Hello Mr. Major General Chapter 1341 | han-wuji
What Gu Nianzhi did not know was that Cai Shengnan had received the news as soon as she had sent the inquiry email.
She was currently playing evening golf with a few friends at Xiangshan Golf Course on the outskirts of the imperial capital.
There were a few large patches of grass in the valley, and this grass was like green silk.
Like a brightly lit stadium, high-powered searchlights surrounded the grass, emitting light as white as snow and illuminating the entire valley. It was bright as day and the night sky seemed to be lit by a dozen little suns.
When she heard her phone ring, she took out her phone to take a look and immediately picked up the call. Holding the cue, she straightened her back. Her mood was exceptionally comfortable as she looked at the green grass and bright lights in front of her.
"Miss Cai, the other party has raised a question. They disagree with our choice of attorney for the prosecution," the person on the other end said in an embarrassed and anxious voice. Her voice was very low.
Cai Shengnan laughed happily when she heard this.
She opened her alluring mouth, revealing eight neat, snow-white teeth. She punched out her hands. "Well, its finally here. Ive been waiting for it!"
The other party: ""
"Dont be worried, I have my ways," Cai Shengnan laughed softly. She waved her arms and hit a very beautiful eagle.
"Miss Cai is not only a lawyer, but also an awesome golfer!"
"A politician who doesnt want to be a famous golfer is not a good lawyer!"
Her companions gave her thumbs up and praised her for her good shot.
Cai Shengnan casually put the golf club on her shoulder and smiled happily.
There were three types of golf goals: Birdie, Eagle, and Ace. The last was more commonly known as a "Hole in One" and was the best.
Eagle was considered the middle. It was not particularly good, but not bad either.
These people complimented her with the obvious intention of flattery. Even if it was only worth one point, they would make it seem like it was worth ten.
Under the bright lights, Cai Shengnans casual white golf skirt that was so short it barely reached the bottom of her thighs made her seem even taller, and her legs look even longer. Her waist was a little thick, but it was hard to tell against the slightly loose top.
It was rare to see a beautiful woman with talent and family background.
Therefore, everyone flattered her even more.
Cai Shengnan raised the golf club and waved it in the air. She smiled and said, "Carry on. I have something to do and need to work overtime so I cant accompany everyone. Heh, today will be on me. Charge this to my account and find my secretary to pay the bill."
She left the lighted golf course and returned to her villa.
Her villa was in Xiangshan, and it was only a few minutes drive away.
When she returned to her study, she did not even change her clothes and immediately turned on her computer to contact the Americans.
"Mac, do me a favour," Cai Shengnan said with a smug smile on her face. "Send something for me. Remember to use a proxy. Dont expose your IP address. Ill give you a Weibo account. Log in and post a Weibo message. Then, delete it at 8:30 tomorrow morning, domestic time. Remember to use a proxy IP!"
The person on the other side quickly sent a string of text: "Dont worry, leave it to me."
This was a Chinese hacker she had worked with in the United States. He was very skilled. Although he wasnt as skilled as the legendary Pink Piggy, he was still one of the best hackers in Europe and the United States. This Chinese hacker she had come into contact with, nicknamed Big Mac, was among the best.
After negotiating the price with Mac, Cai Shengnan paid the upfront fee before happily going to the bathroom to take a bath in rose essential oil.
She really liked the faint rose fragrance. It was like the natural scent of a virgin oozing off of her skin, just like the scent on Gu Nianzhis body. She could tell what brand of rose essential oil Gu Nianzhi used the moment she smelled it.
Lying in the bathtub, the fragrance was intoxicating.
Cai Shengnan looked at her hands expressionlessly. The corners of her lips curled up slightly. She wished to fight her?
Gu Nianzhi still had a lot to learn.
She had learned from her father that if a lawyer were to only look in the courtroom, then they were second-rate lawyers.
A first-rate lawyer had to have a holistic view of the whole situation. Not only did they have to look within the courtroom, but they also had to look at public opinion.
As long as they were not violating the law, it was the quality of a first-rate lawyer to take public opinion into consideration.
The next morning, Gu Nianzhi woke up in the guest house of the Xie family villa in the Western Hills.
The hexagonal window with the moon-white curtains cast a few slanted shadows of flowers. It was the shadow of a flowering tree planted under the steps of the bedroom door.
Gu Nianzhi did not recognize what kind of flower tree it was, but it looked absolutely beautiful when reflected on the curtains.
She lifted the misty bed curtains and enjoyed the natural beauty of this picturesque scene. She picked up her phone next to her pillow and began her morning routine.
After waking up every day, she would browse the internet and look at the weather and hot news. It had become a daily routine for many people.
As a new generation of cyber children, Gu Nianzhi naturally could not fall behind current trends.
When she opened Weibo on her phone, a flood of trending news filled her front page.
The retweets were taken screenshots of the same Weibo post with the title: "Torture Your Conscience!"
Then there was a row of small words: "Hurry up and look! I dont know when it will be deleted!"
Below that was a JPG screenshot of a few paragraphs written on the Notes app on her iPhone.
[I live in the Imperial City Procuratorates courtyard. I come in and out of here daily. I feel proud when I look at the national emblem on the Procuratorate Gate. Thanks to them, ordinary people like us can be protected from the invasion of the powerful!]
[In the end, when I was having dinner with a few buddies from the Procuratorate yesterday, I received a piece of shocking and infuriating news that almost made me breathless. I immediately felt like I was born to be a human. Im very sorry.]
[The cause of the incident was very simple. A family member of a high-ranking official in the military who worked for the law took a fancy to a poor descendant of a lonely martyr and thought of ways to seize his familys property.]
[Last year, she wanted to sue him for civil compensation, but the people from the Procuratorate blocked her from doing so, and did not file a case for her.]
[This year, she took it a step further and sued him for intentional murder!]
[Screw your intentional murder! Shes clearly living a good life, yet she insisted on suing him for intentional murder!]
[I heard that the family of the high-ranking military official once said that if they dont send this orphan girl to prison for the rest of her life, theres no way shes going to stop doing this!]
[This time, the Procuratorate couldnt take it anymore because a high-ranking military official was putting pressure, and in the end, they were forced to file a case. However, the Procuratorate, who still had a conscience, firmly excluded the family of this high-ranking military official from the prosecution lawyer, in order to help the descendants of the innocent martyrs who were violated.]
[In the end, the family of this high-ranking military official flew into a rage and directly ordered the prosecution office to get rid of her!]
[Does your husband know that the family of a high-ranking military official is so brutal?!]
There was also a screenshot next to the screenshot. It was actually the inquiry email that Gu Nianzhi had sent!
Of course, her email was incomplete. In fact, the beginning and the end had been cut off. Many normal queries had been erased, and only some sentences were highlighted. It made her queries look sharp and direct, and very impolite.
There were several hot topics that were mentioned in the Weibo post, such as "some high-ranking official in the military", "family members", "martyrs orphan", and "inheritance dispute", as well as "murder", "orphan", and other eye-catching hot topics.
Once it was posted, it was forwarded by a few micro bloggers and they angrily commented, "Is this world still fit for humans?!"
It was as if they had dug up a familys ancestral grave and cut off the familys only way of living. They would rather die and wait to be reincarnated instead.
Gu Nianzhi was so angry that she was trembling.
She would have never expected that the normal inquiry email that she had sent to the prosecutors office would be intercepted by someone with an ulterior motive. In addition, the other party had deliberately created a false rumor to mislead the situation. In an instant, she had become a "family member of a high-ranking military official", who had "tried to use her power to rob the deceased martyrs of their inheritance"!
On Weibo, many people took it at the face and did not care what the truth really was. In any case, they found a hot topic and couldnt wait to forward it. The "pill party" that had disappeared previously reappeared again.
When everyone woke up in the morning and saw this hot topic, and were ready to happily start a heated discussion, they quickly discovered that the original post on Weibo had already been deleted!
"F*ck! I was half-convinced at first, but now that the original Weibo Post has been deleted, I believe it now without a doubt!"
"+10086! I was half-convinced at first, but when I saw that the original Weibo post had been deleted, I immediately believed it!"
"If there was no such thing, why would you delete someone elses Weibo post?!"
"Did you guys notice that the blogger seems to be offline now he was online just now"
"Oh my God! Did the government order someone to go to that persons house and arrest him?!"
"I hate this country! Youre always confused about what is going and end up dying for no reason! Where is hope? Fufu, Im saving up so that I can migrate"
Gu Nianzhi was initially furious, but when she suddenly saw that the original Weibo post had been deleted and the direction of the comments on the original Weibo post had abruptly changed, she ended up laughing instead.
She instantly calmed down.
This wave of "post and then delete" of thieves calling for the thief to be caught. They were really playing it very well!
Did they really think that it would be fine as long as they deleted the Weibo post?
Putting aside the fact that they would be criminally liable for spreading rumors and reposting 500 Weibo posts, just the fact that the other party had even taken a screenshot of the inquiry email she had sent to the prosecutors office, and then reposted it showed that this matter was not that simple at all.
Even if Gu Nianzhi used her little toes to think, she could also easily figure out that this was the work of Cai Shengnan, Luo Jialans defense lawyer.
She had deliberately distorted the facts to create negative public opinion, in an attempt to use public opinion to pressure her into voluntarily giving up her position as the prosecutors lawyer.
This is because many Chinese people had the habit of punishing both the guilty and the innocent. Even if you were right, as long as the other party suffered a loss, you would still be guilty, and you would have to pay for it.
And because it involved the families of high-ranking military officials, in order to avoid suspicion, the military would also step in, in order to put pressure on her and prevent her from becoming the prosecution lawyer.
This was really "even if you really want to learn poetry, kung fu is beyond poetry".
The other party was certain that they were going to put double the pressure on her, so how could she not give up?!
Gu Nianzhi pursed her lips and smiled coldly.
Having a public opinion fight with her?
As a citizen of the online space, she would show her who was boss!