50 Million heist

jambazim

Village Elder
#1
I think we are now on another level. No shots fired, money missing. Maybe on Saturday, maybe Sunday. Who knows.

I think i should change the series i am watching or change my friends. :D:D:D.
 

Quanstrom

Village Elder
#5
Those guys had a solid plan and executed it to perfection ..
People saw their faces. From witness reports i.e adjacent tenants, they were more than 5 guys who had rented the premises. 5 guys (at least) with 10 million each, are pretty easy to find because one of them MUST mess up and reveal the identities, and possibly locations of the rest. A robbery involving five or more people is less than ideal, unless they were not Kenyan citizens. If they are Ugandan or Tanzanian for instance, they can drive into the sunset once they cross the border.
 

jambazim

Village Elder
#6
People saw their faces. From witness reports i.e adjacent tenants, they were more than 5 guys who had rented the premises. 5 guys (at least) with 10 million each, are pretty easy to find because one of them MUST mess up and reveal the identities, and possibly locations of the rest. A robbery involving five or more people is less than ideal, unless they were not Kenyan citizens. If they are Ugandan or Tanzanian for instance, they can drive into the sunset once they cross the border.
I dont approve what they did but i admire how they did it.
 

Quanstrom

Village Elder
#7
I dont approve what they did but i admire how they did it.
50 million divided more than 5 ways is a rookie move unless you are not a Kenyan citizen and all your accomplices aren't Kenyans too. However, their method was flawless and it would have made business sense if they had left with like 250 million, not 50 million.
 

Shemeji_x

Village Elder
#14
50 million divided more than 5 ways is a rookie move unless you are not a Kenyan citizen and all your accomplices aren't Kenyans too. However, their method was flawless and it would have made business sense if they had left with like 250 million, not 50 million.
Maybe they didn't know what amount they would find . Also in such scenarios the big stacks come with much more risk ie vault security and other technicalities so maybe it made sense by their analysis.
 
#16
what robbery are you talking about? that's burglary or breaking & entry, which in law are less serious.
Burglary (also called breaking and entering [1] and sometimes housebreaking )[2] is an unlawful entry into a building or other location for the purposes of committing an offence...However, if theft is committed during unlawful entering, then a person is guilty of theft or aggravated theft depending on the circumstances of the felony.
 

Mzee mzima

Village Sponsor
#17
People saw their faces. From witness reports i.e adjacent tenants, they were more than 5 guys who had rented the premises. 5 guys (at least) with 10 million each, are pretty easy to find because one of them MUST mess up and reveal the identities, and possibly locations of the rest. A robbery involving five or more people is less than ideal, unless they were not Kenyan citizens. If they are Ugandan or Tanzanian for instance, they can drive into the sunset once they cross the border.
50 million divided more than 5 ways is a rookie move unless you are not a Kenyan citizen and all your accomplices aren't Kenyans too. However, their method was flawless and it would have made business sense if they had left with like 250 million, not 50 million.
You keep repeating the same shiet, are you @M2Random perhaps?
 

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