“he saw the pieces of the puzzle to get out of Englewood.”
You are just getting into semantics bruh,
“get out” =/= “left”
Leaving implies a permanent movement. Getting out, is exactly what the context of the my statement said, having the agency to transcend your circumstances/environment.
You’re original question was why was he locked up if he “got out” and I explained that, which you still haven’t disproved. If you aren’t gonna argue against that then i’m just confused about what we are talking about.