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The two ringleaders of a gang that staged what was said to be Britain’s biggest cash robbery were each sentenced to 22 years in prison by a London court. George Knight, 48, a garage owner, and Terence Perkins, 36, headed the gang that robbed the London headquarters of Security Express in 1983 of $7.5 million in used bills. Three other gang members were sentenced to terms of six to eight years for their part in the robbery.


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