A good old fashioned WHODONEIT American Story....

Discussion in 'Chatter' started by charley, Apr 4, 2024.

  1. charley

    charley Well-Known Member

    ...can still be found in LA.

    A $30 Million Cash Heist on Easter, and the Coppers can't figure out how they got into the Safe.


    It is true, I guess: God helps those that help themselves.

    If only Edward G. Robinson was still alive, he could play both parts...the lead Detective and the Happy-Go-Lucky Mastermind.
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  2. justafarmer

    justafarmer Well-Known Member

    Laguna Niguel - 1972 - Palm Sunday Weekend. Who knows there may be a connection.
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  3. Mopar Dude

    Mopar Dude Well-Known Member

    And just what the heck is a cash storage facility anyways? Has the word "bank" been homogenized now?
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  4. charley

    charley Well-Known Member

    Not to mention Lufthansa....with inflation, this one was bigger, and no fencing deductions, because this was all cash.
  5. charley

    charley Well-Known Member

    I know, right? That was my first thought...and they did not expect to get robbed at some point?

    It sounds more like a Cartel Cash Stash location, to me.

    C'mon....$30 Mil and it needs a place to be "stored" over Easter weekend, before moving to a more "secure" location? $30 million?
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  6. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    Sure looks like an inside job.

    The burglars entered through the roof of the building, meaning they had knowledge of the interior . . . where sensors would be ineffective, where supporting structure and mechanicals would not obstruct their path,

    More importantly, there were no signs of entry into the vault at all, meaning entry into the vault was almost certainly by the same method intended by its design and construction . . . such access is doubtless limited to the very few having training in such access.
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  7. charley

    charley Well-Known Member

    This observation is Charley Approved, and is my position from the first time I was aware of it.

    If the Wampum was "legal" and the double secret probation "storage" facility was an innocent entity in compliance with all banking and transaction laws, I will lick frog genitals in public on the steps of the SEC Headquarters.
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  8. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    Iff’n it was an inside job, and so it seems, Lloyd’s or other private underwriter will surely continue investigating long after the feds have reverted to the indifferent lip service of their unaccountable socialist government jobs.

    After all, what does the current administration care about losses on the part of private industry?

    Nothing . . . It clamors for more.
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  9. charley

    charley Well-Known Member

    Exactly....and 'curiously' (not really) Lloyds has already started, as has Reliance and other re-insurers.

    These insurance entities are still doggedly pursuing the Canada Gold and Script heist of 2023. It has already resulted in 2 arrests, and tied to purchase of illegal firearms purchased in the U.S. for transport into Canada, via melting the original seriaL numbered bars to conceal the original source.
  10. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    6 arrests to date, and 3 more possible . . . I just read the latest about this one a few days ago.
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