We watch movies about lighthearted bankrobbers all the time...Ocean's 11 anyone. We cheer them. There are many movies like this where the theives are percieved as hero's. Lee Murray's story is no different, and I believe that when his movie comes out he'll be shown in a heroic light (especially if he gets off free).
IN our society stealing money from big time industry is illegal...why...because it has to be otherwise everybody would do it. However, to many people, including the billions of people who watch these heroic theivery movies, it is not morally wrong.
To me, stealing from a mom and pops shop, or robbing somebodies house is very morally wrong. Bank robbery where nobody gets hurt to me equals
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Say what you will, but your a hyprocrypt id you watch movies like Ocean Eleven and enjoy them.
IMHO I believe if given the oppertunity, as if they actually did get scotch free with the 90 million (in reality Murray is the only one to "get away" and he has 20mil) they would have given back to the community in a Robin Hood esque manner. I believe Murray would have helped the streets, he would have built a gym, and his filanthopy would have been disguised little by little as results of his MMA ventures.
Lee Murray is not a hero, he is a role model.