A special prosecutor in Florida says not only should millionaire treasure hunter Mel Fisher not be prosecuted, he should be considered a folk hero. Fisher and his crew found more than $100 million in gold, jewels and silver in the wreckage of a 17th century Spanish galleon in 1985, but one of his workers claimed he was paid with a bogus coin. Other investors said they didn't get their fair share of the find, but David Bludworth, the special prosecutor in the case, says he found nothing to indicate Fisher violated any state laws. "Fisher's story has become a saga," Bludworth said. "He's become larger than life." He went on to call Fisher a "folk hero and deservedly so."