Murder At The Intersection (Part 3, page 4 of 5)


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Part 3

Al was always into a get rich quick scheme of some kind. Old man Jennings even made the comment that he wished Paul was his son instead of the loser he had for one.Once he gambled all of his monthly trust money on a horse that was sure to win. Instead the horse came up lame during racing around one of the curves at the track and couldn't finish the race. Al was so mad at his father for not caving into him and giving him more money. Instead he made sure that he had food on his table and gas in his car.

Then made sure that amount was taken out of his next monthly trust account money before Al got one red cent of it .Al's girlfriend made sure that didn't happen again.Old man Jennings was glad that Al's mother was no longer living to see what kind of son Al had turned out to be. Al's trust fund came from her estate. Old man Jennings was rich in his own way but the business he inherited was her family's business which he built up. With Paul's help it would last another twenty years or so.

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