"What did you say to that son of a b*tch? Why the sudden change in his attitude?" Hans wondered.
"Well, I got some dirt on him from Rose, and so I used it," Li Du said with a relaxed smile.
Hans pondered this for a while and said, "I must say that his apology really made me feel good, but Li, this is unfair to Rose. She trusted you with that information; maybe you should have just left it a secret."
"It's nothing, really."
"Then tell me about it. I will broadcast it to the whole city of Flagstaff!"
When both of them arrived at the police station's garage, a white man greeted them. "Good morning, are both of you the owners of the mammoth ivory?"
The well-dressed white man was in a full business suit. He seemed to be around fifty years of age and wore a pair of gold-rimmed glasses.
"Oh, yes, but we do not need a lawyer now, thank you," said Hans.
"I'm not a lawyer," the white man smiled.
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