Lin Qiupu raised his hands to signal that he wasn’t a threat. "Old lady Wei, listen to me. Murder cannot solve the problem. We as policemen encounter all kinds of homicides every day. Those parties each have their own reasons, just like you. However, did the murder solve their problems? Not one of them did. It only made the problem more serious. Not only did they harm others, but themselves too, and then finally, they lost their reputation!”
Old lady Wei said, "Look at your feet."
Lin Qiupu lowered his head. He had stepped on the blood of the second daughter-in-law. The blood stains were a little sticky because of how long it had been. Old lady Wei said, "Don’t bully me just because I’m old. I’ve already killed her. I know I’m going to go to jail no matter what. Based on my age, I’m afraid that I’ll die in prison before the day of my execution... Young man, whatever you say today would be useless. I must kill these two unfilial sons and then go to see the old man as well.”
The old lady's thinking was more stubborn than the others. At this time, Old Zhang said over the radio, "The SWAT team is already in place at the sniper point. Captain Lin, you should stand aside."
Lin Qiupu looked up and saw a bright flash of light in the opposite window. It was the sniper aiming at them. He took the opportunity to whisper, "You can't shoot without my order."
Positive persuasion was almost impossible. At this time, the old lady coughed. Lin Qiupu asked, "Are you in poor health?"
The old lady waved her hand while coughing. The eldest son’s eyes rolled around once and he quickly stood up to grab the medicine. The old lady took the medication and swallowed one before her cough subsided. She said weakly, "I don’t even know if this body of mine would last until next year... Officer, you don’t know this, but this house is the only thing left from my husband and I. Back then, in order to get a foothold in this city, we struggled through countless bitter obstacles. Now, I know that I don’t have that much more time in me. I know that the house will still fall into the hands of these three unscrupulous children after all. I can’t accept it!"
"Why not sell the house and go to a nursing home?"
"Humph!" The old lady sneered. "I made this request before, but every time I said it, they quarreled and wanted to divide the money, as if it was what they deserved!" She yelled at her two sons. "Don't forget, this is all mine. Stop trying to sink your teeth into my things!"
The eldest son said, "We’re not, we’re not. It’s okay as long as you’re well. We hope you’ll live a long life. I promise I’ll be even more filial in the future.”
The old lady sneered again. "You all crawled out of my stomach. Your lives are mine.
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