The equipment used by the members of the special operations team was the most advanced, and the life detectors they used would not have any effect even on steel and concrete, and it was almost difficult to be interfered with artificially.
Plus there are dozens of well-trained police dogs on the scene, even if there are people hiding through a few walls, the dogs will still be aware of it.
So, this two-pronged approach could ignore almost any interference, and as long as Su Ruoli was still at Fei’s group headquarters, she would definitely be discovered.
But even with such advanced detection capabilities, he might still fail to discover Su Ruoli’s trail.
This made Li Yalin feel overwhelmed with surprise and at the same time, he couldn’t help but think of a question: had Su Ruoli escaped in advance?
But after thinking about it, he thought it was unlikely.
He had already moved very fast and had not given Fei Ke Xin the opportunity to inform him, so how could Su Ruoli have escaped so promptly?
The chief of the New York Police Department had also been on the edge of his seat by now, and none of the media reporters outside who had been identified and cleared for release had left, and were all on the scene for live coverage.
The discontent of the American public with the NYPD was growing stronger as the reports continued.
Although everyone knew that the NYPD was making such a big deal out of catching the killers of Fei Hoang and other scum.
The vast majority of the public, however, is relying on their own sense of right and wrong to judge the issue, and not from the perspective of justice.
If we look at the matter from a judicial point of view, then it is like Li Yalin, no matter how these people punish evil and promote good, they do not have the power to enforce the law, therefore, killing people without the power to enforce the law is an undeniable crime, and since it is a crime, they must be arrested and brought to justice.
However, the vast majority of New Yorkers and the American public are looking at this matter from a personal perspective of right and wrong.
In their eyes, Fei Hoang deserved to die and whoever killed them was a hero in the eyes of the people.
The fact that they have been able to do wrong for so long and plague so many innocent girls is itself a dereliction of duty on the part of the NYPD. Then since someone has done for the NYPD what they could not do, the NYPD should not bite down like a dog, but should reflect on why they have not been able to discover what these people like Fei Hoang have been doing, instead of focusing on catching those unsung heroes who have done good deeds.
This view of right and wrong among the American people is almost identical to that of Hollywood’s superhero-themed movies. In the eyes of the people, whether it is Spider-Man, Batman, Iron Man or The Flash, as long as they are capable, they should come forward to rid society of violence and peace, and as for what law enforcement powers are not, the people simply do not Care.
Therefore, what the NYPD is doing right now has caused great public anger, and the curses on the internet are getting louder and louder.
The mayor even personally called the police commissioner, asking them to immediately stop the blockade and search of Fei’s group, and at the same time give the public an explanation, telling them who they had blockaded Fei’s group to arrest and whether they had caught them.
The police chief’s head was as big as a bucket. After repeatedly confirming that the special operations team had found no trace of Su Ruoli, he immediately rushed into Li Yalin’s temporary command centre, pointed at his nose and cursed, “Pull everyone out immediately! In five minutes, you go and explain to the media the purpose and results of today’s operation!”