Is there any place in the Bible where God says go forth and commit crimes – identity theft, fraud, and illegal?

Is there any place in the Bible where God says go forth and commit crimes – identity theft, fraud, and illegal entry?Where is the Bible passage that says the ends justify the means? Is not breaking the law because you covet something your neighbor has, whether it be his job or possessions, a sin? Is not identity fraud bearing false witness? Is not using your children as a shield to avoid the consequences of your acts an avoidance of the need to humble yourself, ask forgiveness, and accept the consequences of your actions? Is not forgiving unrepentant sin the same as condoning that sin, and thus participating in that sin?
Deuteronomy 10: 19 You shall love the stranger, for you were once strangers in the land of Egypt.
It also states a single stranger not some 30 million strangers all at once

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