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He suspected others were well hidden. He attempted to chat up the assistant librarian but got little in return. He jokingly asked if he could see the original manuscript for This Side of Paradise. The assistant librarian offered a smug grin and said that would not be possible. We accompanied him down to the vault and gave him a look.
Only our head librarian is allowed to do so, and only with special gloves. We have many other samples of later reviews. He opened his briefcase, took out a notepad, and seemed ready to pounce on everything laid on the table. Half an hour later, with Manchin deep in his work, the assistant librarian excused himself and disappeared. For the benefit of the cameras, Manchin never looked up.
He took a wrong turn here and another one there, got himself lost, and eased through Collections, avoiding contact with anyone. There were surveillance cameras everywhere. He doubted that anyone at that moment was watching the footage, but it could certainly be retrieved if needed.
He found an elevator, avoided it, and took the nearby stairs. The first level below was similar to the ground floor.
Manchin backed away and retraced his steps. When he returned to his workroom, the assistant was waiting. Several times he wandered off, poking around, looking, measuring, and memorizing. Manchin returned three weeks later and he was no longer pretending to be a professor. He was clean shaven, his hair was colored a sandy blond, he wore fake eyeglasses with red frames, and he carried a bogus student card with a photo. In real life his name was Mark and his occupation, if one could call it that, was professional thievery.
High-dollar, world-class, elaborately planned smash-and-grab jobs that specialized in art and rare artifacts that could be sold back to the desperate victims for ransom. His was a gang of five, led by Denny, a former Army Ranger who had turned to crime after being kicked out of the military. So far, Denny had not been caught and had no record; nor did Mark. However, two of the others did. Trey had two convictions and two escapes, his last the year before from a federal prison in Ohio.
The setup was perfect. There were only five manuscripts, all handwritten, all in one place. And to Princeton they were priceless. The fifth member of the team preferred to work at home. He worked from his basement in Buffalo and had never been caught or arrested. He left no trails. His 5 percent would come off the top. The other four would take the rest in equal shares. Their fake student IDs had worked perfectly; not a single eyebrow had been raised.
He lifted a panel in the ceiling above the toilet, tossed up his student backpack, and settled in for a few hours of hot and cramped waiting.
Mark picked the lock of the main mechanical room on the first level of the basement and waited for alarms. Jerry found a spot in a study carrel hidden among rows of stacked tiers holding books that had not been touched in decades.
Trey was drifting around the campus, dressed like a student, lugging his backpack, scoping out places for his bombs. The library closed at midnight. The four team members, as well as Ahmed in his basement in Buffalo, were in radio contact. Denny, the leader, announced at At He saw the same surveillance cameras he had seen the previous week. He took the unwatched stairs to the second floor, ducked into a coed restroom, and locked himself in a stall. He set a delayed starter and hid it behind the toilet.
He left the restroom, went to the third floor, and set another bomb in an empty shower stall. As he scrambled down the stairwell, the explosions boomed through the air. Seconds later, both smoke bombs erupted, sending thick clouds of rancid fog into the hallways. As Trey left the building he heard the first wave of panicked voices.
Jerry, sitting in the dark study carrel in the library, made a similar call from his prepaid cell phone. Soon, calls were pouring in as panic gripped the campus. It took a few dumbstruck seconds for the officer in charge to push the right buttons, but when she did, sirens began wailing.
Every Princeton student, professor, administrator, and employee received a text and e-mail alert. All doors were to be closed and locked. All buildings were to be secured. Jerry made another call to and reported that two students had been shot. Smoke boiled out of McCarren Hall. Trey dropped three more smoke bombs into trash cans. A few students ran through the smoke as they went from building to building, not sure where exactly the safe places were.
Campus security and the City of Princeton police raced onto the scene, followed closely by half a dozen fire trucks. Then ambulances. The first of many patrol cars from the New Jersey State Police arrived. Trey left his backpack at the door of an office building, then called to report how suspicious it looked. The timer on the last smoke bomb inside the backpack was set to go off in ten minutes, just as the demolition experts would be staring at it from a distance.
Smoke everywhere. Tons of cops. Go for it. For good measure, Mark, now wearing night vision goggles, pulled the main cutoff switch in the mechanical room. He waited and held his breath, then breathed easier when the backup generator did not engage. There was an active gunman on the loose.
There was no time to worry about other alarms. Jerry had spent two nights inside the Firestone Library in the past week and was confident there were no guards stationed within the building while it was closed.
During the night, a uniformed officer walked around the building once or twice, shined his flashlight at the doors, and kept walking. A marked patrol car made its rounds too, but it was primarily concerned with drunk students. Generally, the campus was like any other—dead between the hours of 1: Trey reported to his gang that the scene was total chaos with cops scrambling about, SWAT boys throwing on their gear, sirens screaming, radios squawking, and a million red and blue emergency lights flashing.
Smoke hung by the trees like a fog. A helicopter could be heard hovering somewhere close. Total chaos. Denny, Jerry, and Mark hustled through the dark and took the stairs down to the basement under Special Collections. At the third and final level down, they stopped at a thick metal door, blacked out the surveillance cameras, and waited for Ahmed and his magic. There was a loud clicking noise. Denny pressed down on the handle and pulled the door open.
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Based on the analysis, the researcher gets some conclusions. The study shows that the problem by the major character is his revenge. The story tells about revenge of the injustice of Malcolm Bannister who is imprisoned of money laundering case involving him.
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