|CHAPTER 721 When Harry had said all these things, he walked out alone onto the private patio that adjoined the room in which they had eaten.
2 aAfter the followers had discerned that Harry wasn't going anywhere, they decided to depart from the restaurant at once,
3 Because it was no longer safe to be where Harry was.
4 bBut none of them had noticed that Lucky had left the restaurant much earlier,
5 And they met him on their way out,
6 In the company of a squad of heavily armed officers of the law,
7 Who took them back to the private room,
8 And made them wait while they searched the patio.
9 cThen Lucky pointed at Harry, saying, "That is the man you want, officers."
10 "Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance."
11 dHarry smiled as they put handcuffs on him,
12 And chuckled when he observed,
13 On his way out to the car,
14 eAll of his followers shaking their heads and loudly denying any knowledge of him,
CHAPTER 731 They took Harry to the station house,
2 And booked him,
3 And interrogated him,
4 And demanded that he tell them all he knew about one thousand kilos of illegal drugs that had been seized at the fPort of Philadelphia,
||5 But he merely smiled,
6 And told them, I won't be saying anything at all without my lawyer present.
7 Forthwith, they permitted Harry to call his lawyer,
8 And within an hour, the judge had ruled that Harry could not be released on bail,
9 And could grot in jail forever,
10 For all he cared.
CHAPTER 741 hWithin a very few days, Harry was indicted,
2 iAnd brought to trial,
3 jAnd convicted,
4 kOf all charges.
5 When the day of sentencing arrived, the judge looked at Harry,
6 Long and hard,
7 And finally said,
8 "I can find no good in this man,
9 "And no reason for leniency,
10 "I sentence you to the maximum term,
11 "Which is life in prison,
12 "And I will see to it that you are never paroled."
13 When the judge had said these and lother things, mHarry smiled at him and said, You can put me in prison,
14 But I am Harry,
15 And I know everything,
16 nWhich made the judge tremble and look away.
CHAPTER 751 Then the bailiffs took Harry,
2 And put chains on his hands and feet,