The Einstein of Crime - The Einstein of Crime | Forgery and Scams
The Einstein of Crime | Forgery and Scams
Gary Krist regards himself as the Einstein of crime. Albert Einstein, from Krists point of view, was a one-trick pony by comparison with his measly theory of relativity.
Krist's criminal accomplishments are far more diversegrand theft auto, prison escape, fraud, kidnapping for ransom and, most recently, cocaine importation and illegal immigrant smuggling.
Then came his magnum opus, the "perfect crime" he planned while still a youngster. In one of the most audacious and notorious crimes of the 1960s, at age 23, he kidnapped a young heiress in Atlanta and buried her alive in an underground capsule he had designed.
While the country held its breath, Krist and his mistress sidekick extracted a $500,000 ransom from the woman's father, a Florida real estate magnate and friend of President Nixon.
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