Gu Ning thought that it couldnt be a coincidence, so she thought this fortune-teller was very dangerous.
About 20 minutes later, Gao Yi was back.
The man Gao Yi followed went back home after he left the antique street.
He made a call and said everyone was fine in the Xiangyun Antique-store on the phone afterwards.
Except for that, he said nothing more.
Gu Ning realized that this man must have something to do with the evil blue and white porcelain.
However, it seemed this man was paid by someone else to cause Xiangyun Antique-store trouble.
When it was done, Gu Ning and her two bodyguards left.
It was time for lunch after they left the antique street, they went to dine together first before they went back to the company.
During the meal, Gu Ning received a call from Tang Quanjun.
He told her that the court would deal with this case at 2 pm that afternoon because Chang Bingjian already confessed to his crimes.
However, they needed the original of Chang Bingjians notebook, so he hoped that Gu Ning could give it to him.
Gu Ning agreed, and decided to meet him later.
If it was possible, she also wanted to sit in on the case.
It was 12:30 pm when Gu Ning finished lunch.
There was always a traffic jam in the capital, so Gu Ning set off right away to the court.
When Gu Ning finally arrived, it was only half an hour from the beginning of the trail.
She called Tang Quanjun the second she arrived.
Tang Quanjun said that he would come in a few minutes.
Gu Ning then waited for him at the parking lot.
A few minutes later, Tang Quanjun came and Gu Ning got out of her car with Qiao Ya, while Gao Yi stayed inside.
Right when Tang Quanjun was about to call Gu Ning, he saw her walking towards him.
“Hi, Miss Gu.” Tang Quanjun politely greeted Gu Ning.
He thought that it wasnt a bad thing if he could draw Gu Ning over to his side.
“Nice to see you again.” Gu Ning also smiled at him.
Gu Ning understood that Tang Quanjun must have learned a lot about her achievements from his attitude.
Without delay, she gave Tang Quanjun the original notebook.
“Miss Gu, thank you so much for your help, youve done a lot for us in this case,” Tang Quanjun said.
“I dont care about the credit, and I just hope those guilty people can be punished according to the law,” Gu Ning said.
She knew Tang Quanjun had support from other more important officials, because he alone couldnt handle it properly.
Gu Ning didnt mind it at all.
At the same time, she wanted to protect herself by hiding her effort in this case.
Even though the Chang family didnt stand out for Chang Bingjian this time, it wouldnt give up getting revenge on those who put him in jail.
If the Chang family found out that Gu Ning was also involved, she might be in trouble.
Xi Youheng actually already reported this case to Leng Yuanzhen, because Leng Yuanzhen had an important position in the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
When Leng Yuanzhen learned that Gu Ning had gotten Chang Bingjians notebook of bribery, he was astonished.
And although Leng Yuanzhen was aware of it now, he didnt tell anyone else, including Master Leng.
Leng Yuanzhen didnt tell Xi Youheng about Gu Nings relationship with the Leng family either, because it wasnt necessary.
“Its hot outside.
Lets get in now,” Tang Quanjun said.
“Sure.” Gu Ning agreed.
They walked into the court building and sat in the lounge.
“You can sit with me where the audience seats are, and you dont need to attend it yourself.
We have clear evidence about Chang Bingjians crimes, so itll be done today,” Tang Quanjun said.
“No problem.” Gu Ning nodded.
The Chang family didnt show up at the court, but Chang Bingjians family did.
His father, older brother, younger sister, wife, sister-in-law, and brother-in-law all came.
When they saw Tang Quanjun, they looked angry, because they blamed him for everything.
In their eyes, it was Tang Quanjun who put Chang Bingjian in jail.
The notebook was the key evidence in this case, and Tang Quanjun reported it to his leader without hesitation.
Chang Bingjian and Tang Quanjun were opponents in politics, so there was no reason for Tang Quanjun to hesitate to do that.
Actually, if Tang Quanjun was in trouble, Chang Bingjian would do the same thing to throw him in jail.
Luckily, Tang Quanjun was comparatively honest and upright.
There was no absolutely honest official in politics.
Sometimes, an honest official would be forced to take some gifts and do some favors for people.