Some bank robbers are consumed by their own greed. This one claimed to have been outraged by bankers’.
A suburban Portland man pleaded guilty Monday to having held up a Bank of America branch on April 6, The Oregonian reported.
Raymond Carl Knudson, 50, told police he was inspired to rob the place after having watched “Inside Job,” the Oscar-winning documentary that explores the causes of the 2008 financial meltdown.
After scoring just $425 in the heist, Knudson drove to the Gresham Police Department and confessed to the crime three minutes later, the Oregonian reported.
He faces the prospect of up to 20 years behind bars.