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Police unearth ‘black magic’ scam; 7 Indians to be deported..

 
sgtdjones 2019-01-12 10:01:17 

Police unearth ‘black magic’ scam
7 Indians to be deported as...

THE art of practising black magic in TT has become the subject of a police and immigration investigation, the suspects being nationals from India.

In July last year, Newsday published a story about a woman falling victim to the scam, having paid money to predict the outcome of her love life.

Scores of people had complained to Newsday about being fleeced and, in some cases, sexually harassed by charlatans from India who had set up shops on High Street, San Fernando and along the Southern Main Road, Chaguanas.

The suspects held are from south India and, according to a police report, they told police that they are spiritualists. On Monday, they were taken to the Immigration office, San Fernando, where officers discovered that they had been staying in TT illegally.


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sgtdjones 2019-01-12 10:01:58 

Khaga

Whats going on here?

lol lol lol

 
goofballs 2019-01-12 11:08:19 

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Trinis that gullible? Not just the ones on ccc. razz
A sucker is born every second.

 
steveo 2019-01-12 11:32:52 

Nothing wrong with that, if people are willingly going

 
goofballs 2019-01-12 12:10:13 

In reply to steveo

I think they were deported for being illegals or working without a work permit.

Spiritualists, palm readers, evangelists, astrologers, Prem Jyotishs all over the place legally.

People pay for what they want

prominent business family living in Gulf View, who reportedly lost $145,000 in their quest to find a "prince" from India to marry their daughter. At about the same time, a woman told Newsday that one of the “spiritualists” requested $9,000 “to save my life.”

 
steveo 2019-01-12 13:00:35 

In reply to goofballs

Spiritualists, palm readers, evangelists, astrologers, Prem Jyotishs all over the place legally.


Yes, they are for entertainment purposes wink wink