The Oregon man who confessed to robbing a bank, turning himself in within three minutes of committing the crime, pleaded guilty Monday for the April 6 crime.
Raymond Carl Knduson, 50, could face up to 20 years in prison. He's scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 10.
Knudson said watching the Academy Award winning documentary "Inside Job," which details the 2008 financial crisis, was what inspired him to rob a bank.
Knudson entered a branch of Bank of America and gave a note to the teller that read "Give me all the money, no marked bills, no die pack," according to The Oregonian. Knudson then drove to the Gresham Police Department with the $425 he robbed, and turned himself in.