The Amazing Son-in-Law [The Charismatic Charlie Wade]

Chapter: 4709

At this moment, Mei Yuzhen just woke up in the car.

Man Jinshan and Man Yingjie took turns driving overnight, and only drove 1,000 kilometers. Now they are more than 2,000 kilometers away from the US-Mexico border.

According to Mei Yuzhen’s plan, she asked the two to drive all the way to El Paso, Texas, and then from here into Mexico by land.

Mei Yuzhen, who had been rocking in the car all night, was somewhat in a trance because she hadn’t slept well.

She suddenly recalled when she first came to America.

In the first two years of my arrival in the United States, although I used a fake identity, I was really conscientious.

Although the money I made at that time was far from being rich in the United States, since I was a nanny, my employer covered the board and lodging, so almost all the money I earned was sent back to my home intact. The foreign debt has also greatly improved the poor living conditions of the family.

But as Mei Yuzhen stayed in the United States for longer, she was subtly influenced by this materialistic society.

Gradually, she began to feel dissatisfied with her treatment of illegal immigrants.

In Chinatown at the time, there were two different situations for Chinese babysitters.

One is a nanny with legal status in the United States or a legal green card, while the other is a black nanny who is illegal immigrants and black in the United States like Mei Yuzhen.

The price of the former is generally half or more higher than that of the latter.

Sometimes, when the nanny meets with the nanny, and everyone talks about their situation, Mei Yuzhen will complain about her meager salary.

She always felt that her job content was exactly the same as others, and she did not cheat or cheat, so why should her salary be only 60% of others’ or even lower.

Therefore, she gradually developed resentment towards her employer’s family, and always felt that the other party was deliberately bullying and oppressing her, a poor woman who abandoned her husband and left her hometown.

However, Mei Yuzhen ignored a very simple reality. The reason why her employer took the risk of taking care of her, an illegal immigrant, was because the price of illegal immigration itself was relatively low.

Considering their own limited conditions, employers have to make such a choice.

If the price of two people is the same, all employers will not consider the latter.

Most illegal immigrants can also understand this truth, but Mei Yuzhen doesn’t think so.

She doesn’t realize the natural gap between herself and the legal nanny, she just keeps accumulating her own resentment in her heart, and even gradually rises to hatred.

In the third year of Mei Yuzhen’s arrival in the United States, a fire broke out in her employer’s house. The employer’s family killed three of them, a young couple in their thirties and their eldest daughter, who was five years old. Their youngest son, who was under a year old at the time, was missing in the fire.

The fire came from Mei Yuzhen’s hands.

After Mei Yuzhen set fire, she took her infant to another city in the United States.

With a middleman, she sold the child for $30,000 to a Chinese couple in their 40s who had been unable to have a child.

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