Matt looked on as Mr Lensher was handcuffed by the police. The wrinkles on his face were suddenly so detailed that Matt suspected if he had made the right decision. Aged sixty, a sentence for theft would have caused to die in jail. Ironically, Matt could remember the exact same words Mr Lensher once told him, "No matter how old or young a person is, or whatever reason he has for committing a crime, if he breaks the law, he deserves to be punished. " It was these exact words that made Matt apprehend Mr Lensher, the exact same words spoken by Mr Lensher himself. An irony indeed. Mr Lensher was Matt's most respected teacher during his days as a student in high school. As his teacher, Mr Lensher taught Matt more than just academic lessons, he brought forth the essence of moral values in our daily lives and educated his students in that area as well. His lecture on philosophy often revolves around that. Matt graduated from high school and over the years, worked his way up the ladder of his company. His hard work and efforts finally earned him his position as a the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company. Not forgetting about moral values, he offered a huge sum of money to Mr Lensher, for the job as the security guard of the office. Obliged, Mr Lensher agreed. Mr Lensher headed the group of security guards in the company. He maintained good relationships with his colleagues. Everyone who knew Mr Lensher saw him as a symbol of peace and security for the company. As the head of the security, the safety of the assets and employees of the company were safely in his hands. However, things started to go wrong a month later. The hundreds of dollars in the safety deposit box was stolen, along with the company secrets which could be sold for thousands. The police investigated everyone from the company, except Mr Lensher, whom Matt gave the direct order that he be excused from the investigation and instead, aid the investigation team. Although this was not a...
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