Chapter 6: This Is Hell’s Kitchen

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Jessica’s strength surprised everyone, and Foggy shrunk his neck back in horror. Thinking that he always teased Jessica, this seemingly harmless little girl, his neck began to feel sore. If she were to come at him for a round, he would have to be put into a coffin and be buried in the soil.

The middle-aged policeman, Michael, rubbed his ribs with a wry smile as if recalling something bad.

Natasha was even more surprised, she never thought that a little girl would have such great power. Being able to leave a palm print on such a sturdy table was not something that anyone could do.
At least she had never seen somebody who can do this with just their body alone in S.H.I.E.L.D.. Without a weapon, she was a little stunned for a while, not knowing how to deal with it.

The door of the restaurant was pushed open the next moment, and a middle-aged man in a suit and leather shoes walked in from the outside, with a slightly balding head, a smile, and a gentle temperament. The sincere smile gave people a great impression.
The middle-aged man walked to the bar with a smile, nodded to Alvin, and said apologetically, “I’m sorry for causing you trouble.
My name is Phil Coulson, S.H.I.E.L.D.
agent.” He turned to Natasha, “Agent Romanova, I’m sorry that there was a problem with our information.
It was outdated information for nearly a year ago, and the Purple Man is no longer here.
But you still have to go back and file a report with headquarters explaining your misconduct today.”

Natasha’s face was cold, she nodded without speaking, turned, and walked towards the door of the restaurant.
She didn’t want to stay here for a minute longer.

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Alvin looked with ridicule at the always smiling nice guy in front of him, the glue of the Avengers, Agent Phil Coulson.

“Why, do you think that you can show off your might here, and settle it so easily? I have to remind you that this is Hell’s Kitchen, the Peace Restaurant, and no one can do wrong here without paying the price, just leaving whenever you want.”

As soon as Alvin finished speaking, Natasha, who was at the door of the restaurant, screamed and was knocked in, with her legs crossed inelegantly, and fell to the ground. Sol, the black giant wolf, grinned and roared at her.

Coulson quickly turned around and pointed his gun at Sol. The other giant wolf, Dom, entered from the door, circled around the base of the wall, and came to Coulson’s side, showed his teeth, and let out a low growl.

“Mr.
Ye, you have to consider it carefully.
Have you thought about the consequences of attacking a S.H.I.E.L.D.
agent??” The smile on Coulson’s face disappeared, but he didn’t appear very scared, just waving his muzzle, pointing to the two giant wolves, and calmly questioning Alvin.

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Alvin smiled and didn’t answer him, “I have surveillance and recordings here, which clearly record how this Agent Natasha abused her power to threaten a legitimate citizen.
And you, Agent Coulson, came in and want to end this matter with just an apology.
I’m afraid that you are wrong.” Then he turned to Matt, “Matt, what will happen if I sue them about this matter?”

Matt took a slow sip of lemonade and said, “You can sue them for abusing their power, threatening and intimidating the people, and now you can add one more, intimidating citizens’ pets with guns.
The result is that these two agents will lose their jobs and S.H.I.E.L.D.
will need to provide an explanation to the public for this matter.
Why can they carry out their tasks without regard to the safety of ordinary people? And when the people refuse, they can abuse their power.
Well, maybe you can even get some financial compensation.” Matt’s words let Jessica applaud, she was now full of hostility toward the perverted organization that wanted to recruit the Purple Man.

Matt’s words made Coulson sweat.
This seasoned agent was not afraid of dangerous criminals, but he was helpless in the face of a lawyer like Matt, especially when he had no advantage in reason and strength.

Coulson, who was at a disadvantage, still behaved calmly, and did not argue with Matt, but said softly: “So, Mr.
Ye, what does it take for you to forgive my colleague’s impulsiveness? She has also shed blood and been injured for this country.
I think you should know about this, Mr.
Ye.”

Alvin waved Sol and Dom back to the door, poured another glass of beer, waved at Coulson, and said, “You’re right, I picked her up from the water at the beach last week and called an ambulance for her.” Coulson, who thought the atmosphere had calmed down, put away his pistol, sat in front of the bar, and took a sip of beer.

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“The ambulance and the medical expenses paid in advance are a total of $2,000.
Matt, write it down please, I want them to pay me back together.” After Alvin finished speaking, Coulson almost spat out a sip of beer, but he didn’t expect that one more sentence would return him $2,000 in extra trouble for himself.

“Oh, by the way, Foggy, you told me, that you know people in the media.
Call them over, they should be interested in how S.H.I.E.L.D.
works.
And this matter counts as a commission, your law firm can take 20% of the compensation as the commission fee.” Alvin smiled and nodded to Foggy, who was eager to work.

“20% is too little.
How about 50%? It’s still a bit risky for us to fight against S.H.I.E.L.D.” Foggy bargained with a mischievous smile.

“40%, it can’t be more than that.
Your efforts will determine the quality of the kindergarten facilities on the street corner and the quality of the hired teachers.” Alvin decided.

Foggy saluted a Patton-style military salute excitedly, and said, “Understood, I will inform the media.
Alvin, you are a good person, hence, I have decided to donate half of the income from this order to the kindergarten as well.” He took out his phone to dial.

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Coulson was really panicking now.
When have they encountered such a situation in the past? When the agent performed the mission, there were civilians who did not want to cooperate, but now they want to sue S.H.I.E.L.D.? This also needs to be lawful?

Foggy hurriedly stopped the call, and the shrewd Coulson glanced at the phone number, which was indeed a news reporter from FOX TV.

“Mr.
Ye, we can have a good talk, please don’t complicate this matter.
This is just the agent’s personal behavior and does not represent the behavior of S.H.I.E.L.D..
We should sit down and have a good talk, maybe we can agree to a reasonable price, and we will end this matter.” Coulson looked at Alvin and said pleadingly.

Natasha, who had fallen down, also got up and stood behind Coulsonat at this moment.
She acted strangely, without much anger, but she looked at Alvin with a bit of admiration. In her image, no one could face the pressure of S.H.I.E.L.D.
as well as him. Perhaps there was a huge error in her judgment of Alvin. This made her very interested, and she just waited for Coulson to settle this matter.
She would come here often in the future.
As an ace agent, she would get up again, where she once fell down.

Alvin got goosebumps from Natasha’s gaze.
He was not afraid of her, but he felt that being stared at by such an old monster might cause great trouble in the future.

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