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It’s how Dillinger started out

In Jackson, Minn., Andrew Espey was sentenced to 90 days in jail for improperly shingling the roof of his house.
Complained Espey, “A drunk can drive down the highway and get a lot less of a sentence.”
He had affixed new shingles without first removing the old ones.
Another entrepreneur
gets it from
the system
Larry Stone, jailed on property crimes in Tavares, Fla., because he could not make the $1,250 bail, posted the bond by earning $1,300 in telephone-company money after discovering a management error that credited his jail account $46 for every international call he pretended ...

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