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Antwerp Diamond Heist

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Antwerp Diamond Heist

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Date: Saturday - February 20, 2010
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Greg Campbell, Nick Pope

Ian Punnett was joined by best-selling author Greg Campbell, who discussed how a skilled band of Italian thieves expertly cased an ultra-secure building in Antwerp (Belgium), a town loaded with security cameras, and managed to pull off the largest diamond heist in history.

In the first hour, UFO expert Nick Pope commented on the newly-released UFO files from the British Ministry of Defense (article).

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