You are a seasoned judge but have never seen such a case before. The cops found a beggar who was being mugged by other beggars because he had an extremely large amount of money with him.
They questioned him about it because they suspected that he had stolen it from someplace or has been selling drugs or doing something else like that.
He told them that he had been begging for 30 years and this is the money he has saved in that time. He said that he didn’t drink or smoke and has no family so there is nothing to spend on. He has been saving for the last 30 years and his income is especially good during holidays. He further informs them that he also has a bank account and has a lot of money in the bank too.
The police investigate and find that he has a lot of money in the bank and that he has been the customer of this bank for more than 30 years.
They see that the beggar makes regular deposits in his bank and has made small transactions for the last 30 years or so. The deposits have never been big enough to raise suspicion, but they do rise during holidays, when people are in a giving mood.
When the cops investigate and ask other beggars about the rich one, they tell them that the rich beggar drinks often and he is lying to them. In cross examination, he admits that he was lying about drinking, but hadn’t done anything illegal to get the money.
Will you charge him guilty or not guilty?