g her bloody stomach.
There was a hole in her abdomen, still expanding little by little.
Inside, blood and intestines were spilling all over the floor.

“Sister Min! What’s wrong!?” Su Rong ran over in a panic, trying to help Min Jingyi cover her stomach.
The white intestines were soaked in blood, still writhing slightly.
When she went to block them, they felt wet and hot, the steaming feeling rushing straight into her palms.

But even this was useless.
Her breath of life was gradually drained as the hole in her tummy grew in size.

“Help me! Help me! It hurts so much!” Min Jingyi sobbed, her forehead drenched in sweat.
Her expression was fierce because of the severe pain, but her voice shrank smaller and smaller.

The others also rushed over and stood next to Min Jingyi, unable to do anything.

Wang Jianguo made a sudden discovery.
“Look at her stomach.
It seems to have been bitten open by something.”

Su Rong took a closer look.
Sure enough, there were teeth marks around the edges of her abdomen, as if something bit her stomach open bit by bit.
Just, the teeth marks were not human.
More similar to animals with sharp fangs.

Wait? Sharp fangs?

Su Rong suddenly recalled something, turning her head sharply to look at Huang Tao.
“Did you just feed Sister Min expired food?”

“Huh? What are you talking about?” Huang Tao looked anxious and seemed to be heartbroken for Min Jingyi, but still replied, “Wasn’t it you who gave those potato chips to Sister Min?”

She didn’t expect Huang Tao would retaliate.
Su Rong immediately looked toward Min Jingyi, hoping she could prove her innocence.

However, unknown if it was fate, Min Jingyi happened to pass out at this time.

Looking at the wound that was impossible to treat, everyone knew that Min Jingyi would never wake up again after falling asleep.

But no one had time to grieve for her.
Everyone’s eyes were on Su Rong and Huang Tao.

It was obvious one of them told a lie.
And the one who lied was the murderer who killed Min Jingyi!

“Rong Rong, why are you framing me?” Huang Tao’s face was desperate with grief, her eyes red and bursting into tears.
“I thought we were friends.”

The truth was, even if Su Rong didn’t know the truth, she would not be tricked by her.
Her expression was wrong.
A person’s first reaction to a false accusation should be surprise, not sadness like hers.

And the reaction was too fast.
If she was really framed suddenly, she should have been taken back for a moment instead of instantly crying and refuting.

Unfortunately, she wasn’t currently a judge, but a plaintiff facing the other side in court.

“You’ve been polluted by “Him” in the clothes area already, haven’t you? The rules in the clothing section are simply wrong.” Su Rong regretted she did not directly expose Huang Tao before, though she had no evidence at the time.
Though even if she did, no one would necessarily believe it.

“Sister Min and I had already discovered this problem, but we lacked the evidence to expose you.
I didn’t expect you to kill Sister Min like this.”

“I didn’t! Everyone knows I have a good relationship with Sister Min, right? Don’t talk nonsense just because Sister Min is unconscious!” Huang Tao showed an angry expression, making her red eyes as cute as a rabbit which easily aroused a desire to protect in others.

Zhao Peng was the one who was hooked.
“Huang Tao is so timid, I don’t think she would do that kind of thing.
Su Rong, on the other hand, doesn’t behave like an 18-year-old schoolgirl at all, don’t you think?”

At that, Su Rong’s heart sank.
Transmigrating into another body had really left a hidden danger for herself.
Her identity as a detective was already so far from that of a good schoolgirl.
She had to pay more attention to playing her role next time.

If there was a next time.

Just when she was thinking about how to survive this situation, Wang Jianguo suddenly opened his mouth.

“I trust Su Rong.”

The sound made everyone look at him.

Wang Jianguo continued to explain to Zhao Peng.
“When we left, what Su Rong secretly whispered to me was not asking to find sanitary napkins, but telling me not to go to the clothing area.”

“It turned out to be like this?” Zhao Peng was not a fool.
Once he thought about it, he understood.
If she had said this before, then what she claimed just now was in line with what was already established.
In other words, Su Rong didn’t lie.
The one who lied could only be Huang Tao.

Su Rong didn’t expect her momentary kindness before would become a life-saving straw to her now.

Among all the harmony, only Huang Tao’s expression was cloudy and uncertain.
Her foot moved slightly outward.

Su Rong, who had been diverting some of her energy towards Huang Tao, noticed this keenly and immediately shouted, “She’s trying to run! Catch her!”

Wang Jianguo immediately stepped forward and clutched Huang Tao’s wrist with one hand.
Zhao Peng also tactfully found a thick hemp rope from the shelf.
The two of them worked together to tie up the struggling Huang Tao.

Wiping off his unnecessary sweat, Zhao Peng spat, “This little girl, almost tricked me! What should we do now? Throw her outside?”

“Leave her here.
Maybe she is moderately contaminated.
She can still be saved.” Wang Jianguo looked at the pleading Huang Tao, sighing.

Although she had just killed a person, she should be punished by the law, not them.
Wang Jianguo firmly believed in this.

Zhao Peng frowned, thinking this guy was a real “holy father” type.
But he didn’t refute, just stretched his waist.
“Now we should be safe for the time being……”

Before he finished speaking, the lights in the daily living area suddenly went out.

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