#137: Chinese Student Murdered In Japan & Exposed The Darkest Side Of Humanity (Case of Jiang Ge)
It’s a tale as old as time. A farmer was walking his fields one cold winter when he spotted a snake. The snake was frozen stiff from the cold.The farmer knew the snake to be deadly but he couldn’t help himself. He scooped it up and put it in his jacket to warm it up.Slowly the snake woke up and gathered enough strength to look up at the kind man who saved him… and bit him. The ultimate betrayal.But we know snakes are cold-blooded. Humans are different - we would never do such a thing to someone who saved our lives. Or would we?Full Source Notes: rottenmangopodcast.com
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