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While he got here out of the financial institution he was once smiling. "This financial institution has been very nice to me," he stated. Then he laughed. "Of path, at any time when I stroll in there they act like possibly they need to do this"—he threw up his fingers, arms out, stickup style—"but then the vice-president comes over and shakes my hand, asks how i am getting alongside. " no longer that the pleasant vice-president may lend him cash. Lytle couldn't even swing a mortgage utilizing the Peugeot as collateral. No banker in Chicago desired to need to clarify why John Lytle had a great credits danger. We drove to a parochial university the place the youngest of Lytle's 4 youngsters, Patrick, attended kindergarten. as a rule, Lytle's spouse might have long past in this project, yet she had a lunch date. again at Lytle's apartment, we sat in a research the place there have been bookshelves, a table, a cellphone answering desktop, eco-friendly leather-based armchairs, a eco-friendly leather-based hassock, and a mullioned photograph window. Snow had fallen the former evening. From the learn, a brief hallway led throughout the kitchen and into the relatives room. Logs glowed within the hearth there. The room was once comfortable, choked with normal gentle. Patrick sat at a protracted desk, ate peanut butter, and watched cartoons on tv. while Lytle confirmed me the room, he stated, "This is the Penn sq. addition. " It was once a quiet early afternoon. Conversations with Lytle, whereas no longer precisely solemn, by no means struck me as zippy. We talked desultorily approximately this and that. till the formal case opposed to Lytle went to trial—an occasion that lay many months down the road—there was once, in a fashion, no longer a lot to claim. both John Lytle was once going to finish up a convicted felon or he used to be going to be searching for a task. Lytle may possibly contemplate invoice Patterson's federal trial in Oklahoma urban. Had the jurors easily rejected the evidence as recited by way of the government's sixty-one witnesses? have been the proof sufficient yet was once the legal statute itself lacking? was once it that, whether Patterson had harmed the Penn sq. financial institution, the govt. couldn't turn out he had performed so deliberately? Did the jurors regard Patterson as culpable yet resent that the Comptroller of the forex was once no longer indicted in addition to him? below whose nostril had the Penn sq. financial institution grown rancid? Why the grand piety and the punitive impulse? definitely an individual had jerked levers contained in the financial institution within the Penn sq. shopping center. And the financial institution had collapsed, and mind-boggling havoc had ensued. yet what have been the crimes and what constituted becoming punishment? Patterson's banking occupation encouraged profound suggestions approximately what one bold younger guy can accomplish during this land of chance. Being acquitted in Oklahoma was once, in a feeling, testimony to the beautiful amplitude of his fulfillment. striking stuff—the Penn sq. financial institution, Seattle-First, Continental Illinois. All alongside, the Penn sq. financial institution and the oil-and-gas increase have been pushed via an enormous myth-spawning mechanism, and the Oklahoma jurors understood that. Patterson-as-Iago used to be simply one other fable. could a Chicago jury, even if, seeing Patterson and Lytle seated jointly on the safety desk, see a distinct fact?