As part of Carr Hill’s ‘We are Reading Challenge’ we have created a number of 'student author’ posts. The work of our student authors will regularly be shared on the website, in editions of our school magazine and other communication channels. In the next of our student author contributions Year 10 Benjamin shares the next chapter of his story-The Assassin’s Last Victims; Part Seven. Thank you, Benjamin.
A few days later, him and Tamara had changed her whole apartment to a heist planning stage room like the white room from Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol. Tamara had setup a business easel with a floor plan to an open glass jewelry room. It was as large as a football stadium and as expensive as the Louvre museum in France, which is worth $10.5 billion dollars. It also had a couple of photos of hackers, drivers, gunmen and explosive experts. They all had some things in common, a prison record and a price to hire. A group of them were Serbian jewelry robbers and has robbed over 15 stores in the past year. There group were called the Pink Panthers and they are linked to the Kim Kardashian Heist in Paris, France.
Tamara’s job in the heist was to be the Smooth Operator, the person who tends to be "on top of things", and is usually in control of any given situation, and he was the Mastermind of the crew. They needed to find gunmen, a hacker and two drivers. Their target was Roberto Coin a bohemian jewelry store, it was worth $2.5 million but they weren’t there for that because at their special evening event was a young descendant from Mayer Amschel Rothschild. The richest family in the world worth up to $1 trillion and she was wearing a necklace worth $150 million.
Their plan was that Tamara was going to be planning on visiting the gallery open evening in disguise as Alice Walton, who is the daughter of Sam Walton, CEO of Walmart. All she needs to do is pretend to have an American accent and just scope out the area. He was going to be the one inside the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van, hacking into the security system. Alexis Flores was the hired gunman for 25% of the target, $37.5 million dollars. Alexis’s job was to kidnap Alice Walton and take the necklace then eliminate her for good.
There was a young gentle waiter, who looks like a 37-year-old man from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The waiter stood with what looked like a mini touch screen computer ready to take his order. As we spoke, she deftly tapped the screen to transmit the order straight to the kitchen, then he beamed at Alexis with the enthusiasm of someone new to the job and asked if he could get him any drinks. Alexis responded, “Yes get me a shot of Jack Daniels whiskey, now!” The waiter stuttered for a moment then headed off. Alexis hit the waiter in the back of his head and killed him.