Monday’s 9/11 case hearing is closed session at Guantanamo + MORE

Greeley Private Investigator News from around the world
Who We Are: Brian Willingham, Recovering Private InvestigatorHis name is Brian Willingham, and he’s a private investigator.
But he sometimes hesitates to say so.
This month’s profile: an investigator and Certified Fraud Examiner who’s made it his mission to liberate the PI profession from the myth of the shady, swashbuckling shamus.A few weeks ago, Brian Willingham sat down in a dark room, his face lit by the blue light of his computer…

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The former NSA contractor leaked details of the National Security Agency’s surveillance operations. Speculation that Snowden could get amnesty if he returns the documents was sparked by comments from the man in charge of the Snowden task force at the NSA.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del…

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Source: www.stripes.com — Sunday, December 15, 2013The military judge in the Sept. 11 conspiracy trial ordered a daylong closed hearing of the Guantánamo war court Monday to map which of this week’s arguments could be heard by the five alleged 9/11 plotters as well as the public. …

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     (CN) – The Supreme Court on Monday invited the government to weigh in on the claims of thousands of Sept. 11 victims seeking to sue individuals and entities in the Middle East that they say provided material support for the terrorist attacks.     As is their custom, the justices offered no explanation for extending the invitation to U…

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You’d think after getting busted kissing married guy Michael Morris Katharine McPhee would be sure to carry herself decently in public, right? Yeah not quite. Girlfriend hasn’t learned anything about how important it is to salvage herself in the court of public opinion, in order to continue her career…

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Four buildings on Harvard University’s campus near Boston were evacuated Monday morning, interrupting final exams, after police received an unconfirmed report that explosives may have been placed inside….

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Police Brutality

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MILWAUKEE – A Milwaukee cop pistol-whipped a bicycle rider and then shot him in the back, and Milwaukee, as usual, did nothing to discipline him, the wounded bicyclist claims in Federal Court.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government said Monday it has no evidence that antibacterial chemicals used in liquid soaps and washes help prevent the spread of germs, and it is reviewing research suggesting they may pose health risks….

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DETROIT (AP) — A crucial decision that keeps Detroit in bankruptcy court and puts pensions at risk can immediately be appealed to a higher court, a judge said Monday….

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Public Records

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VANCOUVER, Wash. – Clark County, Wash., blew off a public records request for information on whether it illegally hired state Sen. Don Benton as its director of environmental services, a citizen claims in Clark County Court.

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Facial recognition and Deception Detection for Private Investigators & More……

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Human Rights and Investigative Wrongs!

Would excluding an ‘in-house’ investigator from the need to license be compatible with Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998, the right to a ‘private life’?

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Jail Searches

How many times have you searched for an individual only to find that they are incarcerated? I always begin my search with a quick inmate search and have saved countless hours by doing so. Below is a state by state listing of Dept. of Corrections followed by a decent list of County Jails.

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Embracing big brother: How facial recognition could help fight crime

(CNN) — From fighting terrorism to processing payments in the blink of an eye, facial recognition is set to change our ideas on privacy.

A number of exciting developments in the field could even push its toughest critics to reconsider.

“The more people get out of it, the more they’ll surrender to it,” says Manolo Almagro, senior vice president of digital for TPN Inc. Almagro believes that people will only embrace a technology if the benefits outweigh privacy concerns.

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Deception Detection for Interviewersphoto by Zitona
The Psychology of Lies: Behavioral Science Perspectives on Conducting Successful Interviews
There are plenty of myths about the “science” of lie detection.
Despite what popular books on nonverbal behavior may say, there’s no scientific evidence that crossed arms or legs indicate a non-receptive person, or that deceivers touch their noses, evert their eyes, or cover their mouths…

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US watchdog probes Tesla after fires + MORE

US watchdog probes Tesla after fires

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Car battery fires in Tesla Model S electric cars prompt an investigation by the US government’s auto safety agency.

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Supreme Court declined to hear appeal of man sentenced to death in fatal shooting of policeman.

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Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice just can’t catch a break. The couple, who’s been slapped with countless fraud charges, have been dealt two more counts of bank fraud and loan application fraud. And you know what? They’re probably not happy about it, as this addition just upped their total fraud count to 41! Uh oh…

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‘Spy in a bag’: Gareth Williams’ family reject accidental death verdict

The family of Gareth Williams, the MI6 spy who was found dead in a locked bag, has rejected a police conclusion that he died in an accident.

Process Server Gets Little to No Support from Police Following Altercation

To most people, process server assault is an unknown issue. However, within the industry, awareness regarding process servers and assault has been on the rise. More and more cases are being reported, such as the case involving process server Steve Hartman. Hartman was arrested while trying to server papers to a Texas judge.

Process Server Gets Little to No Support from Police Following Altercation

To most people, process server assault is an unknown issue. However, within the industry, awareness regarding process servers and assault has been on the rise. More and more cases are being reported, such as the case involving process server Steve Hartman. Hartman was arrested while trying to server papers to a Texas judge.

~ John L. Morris

A Northern Colorado, licensed and insured, Greeley Private Investigator

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* EVCO LLC, EVCO Investigations, John Morris and the author of any of our articles, posts and pages do not present any information on this website as legal advice or any other advice in particular. All postings, writings, and pages on this website are for informational use only and everyone is encouraged to always seek professional and legal advise in all matters.

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