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Heist: سرقت، دزدی
Disable: از کار انداختن
Abseil: پایین کشیدن
Remind: یادآوری کردن
Yank sth open: یهو کشیدن (به هدف باز کردن)
Raid: حمله ناگهانی، هجوم آوردن
Target:هدف قرار دادن
Sneak through: دزدکی حرکت کردن
Old fashioned: قدیمی
Break into: با شکستن قفل وارد محلی شدن
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The Hatton Garden heist
Richard: we're talking about the Hatton
Jackie: Richard, what is Hatton Garden?
Richard: Hatton Garden is the centre of London's gem trade. It's full of
Jackie: Yes, it's the jewellery quarter, isn't it? And we use the word heist but
that just means...
Richard: Bank robbery.
Jackie: A robbery yeah.
Richard: So Jackie, what happened?
Jackie: Well, nine thieves raided a safe deposit facility and about 70 security
boxes were opened and they took millions of pounds worth of jewels, cash and other valuables.
Richard: Mmm, exciting stuff. So when did this happen, then?
Jackie: Well, interestingly over the Easter weekend because it's not really a
weekend. I mean the Easter weekend it's Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday as well.
Richard: So there was no one around for quite a long period of time.
Richard:That's a clue to what happened is it? How did they get in?
Jackie: Well, interestingly um... there was no forced entry into the building
so that suggests an inside job. They started on the second floor.
Jackie: Okay, so first of all they disabled the lift and then they abseiled
down the lift shaft into the basement.
Richard: and then how did they get in to the…
Jackie: Well, once they got down to the bottom obviously there's those
metal shutters across... across the lift. They yanked those open and then in front of them, was the wall...
Richard: ...to the vault.
Jackie: To the vault.
Richard: And how did they get through that, then?
Jackie: 50cm wall.
Richard: Right, half a metre thick.
Richard: Reinforced concrete, I suppose.
Jackie: Absolutely. They used a heavy duty drill which was, Richard, listen to
this, diamond tipped.
Richard: A diamond tipped drill to get into the diamond vault.
Jackie: And it took several hours.
Richard: Sounds just like a movie.
Jackie: Exactly, exactly. They made a number of holes so that eventually,
um...they had a... an area of 25cm by 45cm for them to climb through.
Richard: So they came through, a very small gap, they sneaked through,
presumably had another drill to open the safe deposit boxes.
Jackie: They had all sorts of things with them to open 72 of the 1000 boxes.
Richard: Mmm, so do you think they targeted those 72?
Jackie: I don't know, there are a number of questions. Why they only opened
72 is one of them, why the police failed to respond to an alarm from the building that went off while the gang were trying to break into... into the vaults. And also I'm not quite sure how they left either.
Richard: Wow. Exciting stuff.
Jackie: You mentioned the movie thing, Richard, its like one of those old
fashioned bank robberies.
Richard: Its the ingenuity of the bank robbers, isn't it?
Jackie: Yeah, yeah, it's Ocean's 9.
Richard: I was going to say it reminds me of Ocean's 11 and of course you've
got the debonair lead, George Clooney.
Jackie: Nine different people with different roles to play no doubt.
Jackie: And also I think there was little empathy, or there has been little
empathy for the people who...
Richard: Who were robbed.
Jackie: Who were robbed.
Richard: Because they were very rich presumably, or are very rich.
Jackie: No real harm was done except against the rich and people think,
rightly or wrongly, that they can afford to lose whatever they had in their boxes. So Mr. Clooney, how about coming to London for a few weeks to do some filming?
'...people think, rightly or wrongly, that they can afford to lose whatever they had in their boxes.' Do you think that, too?