There are twenty major religions and hundreds, if not thousands, of cults and occult groups in the world today. For each one of those there are further splits and divisions into separate denominations, sects, churches, temples, covens, and other independent splinter groups. Wade Sellers shares his expertise in investigating the beliefs and the believers when something has gone wrong.Read more ...
When legal investigatorsRead more ...
work on a plaintiff’s
case, the early stages
of the assignment involve
pinning down the cause of the injuries
and proving who was responsible for causing
them. Once liability is established, there will be
a delay of some months while medical treatment
and therapy take place and additional
expert physicians can be brought into the case
to evaluate and treat the patient and, of course,
be prepared to testify.
Murders of pregnant women for theirRead more ...
unborn babies are brutal and savage
crimes. The offender literally cuts the
fetus from the victim mother’s womb
in a bizarre replication of a cesarean
section procedure, according to Vernon
Geberth, M.S., M.P.S., a New York
homicide and forensic consultant. This
type of homicide is statistically rare, he
reports, but not without precedent.
Our current issue celebrates our 13th Anniversary of publishing 78 issues of PI Magazine.
This is also our annual Surveillance Issue which covers important topics starting with our cover story, How To Select a Surveillance Vehicle. Obviously it depends on where you work and the type of cases you work on, but this article will give you some good tips and what works best for many private investigators. We also include other related articles providing specific steps private investigators can take to significantly increase their success when hired to conduct a surveillance assignment.Read more ...
Sitting in my living room on a Sunday morning, having myRead more ...
first cup of tea, with Fox News on in the background, I
was reviewing details of a difficult surveillance when I
heard, “The FAA has released its proposed guidelines for
the commercial use of drones….”