The Villainess of the Mary Sue Novel - Chapter 41
Today, a big event happened in Kuroveld. The people of the Provisional Self-Government caught Haya, because he beated a worker to death, and held a public trial meeting today.
This was something new. After so many years, Haya had not been punished by law for killing civilians. People close to Kuroveld rushed to witness this novel scene.
At noon, the sun was so high that on the high platform, Haya, who had committed a crime, knelt on the platform, bound and tied, and there were onlookers under the platform. Several legal advisers acted as judges and read out his indictment. Several Haya stood on the pavilion in the distance and watched the unbelievable scene unfold before their eyes.
“What should I do?” Ziramuel looked at the high platform anxiously.
“Don’t worry, he’ll be fine, it’s just going through the motions to fool those untouchables.” An older Haya said disdainfully. “We are the cornerstone of the country and they won’t touch us. I’ve seen this happen many times.”
“…The above are the charges of the defendant Zatila Mudessola. According to the “New Pashlick Law”, you are hereby sentenced to death and as a compensation to the victim’s relatives, execute it immediately!” The judge finally read out.
“I’m not convinced! That’s just a pariah!” Haya, who was kneeling on the ground, retorted in horror.
“No one can disobey the authority of the law, whether civilians or Haya, execute him!”
“No! No! I have money, I can…” Before Haya could finish speaking, he was shot dead by the wolf pack’s security guard with a bullet to the back of his head.
The loud gunshots reverberated throughout the square, and after the sound dissipated, the square fell silent. Everyone was silent, and everyone couldn’t believe this scene.
The Haya were stunned, and the old Haya didn’t say a word earlier.
Didn’t you say it was just a show?
Haya’s skull had been opened in front of them, is this a show?
For a time, everyone was shocked.
As for civilians..
“Long live the law!”
All the civilians cheered. Hearing the loud cheers that echoed like a tide, Ziramel suddenly fell into a state of panic, and a kind of fear that penetrated deep into the soul began to engulf his rationality.
“What is the status of the job I asked you to do?” Ziramel, who had returned home, quickly asked his housekeeper.
“My lord, I’m sorry, the people of the interim government have caught the channel, and they have also established an efficient plan. The oil and water we can get… is very little.”
“Damn it!” Ziramel exclaimed angrily. At that moment, he saw a few boxes of jewellery and money in the living room, and asked suspiciously, “What’s going on?”
“It was sent by the interim government, and since Mudessola had no relatives, his estate was confiscated.”
“Wait, did the other Haya also receive it?” Ziramel grasped the point.
It’s over… Ziramel thought with a pale face.
Sure enough, the group of short-sighted idiots successfully fell silent after accepting some petty profit.
“Damn it, if we let the people of the provisional government go, we’re going to die sooner or later! That’s the only way to do it…”
“Rebel troops?” Andre asked.
“Yes, according to the information of the regional representative, there are traces of rebel activities in many places, and the official Phitia government has approved us to use force,” The government representative said.
“…” Everyone was silent after hearing this, and then looked at a person who had been doing nothing recently – a military adviser.
Seeing that everyone’s eyes were focused on him, he finally thought he had something to do, and he analysed energetically, “There are generally several situations in the activities of the rebels. One, the local opposition. Second, the thugs born after the war. Third, biolent terrorists who are taking advantage of the dishevel. Fourth, the support of foreign forces. Fifth, there are all four of the above. In the case of Pashlick, I personally think this possibility is a little more likely.”
“You mean, what we need to face is an army that is well-equipped, well-trained, and may even have firm beliefs,” Andre said with a gloomy expression.
“Yeah, so I suggest asking the League of Nations for help, and request them to send a joint force to keep the security, thus giving us time to train locals to form a self-defence force to stay on ground,” the military adviser said.
“How much time is required?”
“About three months,” The military advisor said after thinking for a moment. “First train a battalion. It will take three to four months for them to have basic combat capabilities.”
“As soon as possible, time waits for no one.”
“By the way, there is one more thing, it’s about the eldest miss,” Saying that, the political adviser showed a bitter expression. “She has a unique perspective on local education…”
“She printed a batch of extracurricular reading material and put them in the school for free for students and teachers to study.”
“I’ll ask her, now, let’s end the meeting.”
After the meeting, Andre found Mo Yanqiu.
“Boss, I heard that you hired someone to print
a batch of reading materials.”
“Yes, that was written alone.” Mo Yanqiu stopped writing and closed the draft. Andrei glanced at the cover, and said, “Boss, what you have done may lead to our failure in this area.”
“Andre, please believe in me, it will make us more supportive of the people.” Mo Yanqiu stood up and said. After receiving the neuro transformation, her memory had also improved.
“I’ll just spread the necessary knowledge, and it’ll be great for us,” she said. “About the rebels… the situation is okay, right?”
“Don’t worry, boss, the security force still has the ability to cope with the bunch. It doesn’t hinder our next plan.”
“That’s good.” Mo Yanqiu stretched and looked at the scenery outside the window.
It was a bright morning sun.
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