A random prisoner
by A young Human | Score: 3000
I knew it. This was the last time I would see the sky. I had told him I would do this last mission for him and then be done. I ignored my gut feeling, I knew better but I felt guilty. I was leaving after all. But now, hearing the sounds of the sirens and knowing I was trapped, I was starting to regret my decision.
It's no use fighting, I know this. So, gathering the last of my courage I walk out the door leaving my supplies behind, I hadn't finished the hack. So I left m I would finish y computer inside to finish the upload knowing that I would finish the job I had promised to do. Then when the police show up I just raise my hands and go quietly. I'm not stupid, I know my rights. So, I shut-up I won't be saying anything that can be used against me.
Later after a few years in prison, I hear from the guards gossip that war has been declared and that the prisoners will be given jobs to do and will have teachers. I am taught by a handy-man how to build and fix things that have been broken.