Monday, July 25, 2016

Tiger Kidnapping – A Crime Brought to the World’s Attention in December 2004 but still relevant



Tiger Kidnapping In December 2004, the term Tiger Kidnapping, which probably didn’t mean a lot to most people, hit the headlines following the Northern Bank robbery in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In what was at that time the largest cash robbery in UK history, 2 members of Bank staff and their families were kidnapped by a terrorist group, the Provisional IRA and forced to hand over GBP26.5 million. The kidnapping attracted worldwide media interest as television crews and their satellite uplink vehicles camped outside Northern Bank head office. This was not the first Tiger Kidnapping...

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