Ok, she got caught and got convicted. She is in "prison" for 5 months. Ok, she has said that it reminds her of her college dorm, when she was asked about it. Ok, now I read this below: Ok, from this she will make a profit much larger than this conviction will teach her. She will make a profit on this, she has time to write, she is only serving 5 months on something you and I would be put away for a few years on, and it feels like her college dorm. Has justice been served? It just does not seem like it to me. This conviction will only help her sell more books in a few months. The prison system in the US should be made more demanding and they should be made to work, get up early, and not be a walk in the park with alot of free time to do whatever they want. In Japan, there is very little FREEDOMS in prison. They are woken up at the crack of dawn, made to exercise, made to work, and then put back in their cells. Criminals do not like to go back to prison in Japan as there is alot of work and hardly any free-time. She is not having to think about how she screwed up, but just have to write from a different location. Although, being in prison, she will be writing about prison life, so she is actually able to be in a location that will help her write. There is no justice here, just another best seller by a good marketer.