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PI's Declassified: Episode Directory
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November - Episode Date: 11/25, 11/18, 11/11, 11/4
October - Episode Date: 10/28, 10/21, 10/14, 10/7
September - Episode Date: 9/30, 9/23, 9/16, 9/9, 9/2
August - Episode Date: 8/26, 8/19, 8/12, 8/5
July - Episode Date: 7/29, 7/22, 7/15, 7/8, 7/1





November - PI's Declassified Episodes
Episode: 11/25 | 11/18 | 11/11 | 11/4


Nov. 25, 2010
PI Declassified
     Special Encore Presentation: Vanished: When Someone Goes Missing!
     Join us in talking with Molly's Bish's sister, Heather. Sixteen-year-old Molly went missing 10 years ago from Warren, MA where she was working as a life guard. Hear from Teresa Ahern whose nineteen-year-old daughter, Kyla Porter, disappeared from Holiday, Florida. Tune in as Massachusetts private investigator Tom Shamshak, a missing person's specialist, talks with these family members and PI's Declassified about investigating and resolving cases like the cases involving Molly and Teresa.
 
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Nov. 18, 2010
PI Declassified
     ADOPTION: Finding Your Birth Family
     Author and filmmaker, Jean Strauss is an adoptee who found her birth family, a journey that changed her life path. Hear Jean tell her miraculous story. Private Investigator Tamara Thompson is an expert in genealogy research and locating people including birth families. If you have questions about this provocative topic, tune in and Jean and Tamara will offer you valuable tips concerning adoption searches.
 
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Nov. 11, 2010
PI Declassified
     Cyber Crime: Chasing Digital Footprints
     Digital evidence can often be modified with ease so whether it is gathered from a computer, a cell phone, a flash drive or any other device, digital forensic investigators must handle evidence in a manner that ensures their conclusions are based upon factual evidence and their own personal expert knowledge. Join us to hear cutting edge cyber crime investigator Dave Townsend, the expert who examined computers belonging to two high profile cases, one from Scott Peterson's double homicide case and the other from the case involving the allegations of child exploitation charged against Michael Jackson.
 
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Nov. 4, 2010
PI Declassified
     Meet Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer
     If you are a fan of Stacy Keach aka Mickey's Spillane's Mike Hammer, this is a show you must hear. Stacy Keach's view of Mike Hammer is detailed and descriptive. Stacy Keach as Mike Hammer is one who developed a TV private investigator myth that still carries over today.
 
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October - PI's Declassified Episodes
Episode: 10/28 | 10/21 | 10/14 | 10/7


Oct. 28, 2010
PI Declassified
     Inside the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case
     Three Duke University Lacrosse Players Charged With Rape! But in a surprising turn of events, Durham County Prosecutor Mike Nifong, who seemingly believed the accuser and withheld exonerating DNA evidence, was ultimately disbarred by the North Carolina State Bar for ethics violations. Tune in to hear acclaimed North Carolina lawyer, Duke University graduate and counsel to Reade Seligman, James P. Cooney III, tell the inside scoop.
 
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Oct. 21, 2010
PI Declassified
     Audio & Video Enhancement: Myths, Facts & Benefits
     Video and audio recordings are often critical pieces of evidence in a myriad of legal proceedings. Forensic examiner Doug Carner will be available to answer these questions and practical applications and procedures such as image analysis, filtering, enhancement, restoration, authentication, identification, extraction, isolation and other topics. Joining Doug will be Private Investigator Jim Allard to talk about cases he has worked on involving these topics.
 
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Oct. 14, 2010
PI Declassified
     Understanding & Investigating Military Law Cases
     Whether it is a traffic ticket, a small claims suit, something more serious or just from watching T.V., we probably have a basic comprehension or expectation of the rules that are applicable. Do the same rules apply for the military? This question and others will be addressed by former Navy line officer and military law attorney Judith Litzenberger and private investigator George Michael Newman, both whom have experience with cases in the military arena.
 
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Oct. 7, 2010
PI Declassified
     Suspicious Suicides
     There are few life events more painful and far-reaching than a suicide. A suicide not only brings suffering to loved ones, it brings shame and guilt to those with the closest contact to the victim. There are the myths surrounding suicide that leave grieving family and friends with questions. These questions and more will be included in the discussion with seasoned private investigators Dean Beers and Don Johnson, both who been involved in conducting investigations.
 
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September - PI's Declassified Episodes
Episode: 9/30 | 9/23 | 9/16 | 9/9 | 9/2


Sept. 30, 2010
PI Declassified
     Investigators March to Washington D.C.
     Every year, a team of PI professionals visit the U.S. Senate and Congressional offices to get educated about pending legislation and to educate lawmakers on possible consequences of some bills on the judicial system and investigative processes. Private Investigator Bill Pellerin from Texas and Bill Butcher from North Dakota along with Legislative Advocate Larry Sabbath representing the National Council of Investigation & Security Services will confer on this key topic and shed light on the essential need to protect current investigator access.
 
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Sept. 23, 2010
PI Declassified
     Hire a Professional Skiptracer
     According to Wikipedia, skiptracing is (also skip tracing) a colloquial term used to describe the process of locating a person's whereabouts for any number of purposes. Wouldn't you like to know exactly what a skiptracer can do for you? Listen to Mike Dores, president and founder of Merlin Information Services and a leading authority on skiptracing and public records research, who can answer those questions.
 
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Sept. 16, 2010
PI Declassified
     Whom Do You Trust? The Benefits of Employee Background
     Tune in to hear Lester Rosen. He is an attorney, a private investigator, an author, an owner of a background screening company, and an industry background screening expert. Les will offer the ins and outs and ups and downs of employment screening including what is legal and what is not. Whether you are the one who does the hiring or you are the one who is getting hired, you do not want to miss this program.
 
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Sept. 9, 2010
PI Declassified
     Privacy versus On-line Data Providers: Is There a Balance?
     Achieving a balance between privacy of our own personal identifying information versus a legitimate need to access that same information is a difficult task. Privacy Advocate Beth Givens, founder and director of Privacy Rights Clearing House, Co-Owner & publisher of PI Magazine Jimmie Mesis and Rebecca Roberts, National Marketing Director on IRB Search, a subscriber based on-line date provider will be joining together for this provocative discussion.
 
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Sept. 2, 2010
PI Declassified
     Financial Fraud: The Elder Trap!
     With baby boomers aging, the U.S., elders are quickly becoming a significant portion of the population. Expert witness and Forensic Questioned Document Examiner, M. Patricia Fisher along with Licensed Private Investigator and Certified Fraud Examiner Kelly Paxton, both of whom specialize in Elder Fraud, will discuss the rapid growth of elder financial exploitation, key identifiers and key recommendations to protect your loved one's financial assets.
 
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August - PI's Declassified Episodes
Episode: 8/26 | 8/19 | 8/12 | 8/5


August 26, 2010
PI Declassified
     I Know You're Lying: Reading the Cues and Clues
     Can you tell when another is lying? Dr. Paul Ekman, noted psychologist, believes you can with the proper training. In fact, Dr. Ekman says "The truth is written all over your face."
     Joining Dr. Ekman for this provocative topic is Gene Cella, polygraph examiner, licensed private investigator and interview and interrogation expert.
 
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August 19, 2010
PI Declassified
     Skeletons in Stockton
     It was reported that Elizabeth Fern Rathjen walked away from Stockton State Mental Hospital in 1956. But did she? Mass graves were found with at least 40 intact human skeletons. Is one of the skeletons Elizabeth? Her daughter Joyce Tafoya thinks so. Tammy Davidson, the licensed private investigator Joyce hired to locate her mother, thinks it is a good possibility.
 
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August 12, 2010
PI Declassified
     Human Trafficking: Children for Sale
     What is happening to our children? Children are being bought, sold and smuggled right under our noses - - right here in the United States, maybe right in your own neighborhood. Tune in to hear Human Trafficking expert Dottie Laster report on this horrific but highly lucrative crime.
     Listen to Private Investigator Melinda Kidder talk about her real life child trafficking case. It will give you chills.
 
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August 5, 2010
PI Declassified
     Final Insult: Nursing Home Abuse
     Albany, New York elder abuse investigative specialist Jamie Richardson along with Carole Herman, the founder of grass roots elder abuse advocacy non-profit aptly named, Foundation Aiding The Elderly (FATE) will discuss how to recognize the signs of maltreatment and what to do when it is identified.
 
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July - PI's Declassified Episodes
Episode: 7/29 | 7/22 | 7/15 | 7/8 | 7/1


July 29, 2010
PI Declassified
     Inside the Investigation of The American Taliban
     Indicted on ten federal charges, John Walker Lindh is serving 20 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to all ten charges. As the images of Lindh in captivity were circulating the globe, California licensed private investigators David Fechheimer and Barry Simon, experienced criminal defense investigators, were in Afghanistan where they spent three months investigating this extraordinary case.
 
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July 22, 2010
PI Declassified
     False Confessions: Fact or Fiction?
     Do people really confess to crimes they don't commit? Fifteen-year-old Jacksonville, Florida's Brenton Butler was arrested for murder and confessed to the crime. Hear Brenton's attorney Patrick McGuinness and private investigator Brian McGuinness talk about Benton's case. False confessions and police interrogation expert Dr. Richard Leo will provide enlightening details about this fascinating phenomenon when an innocent person confesses to a crime.
 
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July 15, 2010
PI Declassified
     Vanished: When Someone Goes Missing!
     What must it be like to have a missing family member? Join us in talking with Molly's Bish's sister, Heather. Sixteen-year-old Molly went missing 10 years ago from Warren, MA where she was working as a life guard. Hear from Teresa Ahern whose nineteen-year-old daughter, Kyla Porter, disappeared from Holiday, Florida. Tune in as Massachusetts private investigator Tom Shamshak, a missing person's specialist, talks with these family members and PI's Declassified about investigating and resolving cases like the cases involving Molly and Teresa.
 
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July 8, 2010
PI Declassified
     Losing it at Work: Preventing Violence in the Workplace
     Have you ever been a target of violence in the workplace or been fearful of a co-worker? PI's Declassified will discuss these questions from experts who specialize in identifying and addressing violence risk prediction? Violence assessment experts' psychologist Dr. Michael Corcoran, private investigator James Cawood and attorney Sue Van Dermyden will speak to this stressful societal dilemma and focus on recommendations for addressing and reducing threats in the workplace.
 
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July 1, 2010
PI Declassified
     Hiding in Plain Sight
     PI's Declassified presents an unusual case of locating a man 38 years after he vanished, fleeing his parole officer and leaving no traces. One day Dr. Clem Pellett of Bellevue, Washington found newspaper clippings and learned about the murder of his grandfather, Clarence Pellett by a hitchhiker named Frank Dryman in 1951. Dryman was convicted and served time, but when he was released to parole, he vanished. More than thirty years had passed, but Dr. Pellett decided to try to find his grandfather's killer. Tune in to hear the three resourceful private investigators who worked in concert to locate Frank Dryman and return him to the authorities. It's an incredible story of hiding in plain sight.
 
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