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    Robbery: The Victims and Offenders Julio M. Guerrero Tarleton State University DISPATCH: “Attention all units, Attention all units. A robbery just occurred at the Chase bank. Suspect is armed and dangerous. Suspect left the scene in a small car heading south.” UNIT: “Clear dispatch. Show me heading to Chase bank. Any other description?” DISPATCH: “Male suspect, approximately five feet ten inches, wearing all black and a ski mask. Suspect displayed a firearm, silver in color.” In large cities or small suburban towns, this seems to be a typical radio transmission that can occur on any given day. In the scenario above, the Chase Bank employees were lucky that the suspect did not fire his gun. According to the Texas Penal Code,…

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    well as show that the government was corrupt and evil. They felt as if the government was against the common man by oppressing their freedoms. That being said the Alpha Job did not turn out the way it was planned. Now let's look at how each offender and witness played a role in Alpha Job. Alpha is more than likely the leader group and the individual who planned the bank robbery. Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, and Echo are charged with a whole list of crimes under South Carolina state law. Echo…

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    Aladdin is one of many popular disney classics. A young boy living in a poor area who gets into trouble quite often and eventually falls in love with a beautiful princess. Ed, the main character of I am The Messenger, is first introduced with being a hostage at a bank robbery. Ed eventually becomes the city hero by shooting and catching the robber. Ed is in love with his best friend, Audrey, but never takes any chances. In this journal, I will be predicting, questioning, and evaluating the…

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    Brink Bank Failure

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    On January 17, 1950 eleven thief’s planned and robbed the Brinks bank in Boston Massachusetts. An overall of 2.7 million dollars was stolen, 1,218,211.29 dollars were stolen in cash and 1,557,183.83 stolen in orders and checks (Federal Bureau of Investigation). For the thieves the mission was a success. There were many factors that contributed to the success of the robbery. The team had planned the robbery for a year until perfected. They went through many rehearsals. This required equipment, a…

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    Bonnie And Clyde Taboos

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    robbers Bonnie and Clyde. Arthur Penn directed what was consider a land mark film since it broke so many film taboos, starring Warren Beatty, as Clyde Barrow, and Faye Dunaway, as Bonnie Parker. The Film also won a bunch of awards such as the Academy Award for Best Picture and Actor(Wikipedia). Clyde Barrow, recently out of prison, has turned to bank robbery. He meets Bonnie Parker and together the two form the nucleus of a gang of bank robbers who terrorize the southwest in the 1920s. Based on…

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    If you manage to come out of a robbery safe and sound after you averted a theft, the way Blake did in scenario 2, your employer could fire you for violating company policy. In fact, your employee doesn’t need a reason to fire you if you’re an at-will employee. Employment-at-will can be exercised by any employer on any employee. According to Bredeson (2012), “Most employees in America are employees-at-will, which means that they can be fired at any time, for almost any reason.” While…

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    Robbery is a crime that has a long history and difficult to prevent and prosecute. It is a serious crime and can happen to anyone. Every day there are people who experience something valuable taken from them and have that feeling of vulnerability. Even though it is difficult to completely prevent a robbery, law enforcement is continuing to try and improve the security of an individual or company’s property. Citizen reports are essential for policing efforts in stopping robberies. Police…

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    describes this felony crime. These words tells us that people are doing these things for fun, but it's not. Taking something that is not yours? That's robbery. Shoplifting? Burglary? Theft? Breaking and Entering? These are all things that represents robbery. Our community has been threatened by robbers, burglars, thieves, and shoplifters. This is what robbery is. It is pointless to do, a foolish thing to do be exact; and we need to stand up and do the right thing. Robbery has been in our…

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    On January 17th, 1950, a group of eleven thieves perfectly timed, planned and choreographed one of the most well known robberies. These eleven individuals stole more than two million dollars from the Brinks Armored Car depot located in Boston. As it hit news headlines everywhere, it instantly became the perfect crime and robbery. The suspects were caught a few days before the statute of limitations. Tony Pino was the director and mastermind of the theft and Joe McGinnis assembled the group…

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    used firearms put some effort into planning their crime and were likely to have investigated in advance the security arrangements of their chosen target. These offenders also claimed to have given some thought to the possibility of being caught and the likely sentence if convicted. Indeed, these researchers portrayed the gun robber as a "top-of-the-range" criminal” (1996, p. 161). Where as, other researchers have concluded other findings. It was also noted, however, by Kapardis (1988) and Haran…

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