Originally posted by Bob Farmer:
It's Tony Pino.
Here are two things you need to know about Tony Pino--he was
"a monumental talker-and liar."
and he wasn't full time in robbery, more like a part-time pro:
In the Brink's robbery and in all the thieving that preceded it, the crooks worked very hard. Often they held full-time jobs (frequently under parole pressure) and stole after hours. Tony Pino especially spent exhaustive hours watching, exploring, following Brink's trucks, testing alarm systems, stealing keys. It wasn't laziness that turned them to what my Aunt Gertrude used to call a life of crime. It was the money. And the fun.[ A Crook\'s-Eye View of the Caper,
By Robert B. Parker, New York Times,
May 22, 1977]