Patience is a virtue, Larry knew. Can’t let anyone know what really happened otherwise the insurance company won’t pay out. Not to mention he’d probably end up in prison. When things go wrong in your life, some things and sometimes people have to be sacrificed to get yourself back on even ground.
He takes a sip of his coffee and looks around the café, no men in black or anyone seeming to be an undercover cop. He’s going to meet someone today who’s going to offer him a job of sorts in his organization. A mafia group, he knows what they really mean. But they want to know of any crimes he’s committed and get the full details.
Larry decided that he would tell them about the recyclables he stole from work to help get a little extra money to help cover some expenses. Also, the scrap metal he would find in the mechanical rooms he would later sell. The student text books that got left behind in classrooms that he would sell to book buyers online. Don’t mention anything else. No criminal organization would be interested in anything like that. So, don’t mention anything else he’s done. He read about how police organizations would do the Mr. Big investigations to get people to confess. They won’t get him.