Butch Cassidy mugshot
Butch Cassidy was a law abiding citizen of the old west until about 1894 when he stole a $5 horse in Wyoming. Cassidy earned two years in prison and a distaste for the law. When he was released he joined up with the Wild Bunch and moved on from horse theft to knocking over banks.
Even though he lived a wild west criminal lifestyle, Cassidy was known to be a faitly friendly guy. Not only did he rarely use his sidearm during a robbery, but he was kind to his neighbors and reportedly went out of his way to be friendly to his victims. That’s exactly the kind of attitude folks like to see in an outlaw.
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Manners count, don’t they?
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