GS112Woman Grinder's Revenge
Golden Sun Films Distribution Ltd.
Cheung Chi Chiu
Tong Chun Chung, Charlie Cho,
This is a story happened in the Japanese-controlled Taiwan.
Lin Wen-shan was a honest and hard-working jinrikisha drawer who once got involved in a murder and felt agitated all day long. Chen Jehng-shyung, a proficient police official of integrity, confirmed that Lin was closely related to the case after he traced out some clues on the scene, and he arrested Lin immediately. Through further investigator he believed that Lin was just a victim framed by others, so he assured Mrs Lin that her husband would be set free days later. The moment who Chen was on the verge of finding out the real killer, he was ordered to transfer to another bureau, and his superior, director Mu-shiah, took over the case in place of him afterward. But Mu-shiah, on the other hand, to tortured Lin into confession with the result that a miscarriage of justice was established at last.
After put on trial, Lin became a death prisoner from a innocent civilian over one night. Learning the news, official Chan rushed back to defend Lin to director Mu-Shiah, yet with no result out of the lack of counter-evidence. However, with a cuff button found on the scene as the unique clue, Chen stood un-frustrated in pursuit of the real killer with the hope that Lin’s innocence could be justified before the date of execution. Finally he traced out Gau Hung-fur to be the most likely suspect.
But Mr Gau, a renowned and influential squire, was supported by director Mu Shiah whom he had bribed off. In this sense, Chen’s charge against him was rebuked by director Mu Shiah on the pretense of the insufficiency of evidence.