Matt Roush says...
A new true-crime series looks back at memorable robberies from the perspective of the master thieves as well as the investigators in hot pursuit. Forensic accounting expert Kelly Richmond Pope and others provide insight. The premiere revisits an infamous 1972 case, in which a crew of Ohio bank robbers spent a weekend inside a California vault looking to steal $30 million from a slush fund rumored to belong to then-President Nixon. The FBI manhunt that ensued was said to be the biggest of its type since the Kennedy assassination.