After all, he was a person who had been in jail. Upon seeing the gun, Wu Xu didn’t dare to do anything else. Lin Dongxue stepped back, keeping both the mother and son in her line of vision. Her balance was already a little shaken.
"Did you do it?" Lin Dongxue gritted her teeth and asked.
"I don't know what you’re talking about..." Wu Xu took a step forward.
Lin Dongxue fired a shot upwards towards the sky, and the sound of the gun frightened the passersby around them. Then, she pointed the muzzle at Wu Xu and shouted, "Don’t move!"
"I just want to help my mum up. Is that not allowed?"
"I told you not to move! Raise your hands!"
Wu Xu glanced at his mother who had fallen to the ground, then raised his hands with a contemptuous smile on his face.
The scene just then still caused Lin Dongxue to be terrified. If she had fallen victim to it, being taken hostage would be a trivial matter. The key thing was that this gun was filled with bullets. Who knows how many public safety incidents would be caused from it?
At this time, Lin Dongxue's cell phone rang. While she was a little distracted, Wu Xu made some small movements. Lin Dongxue fired several shots at the sky. On the one hand, it was to report the direction to get her colleagues’ attention. On the other hand, it was used to scare Wu Xu. “If you move again, I’ll shoot you.”
"You wouldn’t dare!" Wu Xu sneered. "I have dealt with the police too much. I know what you guys are like. Aren’t you afraid of going to jail if you shot and killed an unarmed suspect? A criminal police officer would be destined to die if they went to jail.”
Lin Dongxue said sadly, "You really disappointed me. I thought you had changed."
"Changed?!" Wu Xu gritted his teeth fiercely. "Did this society give me a chance? Let’s not talk about finding a job and being met with obstacles wherever I went. This society wouldn’t even accept me when I’m just collecting waste and broken objects. One time, in the communities I often frequented, the security guards wouldn’t let me in. I asked why and they wouldn’t say anything. I could only go to places that were far away to collect things. Then, I learned that the nearby police stations gave the community property managers a mention with "goodwill", saying that I was a prisoner just released and asking them to be careful! It’s so funny. Just so ridiculously funny. Didn't you guys say that you want to help me reform? As a result, did you even give me the tiniest bit of help when I walked out of prison? All I got was discrimination, disc
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