The Police were called because of a conflagration. The start of the fire was cryptic. When police arrived at the front door there stood a man. The man conceded that he had started the fire but was not sure how. Witnesses were conciliatory towards the man, saying that they had never seen him before. They had a conviction that he broke into the house.
In court the man was being contentious. He was making the judge confound. The judge became angry and felt no cordial to the man. He made the judgment and found the man guilty. The hearing was concise, and the judge concluded that a corroded pipe caused a gas leak and the fire. The man however was still going to jail as he broke into the house.
In jail the man did not make the criterion to be a roommate so he lived alone. He contended that the judge was wrong but their was no use. He would be spending a very long time in his jail cell.