Does Opie find out who killed Donna?

Answered by Robert Dupre

Opie finds out the truth about who killed Donna when Tig confesses to him. In a moment of vulnerability, Tig admits to Opie that he was the one who pulled the trigger and took Donna’s life. He explains that he was following orders from Clay, who believed that Donna had betrayed the club.

Opie is devastated by this revelation, as he had always considered Tig a close friend and trusted him implicitly. The fact that Tig was responsible for his wife’s death shakes him to his core. Opie realizes that his loyalty to the club has cost him everything he held dear, and he is consumed with grief and anger.

The news of Tig’s confession spreads throughout the club, confirming what Bobby suspected and what Piney had known all along. Jax, who is still reeling from the loss of his own wife, Tara, understands Opie’s pain and realizes that his friend is likely to seek revenge.

Jax believes that Opie will go after Stahl, as she was the one who manipulated the situation and set the events in motion that led to Donna’s death. Stahl had been working as an undercover agent, and her betrayal ultimately led to the club’s downfall.

As the truth comes to light, Bobby and Piney stare at Clay and Tig with contempt. They had suspected all along that Clay was involved in Donna’s death, and now their suspicions are confirmed. The ugly truth is finally out in the open, and it becomes clear that Clay had been willing to sacrifice anyone for the sake of the club’s survival.

Opie’s discovery of who killed Donna marks a turning point in his relationship with the club. He can no longer ignore the corruption and violence that has consumed SAMCRO. This revelation drives a wedge between him and the rest of the club, as he struggles to come to terms with the fact that the people he once considered family are capable of such heinous acts.

Opie does find out who killed Donna when Tig confesses to him. This revelation has far-reaching consequences for Opie and the rest of SAMCRO, as the truth about Donna’s death brings to light the corruption and betrayal that has plagued the club.