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Danny marries and has three sons named Danny, John and William. To add to the identification confusion, January 1st is commonly used as the date of birth.

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.

Gypsies rarely work alone and are always in pairs or more and always use family.

Fortunetelling This is the most recognizable of all Gypsy crimes.

The Colorado Marks are related to the Las Vegas Marks.

Both are into fortune-telling scams and allegedly may be into threats of violence, guns, drugs and arson to maintain control of their territory.

They look upon the rest of society simply as their "prey." The Cost of the Scams The Gypsy crime family population in the United States is directly responsible for an estimated billion dollars in varying forms of thievery annually.

Gypsy hunter, Detective Donna Fitzgerald of the North Palm Beach, Florida Police Department says, "Most Gypsy crimes are directed at people who are the most vulnerable.

The Millers allegedly bilked 12 insurance companies of more than

Both are into fortune-telling scams and allegedly may be into threats of violence, guns, drugs and arson to maintain control of their territory.They look upon the rest of society simply as their "prey." The Cost of the Scams The Gypsy crime family population in the United States is directly responsible for an estimated $15 billion dollars in varying forms of thievery annually.Gypsy hunter, Detective Donna Fitzgerald of the North Palm Beach, Florida Police Department says, "Most Gypsy crimes are directed at people who are the most vulnerable.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.God appears to the young Gypsy boy telling the child his act of thievery saved Jesus from having the nail plunged through his heart.

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Both are into fortune-telling scams and allegedly may be into threats of violence, guns, drugs and arson to maintain control of their territory.

They look upon the rest of society simply as their "prey." The Cost of the Scams The Gypsy crime family population in the United States is directly responsible for an estimated $15 billion dollars in varying forms of thievery annually.

Gypsy hunter, Detective Donna Fitzgerald of the North Palm Beach, Florida Police Department says, "Most Gypsy crimes are directed at people who are the most vulnerable.

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.

God appears to the young Gypsy boy telling the child his act of thievery saved Jesus from having the nail plunged through his heart.

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.

God appears to the young Gypsy boy telling the child his act of thievery saved Jesus from having the nail plunged through his heart.