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Can t Take My Eyes Off You CH 973

Author:Qing Feng Mo Wan Category:urban Update time:2022-11-29 10:27:44


Chapter 973: Regret

“Young Master Lu, who gave you the courage to keep me here Do you think that I can control the sky for so long without any trump cards” Madam Chais expression looked even more arrogant than Lu Xingzhi.

“Lets see how long you can keep me here.”

“Its good to have confidence.” Lu Xingzhi smirked.

“Well see if you still have a chance to regain your freedom.”

Lu Xingzhi did not say anything else because there were other people with them.

However, his cold expression told Madam Chai that no one in the world would support her for the rest of her life.

Madam Chai had placed too much faith in the person who supported her.

If Lu Xingzhi did not have enough power and confidence, how could he bring the army to Yuan City to suppress the Chai family

At that moment, no one was allowed to enter or leave the Chai mansion—not even a mosquito could fly out of there.

A man in a white coat stood outside the door; he waved at Lu Xingzhi with a document in his hand.

When Zhou Junmin saw him, he got up, opened the door and took the folder from the man.

Then, he turned around and returned to Lu Xingzhi.

“Is Zhou Xiaochengs autopsy report” Inspector Liao asked.

“Yes, that was the medical examiner from the Jindo Citys Police Crime Squad.” Zhou Junmin nodded as he passed the autopsy report to Lu Xingzhi.

When Lu Xingzhi read Zhou Xiaochengs autopsy report, Inspector Liao also went to take a look.

Both of them might not have understood the technical terms on the report, but they learned that the hospital did not treat Zhou Xiaocheng at all.

They passed the autopsy report to Officer Chen when they were done with it.

Suddenly, Lu Xingzhis phone rang; he picked it up and said a few words to the caller.

Inspector Liao continued to interrogate Madam Chai while Lu Xingzhi was on the phone.

He stood up, picked up the autopsy report, and leaned against the iron railing.

“Take a look—this is Zhou Xiaochengs autopsy report.

This proves that the hospital did nothing to help Zhou Xiaocheng while she was there.

How can a person be so cruel Perhaps the term poisonous woman was coined after you.

Only you would let a teenage girl die in the operation room.”

Madam Chai did not force them to cremate Zhou Xiaochengs body since the dead girls family had already agreed to her conditions.

After all, the people in Yuan City preferred to bury their dead in peace.

Zhou Xiaochengs parents would never allow them to cremate her body as it would mean they would lose her bones as well.

Yuan Citys customs would never allow that to happen.

Madam Chai regretted that decision then.

If she had known what would follow after that, she would have told her son to send Zhou Xiaochengs body to the crematorium!

Madam Chais gaze was fixed on the autopsy report, and then she looked at Lu Xingzhi.

His expression was too cold—she did not know if his confidence was because he could predict her moves or because he had underestimated her

Whichever it was, Lu Xingzhi had brought the soldiers from Jindo City to intervene in that matter.

She knew that he was there to arrest her because the issue had attracted the higher-ups in Jindo City.

Zhou Xiaochengs autopsy report was the indisputable truth.

They had let her die in the operating room, and her death was enough to pin a murder charge on Madam Chai.

Was that not too ridiculous

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