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Father-in-law killed son-in-law

Post by abbby » Tue, 22 Sep 2020 10:36 am

Most of us would feel sorry for the family of the father-in-law who killed his son-in-law who stole the company, took over their company share, sold it, betrayed his wife, had 2 children with his mistress.

Father-in-law was given 8 years of jail, but at least they no longer have a monster in their life.

The love of a father who would do this for his daughter, it's touching to read this story.
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Re: Father-in-law killed son-in-law

Post by PNGMK » Tue, 22 Sep 2020 8:19 pm

Father in law is a hero. He will be treated like royalty in Changi. He is what every Chinese TV series is about. There will be a movie made about this man in years to come. Hopefully an aged Jackie Chang plays the part of the father in law and someone like shutosh_Rana plays the SIL.

Also his dead pan look at the camera was perfect. Mess with me? I mess with you gundam.

"I can't sleep at night. I have done it. I have killed him. Don't cry. I am old already. I am not scared (of) going to jail,"

"What's done cannot be undone."

I should add that many locals friends have expressed frustration with the sort of shenangians Tuppani engaged in and would do the same.
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