She Becomes Glamorous After The Engagement Annulment - Chapter 475 - I Got You!

Chapter 475 - I Got You!

Chapter 475 I Got You!

Elaine stopped in her tracks. As she cursed in her heart, she tried hard to squeeze out a smile. She turned back and looked at Nora. She smiled and said, “That’s true. I was wrong this time. If you hadn’t taken the corpse in time, I’m afraid, I would have really destroyed the evidence! It’s my mistake. I was wrong. Captain Ford, when I go back, I will submit a report for inspection. Is that okay?”

She was indeed a smart person.

Nora curled her lips disdainfully.

A mistake at work should not have been aggressive, but the nature of Elaine’s mistake was too evil. She must have not found out the real cause of Hillary’s death back then and wanted to hide the fact that she had not been treating her well. That was why she had pushed all the blame onto Tanya!

How could she forgive such a person?!

Nora did not wait for Morris to speak and said, “Can it really be just as simple as losing your job?”

Elaine had already scolded Nora’s ancestors in her heart, but she still looked apologetic. She smiled bitterly and said, “My medical skills are not good enough. I couldn’t tell.”

“It’s not that you’re not good at medicine.”

Nora suddenly spoke.

Elaine heaved a sigh of relief. She felt that the other party was still sensible and knew to give her some face. She was about to smile and agree when she heard Nora’s next words. “You have a bad character.”

Elaine: “!?!”

She suddenly looked at Nora. “Miss Smith, I don’t understand what you mean. My character is bad because I made a mistake? Can you guarantee that all the other autopsy reports have been perfect? Have there been no misjudgments since ancient times?!”

“I can’t.”

Nora replied calmly, “But it was a deliberate misjudgment.”

Elaine narrowed her eyes. “I don’t know what you’re talking about!”

“Then we’ll be more direct.” Nora glanced at Brenda after saying that.

Brenda: “…”

Alright, since her sister-in-law did not want to talk, it was her turn. She coughed lightly and said, “You were eager to close the case and seek benefits!”

Elaine bit her lip. “I admit that I wanted to close the case, but I won’t admit that I was anxious for credit! I made a mistake in this case, but I didn’t do it on purpose!” “Oh?”

Brenda tilted her head. “Then why did you want to burn the corpse as soon as possible?”

Elaine: “…Because, because it’s summer now, I was worried that the corpse would start rotting!”

Brenda laughed. “There are freezers in the morgue.”

Elaine swallowed again. “But Ms. Tanya had already confessed. This case could have been closed. Why would I still keep the corpse?”

“You’re wrong.”

Brenda’s gaze suddenly became sharp. “The case had never been solved. You’re no longer neglecting your duty. You’re profaning your position! You used your identity to dispose of the corpse so that we wouldn’t find anything unusual!”

Elaine still wanted to say something when Brenda suddenly smiled. “Of course, this might not be because of your selfishness. There’s another possibility.”

Elaine heaved a sigh of relief. “What possibility?”

“Maybe you’re in cahoots with the person who poisoned Hillary Jones!” With that, Brenda suddenly covered her mouth and pretended to be surprised. “Ah, I didn’t expect you to be a spy for the other party, Elaine.”

With that, she looked at Morris. “Captain Ford, shouldn’t such a person be arrested quickly and interrogated properly? She’s too suspicious!” When Morris heard this, he looked at Elaine cooperatively.

Elaine: “!”

The cases that the Special Case Departments handled were all major cases. In fact, Morris had the right to capture her first and report later! And criminals who could be arrested by him could be interrogated using special methods. It was completely different from other departments.

The moment Elaine thought of the Special Investigation Department, she instantly shuddered and shouted, “I didn’t!”

Brenda stared at her, still smiling. “Then how do you explain why you were in such a hurry to burn the evidence?”

How could she explain…

Elaine knew what was important!

Of course, it was to seek benefits!

At least that would save her life!

Elaine was forced to admit her mistake. “…I was wrong! I couldn’t find the cause of Hillary Jones’ illness when I was treating her. In the end, she died. I didn’t want to be accused of having poor medical skills. Coincidentally, Ms. Tanya had given her a hallucinogen, so I pushed all the blame to her! I was anxious to burn the corpse because I was afraid that Miss Smith would discover something!”

The reporters below were in an uproar.

At this moment, the truth was out.

Everyone aimed their cameras at Elaine and took photos. Brenda took the opportunity to smile. “Dear reporter friends, you can report her for defamation, but don’t report anything on our department – We’re the confidentiality department. If we appear in your reports, I’ll… find all of you for a date and tea.”

When she said this, her tone was ambiguous, but everyone understood the threat in her words.

Therefore, all the reporters promised, “No, no, we will only clear Ms. Tanya’s name. We will not report your department’s case!”

“That’s good. You guys are really a bunch of cuties.”

Brenda’s gaze landed on the handsome photographer in the first row. Then, she quickly looked away and at Elaine without any reluctance. “And you, do you know what to do?”

Elaine: “…What do I do?”

Brenda: “Omg, why are you so stupid? How can you have a boyfriend like this? You’ve already admitted your mistake. Why don’t you hurry up and write a report? Then wait for the higher-ups to handle this!”

This handling… was at least a suspension!

Elaine clenched her fists in anger. In the end, she could only nod. She gritted her teeth and looked at Nora. “Okay, I’ll write a report!”

After the reporters and Elaine left in a hurry, Nora took out her phone and took a look. Her last message to the other party was: “If anyone beside me loses a single hair, I will make your organization barren!”

After a minute, the other party sent her another message.

[I’ve investigated what it means to be barren, but there’s no grass where our organization is!)

Nora: “??”

Was there something wrong with this person’s brain?

As she was thinking, the other party sent another message. (You didn’t burn the corpse. I finally understand. You’ve been scheming against me all along! You were waiting for me to contact you and then seize the opportunity to arrest me! Unfortunately, I have many people protecting me. You can’t catch me!]

Nora narrowed her eyes and typed a reply: “I’ve already caught you.”