Inside job

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For other uses, see Inside job (disambiguation).

An inside job is a crime, usually larceny, robbery or embezzlement, committed by a person with a position of trust who is authorized to access a location or procedure with little or no supervision, e.g., a key employee or manager. The perpetrator can also be a former employee who still has specialized knowledge necessary to facilitate the crime. The inside job theory is also the talk of many conspirators of 9/11.

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