South American Gangs Using Ghillie Suits and WiFi Jammers to Steal from American Homes

It’s hard not to feel that these people deserve this.

It was the rich, the boomers, who supported this whole invasion agenda. They thought they would die before the chickens came home to roost.

It’s hard to feel bad.

New York Post:

Conniving “burglary tourists” are coming from other parts of the world through a visa program and targeting luxurious homes in the US — with some even using ghillie suits as they wait for the perfect time to strike, one prosecutor told CNN.

Police and prosecutors in different high-end communities are trying to keep up with international heist rings that come into the nation, loot pricey items from wealthy homeowners and sell the swiped goods with the money sent back to their home countries, mostly to South America.

“They take advantage of the fact that most people don’t have window sensors or motion detectors on their second floors,” Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said. “They have WiFi jammers to stop the alarm company from being notified.”

One law enforcement official suspected the “burglary tourists” that enter the country for 90-day visits without a traditional tourist visa are at least in the hundreds.

With a visa waiver from the Electronic System for Travel Authorization program in hand, they then join burglary rings.

What we’re getting is hundreds and hundreds, if not thousands, coming in through the visa waiver program that are committing residential burglaries in dozens and dozens and dozens and dozens of cities and neighborhoods around the country,” Scottsdale Police Chief Jeff Walther said during a March press conference.

“This is not a Scottsdale issue, this is not a Valley issue, this is not an Arizona issue. This is a national issue.”

Along with communities in Arizona and California, police in Baltimore, Nassau County in New York and Raleigh, North Carolina have arrested burglary suspects who are Chilean and in the US on visa waivers, CNN reported.

Maybe we should cancel the visa waivers for these countries?

But no one is going to do that.