Skip to comments.‘Evil spirit’ scam plagues Asian immigrants in NYC
Posted on 07/06/2013 9:17:28 AM PDT by Olog-hai
One woman was told by a fortune teller that her son was possessed by demons. Another was approached on a Chinatown street by a stranger who eerily claimed her daughter would die in two days. A third was informed that her dead husband was communicating from the grave, telling her to hand over thousands in cash. Your son will die in a car accidenthe is cursed, a 65-year-old was told.
In each instance, the women bundled up cash and jewelry in a bag and gave it to strangers theyd just metself-proclaimed spiritual healers. They were told the contents would be blessed in an effort to ward off evil spirits, bring good luck to the family or heal a sick childthey just have to wait a period of time to reopen it. When they do, they find water bottles, cough drops and beans. But no valuables.
Detectives say there has been a rash in New York of whats known as an evil spirit or blessing scam, where older immigrant women, mostly Chinese, are swindled out of their valuables by clever scammers arriving from China who prey on superstition and fear.
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This sounds a lot like Algore’s “global warming” hoax and scam.
Many women were told that very detailed images of male genitalia would be showing up on their cell phones all thruout NYC.
Huma's husband could not be reached for comment.
Oh Please AP, ....0bama merely channels whoever is filling his pockets. No spine of his own, just a feather in the wind.
p.s. And I hope Al Gore chokes on his own chakra.
The fortune tellers were telling the truth, the problem is that they were the evil spirits!
Whoops!! Apologies, I responded to the wrong post. Moderators, please delete my earlier response.
And Whites are Plagued by the “Long Island Medium” on the ‘Learning Channel”.