Liu Hong looked at Yin Wen in disbelief and struggled to open his mouth. He turned the knife in his hand and wondered whether to kill the little monk or avenge himself against Yin Wen.
Yin Wen screamed crazily, pushed Liu Hong to the ground, and stabbed him with the knife over and over again.
From Chen Shi's point of view, only Liu Hong's twitching legs could be seen as the white clothes on Yin Wen's body were gradually dyed red. Finally, his feet stopped moving.
Chen Shi and Lin Dongxue exchanged looks with each other. Even if Yin Wen had been brainwashed, she was still a mother after all. Her urge to protect her child was engraved in her genes.
Yin Wen stood up, her eyes empty as if she were dead. The young monk was sitting on the ground with a lot of blood coming out from him. The three pairs of eyes in the room were looking at her.
Chen Shi said, “Yin Wen, put the knife down. You are a victim and the law will protect you!”
Yin Wen looked as though she didn’t hear his words. She smiled gently at the young monk. “Chen Xuan, I'm sorry. I'm not a good mother.” Then, she raised her knife and stabbed her throat.
“No!” The young monk shouted.
Chen Shi and Lin Dongxue rushed over and the two tried to stop the bleeding. However, Yin Wen's wound was too deep, and several large blood vessels had already been severed.
“It's too late!” Chen Shi shook his head sadly.
Yin Wen's convulsions became weaker and weaker, and she stopped moving at last. Her pupils had dilated, but she held a smile on her face.
After the young monk finally untied himself, he crawled over to Yin Wen's body, pressed his palms together and chanted a sorrowful scripture as tears kept falling from his eyes. After watching this scene, Lin Dongxue was also infected. Her tears also began to fill her eyes.
Until the police came, the silent, bloody room echoed with the chanting of the little monk...
Three days later, Chen Shi, Lin Dongxue, and other policemen opened the door of Liu Hong's house. The hungry dog that had been starved for the past few days barked at them, but finally calmed down after being fed some dog food.
The police began to search every corner of the house. Liu Hong was a cautious person and left no evidence, but this was not important anymore.
In fact, Peng Sijue had found Li Biao's DNA in one of Liu Hong’s cars. Even if he wasn’t dead, it was enough to convict him.
Chen Shi found a hidden door behind a cabinet. He pushed it open, and there was a small chamber at the back, less than five square meters large. It was built in the bedroom with an additional wall.
The walls of the cubicle were unpainted and neat red bricks were exposed. A steel nail was nailed to the wall with a metal dog chain tied to it. There was some domestic garbage on the ground, lunch boxes, used water cups, and a toilet bucket. It also had sanitary napkins.
Lin Dongxue couldn'
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