'Inside Edition' Crew Gets Robbed While Reporting On San Francisco's Robbery EpidemicChris Menahan
Sep. 18, 2018
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Democrats tell us constantly that "California represents the future of America."
Here's a snapshot of what that "future" has in store for us all!
From Fox News:
An "Inside Edition" crew who baited "smash and grab" thieves to reported on robberies in California's San Francisco Bay Area were the victims of a true robbery, and had thousands of dollars worth of equipment stolen.
The trackers were placed inside of a $250 speaker and a purse just before reporter Lisa Guerrero explains "for [their] last trick," they also placed video cameras throughout the car in the event the products get stolen.31,000 per year is 85 smash and grabs like this a day. Just repairing the smashed car windows, if the average cost was a conservative $325, is $10,075,000.
This is just one type of crime. Nearly 5000 cars were stolen just last year.
A 10 man crime ring was busted earlier this year for robbing some 60 homes and stealing an estimated $3 million worth of property.
The way to catch these criminals in the act is through bait trucks, but as VICE explained last month, that's "racist."
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