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‘Evil Genius’: 5 Things To Know About Netflix’s Hot New True Crime Doc

‘Evil Genius’ is the new Netflix doc that everybody is fixated on. Here are the need-to-know realities about this fling commendable evident wrongdoing arrangement.

Netflix has done it once more. Their most recent genuine wrongdoing narrative Evil Genius: The True Story of America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist will keep you stuck to your couch, orgy viewing the four-section arrangement. Everything starts with an alarming situation. On Aug. 28, 2003 pizza conveyance man Brian Wells, 46, entered the PNC Bank in Eerie, Pennsylvania with a hand crafted bomb cinched around his neck. He gave a teller a chilling note, requesting $250,000. What occurred next is the stuff of bad dreams and a contorted plot. Here are five key things you have to think about the case and the arrangement. (Cautioning – significant spoilers ahead!)

1. A hand crafted neckline bomb was bolted around Brian Wells’ neck after he conveyed two pizzas to 8631 Peach Street. The call was set to Mama Mia’s Pizza-Ria where he worked. He at that point entered PNC with the neckline bomb – which he appeared to the teller – and a stacked weapon camouflaged as a stick. He left the save money with about $9,000 in real money.

2. The heist was outlined as a debilitated forager chase. So Brian’s next stop was to the neighboring McDonald’s the place he found another note, covered up under a stone. Be that as it may, he couldn’t finish the chase since police arrived and went up against him in the parking garage of a close-by store. He asserted three dark men assaulted him and constrained him to wear the bomb.

3. The gadget began ticking while the police and TV news cameras viewed from a protected separation. Yet, before the bomb squad could arrive, it was set off and Brian was murdered.

4. Agents attempted to discover the suspects, however they got an out of left field lead when a man called Bill Rothstein called the cops. He said that his ex-life partner Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong was concealing the body of her killed sweetheart, James Roden, in a cooler. Police captured Marjorie, however she later called Bill a “dingy liar” and shockingly said he ought to be captured for the murder of Brian Wells.

5. Bill was never accused of the killings of James Roden or the pizza bomb bank heist. Be that as it may, in January 2005 Marjorie was condemned to 20 years in jail for slaughtering her sweetheart. That year she admitted to the FBI that she provided the kitchen clocks for the neckline bomb, however blamed Bill for being the driving force of a plot that included others, including Brian Wells himself. Right up ’til today it’s not known whether Brian was a coconspirator who was tricked into trusting the bomb was not genuine, or on the off chance that he was a prisoner.