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Yet, no relationship is known between the two families.Confusion often reigns supreme when identity questions arise.Less than 5% of their victims complain and when they do, are often met with laughter, mis-reporting or ignorance by law enforcement. There are also significant populations in Toronto, Canada and European countries. Names mean nothing to Gypsies and this often causes confusion for investigators.True Gypsies are known as "Rom." However, "Gypsy cops" (the rare breed that they are) know there are Yugoslavian, Romanian, Russian, Polish and Hungarian Gypsies. There is also a group collectively known as the "Travelers." The Travelers are Irish, English or Scottish, not resembling the true Rom, but often included erroneously as Gypsy. This is a spoken language derived from various Indo-European languages. The Rom (and Travelers) tend to name children after family members. For example, Danny and John Anderson are the sons of William Anderson. Along with the name use, this becomes extremely confusing to the ordinary cop on the street as well as investigators unfamiliar with Gypsy crime.The Rom Gypsy culture is fascinating, but also explains why the investigator has great difficulty in solving Gypsy crimes. Most do not read or write, mainly because the children rarely attend school.
Seldom caught, rarely prosecuted and almost never jailed, Gypsies even have their own court, known as a "kris" where all grievances (marriage, territory, debts, etc.) are resolved.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.People in times of emotional pain are often easy prey.Our elderly are their largest targets because they still trust people.