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Just how accurate is GTA V when it comes to the game’s crazy heist missions? Former jewel thief, Larry Lawton, breaks down the possibility of this jewelery heist and what exactly Michael de Santa did wrong.

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I do not condone any of the negative behavior described. I have learned from the mistakes I have made and do not wish for anyone to recreate or attempt any of the events described.
I do not condone any of the negative behavior described. I have learned from the mistakes I have made and do not wish for anyone to recreate or attempt any of the events described.

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37 thoughts on “Former Jewel Thief Reviews GTA V Jewel Heist

  1. I am so confused.. What is happening right now?? Why is this guy Larry outing himself as a criminal? Why are we watching this? Why is this okay? Also.. this is kinda cool.. but also like.. what? I have so many thoughts and feelings right now.. I'm conflicted by this video…

  2. Breaking bad had purposely flawed science to discourage folks from cooking their own meth. I’m not saying that realistic robberies in GTA would lead to more attempted robberies but how many failed robberies do you hear about as is? Maybe having them not having more tips isn’t a bad thing? 😏

  3. Rockstar Games new opening:
    Job Title: Game Designer Consultant
    Requirements:
    – Planned at least 3 successful robberies
    – Hands-on experience with cold and warm weapons
    – Be able to work under stressful work conditions, for example, when you hear the cops coming
    Nice to have:
    – Spent 3+ years in prison (need to provide references)
    – Lock-picking skills
    – AutoCAD software (for robbery map rapid prototyping)

  4. "They would have been onto him in a minute, someone would see him"
    This rings so true, as a lot of fiction, though especially comic books, lighthearted movies or in this case videogames, omit that in reality people everywhere are quite observant and rarely simply behave like they couldn't see one. Everything, even something like "looking around" suspiciously (or zipping your pants, if you forgot), can easily draw attention.

  5. Hey bro, your robbery story’s are amazing that fact that you never got caught for a while. Have you got any free footage of yourself robbing a store? I’m not saying I’m going to rob lol I’ll never do that but I think it would be really fascinating to watch

  6. One thing he didn't mention, though it didn't happen in the game, you don't want to buy anything in the proximity of the place you are robbing, because they will canvas the area and people that were in the store can ID you. And if you do, pay in cash, because if you pay using a credit card, and they find the records, they WILL know your name, and they can track you. And also even though they shouldn't have talked, what they did right is during the robbery, they only used the Initials of the people, and didn't use their actual names. And like what Larry said, make sure to wear gloves, and be inconspicuous when casing the place. If the store gets suspicious of your actions they might add extra security to the place. The gloves are so you don't leave handprints, if the police find your handprints, you're as good as caught. And like Larry said, if you're doing a big score, and you don't one hundred percent trust the other people with you, then you should… Exterminate them because they might rat you out. I'm not an experienced robbery though, I have never robbed anything, so I could be wrong at some parts.

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