Ron Morgan knew certain things about the rich: they were different, they liked beautiful things, power, and influence; if they saw that another had something more beautiful or impressive, they had to have it, too. He also knew that every rich person would take advantage of him if given the chance. So he devised ways to reverse this probability. While making it appear that they were getting a good deal, a special deal, he always made money.
He knew what he wanted — to be rich, himself, to be beautiful, and to live in places like you see in Architectural Digest. He would pay any price to get what he wanted.
I write of Ron and my experience of representing him as his lawyer in my book: Observer: The Ronnie Lee and Jackie Bancroft Spencer Morgan Story, a tale of people, greed, envy, manipulation — even crime.