|Does my bomb look big in this?|
Back in 2003 the group strapped a bomb collar around 46-year-old Brian Wells' neck and told him to demand cash from an Erie PA bank.
He walked out with almost $9000 but as he waited for the bomb squad to arrive the metal device exploded, killing him instantly.
As part of the five strong team which came up with the complex plan Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong, of Erie has now been was convicted on charges of armed bank robbery, conspiracy and using a destructive device in a crime of violence.
Although she denied her role in the crime, Assistant U.S. Attorney Marshall Piccinini said she was involved "up to her eyeballs."