Most Famous Robberies in History

By the time he committed this particular crime, he was already wanted for quite a few others, as well as acts of rebellious discontent.

Blood and a female accomplice posing to be his wife entered the Tower of London under the pretext of viewing the Crown Jewels. The paintings by Van Gogh, Czanne, Degas, and Monet, have been valued at a total of US$162 million.

One of the biggest quandaries of art theft is that regular connoisseurs don’t buy stolen art. Qusay gave them a hand-written note from Saddam, that asked for the withdrawal of $920 million. The bomb had exploded, leaving a giant gash in Wells’ chest. Between dinner preparations, Blood convinced Edwards to show his guests the Crown Jewels. Notarbartolo later claimed that he and the other thieves were set up by a diamond dealer who was looking to claim money off an insurance fraud. So Verone did the thing that – according to his self-proclaimed ‘logical mind’ – he should have done – rob a bank.

The Reichsbank Robbery

London City Bonds Robbery (1990), 292 million

Stardust (1992), US$500,000

Anthony Carleo walks in to the Bellagio one day and demands the operators of the craps pit to come up with all the chips they have. By the standard of that time, that money was almost equal to an entire year’s worth of tax collection for the entire Kingdom of England! This is how he did it:

Knightsbridge Security Deposit (1987), 60 million

The FBI could only track them down to Denver, which happened to be just a pit stop. No concrete proof against any individual, let alone the IRA itself, has been found to date. In a way, it was the painting that made the criminal famous, and it was the theft itself that made the painting even more popular. The bank had already called for the cops, who got there by the time Wells was out of the bank. But every once in a while, we come across this rare act that, in its core is bad, but we can only be flat-out impressed about the way it was done. This is one of the biggest reasons why crime is so glorified in movies, because it’s sometimes true in real life as well.

The gem district in Antwerp, Belgium, is the place through which 80% of the world’s rough-cut diamonds go through. He found most of it when he stole things. When Germany collapsed, the bank became a sitting duck for anyone who knew about it. Here’s how.

They rented out a vacant house two blocks away from the bank three months before the robbery. They put a message out on the front door saying that the vault was closed, while letting in more accomplices who were waiting outside. And that was the number in 1984. His body was exhumed just to confirm that he had died, and not pulled a trick to escape his recently acquired debts to the Duke of Buckingham.

Collar-bomb Robbery (2003), US$8,700

One-dollar Robbery (2011)

Antwerp Diamond Center (2003), US$100 million

The money broker firm Sheppards got their knots twisted really hard in 1990, when a common mugger managed to loot 292 million from them. Well it doesn’t get more of an inside job than this! Apparently the crooks had connections with the militia in Baghdad, because they could make a clean getaway without any patrol stopping or checking them. An argument is that most of the gold was stolen by Germany from other countries anyway, so they really can’t claim anything. Bhrle Art Museum (2008), US$162 million

The Mona Lisa (1911)

Robbing from Royalty

Art Robberies. All of this, of course, surrounded by an elite security patrol.

The scene turns out to be much, much shadier as the cops probe further. Then they kidnapped his wife and kids. Which is exactly what he did. They captured and handcuffed him. According to their statement, the thieves had planned to put a fake bomb on his neck, just to provide enough room for him to escape. Their final haul was worth 26 million.

The robbers could get in with the help of a security guard, who was the brother-in-law of one of the thieves. Edwards was new to the job, and was possibly taken by Blood’s deceitful charm. But the detailing in the plan can be denied by no one.

Bank employee Chris Ward gets some uninvited ‘guests’ over, who force their way in and tie up him and his family. Indeed, born in 1955, he came to London for the high life, after being wanted in his home, Italy, for 50 instances of armed robberies. It would even have worked if it wasn’t for one minor glitch; Verone didn’t have a gun.

The Biggest Bank Robbery Ever

One of the biggest gold bullion robberies in history happened at Brink’s-MAT warehouse, London. The room is covered by Doppler sensors, magnetic fields, seismic sensors, IR heat detectors, and probably even more stuff that they haven’t told us. The investigation went cold later, although efforts were still made even into the 1980s.

It has been said that anyone who wore gold after 1983, was probably wearing Brink’s-MAT gold.

The big one came after closing time, for which the two captives were told to stay back at the bank. One of them hit Mills on the head with a cosh, knocking him unconscious. They successfully ran off with the haul, as it took about an hour for anyone (outside the deposit) to figure out what had happened.

For taking one dollar without a gun, the judge charged Verone with larceny of a person, not robbery. The thieves stole a staggering US$500 million worth of art, which has never been found. Meanwhile, the team of crooks included skilled excavators, mathematicians, and drivers to get the real job done. With everything ranging from movies to media coverage or rumors to political cover-ups, our view of crime becomes a bit skewed. The painting bore no damage in its two years of disappearance, during which time the Mona Lisa stayed with Peruggia at his apartment.

So old James gets into a bank with nothing but a note that says, “This is a bank robbery. Patrick’s Day, claiming to have gotten reports of disturbance in the area. He turned against his own king to win favor from King Charles II during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. But by that time, the masked robbers were already making their way into the engine. The police say that this was done just to ensure that nothing stinks for the robbers.

The police managed to get back 19.7 million by March 2006. And when it comes to stealing, some of the most common motivations include the need for money, the need for more money, the desire of an object, or just plain old exhilaration. The first two carriages had only a supervisor and a couple of unarmed employees, while the security was left in the carriages that they had uncoupled.

Before Howard Carter discovered the Tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922, the tomb had already been broken into twice. It didn’t cover his debt completely, and surely not his desire to live lavishly. Vicars was still blamed for failing to act promptly when he received the message that the regalia was missing from its safe.

Blood was a devious man. One such crook was Roberto Solis, the mastermind behind the movie-like Circus Circus theft of ATM cash in 1993.

Solis had just gotten out of prison for a robbery attempt, in which he shot and killed a security guard. They got away with a total of R$164 million (US$71 million at 2005 exchange rate). They gave him specific instructions about robbing a bank in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Very little details about this robbery are known, although speculations arrive at a robbery of 2.9 billion. He wore a full black attire with a black helmet. To carry this loot out, he either took the help of the clergy which he bribed, or possibly friends of his. She and her crew were supposed to refill the ATMs around the casino in preparation of a busy weekend. She was working as a driver for the Loomis Armored Car Company. When he stopped, he found out that the phone cables have been cut. One creepy speculation was that a lot of those people were not really crooks, just kidnapped people who were made to work for the real crooks. By the time they got there, it was too late. Of the few plausible explanations as to how the first two walked in with guns, one speculation is that it was an inside job, from as far inside as the people who ran the place.

This is the biggest train robbery in history, which happened on Bridego bridge in Ledburn, England. That’s exactly what happened, when three guards at the Dar Es Salaam bank ran away with US$300 million. And each of those 301 bonds were worth around 1 million. Which means a lot of the crooks are out there, enjoying any weather they want, with all that cash to make it more pleasant.

The authorities received a note in 1931, demanding ransom for the return of the regalia. Sometimes it can be truly difficult why someone would go through all that effort for things that actually can’t be sold. The painting was in quite a vulnerable place (for better public viewing) and was thus stolen. And even if you want to get across all of this, you’re still to start out with a lock system with 100 million possible combinations. He later claimed a patriotic cause, stating that the painting belonged to Italy, and was hailed for his act. The two bank employees are then given specific instructions and made to go to work the next day as if everything was fine.

Cops have recovered only about R$8.9 million. But one accomplice switched the fake with a real bomb, supposedly as a means to kill Wells so he wouldn’t blow the whistle on them.

Colonel Thomas Blood (1671)

The figure in the painting looks scared for good reason: it is so popular that thieves can’t keep their grubby hands off it.

The first time the painting was stolen was in 1994, during the Winter Olympics. The two bankers withdraw 1 million, put it in a bag and hand it over to one of the criminals. So love it or hate it, human greed, ambition, and adventurism will always attempt to reach new heights.

The ERR has recorded to claim more than 21,000 artwork, most of which was kept in Museum Jeu de Paume in Paris. The collar had a metal box attached to it, which the assailants claimed was a bomb. It was later concluded that the mastermind of the entire plot was Lee Murray, a reputed mixed martial artist, who was then sentenced to 10 years in prison. The basic story is something like this:

On August 28, 2003, Brian Wells was sent to deliver pizza. He had previously robbed the Suncoast Casino, and the cops found plans to rob the Caesars Palace in his hotel room. Carleo left with US$1.5 million worth of chips.

He was arrogant enough to call himself the “Biker Bandit” and the “Cranberry Kid”, because he rode off on a bike, and the US$25,000 cranberry-colored chips that he stole. He simply started drilling a hole in the thirteen-foot wall! This of course he did alone, which required months of hard work through the nights of winter and into early spring. With a host of medical issues like Carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, and a growth on his chest, Verone was an ailing 59-year-old with zero cash to treat himself. When they were shown to the vault, the two pulled out their guns on the unsuspecting employees, the manager, and the guards. Nevertheless, this was one of the weirdest robberies in history, with some who still believe that there are mountains of sacks filled with gold hidden somewhere in Germany, that belonged to the Reichsbank.

Viccei could possibly have gone scott-free, if it wasn’t for a fingerprint in blood that he left when he got nicked while trying to open a box. The robbers then uncoupled the engine and the first two carriages from the rest of the train. He claimed to be made the scapegoat by high-ranking officials. The guard Black, his brother-in-law Brian Robinson, and a Micky McAvoy, were all caught and jailed. But to date, no one has been successfully caught for the heist. No one has been able to prove this; all incriminating evidence points to Notarbartolo and four others. The outer door and its seal was open, and Howard found the insides in complete disarray. The robbers intended to steal 3 million cash, but changed their mind when they saw the three tons of gold bullion. On that day, they broke in through the floor, and took whatever they could before anyone could find out and raise an alarm. He had concluded that more than 60% of the valuables had already been removed from the tomb. More than 20 criminals have been suspected, with only 8 of them arrested. Upon gaining entry to the vaults, they were surprised to find all the gold, and decided to steal it along with the money.

This is what happens when a man tries to manipulate the system for gains when he is unable to provide for it himself.

James Verone had lost his job as a Coca-Cola delivery man after 17 years of working for them. The son gained entry to the house, while Talbot Edwards managed to free himself and scream for help with all his strength.

Sinn Fin is the other political party accused for the heist. They tricked the guards to step away from their desks and the alarm button, handcuffed, gagged and tied them, then left them in the museum’s basement. They did it with such precision that no one could even figure out exactly how they broke in, until Notarbartolo was interviewed personally in jail.

One of the quietest robberies in any casino’s history, suspected crook William John Brennan simply walked off with $500,000 worth of cash and chips from the Stardust Hotel and Casino. Fingers were pointed, and one of those was straight at French poet Guillaume Apollinaire and his Spanish painter friend, Pablo Picasso. So they had to leave all that cash hidden somewhere. The main vault of the Diamond Center is located two floors below the ground. He was later hanged for his crime.

Bank/storage Robberies

The robbery of Banco Central in Fortaleza, Brazil, has to be one of the most deviously orchestrated heists in history. The money has never been recovered, and William is still reported missing.

Bellagio ‘Bike Bandit’ (2010), US$1.5 million

Central Bank of Iraq (2003), US$1 billion

Hotel/casino Robberies

The first haul is what the cops called the trial run. But it should be noted that because of little or no media coverage or even official documentation, the numbers are all basically gross estimates.

The German Reichsbank held most of the Nazi gold and treasures during World War II. Despite that, it took Howard and his team eight years to document and carefully remove the remaining contents of the tomb, then transporting it to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

Theft of the Irish Crown Jewels (1907)

We’ve always admired human determination and ingenuity, even when it was used for all the wrong things. All it was, was a president and his son, and a piece of paper.

Saddam Hussein was the President of Iraq at the time, and had complete control over the state activities and assets. They say it’s just for fun, but it’s anything but that for the authorities.

Thieves mostly fail, but some that succeed can continue to live on as legends. The Viceregal Commission which was looking into the matter, blamed Vicars for the theft. Vicars even refused to show up for the trial by the Commission, making matters worse. They quickly formed a human chain from the train to the van, and transferred all the sacks and boxes there.

Blood had Edwards arrange a grand dinner party for him and his ‘cousin’ (another accomplice) along with some other ‘family members’ (more thieves). They forced open the metal grille that protected the Jewels. She had long left Solis’ company after becoming pregnant with his child, and wanted to support his life.

Securitas Depot (2006), 52 million

You can’t have Vegas without the dapper crooks and the gold-digging beauties. He and an accomplice walked right in, asking about renting out a safe deposit box for themselves. He won’t get to spend much time in prison, so he probably won’t get the full medical attention that he wanted.

King Tut Tomb Robberies

The most famous art theft has to be of the most famous painting in the world: the Mona Lisa. When he realized that the Coalition forces were about to bomb Iraq, he ordered his son, Qusay, to go to the bank. He is currently out on parole, while the whereabouts of the gems is still a mystery.

Called the biggest cash robbery in the U.K., the guys who pulled it off, left with about 52 million of nothing but cold, hard notes. Anything lesser is instantly rejected. So it goes without saying that the place is heavily guarded. One of the weirdest true incidents of robbery comes from a pizza delivery guy called Brian Wells. One of the reasons they took 52 million was because the truck couldn’t carry any more; it was full.

Hitler’s appetite for destruction knew no bounds. There, they gained the friendship of Talbot Edwards, the Master of the Jewel House. The thief was Vincenzo Peruggia, an employee at the Louvre. Although they vehemently denied any connections, the media and Government officials still blamed them, claiming that a robbery of such high scale could only be carried out by them. When they entered the Jewel Room, the thieves covered Edwards with a cloak, struck him down, bound and gagged him, then stabbed him to keep him quiet. The police believe that about 15 people were involved in this robbery. It’s one of those plots that just keeps getting thicker and thicker the deeper you get. Viccei would reiterate that he was not in it for the money, he just liked the rush of doing it, claiming that it was even better than sex.

Viccei’s crowning moment was at the Knightsbridge Deposit in the City of Westminster. The Proceeds of Crime Act prompts any bank to flag any cash transfer or deposit beyond a certain amount (usually 10,000). What the thief didn’t know was that the briefcase was full of bonds; bearer bonds. A movie (Fool’s Gold, 1992) and a documentary were made about the robbery.

The second time was in August 2004 when masked gunmen stole The Scream along with Munch’s other painting, Madonna. He tried doing other jobs, but couldn’t keep them. Their primary aim was to destroy any and all Jewish art and books. Blood then frequented the Tower to meet his ‘new friend’ Edwards, who started inviting him to his house for dinner. They started digging a hole from their house to the bank’s floor. They supported claims of Wells’ involvement.

The Mona Lisa was not to be seen for another two years, when the real thief tried to sell the painting to the Uffizi Gallery out of desperation. A lot of people were arrested, but had to be let go for lack of evidence.

Perhaps a story of box-office movie caliber, the life of Valerio Viccei was nothing short of excessive adrenalin-racing. The paintings were feared burned off, until they were recovered in 2006, with repairable damage.

Three robbers forced entry into the E.G. One of his biggest qualms against art came when he was rejected by the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts as a kid. State-of-the-art security, the best guards from the best private sector security firms in the world, the works. Both were held for questioning but were later exonerated.

Everyone has their own reason to act. The group was led by Bruce Reynolds, who fled to Mexico with his wife and son. Another suspect, Keith Cheeseman was jailed for 6 and a half years. Chris is taken to the home of his superior, Kevin McMullan, who was also bound by the other crooks. By the time the police confirmed that the print belonged to Viccei, he had left for Latin America. They planned to strike on August 6, the day they knew the bank would be closed. And then some are just bat-crap crazy.

All of this was not covered by the media during the War, but got more and more importance after it. He oversaw the entire transfer, which was boxes of US$100 notes put into vans.

Thomas Blood, or Colonel Blood as he liked to call himself, was a devious man. Now I don’t know which Looney Toon they got this idea from, but in real life, all that dirt and gravel has to go somewhere right? They even had that covered, by posing as a gardening company! They would literally put the dirt into vans and throw it all far away, while the neighbors would think that was all a part of the gardeners’ ‘job’. An estimate of at least 100,000 works of art have gone missing or not been returned to their rightful owners.

He was made to demand US$250,000, but the cashier gave him far less. They gave him a rather ingenious contraption of a sawed-off shotgun that looks like a relatively harmless walking stick. He therefore decided to rob the treasury of King Edward I (Edward Longshanks), who was up against the Scottish resistance led by William Wallace (as shown in the movie Braveheart). But he did come back later, which the police found out and made sure they got him.

But the crooks did it. He claimed that he was the only one involved in the crime and took the full ‘credit’ for the act himself.

Two accomplices were arrested and sentenced to prison. It is protected by devices and systems that make the CIA headquarters security fantasy shown in Mission Impossible look like cute little plastic toys. But to get there, he would have to either gain entry through its entrance (and have to face the entire Royal Guard), or somehow go through the wall that protected the loot. Most of the money has not been recovered because they were unmarked bills.

The train’s driver Jack Mills was prompted to stop at 3 AM by an odd red light. The robbers dressed up as police and gained entry to the museum on St. More than 2-3 billion dollars of trade happens here every year. The truck was filled with more than US$3 million in cash. Wells kept telling the bank employees as well as the police about the bomb around his neck. The gang of robbers proceeded to the depot, armed with shotguns, handguns, a submachine gun (korpion), and AK-47s, forced their way in and bound and gagged the employees inside. They quietly let the robbers in, who made off with more than 25 million.

The idea of the robbery was put forth to the group by an unknown individual who went by the name (or possibly alias) Ulsterman. 301 bits of paper that belong to anyone who is carrying them. At the same time, his physical condition was getting worse. He apparently seduced the young Heather Tallchief, who did all the work. Five others have also been arrested, with a few more still on the loose.

Brink’s-MAT Warehouse (1983), 26 million

The repercussions of the robbery were quite serious. Viccei was the son of a lawyer and would stop at nothing to fill his life with excitement. William was a sports book cashier at the hotel. The next few years after this, about 6 murders have been connected to the Brink’s-MAT heist somehow. The reasons as to why the King did this are not really clear, and is a mystery. They carried the cages full of cash to their truck and ran off. He tried returning to England, at which point he was caught and jailed.

We’ve seen the playboys and the determined. Even though half the criminals have been nabbed, the other half, as well as a large sum of money still bathes in mystery.

Richard of Pudlicott (1303)

You know, with all the other robberies that you’ve read about above, you’ll quickly figure out how exasperatingly simple this one was. The theft marks the loss of some of the most iconic artworks ever made, including those of names like Rembrandt, Vermeer, Manet, and Degas.

The Scream (1994 and 2004)

The plan was foiled by Edwards’ son, who just got home after finishing his military service. The thieves demanded a ransom of US$1 million, which the museum refused, while aiding a police sting operation to successfully recover the painting.

E.G. When he got to the place, three men attacked him, subdued him, and put a metal collar around his neck. They are often charming, exceptionally smart, and even good-looking; sometimes coming very close to their movie and TV counterparts. Vicars on the other hand, denied all claims of the theft and openly blamed Francis Shackleton, his second in command. Which is one of the reasons why all the four paintings have been recovered by 2012 with little to no damage.

Nazi Looting During WW II (1933 to the end of WW II)

Dar Es Salaam Bank (2007), US$300 million

Circus Circus (1993), US$3 million

Gardner Museum (1990), US$500 million

The thieves made a run for it, but were caught after a horse chase. Led by Leonardo Notarbartolo, a five-man group infiltrated the vault and got hold of gold, diamonds, and jewelry worth more than US$100 million. They traveled to Bridego Bridge, under which they kept a van. When they entered, they subdued the employees and the other guards by pouring petrol over them and threatening to set them on fire if they did not comply. One guy takes him away, while the others stay with the rest of the family till the robbery is completed. That’s more than 500 million by today’s standards.

John Goddard was walking on a London street with his briefcase, when out of nowhere, a mugger took it from Goddard at knifepoint. He notified the security who later concluded that the painting was indeed stolen. Bhrle Art Museum on February 10, 2008 and ran off with four of the most valuable paintings in the world. Please only give me one dollar.” He then took the dollar and told the cashier that he will sit in a chair next to him and wait for the cops to arrive.

Verone thought this was a good idea, and on paper it may have seemed good to him – rob a bank for a small amount of money so the prison term won’t be too long, then go to jail and get medical attention paid for by the Government. He went broke and ended up owing a lot of money to people (mostly the crown itself) who wanted it back. They simply left too many clues that the cops just ate up. 299 of those bonds have since been recovered, thanks to informants.

They opened as many safe deposit boxes as they could, gathering valuables worth around 60 million. He solved this problem by sowing hemp seed near the wall.

The theft was first noted by Louis Broud, a painter. Twelve years after the incident (September 2005), Heather appears out of nowhere and turns herself in. The suspect, Patrick Thomas, was found dead of a gunshot. But there was still the problem of people seeing the large gash in the castle wall. The underground art dealing world has been valued at billions of dollars annually, but the deals have to be carried out with the tightest of lips and the most firm of handshakes. Blood made the offer of having his cousin marry one of Edwards’ daughters, promising her quite a decent income by virtue of marriage and thereby gaining complete trust of the Edwardses.

The theft that happened on March 18, 1990 at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is easily the biggest art theft, as well as the biggest theft of property in all of criminal history. They were so meticulous that when the cops first inspected their house, it was covered in burnt lime to destroy any evidence like fingerprints and DNA.

This was a bank heist with supposed links to Irish political parties, namely the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA). 2.6 million was stolen from the traveling Post Office train that night, which is more than 40 million by today’s standards. So when they went missing, all of Ireland was in an uproar.

Arthur Vicars, the Officer of Arms at the Dublin Castle, was the first suspect in the case embroiled in mystery and confusion. The hemp grew quite fast, helping to not only cover the wall, but also lay thick on the ground for him to hide the loot in, while he went back in for more. Blood was arrested, but he refused to speak to anyone except the King.

People who have nothing to lose (and maybe a little on the kooky side) often come up with the most ingenious things. Richard took help from the clergy to deal with the guards, then gained entry to the treasury room and made off with about 100,000 pounds. They soon started to find those treasures with prostitutes and even in the fishing-nets on the river Thames! Most of the treasure was recovered, and after about half a dozen people were wrongly hanged and many more arrested and tortured and questioned, they finally caught Richard, who was quite boastful about it. The incident took place on February 21, 2006, at Kent in South East England.

First, they kidnapped the manager of the depot, Colin Dixon. He hailed the works of painters of Germanic descent and the classics of the Old Masters, while derogated and even ordered to remove or destroy a lot of Modern art, or even art that he didn’t like.

He ordered the formation of the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR), which was controlled by Hermann Gring. The police called for the bomb squad 30 minutes after the first 9-1-1 call was made. Hitler, Goebbels, and Gring frequently visited the museums.

One-of-a-kind Robberies

As the cops probed further, they found reason to believe that Wells was in on the robbery as well. Then, for Hitler’s self-proclaimed artistic taste, the ERR was to “collect” basically anything culturally important that was present in the occupied countries.

Turns out Richard had already stolen from the crown once; a small loot that didn’t last long. He therefore dared to steal from the inner crypt of the treasury. He lived the rest of his life as a legend and died in 1680. After he rose to power, he focused on ‘collecting’ as many paintings and other artworks as he could. He died right there.

Two major things got in the crooks’ way: one was their lack of planning of what to do after they robbed the place, and the other was the Proceeds of Crime Act. She simply drove off with all the money straight to Solis.

The Great Train Robbery (1963), 2.6 million

The train was stopped at the Sears Crossing, which the robbers realized was too steep to operate the theft on. Sometimes they involve robbing their own king’s most valuable treasures.

Richard of Pudlicott was a commoner and a wool merchant by profession. He was calm, collected, charming, and devious. She agreed, but didn’t comply. No guns, no gangs, no killing, no planning, no nothing. Apart from speculations, not much is known about this heist, mostly because of minimal media coverage.

Banco Central, Fortaleza (2005), US$71 million

Northern Bank (2004), 26.5 million

The Regalia of the Order of Saint Patrick was one of Ireland’s most prized possessions. Most of the gold has not been recovered, and it is speculated that almost all of it was melted off and put into consumer circulation. He was caught when he tried to sell the chips online.

It is incredibly frustrating when you have people that rob you after you’ve placed all your trust in them. And even if they kept everything clean, there were very few ways they could have laundered the money. Blood had to flatten the Crown to hide it under his clothes, and cut down the Sceptre and Orb to make them fit into the small bag.

When the King heard of this, he ordered the crown officials to search for the valuables. It’s not certain exactly who robbed it, or how many robbed it, or where the gold went. This included the Central Bank of Iraq. Her co-workers took some out to fill an ATM and told her to get the van out in the back of the casino. After his ‘talk’ with the King, he was not only pardoned, but was given a land in Ireland and 500 a year

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