My story is a crime thriller, where the villain is caught by having his cellphone tapped. The police arrange for him to panic and have him call his accomplices out of emergency, and he and the accomplice discuss what to do about their crime, which has gone wrong. They cannot meet in person because they all do not have time, and have to talk about it right away. However, there is no emergency that sends them into a panic. It's all a police sting operation set up, so that the gang will call each other and incriminate themselves, while talking to each other over the phone. However, I am told this is a plot hole, because criminals would not talk over the phone about their crimes because it makes them look stupid. But is their a way I can write it so that the reader believes it? Like for example in Breaking Bad, Walter White is constantly talking about criminal activity over the phone, with his criminal associates. Like there was one episode where they talked about a production shortage in his drug product, and he is talking about that over the phone. There is also another episode, where the police are going to arrest one of his associates, so Walt calls him to warn him to get out of town, knowing full well, that the man is under investigation. Later in the show Walter talks on the cellphone, and he doesn't know that his own conversation is being recorded. The movie The Departed did this as well, with criminals constantly talking over the phone about their activity, and in the end, it turns out it was recorded. Is it possible to write my story like this where the reader will not think of it as a plot hole and actually buy it?