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  • - You know the car they bring money?

  • - Mhm

  • - To the bank?

  • - Yes.

  • - What part did you rob?

  • The truck or the bank?

  • - I robbed the truck.

  • - How did you do that?

  • - How did you know all the difference

  • between all this stuff?

  • - I watch movies.

  • (man sighs)

  • - Hi what's your name?

  • - I'm Jessie.

  • - I'm Anthony.

  • - Nice to meet you.

  • - Nice to meet you.

  • - My name is Celine, nice to meet you.

  • - Wow! That's very professional.

  • - Thank you.

  • - I like that coat, you look very professional.

  • - Thank you.

  • - Okay, so what are we here to talk about?

  • - Uh, what do you think?

  • - Do you know why you're here?

  • - I do.

  • - Why are we here?

  • - Cause of something that you

  • did in 2008.

  • - Are you a bank robber?

  • - I was a bank robber.

  • - Yes!

  • - You're a bank robber?

  • - Basically a bank rob- well kind of a bank robber.

  • I was addicted to drugs,

  • and that's a whole different story.

  • So it made me really, really, think kinda stupid.

  • - Why did you say a bad word?

  • - What did I say?

  • - Stupid.

  • - I did?

  • Look, I wasn't very smart.

  • - During the robbery, were you on drugs?

  • - I was always on drugs.

  • - What part did you rob?

  • The truck or the bank?

  • - I robbed the truck.

  • - How did you do that?

  • - How did you know all the difference

  • between all the stuff?

  • - I watch movies

  • - Okay well yes, I robbed a Brinx armored car.

  • - Society, like, idealizes good heist movies

  • like Oceans Eleven, or Thomas Crown.

  • - Those are great movies.

  • - I was kind of like, too fascinated in your story.

  • - That's probably not a good thing.

  • - What is exactly your story?

  • - I placed an ad like I was an employer

  • for people to show up at the bank at the same time.

  • And when people responded saying yes, I'd like the job,

  • I wrote back and I said, okay show up at the bank at eleven

  • make sure to wear a blue shirt, a blue hat

  • and a safety vest.

  • The same outfit that I was wearing.

  • The day of the robbery, the armored car pulls in

  • the guy gets out, and he's just doing his thing

  • kinda walking by him, and then turns to him

  • pepper sprays him, takes the money and then takes off.

  • - How do you get away with the money?

  • - I had a landscaper or like a yard worker's outfit on

  • with a wig and I ripped all of this stuff off and

  • I threw it on the ground in a pile

  • and I had a totally different outfit on.

  • Okay?

  • So what are people gonna say?

  • "Who robbed the bank?"

  • Person wearing the orange did.

  • Duh da duh da duh.

  • - You, you, you

  • - That's right was I wearing orange anymore?

  • - [Both Children] No, you weren't.

  • - I was last seen running towards this highway

  • and on the other side there's this little

  • stream that no one really knows about

  • and - you know what an inner tube is?

  • - Yeah.

  • - I went down, threw the money into the inner tube,

  • got on my back and pulled myself upstream,

  • went up this little hill, got in the trunk of a car,

  • and my buddy drove off.

  • I went home to my wife and two year old,

  • and fifteen day old baby.

  • - Wow.

  • Why did you do it when you were in such

  • a good position?

  • - I was desperate.

  • And it was like we had this house,

  • on the outside you'd be like, wow, you know,

  • he's got everything, but I was losing everything.

  • - How much money did you steal?

  • - I stole four hundred thousand.

  • - I thought you stole 9 million.

  • - Are you not-

  • (Anthony laughs)

  • I don't know if he's supposed to be impressed.

  • He's not impressed!

  • - I'm not impressed.

  • (laughter in the background)

  • (Anthony laughs)

  • - You should work hard for your money,

  • like get a job, not like steal money.

  • (Anthony laughs)

  • - You're very right.

  • I shouldn't have stolen that money.

  • - Wait so you hide the secret?

  • - It was a secret, yes.

  • - Like Spiderman hide his suit?

  • - Except Spiderman was doing good things.

  • - Yeah.

  • - So obviously there was one flaw,

  • in your plan.

  • - Yeah.

  • A week and a half before the robbery happened,

  • I was doing a time run.

  • Time is very important,

  • you know why time is so important

  • - Yeah.

  • - When you are committing crimes?

  • Now I'm teaching you guys how to commit crimes.

  • Why do you think time is so important?

  • - Is it the math times?

  • - Oh I know, if you're like going to work

  • and you are still sleeping in bed,

  • the time just smacks you in the head like smack.

  • - I have no idea what you guys are talkin about.

  • So I did a time run to get from the bank

  • to the creek, to the creek to the car.

  • Now I don't think I'm doing- in my head-

  • I'm not doing anything wrong that day.

  • This homeless man is like,

  • "Hey, I know what that stuff is."

  • And I blew him off, okay?

  • What happened, is

  • this guy called in the police,

  • it was enough for them to basically

  • get survelliance and follow me around.

  • Meanwhile, the crime happens a week later

  • and I had gone to a gas station,

  • thrown away a bottle, okay?

  • They waited until I drove off,

  • retrieved the bottle.

  • Tested it for DNA.

  • Ding, ding, ding!

  • I was caught by a homeless guy.

  • - Did you think you would get caught?

  • - No.

  • Why would I do it if I did?

  • That's kinda how a criminal thinks.

  • (siren noise)

  • Right?

  • - Stupid?

  • - Ha! You said it.

  • That's right, yes!

  • - Have you seen Batman?

  • - I have.

  • - And you know the Joker wearing masks and stuff?

  • He was a bank robber too.

  • The bad guy landed

  • - Bad guy? Am I a bad guy?

  • - No you're not

  • - Yes!

  • (Anthony fake cries)

  • (Kids laugh)

  • - There, there.

  • - Did you went to jail for it?

  • - I went to jail.

  • - So how long have you been in jail?

  • - I was sentenced to six years in prison.

  • - Prison is just like absolutely wretched

  • place in the movies, like, you know,

  • what was it like in real life?

  • - Like, when you watch a TV show

  • there is somebody getting stabbed all the time

  • or whatever, no

  • like, that does happen but it's not

  • violent and crazy all the time.

  • It's just so depressing that you can almost feel it.

  • It's like in the air.

  • That's something they probably wouldn't show

  • in a movie.

  • - Yeah.

  • - I remember that I used to visit my dad in prison.

  • And then my dad came back from prison.

  • - And what was that day like?

  • - It was the happiest day of my life.

  • - I bet you it was the happiest day of your dads too.

  • - What would have happened if you hadn't got caught?

  • - I would have kept doing other stuff.

  • It would have gotten bigger and bigger and bigger.

  • - So are you glad you got caught?

  • - Yes. Absolutely.

  • - Would you do it again?

  • - No.

  • - You know why? The main reason why?

  • It's not so much prison

  • and that I got punished

  • and all the, you know, things that happen in prison.

  • It was that I was away from my kids.

  • I cared about them, right?

  • - Right.

  • - And so I started drawing them pictures,

  • and I would send them home

  • and I knew they were little

  • but they'd look at the picture probably for a second

  • and then they'd put it away,

  • but at least they would know that their daddy

  • drew that picture for 'em.

  • And I started making books for 'em.

  • Like, happy birthday book.

  • And then I would make stories,

  • I really got into drawing books.

  • Well, when I came home from prison,

  • I just made my own books.

  • At first, no one bought 'em.

  • But then, I had one book

  • that became a best-seller.

  • I got really, really lucky.

  • And I was able to again buy a house,

  • so my family could all live together again.

  • - Do you make a lot of money writing books?

  • - I am making more money writing books

  • than when I did when I was a criminal.

  • These are based after my daughters.

  • - What are their names?

  • - Isabella and Lila.

  • They're detectives in that.

  • And they've gotta find out who stole the cake.

  • - Isn't that ironic?

  • - It's very ironic.

  • - Do you think you're a good role model for kids?

  • - No, there's a lot to learn

  • from people who fail.

  • I'm a great example of what not to do.

  • - Yeah, I learned my lesson.

  • - You learned your lesson? From me?

  • - Yeah

  • - That's good, that means-

  • - Never rob a bank.

  • - You're really good at this.

  • - I am.

  • (laughter)

- You know the car they bring money?

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