- Oct 26, 2021
So considering that she works for and is a high level employee at Wolfram and Hart, it sort of makes sense that Lilah was not prosecuted by the law for murder… but even then, it is mentioned that Billy’s family is “the closest thing this country has to royalty,” so wouldn’t his family be powerful enough to at least cause some disruption? In addition, Billy was also obviously important to Wolfram and Hart as a client and a valuable tool they could use to serve their evil purpose, so I would think that they would be highly displeased with Lilah killing him off. I guess Wolfram and Hart is so powerful that they can probably silence most humans (in respect to Billy’s family) and perhaps they valued Lilah and her overall purpose/destiny more than Billy (similarly to how they will not allow anyone to kill Angel despite how he foils many of their plans.) Any thoughts?