I've gotten all four speech successes out of Eli, and he really doesn't seem guilty (of murder). He has a plausible explanation for how he got the brooch, and the coveralls in the trunk are stitched with Hugo's initials. Yet, whenever I accuse Hugo of murder, the captain gets upset with me.
I looked up a walkthrough and discovered that I'm supposed to accuse Eli of the murder.
What evidence proves that Eli, rather than Hugo, is guilty?