Gang Stalking – Advise from an ex-burglar.

I don’t know about the rest of you targets, but I have break-ins to my apartment every day.  This is from an article I found in “The Sunday”,  a Vegas weekly. The article is by Joe Schoenmann, staff writer. And he interviewed an ex-burglar by the name of  Tom.

And this is  Tom’s advise:


The best deterrents are things that slow down a burglar. If Tom thought a job would take him more than two minutes, he wouldn’t do it. “It only takes a couple seconds to get into the yard, a few seconds  when nobody’s looking, a few seconds to get in the house.” Tom said. “Two minutes. Get what you want, and get out.”


If your fridge has beer in it, and a burglar with Tom’s sensibilities breaks in, kiss the beer goodbye. “I’d always take the beer,” he said. “Kind of my ‘eff-you’ calling card.”


1. Get a dog. A snatch-and-grab burglar isn’t going to take the time to see if he can put a watchdog to sleep by feeding it a hamburger full of sleeping pills. He’ll move on to the next house.

2. Lock everything. Lock your windows and doors. Lock your car. At night, lock your bike. Locks have existed for centuries for one reason: They deter criminals.

3. Put a wooden dowel in the track of a sliding glass door to stop the door from sliding. Otherwise, the doors can easily be pried open.

4. Invest in video cameras. Tom said a good four-camera system costs about $150. Smartphone apps can connect your home surveillance system to your phone and video can help police catch the criminal if your house is burglarized. “HD video is so clear, police who patrol the area can usually recognize who it is right away,” Tom said.

5. Get to know your neighbors. Post details about suspicious activity on neighborhood websites and social media.


Don’t hide cash in a freezer or refrigerator. Burglars know to look there. Closets and night stands also are common hiding places.

Alarm Systems are hit and miss. Tom said they never scared him much. He’d be gone long before private security company employees arrived.

And by the way, Tom, who lives in Las Vegas, was never caught. He’s now a good family man and doesn’t steal anymore.

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6 thoughts on “Gang Stalking – Advise from an ex-burglar.

  1. Are you kidding me ,what makes them not to steal? They don’t have a conscious of right and wrong, good and evil, even if they do they aren’t gonna obey laws of man, let alone laws of GOD!, What we dealing with are sick animals & devils children. They stole my computer related equipment last week.

    • They stole a computer of mine, too. And then last week, I found it in my draw, where I look every day. It just suddenly turned up. Of course, there’s no way I’m using the computer! It probably has viruses galore. I think you misread my comment, read it again. I wrote: There isn’t anything they don’t steal. I used the word “don’t”. The devils will get their day in hell. They are spawns of the devil.

  2. The cocksuckers stole my soap twice in a week one day looks like the fags just trying to assist you just put the pistol to your head fag and kill yourselfs, shouls be another law against them if i drank and drove crusader what is the conseqense of HIV homosexuality drug use ? why you fucken with me geniuses? a group of fags concerned about a single straight man yet look in the damn mirror nobody needs freemasonry your sychotherapy hypnotism or your dont go away mad just go away life isnt gayland some of us try to be big boys i dont need to code talk or know the code remember straight men dont like gays only two million masons and 245 + million reasonable people dont need your club or your foolishness i hope i wasted your time.

    • There isn’t anything they don’t steal. Maybe they were broke and needed soap. I think sometimes they steal things from us they need so they don’t have to pay for it. That’s besides stealing for the hell of it!

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