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Kansas City Star reporters Tony Rizzo and Dave Helling discusses the strange bank robbery that happened in Kansas City, Kansas. A 70-year-old man charged with robbing a bank said he did it because he preferred a jail cell over living with his wife. Lawrence John Ripple is charged in federal court with the robbery of the Bank of Labor at 756 Minnesota Ave. Monty Davis The Kansas City Star
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UPDATED January 24, 2017 09:14 AM

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