Scott was a thrill seeker and the son of a preacher back in the 90's. Ann Rule wrote a book about him. Him and his 2 childhood friends went on a spree of bank robberies in the 90's in Seattle. 20 robberies for 2.2 million. He was featured in the Seattle Times during the robberies-but not for the robberies (they didn't know the guy they were interviewing was the guy who was wanted by the FBI right under their noses). He was a nature lover who had built and lived in what they featured as "The World's Largest Tree House." 6 stories tall with gangplanks connecting it 60 feet off the ground between cedar trees. A hot tub, electricity, and a secret make up room-that he used Hollywood quality makeup to disguise himself prior to the robberies. He bleached all of the drop cars, in several instances hit the same bank vaults 2 or 3 times, never left a single trace of DNA, never fired his weapon in any of the robberies, laundered the money through casinos, was known for tipping every waitress $100, and donated tens of thousands of dollars to Greenpeace and Amnesty International. Which of these would you describe him best as?
- Don't know who he isVote A
- A flat out criminalVote B
- A respectable bank robber, because he didn't hurt anyone even when he had the chance, and donated a lot of the moneyVote C
- A pretty wild guy with some ingenious ideasVote D
- I WISH I could do a lot of the stuff he did!Vote E