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As American bank heists go, it was weird. In 2003, a pizza delivery man walked into a bank with a bomb around his neck and a note demanding a quarter of a million dollars. "Evil Genius," Netflix's mini-series on the robbery, asks whether Brian Wells, the delivery man, was a willing accomplice or the unwitting victim of a bizarre plot.When Wells, 46, walks into a branch of PNC Bank with a cane-shaped gun and a bomb round his neck, he's given just over $8,000, then leaves, sucking on a lollipop he grabbed from the counter.To recover the explosive device, police had to remove Wells' head.To better understand the case, series co-director Borzillieri communicated with Diehl-Armstrong for more than 10 years, in writing and over the phone.
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