|Full name||Julia Lloyd|
|Cause of death||Blood loss|
(stab wounds to the torso)
|Profession(s)||Climate change activist|
|Affiliation(s)||Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #43: Ice Rage (s3)|
Julia was a climate change activist researching in Antarctica. She had shoulder length blonde hair, and donned a white winter coat with a penguin logo on the left side over a pink sweater at the time of her death.
Julia was found outside the research station with several stab wounds. The person who discovered the body, Ernest Emerson, believed her murder was the result of an attack by a saber-toothed tiger. The autopsy from the team's new coroner, Grace Delaney, did not have much to refute that claim, pointing out the several stab wounds and bruising. She managed to find traces of animal fur in Julia's wounds, which meant either it was an animal attack, or the killer was wearing fur.
Later, Grace discarded the animal attack theory after finding a wooden splinter on the inside of one of Julia's wounds. On the penguin research center, the team found a broken wooden paddle with blood. According to Grace, the blood matched Julia's and the splinter came from the paddle-- thus filing the paddle as the murder weapon. Grace also managed to find seawater on the paddle. As the station was surrounded by freshwater, that meant the killer used the paddle on the open sea-- thus meaning the killer went kayaking.
Killer and motives
The killer turned out to be the research station manager, Blair Carpenter.
When Jack and the player arrested him, Blair showed that he suffered from dissociative amnesia, according to Marina. Marina then came to interrogate him, where she helped him to recover from the amnesia. He then admitted to the crime. Blair felt alone while working at the station and thought that he and Julia were made for each other, so he could not stand when Julia rejected him. Moved by rage, he split an oar in half, hit Julia in the head with it and then stabbed her with the sharp end. As Blair could not be tried due to his mental state, Marina kept him in custody and suggested psychological treatment for him.