n’t have married me…”


Saying this, Wang Xiuqin’s expression suddenly became tender.
Gu Xizhou saw that she had become sad, but he didn’t have the time to comfort her.
Since so many people said that the relationship between those two people were very good, then why after Jia Wen’s death, did Yang Zhi suddenly start to inflict domestic violence on Yan Li, and why did Yan Li tolerate it all with a swallow of her breath?


Regardless of whether this case has anything to do with case 819, but the breakdown of the relationship between the two people must definitely be related to the burglary and murder case 819!


Before leaving, Gu Xizhou glanced back at Wang Xiuqin, “Back then, did you suspect that it was an acquaintance who had committed the crime?”



Wang Xiuqin waved her hand.
“How could we not, when you police suspected everyone at least once! At that time, I also suspected Yang Zhi and Yan Li.
My house did have their fingerprints, but they were left when my husband invited them over to eat just two days ago, so that wasn’t surprising.”


“Was there a witness?” Gu Xizhou asked strangely.


Wang Xiuqin: “No, but my husband sent me a WeChat, and told me.”


Wang Xiuqin and her daughter were out of town on that day, thus escaping danger.
Gu Xizhou had etched the news introduction into his memory, and nodded faintly, before asking Wang Xiuqin for her daughter’s phone number.


Wang Xiuqin’s daughter was working, and couldn’t casually leave.
Gu Xizhou and Fang Zhi drove to the entrance of her company and acted like they were waiting for a secret signal on the streets. 


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Jia Min, 24 years old, a white-collar worker in a foreign company.
She was young and pretty, and had a nice body.


Fang Zhi saw Jia Min and felt stunned.
“This girl is really the biological daughter of that big sister earlier?”


Gu Xizhou glared at him, and opened the door for Jia Min to sit in the front.
“Sorry for bothering you.”


Jia Min made an affirmative noise.
“Just now, my mom called and told me on the phone.
The uncle and aunt next door had a pretty good relationship.
Back then, I was still studying, but because of my family’s relationship with them, we often ate together during the holidays.”


“Anyways, I think they had a good relationship.”



Jia Min opened the door and walked out, but she barely took two steps before suddenly frowning and returning to the car, knocking on the window.


“Miss Jia, did you think of something?”


Jia Min opened her mouth.
“I don’t know how to say this, but once on National Day, I went home one day in advance and saw Aunt Yan at my house.
My dad came out and said she came over to borrow salt because she had forgotten to buy it.”


“Why do you find this strange?”


Jia Min: “One floor below my house, when you went over today, you must have seen it.
Some family opened up a grocery shop downstairs, right? That shop has been open for over three years, and it’s in the same apartment building.
How troublesome would it be to take the elevator down to buy some salt? I was a little skeptical at the time, and I even told my mom, hoping that she would pay more attention to my dad.”


“But she didn’t find anything.
I also think that maybe it was good that nothing happened.
With how much my mom loved my dad, if my dad really cheated, she would be incredibly sad.” Jia Min shook her head.
“I’ve asked her to move in with me, but she just refuses to leave… Ai…”


After Gu Xizhou and Fang Zhi sent Jia Min off, they contacted the police officer who had been responsible for case 819 and soon saw all the collected evidence.
Yang Zhi and Yan Li were under heavy suspicion, but because of the male owner’s WeChat that proved their invitation over to the house, those fingerprints couldn’t be counted as evidence.


“Call Yan Li to the police bureau.”


As soon as Gu Xizhou said those words, he heard Fang Zhi ask him: “Gu Ge, are you going to bluff her to try and draw out information?”


Gu Xizhou: “En…” Actually, I didn’t even think about doing that… Comrade Xiao Fang, you really are such a clever spirit!



As soon as Yan Li arrived, Gu Xizhou winked at Fang Zhi and let him go ahead.
Fang Zhi was eager to try it out, and Gu Xizhou watched him slap the materials down on the table the moment he entered, scaring Yan Li who sat on the opposite side!


“Comrade Police… what happened? I…” Yan Li’s voice was a little nervous.

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Fang Zhi detailed the investigation to her in a flat tone: “After police investigation, we’ve discovered that you have often been beaten and abused by your husband in the past three years, but according to our understanding, three years ago, your relationship was very close and harmonious, and was an exemplary couple.”


“And all these changes started right after the death of your neighbour Jia Wen three years ago.
We have enough evidence.
Do you have anything else you want to say?”


Fang Zhi rapped his knuckles against the table, his voice calm and cold, and exuded an aura of confidence.
It really could fool someone.


“This kid is quite capable, following in Leader Gu’s footsteps, this acting is pretty good!”


Yan Li’s psychological defence line was very fragile.
It might be due to the unrest in her heart stemming from her torture over Jia Wen’s death, and it might be due to the constant beatings from her own husband, but after hearing Fang Zhi’s words, she quietly burst into tears.


“You already know… yes… it was my husband who murdered him accidentally.
I really didn’t intend to do anything with him, when I realised I felt a little ambiguous towards him, I knew I was in the wrong and I couldn’t let my husband down… but I just couldn’t resist…”


“My husband was out on a business trip that day, and his wife and daughter were traveling abroad.
He wanted me to go to his house and… But my husband ended up coming back that day, he, he only wanted to give me a surprise, so he came back earlier… Later, he discovered my affair with Jia Wen.
It was Jia Wen who acted first.
He took the knife, and when they were fighting, an accident occurred…”


“Jia Wen died like that…”



“But why did Jia Wen send that WeChat to Wang Xiuqin?” The policeman outside asked questioningly.
This case was quite sensational at the time.
There were no fingerprints on the knife, but the deceased’s house had these two people’s fingerprints.
It was because of the WeChat message that Yang Zhi and Yan Li’s fingerprints couldn’t be used as evidence.


Xiang Yuan, who had rushed over to join the commotion: “Jia Wen told Wang Xiuqin that it was the pair of husband and wife who had come over to eat, not Yan Li alone.
He ended up saying that and also to reassure his wife.”


As Yan Li spit out the details of the case three years ago, the entire police bureau inhaled sharply.


This Jia Wen really dug his own grave.
For the sake of spending a night with Yan Li without arousing suspicion, he prepared three copies of everything that night, resulting in the police having to accept Yan Li and Yang Zhi’s excuse that they drank at his house before returning to their house with diminished mental cognition.


That floor was just an old residential area with one pair of stairs, two flats, and no surveillance.
There was no suspicion for the crime, and thus the two were so foolishly let go. 


Later, the two of them used the excuse of being afraid to move away, and from then on, lost contact with Wang Xiuqin’s family.
The case of 819 then became an unsolved case.


“Notify the person in charge of case 819, and call to notify the relevant family members…” Gu Xizhou glanced at the weak woman who was crying inside the interrogation room.


Quite a few people didn’t expect that such a lucky shot could actually break through a case that had gone unsolved for three years and were clicking their tongues in wonder.
Then, Gu Xizhou’s phone suddenly rang.
As he picked it up to answer, he said to the colleagues around him: “The murderer who killed the deceased Yang Zhi has surrendered himself…”

soya: i just want to say, this was totally unexpected, and Yang Zhi’s murderer is also totally unexpected

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