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Chapter 37 Conflict
“The end of the year is near, for now, Shane is in Faye Buckley’s hand, she has the advantage, so she will not act rashly. But you have to remember, no matter how Candace provokes you, you must stay calm. As long as we get through these few days and wait for a person to return, after that, things will be better.”
“Wait for a person? Who?”
“Max.” Tina says calmly. “Max Sweeney.”
San Diego Police Department jail.
Shane McCutcheon sits quietly, the place she was being imprisonment is in a jail box with all four sides uncovered, located in the middle of the entire prison, where everyone can see her directly without any obstruction.
Wounds and blood cover her face, her dark hair is messy, also dripping water, the hints of being tortured were nowhere to be hidden. Those people from the FBI showed no mercy to the suspect, they beat her hard, tempting to crush her will. If it were not for Senator Faye Buckley’s order, she could be unconscious.
However, those people underestimated the brunette strength, being just like Tina, Shane McCutcheon has the unusual persistence and determination, even if she’s beaten up badly, her eyes would shine brightly.
Her eyes won’t lose their lucidity until the day she’s no longer opening them.
“She’s still hanging.” A prison guard whispers to his partner.
“Yeah, creepy, huh?”
“How could she not fall after all these tortures?”
“Who knows? Maybe people who came out from the Cooper organization has become a vampire?”
Two prison guards both look at the brunette at the same time, secretly astonished by the stubborn woman.
They’ve seen multiple interrogations, there were people who couldn’t endure the unethical way of torment, most of the people confess their crime as soon as they knew what was coming for them, and of course, there were people who unwilling to say anything, eventually died under the cruel beaten…But this woman’s case? It was the very first time they’ve seen someone taking all the interrogation without falling down.
Shane McCutcheon is not a normal person.
“What are you doing?”
A very stern voice comes out behind the other side of the wall, two guards instantly stand straight.
“Sir.” One of the guards says sheepishly.