You really hit the nail on the head when you let the cat out of the bag! I mean you can’t judge a book by its cover, but she really bit off more than she could chew. She thought it would be a piece of cake by scratching someone else’s back. There was no gray area here, and she told more than a little white lie to try and get out of it. I bet she is green with envy, when she found, out of the blue, that she was the black sheep of the robbers. Caught red-handed, and the commissioner was simply tickled pink by the outcome.
She really shouldn’t have taken everything but the kitchen sink. I mean for starters, she needed to really get her friends to put a sock in it. It wouldn’t have broke the bank to put some proper robbers in her pocket. And she could have hit the books to get the ideas of the security system. But she had to turn on a dime, and now she is behind bars. To add insult to injury, straight from the horse’s mouth, she isn’t seeing eye to eye with her new cellmate. I hear on the grapevine she is a nasty piece of work.
But our new villain is on the ball. She may have missed the boat, but she has seemed to pull the wool over people’s eyes with her new profession.