During those two years at King County jail, when he wasn't writing legal briefs, Hathaway read "probably 100 books"
and wrote the rough draft of his autobiography, which he titled I Fade Away.
He wrote about the robberies, of course, but also about the unraveling of a life.
"It's really a painful story about a guy who pretty much had it made
and lost it all because he became addicted to pain medication that he was prescribed to by his family doctor," he wrote in an email from prison.
"I deserve to be in prison for robbing banks. OxyContin took almost everything from me. I didn't deserve that."
我因抢劫银行而坐牢是罪有应得 。奥施康定几乎让我失掉了所有，我不配拥有那一切 。”
When he transferred to Monroe from King County, the draft of his autobiography and all of his personal drawings and papers were lost.
For the past three years, Hathaway, now 50, has been living at Monroe with more than 2,000 other inmates.
First he was "inside the walls" at the maximum-security prison, but after a year officials moved him to a minimum-security unit that everyone calls "the camp."
Here Hathaway has a window that opens, a TV with 90-some channels,
and a job doing maintenance in the Special Offender Unit, which gets him out of the camp from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. five days a week.
还有一份在特别犯罪组从事维修的工作 。他每周有5天，从早上7:30到下午3:00都会离开营地去工作 。
His pay is 42 cents an hour, with a maximum of $55 per week, and 20% of that goes to court fees and restitution for his crimes.
The court ordered Hathaway to pay back $76,500, with 12% interest.
"It'll be around $112,000 by the time I get out," he tells me during a visit in June.
"But I have my whole life to pay it off." A lawyer told him that as long as he makes payments every month, even small ones, he can apply later to have the interest waived.
In five years, Hathaway can claim his Boeing pension.
He's still the 50% owner of the drive-thru coffee shop, though it's making less than half of what it did a decade ago.
And he's heard Boeing hires felons. "There's a possibility I could go back," he says. "But I'm not sure I want to work for a big company again."
他听说波音公司雇佣重罪犯 。“我有可能回去工作，”他说 。“但我不确定自己是否想再为一家大公司工作 。”
1.deserve to 值得；值得去做
The parliament didn't deserve to represent the nation's will.
2.transfer to 移动到；转到
I think I can do better if I can have the transfer to the financial department.
3.as long as 只要；如果
As long as I deliver the goods, my boss is very happy.