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Eric Durham: Florida's Confidence Man

  • 67 mins
  • 70%
  • 12+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2010
  • Documentaries

Tighten your seat belts, sit back and get an in-depth look into the life exploits of Eric Durham “Florida’s Confidence Man”. He rose from emotional abuse to the corners of the drug trade, risking all for the luxury of having his pockets “fat”, but the rat-race of a dope peddler soon seemed humdrum to the genius level mind of Eric Durham. Like a mad scientist, Durham disappeared into his metaphorical laboratory of crime, only to resurface as Tampa’s most notorious, White-collared crime figure of his generation to ever blaze the streets of Hillsborough county, and others. He became wealthy with the mere stroke of a pen. The old-schoolers called it “Hanging paper”, meaning bad checks. Interviewees came out to tell the story of the brains behind the “Underground Circuit”, which was the crew Durham ran with. He wanted to live a life of crime without killing and in the process he rearranged his criminal profile to out-wit cops and even the local politicians who set sleazy entrapments. Durham’s strange “career” changed law enforcements concept of low-level crime. During all of this Eric Durham had a love for his community and wanted change, pre-Obama but instead of using his influence to “rally the troops” to effect change in a major way, he spiraled out of control. Durham even tried his hand at producing local singing acts, but when that failed he went back to his “Specialty”. He was eventually caught after a decade of ducking and dodging, spent time in prison and heard Gods’ voice and Durham obeyed the voice to do right “sincerely”. Eric Durham and a host of community figures explains the good & bad of Choices people make and how powerful it is to make the right decisions. He did, and is doing so to this day, From “Confidence to Confident Man”.