Peng Sijue asked, "Does your father have a history of medical problems?"
"Frozen shoulder and rheumatism. Except for these, his health has always been very good."
"Although there are no obvious wounds on your father, I think it’s necessary to do an autopsy and I wish to obtain your consent."
Geng Qing furrowed her brows, seemingly a little resistant to an autopsy, but nodded in agreement anyway.
Peng Sijue went to bag the corpse and take it away while Chen Shi questioned Geng Qing about some matters. As she talked, her tears started falling again. The questioning process was interrupted several times. Nobody could handle this kind of thing if it happened to them.
After questioning, Chen Shi took down Geng Qing's contact information and returned to the bureau in a police car.
Half an hour later, Geng Zhangle’s corpse was lying on the dissection table. His clothes had been cut off. Since the joints were already stiff, the assistant applied a hot towel to the joints after measuring the liver temperature and rectal temperature so that the corpse could lie flat.
Chen Shi saw the tiger descending a mountain on Geng Zhangle's chest at a glance. As the man was already old, his tattoo was wrinkled and the color had faded a lot, as if it was recounting the Jianghu spirit of this man back when he was young.
In addition, there were some old scars on his stomach, which seemed to have resulted from being slashed by a knife. They should have been left when he was young.
"This uncle was probably part of the group of young people who were active in the 1980s!" Chen Shi said.
Peng Sijue ignored him, and began to examine the body. The assistant pointed to a place and said, "Captain, there’s a scar here that’s new."
Upon a closer look, there was a round red dot on the deceased's shoulder. It was a bruise under the skin. It didn’t look like livor mortis and the surrounding skin wasn’t damaged.
In addition, there were no external wounds on the whole body, which could not help but make one suspicious.
Peng Sijue stared at the corpse for a few seconds. "Autopsy!"
"I’m leaving, I’m leaving!" Chen Shi said, "I can't stand this scene."
The forensic pathologists opened the corpse’s chest and fixed it. The deceased's liver had congestive edema, which seemed to be signs of poisoning. However, he didn’t rule out rheumatism as the cause . He had minor renal failure, which gave Peng Sijue a sense of déjà vu.
As the autopsy progressed, he had an increasingly ominous hunch. He could tell that it was due to poisoning, but he couldn’t detect the substance. All he could find was cocaine in the urine.
He did not give up and continued with a brain autopsy to rule out causes of sudden death such as ar
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