Although there is already a considerable amount of evidence at this time, whether it is suicide or homicide can only be determined after a trial by a judge. Before announcing the ending, let's talk about how people at that time viewed the case. shutterstock_357089636 Photo Credit: shutterstock.com/Dazhi Image Interlude beyond murder As mentioned earlier, in Taiwan in the 1950s, young women were adopted and bought and sold everywhere.
Their fate was like duckweed, wherever they floated. Chen Jinxiu died alone in such a tragic situation. When the news of her death came out, many old picture restoration people were filled with righteous indignation, which also put the Chen family under great pressure. When Zhang Luo Chen Jinxiu's funeral, the reporter at the time even observed that the Chen family also bought the best and largest coffin in Hsinchu City for Chen Jinxiu.
And when the adoptive father Chen Ding was about to set up the mourning hall and ran to develop Chen Jinxiu's photos, he was surrounded by angry people: "Hurry up and hand over the photos of Cai Meidie. We want the public to know what a woman who abuses her adopted daughter looks like." There were even enthusiastic people who acted as Conan (there was no keyboard at that time), and found a group photo of the public sale party party on the night of the incident: "There is no Cai Meidie and Chen Chuanzhou in the photo, they must have sneaked home and killed people."