This village so far has been more than a little bit difficult to puzzle information out on, I must say.
The most suspicious-acting one of the bunch is Aiden, but I always have to be careful with how far I travel down the path of people acting so overtly suspicious. Generally speaking, it seems like the ones that looks excessively guilty have other reasons for doing so. I do tend to find his overt claims of being rescued by the body guard slightly troubling. It seems to me that it is more or less announcing that one of the short-list of people who would have likely picked to protect him night one is one of our most valuable players, and so it is an invitation for the wolves to see that bad things happen to his early allies. If he AND they are telling the truth at all, I can only hope that he is being strategic enough to make sure that his intuitive and diligent partner is not an obvious trace.
Then again, I have to say I also am taking a very close look at his early allies at the moment. If one of them was a wolf, it could be quite the trust feat to reach out to him after a failed attack and assure him that 'they had his back'. That creates an interesting problem, though, since if they are genuinely the bodyguard, I rather like the idea of them being low and out of the spotlight.
I guess I tend to lean towards Aiden's innocence, though am much less convinced that he's not being manipulated by the guilty.
Edit: Fixed accidental word omissino. more less announcing = more OR less announcing