Bonnie and Clyde didn’t work with any other bank robbers, many whom were true professionals, who weren’t too impressed with them.
“They’re giving bank robbery a bad name,” complained John Dillinger.
For one thing, Clyde was a little too quick on the trigger finger.
The FBI blamed 13 murders on them during their two-year crime spree.
Eventually, like most crime stories, the law caught up with the two.