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  • This is Larry Line, and he's an ex jewel thief.

  • Thief was a robber thief.

  • Sounds like he went in that person's house.

  • And Rob, I just want with a gun, right?

  • Larry's a former career criminal once considered the biggest jewel thief in the United States in seven years.

  • I rob between 15 and $18 million then served 12 years in federal prison, and today I'm gonna break down what's right.

  • Enroll in some of Hollywood's great movie heists.

  • We're about to watch a lot of crimes in movies, but let me be very clear.

  • I am in no way endorsing or encouraging crime in any way.

  • I'm an ex criminal, and now I work with police agencies to prevent crime.

  • So I want that to be known right off the bat.

  • Let's look at some clips.

  • The bank robbery.

  • Stay down.

  • We want to hurt No one way here for the bank's money, not your money.

  • Your money is insured by the federal government.

  • When Robert Dinero takes control and tries to calm everybody down by telling them that their money's insured, he's right.

  • It's just like with the robberies that I committed the people's jewelry was insured, so they got their money.

  • It wasn't the people who you're robbing that we're getting robbed.

  • The real people are, the insurance companies are losing the money.

  • And again, I'm not gonna say it was right.

  • It's wrong, but it's not their stuff.

  • They're losing.

  • Most of the people I rob did not hate me because they actually sold their whole store.

  • One shot for insurance At one time, the feds couldn't get the jewelry store.

  • People say anything bad against They got a couple, but the guy shot me.

  • Okay, now the things that stuck out right away on this Clippers.

  • How much do you think that money ways cash is King.

  • You'd like to rob cash, but cash is heavy.

  • They're flinging around that cash like like its feathers.

  • That cash is heavy.

  • It's a gram per bill.

  • Each one of those bags is £70 they're running through the streets like it's a £10 bag.

  • You know, it's totally unrealistic.

  • That's part of that struck out of me right away.

  • Cash is Evie.

  • That's why people come rob a lot more and diamonds.

  • You could get a diamond worth $100,000 that is the size of Ah, a penny.

  • You know why cash is king?

  • Because you don't have to deal with offense.

  • Offense is a middleman.

  • Offenses the guy you take, whatever stolen object you have.

  • You get cash from that person for that stolen item, and he then gets rid of it so you'd have a fence for diamonds.

  • You'd have a fence for VCR's.

  • You can have events, fence for clothes.

  • Whatever you steal.

  • You had need a fence.

  • Not with cash.

  • Cash is King Thomas Crown.

  • What you're seeing here is a mega millionaire stealing a $1,000,000 in the Thomas Crown affair.

  • What does he do?

  • He robs our Why does he rob art?

  • Because he knows art.

  • So he knew that foul this'll painting is considered to be the first Impressionist work in history.

  • It's worth 100 million bucks in my own career.

  • I knew about diamonds.

  • Why?

  • Because I went to the G I institute under the table to know what I was doing.

  • The G I institute is the Gemological Institute of America.

  • They actually show you howto grey diamond rate diamonds actually give them what they call a birth certificate.

  • So understanding what you're robbing is more important sometimes the robbery itself.

  • Why would I rob something?

  • Not know the value of it?

  • Morning, Mr.

  • Okay, Back in the Thomas Crown affair, he gets very tight with everybody, and that's very common cause.

  • When I did my robberies, I ended up getting tight with the owner or the sales person in that jewelry store.

  • They didn't know who I waas, but they got tight with me.

  • They started talking about the place, and I would end up even sometimes asking to use the bathroom in the back.

  • And it's a sure I walked in the back and know everything about the store where the cameras were.

  • What I don't like about what I'm seeing in this clip is he's robbing for fun.

  • He's getting a thrill.

  • I've known people who are very wealthy, who wants something, but they don't do it themselves.

  • They hire other people to do it.

  • You're trying to imply that I had something to do with that painting trying away.

  • But would you go?

  • If you were worth $10 million?

  • Would you go rob something?

  • If you've got 10 million in your house, What are you gonna rob another 1,000,000 for go to prison.

  • It just doesn't make sense.

  • Thrilled off more?

  • That's $100,000 on the goddamn golf swing.

  • Beautiful Saturday morning, John.

  • I had an opportunity to rob millions of dollars in Rembrandts and Picassos and I couldn't get two cents on the dollar.

  • That means if I robbed the $1,000,000 picture, I couldn't get $20,000.

  • People don't understand when you robbed things, rob something you get rid of.

  • If I rob right now a truckload of apple watches, I could get rid of him tomorrow.

  • If I robbed a truckload of Picasso's How am I gonna get rid of him?

  • Can I take the apple watches over the Picassos any day?

  • It's not worth it.

  • You have to be able to sell it.

  • The only way you could do something like that is fine.

  • Some of them want something specific.

  • You set a price for it and then steal it other than and stay away.

  • You're better off Robin hubcaps.

  • That's the truth.

  • The Italian job.

  • Four.

  • Oh, stealing a safe is not unrealistic.

  • In fact, I knew many people used to take chains and pulled a TM machines right out of banks.

  • Take a big heavy truck or even take a bulldozer, rob the bulldoze and literally take a safe right out.

  • Throw in the back of a four by four, and they're often gone.

  • So here's what I love about this scene.

  • Great timing, Great misdirection.

  • Mr X is when you send police or people or whoever it is toe another area, so you have time to do what you're going to do in your area.

  • In fact, I use misdirection.

  • Some of my robberies.

  • I would actually like malt off cocktails at the end of the other end of Amore town and cops, and everybody's going towards that.

  • And that's misdirection.

  • So I know I have more time in the robbery itself.

  • So that's done very well in this movie with misdirection when the safe was through the floor, Theo.

  • But guards Aaron, the idiots or they're in on it because £3000 safe going to two floors, it's not gonna end up in a 21 foot boat flying through a canal, you know, in this clip, also, its timing timing is everything.

  • And knowing when and where people are gonna be in come to the place is important.

  • All right, So how do you do that?

  • It's easy way to do that.

  • You can light their alarm.

  • Oh, if you could start a little fire or something, right next would throw a brick through a window within a warm and see if they'll how long it takes the police to come there.

  • That's called a false alarm.

  • But you still going to get a response time?

  • I used to know how many police cars that place at him, how many copter on you can call the notice eyes at a police department and just do the numbers.

  • So now if they have 21 patrol divisions, you probably have three shifts.

  • So at the most, you're gonna have a seven cop cars in any given area.

  • So how do you know a cop's not patrolling in that area right then and there And you do?

  • The company shows up in 10 seconds, 20 seconds because he's right there.

  • You better know where the cops are, is where you go to misdirection.

  • You know, in this movie, right in the beginning, right after the Italian job, get away and they're out somewhere celebrating and one character kills the rest of the people.

  • Steve, what the hell are you doing?

  • But a few plans of my own.

  • And in reality, that is Mork common Or would happen with that kind of money.

  • How many times do I have to tell you?

  • I trust everyone.

  • I just don't trust the devil inside a great movie.

  • But why don't you just go with these guys in there?

  • Knock on the door, Get in there.

  • Somehow they were in the floor below.

  • They were painting some dynamite on the on the walls.

  • You can't get into the top four.

  • Come on.

  • That Listen, I rob me.

  • I used to rob drug dealers.

  • I used to tie them all up, would walk out with a $1,000,000 in cash and the dope.

  • So I mean and I was a bad guy all around, But I don't do that anymore.

  • Let's take a look at the movie snatch.

  • Theo.

  • What we're seeing here is four men walking in dresses, Hasidic Jews to rob a hole.

  • So I knew a guy who did this.

  • He dressed up as acidic Jew here in Brooklyn and then robbed the people who take their diamonds to temple.

  • The blessing thes four guys go in through a buzz door.

  • The buzzer doors were good for me, the professional criminal not for the smash and grab when I went into a buzz door.

  • I was never surprised after that, because I would end up busting the person in and taking them down.

  • You don't want someone just walking in and then walking out in those buzzers.

  • You also have the buzz out.

  • Once you're in there, your mind.

  • You can't even run out of the store.

  • It buzzes.

  • It locks.

  • That is that stone.

  • They're looking for a specific diamond, and if you notice it's not in the safe, a lot of times of specific diamond or very high end stuff might be in a full, full board or a safe that's hidden in a drawer.

  • It does not have to be in the actual safe itself.

  • A lot of times, that's the jewelry owners trying to not put all their eggs in one basket.

  • So if that safety get robbed, maybe that higher end stuff doesn't get robbed because a lot of people don't know that.

  • But when you case a store, you'll figure that out.

  • This clip was actually very, very realistic.

  • There's not much wrong except they will all carry their own gun.

  • I didn't see why they were all four guns on one guy that made no sense.

  • They're walking in as it is.

  • So one guy goes off, hits a buzzer, they're gonna pat him down.

  • Anyway, What I don't like about what I'm seeing in this clip is how they used violence in all of my robberies.

  • I've never used violence that need to.

  • In robberies, you don't need to use violence, You need intimidation and it's wrong.

  • I want to emphasize that I didn't hurt anybody in a robbery, but I scared people, and that's wrong.

  • So I gave scarred them sometimes for life, which is wrong.

  • But I never had to physically hurt somebody ever in a robbery.

  • Ocean's 11.

  • So there's a couple of things this movie does really well.

  • Casing the joint, getting inside information, first task, reconnaissance, everything that's going on in all three casinos, from the rotation of the dealers, the path of every cash card.

  • I wanna know everything about every guard, every watcher, anyone with a security pass casing, the joint is when you take the whole entire left, you're going to do and get every detail when you know that the sun comes up and his glare on the window at a specific time.

  • When you know when the mailman comes by when the most people are going to be in the place, what time they open, where they park their cars?

  • When I was casing jewelry stores, I wouldn't know what time the sun come up.

  • So I get the maximum glare so nobody can look in casing.

  • A joint encompasses total control of the robbery, and you could see in this clip that doing exactly that.

  • You could see they have inside information they have a dealer who knows the ins and outs of that casino is watching at all times.

  • When you get inside information, you might have to do it a couple of ways in the clip you're looking at, the girl got money.

  • Thanks, but in reality it will be blackmail.

  • And that's what usually gets people when you blackmail somebody.

  • It's not just about getting the dirt on him.

  • It's getting dirt that's gonna hurt somebody.

  • And that's what's important, because money will get somebody motivated on Lee so much.

  • But blackmail will keep him quiet forever.

  • In reality of a reward came out.

  • A person who just did something for X amount of dollars can get more money by telling everybody what really happened.

  • But if the person was blackmailed, you got them forever, and it could be really something as small as gambling or it could be something sexual.

  • But once you haven't told Black now it's more powerful than money in the Ocean's 11 movies, all of them the ocean movies.

  • There's just too many people involved.

  • You'd need at least a dozen guys doing a combination of cons.

  • When you have 12 people directly know about what's going on, there's gonna be a snitch somewhere, and they're going to get the reward also.

  • So even on a maga money, if you have 40 $50 million you split it up 12 ways and they come up with a $5 million reward.

  • You could get more money by snitching, and the snitch is somebody's going to snitch somewhere along the line, or somebody was in bed with their life, and he told him what's going on?

  • And the wife doesn't like him anymore.

  • When I was robbing, nobody knew who my fence waas, and that's important.

  • I did that on purpose.

  • So if anything happened, nobody can get to the next person.

  • Even my own crow didn't know what I was doing.

  • A ce faras where the money was coming from.

  • Who, how we will get rid of the diamonds and that's important in this clip.

  • Here, everybody knows everything, and that wouldn't happen in your life, never the less people that know the better.

  • And that's how robbery should go.

  • You know, have I haven't thought about robbing casinos?

  • I think I I thought about Robert everything.

  • If you did, anything in this movie would cut down amount of people and you might get into the cages.

  • But if you ever notice any casino where the cages are there in the center of the casino, away from any exits, so there's no way you can get into them, believe me, I look, let's take a look at a robbery gone wrong in hell or high water.

  • There's no money, it's in sight, and I got the code.

  • Prove it.

  • What you're looking at this clip is two brothers who rob a bank in a rural town early in the morning.

  • Are you guilty of right now is being stupid.

  • Just leave and that's all.

  • A little bit woman is actually given him some gruff back, and you would see that people react to robberies in different ways.

  • Some people cry.

  • Some people laugh.

  • Some people curse you out.

  • Some people stay silent.

  • You have all different reactions.

  • You see these guys use gloves.

  • I used gloves.

  • Or you can also use Krazy Glue and literally cover your fingertips and Krazy Glue.

  • And then you don't have any gloves, and you won't get prints out either.

  • Also, they didn't cover their eyes.

  • If you haven't noticed somebody really rob something.

  • If they put pantyhose over their head, it disfigures their whole entire face, and you could still see.

  • But you couldn't describe a person's eyes.

  • If you left your eyes open, a person will look right into your eyes and they'll recognize those eyes again.

  • And it's a quick this guy.

  • Wham!

  • Put it right over your head and you're gone and nobody can recognize you're done.