Not putting what he’d learned in prison, to good use, I’m afraid…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
Wu, who’d once committed a felony, falsifying the identification and got a cell phone, to forge the receipts to get the winnings, he’d served in prison for over ten years, in prison, he’d, studied law hard, and, there were, nothing but volumes of law textbooks in his place. As Wu saw the officers showed up, he’d immediately requested an attorney present, and, he’d, guided the attorneys through their steps, he knew the law by heart.
The officers on the case said, this February as the police went to do a search at Wu’s home, the officers were very surprised to find his bookshelves filled with the volumes on law, and they’d found, that he wasn’t just well-read in law, he also knew the dealing procedures of land transfers really well, that he’d, gotten bigger and better in his cases of fraud, forgery as well.
Wu denied the police allegations from the start, as soon as the officers came to his place, he’d, requested an attorney present, Wu had also, even told the attorneys, “record down what’s important, and, disregard the rest” and he’d, left a deep impression on the officers who came to his apartment.
Based off of understanding, twenty years ago, Wu had taken the false identification with an accomplice to the Telecommunications company to get a cell phone, and had forged a receipt, to get the money for the winnings; he’d served for over a decade in prison, and became, well-read in law.
And still, you’d not, followed that basic rule of: don’t BREAK the laws you’re, familiar with, hello, hello, hello? And your well-read in law, only became a sorry excuse for you, to keep going in your life of crimes!