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( You Guys Won’t Be Able to Kill Me (7)

The author of the post claimed to be a policeman, and tipped-off that Xu Changzhi, arrested by ICAC, had been officially detained. ICAC was suing him for corruption, bribery, money-laundering as well as other charges.

This wasn’t the most shocking information. What surprised the public was during Xu Changzhi’s first deposition, he claimed that GK’s President, Qin Chu, ordered him to break the law.

The author even provided a recording of his deposition; although it only lasted less than a minute, it was indeed Xu Changzhi’s voice.

He said, “President Qin goaded me into doing all this.”

The policeman asked, “Which President Qin?”

He replied, “President Qin Junior.”

Without doubt, ‘President Qin Junior’ referred to Qin Chu…

After this recording was uploaded, the netizens went crazy.

They believed that if Qin Chu really had something to do with this incident and was officially charged for it, he might end up in jail.

– The First Hospital –

Some busybody from the company sent this forum post onto Qin Yumin’s phone.

Qin Yumin rarely read the news or even watched TV. He spent most of his time on bed rest, sometimes playing chess on his phone.

Upon reading the forum post, he trembled with anger…

“I’ve treated Xu Changzhi well over the years, how can he venomously slander my son like that! Chu’s only been back for a little over a year, why would he order him to do all this? I didn’t say anything when he bought a mansion in the States using the company’s money, so why would he conspire against Chu!”

“Yumin, calm down… what happened?” Mrs. Qin’s face was pale from freight.

“No, I need an explanation from him, how dare he defame my son… I’m going to tell the reporters that he’s lying, Chu’s not like that, he…” Agitated, Qin Yumin’s vision went dark as he fell unconscious onto his bed.

“Yumin, Yumin! Don’t scare me…” Mrs. Qin’s hands shivered; she immediately pressed the emergency button, and the doctors and nurses rushed him into the OR for emergency treatment.

After they pushed her husband away, Mrs. Qin called Qin Chu and Huo Mian, who arrived at the hospital 15 minutes later.

“Mom… how’s Dad?” Qin Chu asked anxiously as Mrs. Qin wiped away tears, “I don’t know yet, he’s still in the OR…”

Huo Mian handed her a tissue. “Mom, dad will be fine, don’t cry, you need to take care of yourself.”

After almost two hours, Dr. Liu walked out of the OR, looking exhausted.

Upon seeing Qin Chu and Huo Mian, he said, “If you don’t make a decision, it’ll be too late. Talk it over tonight and give me an answer tomorrow. Stop dragging this on.”

“What answer? What’s Dr. Liu saying?” Confused, Mrs. Qin glanced at her son and daughter-in-law.

Huo Mian looked at Qin Chu. “Honey… what do you think?”

Qin Chu remained silent; as a neurosurgeon, he was aware of his father’s current condition. He didn’t want the latter to undergo surgery because success rates were low. His father’s disease was different from Jing Zhixin’s accident. The latter formed a blood clot from a car accident, while his father had a tumor in his brain. If they attempted to remove it and the tumor spread, then there wouldn’t be anything that could save his father’s life.

In that case, he would rather his father undergo conservative treatment… but it didn’t seem like an option anymore…

“Mom… what happened to dad? He was fine this morning,” Huo Mian asked.

“He fainted after reading something on his phone…”

“What?” Qin Chu asked, and Mrs. Qin handed him Qin Yumin’s phone…

Upon seeing this, Qin Chu’s face darkened. “Asshole…”

The person who sent this post to Qin Yumin was a Xu Changzhi’s male assistant, a long-time employee of GK.

Why would he do something like this? Was he purposely digging his own grave?

“Chu, Mian, are the two of you hiding something from me? What was your dad’s diagnosis, hm?” Mrs. Qin finally felt like something was wrong; what Dr. Liu said just now and her son and daughter-in-law’s expressions terrified her.


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