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17,324.  It was a brutal and audacious bank robbery using the maximum threat of violence and death.  It sent shock waves around the world just days before Christmas in 2004 the theft of £26.5 took place from the headquarters of the Northern Bank in Belfast Northern Ireland.  (Gangstas & Banks & Belfast)  Britain’s Biggest Heists s1e9: The Northern Bank Robbery, 2011

 

17,325.  Two employees and their families were abducted and held hostage by a criminal gang who threatened them with violence and death.  (Gangstas & Banks & Belfast)  ibid.

 

17,326.  Following the raid the Northern Bank announced that it would take the drastic step to withdraw all its bank notes.  (Gangstas & Banks & Belfast)  ibid.

 

 

17,327.  Too many things point it having been the IRA.  One is the manner of taking people hostage ... Second is the scale of the thing.  (Gangstas & Banks & Belfast)  Professor Richard English, author The History of the IRA

 

 

17,328.  Killer of Belfast Architect Still at Large.  The Fall I starring Gillian Anderson & Jamie Dornan & Laura Donnelly & Ben Peel et al, BBC 2013, online headline

 

17,329.  I’ve done things.  Bad things.  In the past.  Really bad things.  (Gangstas & Do)  ibid.  main man

 

 

17,330.  There’s a dead female.  And it looks suspicious.  The Fall II, female rozzer

 

 

17,331.  This is Belfast.  Make time.  The Fall III, head rozzer to Anderson

 

17,332.  It’s all part of the fantasy.  The fantasy that sustains him between killings.  It’s about power and control and the thrill ... He’s creating his own pornography.  (Gangstas & Control & Fantasy)  ibid.  Anderson to team

 

 

17,333.  Do you have any idea of the effect you have on me?  The Fall IV, him rozzer to her rozzer

 

 

17,334.  The blood’s very fresh.  And there’s a lot of it.  (Gangstas & Blood)  The Fall V, CSI rozzer

 

17,335.  I have something terrible to confess: I’ve been having an affair.  (Gangstas & Affair)  ibid.  husband to wife

 

17,336.  You sick fuck.  ibid.  wife to husband

 

17,337.  He feels their pain acutely.  It’s just that he gets pleasure from it.  (Gangstas & Pain)  ibid.  Anderson  

 

 

31,869.  The worst gang of serial killers in British history.  A gang that gruesomely lived up to their name: the Shankill Butchers.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  Shankhill Butchers

 

31,870.  How did the Shankill Butchers get away with it for so long?  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

31,871.  1972 saw the highest death toll of the Troubles in one year: nearly 500 people were killed.  In January Bloody Sunday was seared into the memory.  Horror followed upon horror.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

31,872.  Power struggles between the UDA and the UVF were rampant.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

31,873.  In June 1973 [Lenny] Murphy was acquitted of the Pavis murder ... He set up his own unit ... He was determined to unleash a level of sectarian savagery never before seen in Northern Ireland.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid. 

 

31,874.  The killers were dubbed the Shankill Butchers.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

31,875.  Victim number five was another Catholic randomly targeted at night within a square mile of Millfield.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

31,876.  With nineteen murders between them they were at the time the most prolific serial killers in British history.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

31,877.  In November 1982 murder caught up with Lenny Murphy: he was shot in Glencairne.  (Northern Ireland & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

31,878.  Nineteen people died at the hands of the Shankill Butchers ... They used the Troubles for what they did.  ibid.

 

31,879.  All of the convicted Shankill Butchers have been released from jail.  ibid.

 

31,880.  ‘The barbarism savours of Jack the Ripper butchery.’  ibid.  Thomas Passmore, ex Orange Order leader

 

 

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17,347.  High Voltage Drama.  BBC Play for Today 1975: Gangsters, writer Philip Martin, starring Maurice Colbourne & Ahmed Khalil & Elizabeth Cassidy & Saeed Jaffrey & Alibe Parsons & Paul Barber & Robert Lee et al, opening caption

 

17,348.  Revenge: Blood on blood?  Death on death?  On and on?  No.  (Gangstas: Birmingham & Revenge)  ibid.  Maurice

 

17,349.  The so-called Asian Mafia.  ibid.  News reporter

 

17,350.  I know everything in this city, me.  Everything in Brum that moves, breathes or speaks I know about it, and how to profit from it.  ibid.  Rawlinson

 

17,351.  Why should we jeopardise all this for the sake of killing this one Kline fellow?  ibid.  Aslam to Rawlinson

 

 

17,352.  Incident One ... Judge Brian Bush said not long ago that Birmingham is in danger of becoming synonymous with corruption.  Gangsters s1e1 BBC 1975-1978 starring Maurice Colbourne & Adhmed Khalil & Elizabeth Cassidy & Saeed Jaffrey & Alibe Parsons & Paul Barber & Robert Lee et al, writer Philip Martin, directors Alastair Reid & Roger Tucker & Kenneth Ives, adapted from Play For Today

 

17,353.  Your friend Rawlinson – I came to the conclusion after much patient observation that he was a front man for a consortium of investors who had put the money gained from corruption to work in the underworld of Midlands crime.  But I’ve convinced they exist and hold positions of power.  ibid.  Khan

 

17,354.  Show them the fur and hear them purr.  ibid.  Dermot, strip-joint owner

 

17,355.  The man wants two things – my money and your life.  ibid.  Dermot to Malleson

 

 

17,356.  Ever since I came out of the nick I’ve been running.  Gangsters 1e2, Kline to Dermot, with Khan

 

17,357.  Every sonofabitch had better learn to take the word – from me!  ibid.

 

17,358.  I’d sooner trust my balls to a barracuda.  ibid.

 

17,359.  This multiracial conglomerate.  ibid.  Aslam

 

 

17,360.  Those nig-nogs and stupid paddies!  Gangsters s1e3, Kuldip in car  

 

17,361.  Crime is no longer a matter of busting heads and blowing up banks; crime now is too subtle, too complex, too creative an activity to be left in the bungling hands of the common criminal.  (Gangstas & Crime)  ibid.  Rafiq to Kuldip

 

17,362.  Take one orgasm – one – and multiply it a thousand times and that’s what H does for me.  (Gangstas & Heroin)  ibid.  Anne to Kline

 

 

17,363.  It’s gotta stop.  And I’m gonna do it how?  Heroin OD, right?  You fill the hype, then you find the vein, then you insert the needle into the thin brown arm.  (Gangstas & Heroin)  Gangsters s1e4  

 

17,364.  I need something to justify your remaining at liberty.  (Gangstas & Liberty)  ibid.  Khan to Kline

 

 

17,365.  Leave Malleson to me.  Gangsters s1e5, Kline to Sarah

 

17,366.  You don’t realise what we’re into: people double-cross, lie, cheat, steal, kill for just a speck of the stash we’re carrying.  ibid.  Sarah to Kline

 

 

17,367.  When do we rip off Malleson?  Gangsters s1e6, CIA woman to Kline   

 

17,368.  I’m not going back inside.  ibid.  Malleson

 

17,369.  Sir George?  Might I interrupt your proceedings.  ibid.  Khan with rozzers

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