The Millers allegedly bilked 12 insurance companies of more than
The Millers allegedly bilked 12 insurance companies of more than $1 million dollars in claims for staged or fabricated events over six years and submitted 145 claims, primarily in Arizona, California and Nevada.||
The Millers allegedly bilked 12 insurance companies of more than $1 million dollars in claims for staged or fabricated events over six years and submitted 145 claims, primarily in Arizona, California and Nevada.
However, they also operated in Colorado, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington.
But did you know there is an organized crime family specializing in fraud that has successfully operated throughout the world for almost 2,000 years? We have absolutely no idea how many Gypsies are in the United States. There are Gypsies in virtually every large town in America.million dollars in claims for staged or fabricated events over six years and submitted 145 claims, primarily in Arizona, California and Nevada.
Less than 5% of their victims complain and when they do, are often met with laughter, mis-reporting or ignorance by law enforcement. There are also significant populations in Toronto, Canada and European countries. Names mean nothing to Gypsies and this often causes confusion for investigators.
True Gypsies are known as "Rom." However, "Gypsy cops" (the rare breed that they are) know there are Yugoslavian, Romanian, Russian, Polish and Hungarian Gypsies. There is also a group collectively known as the "Travelers." The Travelers are Irish, English or Scottish, not resembling the true Rom, but often included erroneously as Gypsy. This is a spoken language derived from various Indo-European languages. The Rom (and Travelers) tend to name children after family members. For example, Danny and John Anderson are the sons of William Anderson. Along with the name use, this becomes extremely confusing to the ordinary cop on the street as well as investigators unfamiliar with Gypsy crime.
God appears to the young Gypsy boy telling the child his act of thievery saved Jesus from having the nail plunged through his heart.
In payment for the boy's deed, God allowed the Gypsies the right to steal with no moral consequences ... Gypsies choose a lifestyle of thievery, one that is as natural to them as eating and sleeping.
The tale (with some variation) tells of four nails made to be used in the crucifixion: one each for the hands of Jesus, one for his feet and the fourth, a nail of gold, for his heart.
Late at night the Gypsy boy stole the golden nail, so when the crucifixion took place the next day, only three nails remained.Home Repair The home repair cons are rarely reported crimes and often ignored by the law enforcement community.The "driveway coating/sealing" scam where the loss is to 0 is common. House painting and roof repair work are the same way.People in times of emotional pain are often easy prey.Our elderly are their largest targets because they still trust people.Some will keep coming back until their life savings are gone.