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Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:40 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Hundreds of protesters and Akron Ohio marched, demanding change and police accountability in the wake of the police killing of 25 year old jaylen walker, walker was killed last Monday yesterday, Akron police released body camera footage of several officers firing round after round towards walker. He was struck at least 60 times. Officers had attempted to stop walker for an unspecified traffic violations, but walker did not stop. Traffic camera footage of the pursuit shows what appears to be the flash of gunfire coming from walker's vehicle, the sound of a shot can be heard on the police footage before walker gets out of his car to take off on foot, Akron's police chief confirms walker was unarmed when he was shot. Russia has claimed full control of eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky acknowledges his military was forced to withdraw from the last city under its control there in the Luhansk region. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports from 600 miles west of there and the port city of Odessa. Just outside Odessa, Ukrainian military investigators sifted for evidence they called Saturday's attack on this residential neighborhood a possible Russian war crime. It shattered this apartment building and Ukrainian officials say it killed 21 civilians, including a child. Russia is now closer to capturing the entire Donbass region, but president zelensky has vowed to regain control of the area. Coming up a surprising march through Boston, it's 5 36. Hi, I'm Frank. Owner of a plumbing company and an expert in fixing the leaks in your house. However, I was also finding leaks in my marketing plan. New jobs weren't flowing in, and our outreach to potential customers kept getting clogged. Finally, we had enough and called 2060 digital

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Uvalde officials and parents are frustrated by the lack of information

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Uvalde officials and parents are frustrated by the lack of information

"Parents and local officials expressed their frustration with the blackout on information about the investigation into the school shooting in uvalde Texas I've got nothing Mayor Don McLaughlin and the uvalde town council met Thursday evening with angry townsfolk who have not been kept informed by state investigators or the district attorney about the May 24th shooting that left 19 students to teachers and the 18 year old gunman dead inside rob elementary school Know exactly what happened in there but they have a gag order to keep their mouth shut But what about us What about us I agree You should know before anybody In this also from KSA team McLaughlin says I can't even tell you with anybody now and here and tell you who's in charge of the investigation because I don't know I'm Tim

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Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:56 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on Morning Edition

"Teams off southern China are looking for more than two dozen crew members from a floating crane that broke apart and sank during a typhoon. As NPR's John Ruiz reports state media say at least four crew members have been rescued. The Chinese ship Fuji in zero zero one went down early on Saturday about a 180 miles south of Hong Kong. The South China morning post reports that it was battered by 33 foot waves at the center of typhoon chaba, which made landfall later in the day. Three crew members were plucked from rails of the stricken vessel within hours of its starting to sink. State TV reported that a fourth crew member was rescued early on Monday and was in stable condition. Search and rescue operations are still underway with Hong Kong and mainland Chinese authorities both involved. John ruch, NPR news, Shanghai. Police in Denmark say they don't believe yesterday's deadly shooting at a shopping mall in Copenhagen was a terrorist attack. Three people were killed four others were seriously injured. The city's chief police inspector says investigators think the gunman shot people randomly. The 22 year old suspect is expected to be arraigned later today. I'm Dave Mattingly, in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR

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NY lawsuit against ghost gun dealers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

NY lawsuit against ghost gun dealers

"New York sues ten ghost gun dealers selling parts online to people in the city and state where it's illegal State attorney general letitia James says gun makers must be held accountable especially in the wake of the Supreme Court striking down New York's concealed weapons law Prayers words just not enough It requires action Mayor Eric Adams says the NYPD has seized a 180 ghost guns so far this year alone These are dangerous weapons We should not think these are just kids used for hobbyists they're being used by murderers Adam says undercover investigators were able to make online purchases and in the city and state it's illegal to sell components that are needed to make untraceable guns Julie Walker New York

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Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:54 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Check as much as we can to keep moving through the airport simple. TSA screened nearly 2.5 million passengers Friday. The highest since before the pandemic, that same day, almost a third of flights were late or scrubbed. For those trying to get home on Monday, travel experts say the worst time to be on the road will be in the afternoon, especially between four and 5. If you're brave enough to head out then expect a lot of time on the brakes. 4th of July celebrations and Akron Ohio are canceled because of an investigation into the deadly police shooting of jaylen walker. The 25 year old black man did not have a weapon when he was killed in a hail of police bullets after a traffic stop. Hours ago, police released body camera video, which showed that police fired dozens of rounds at walker as he ran away from them. This weekend, hundreds of people have been protesting in the streets, calling for justice. CBS News, Elise Preston is covering developments. Newly released body camera video shows the moments leading up to the deadly shooting of jaylen walker. The officers have not been able to provide a statement yet. I am reserving any sort of judgment until we hear from them. Akron police say the 25 year old delivery driver sped off when they tried to pull him over for a traffic violation last week. During the chase, investigators claim walker fired from the window of his car, a claim his family disputes. Once the state's investigation is complete, the case will be handed over to the Ohio attorney general's office for further review before being presented to a grand jury. You can watch the police body camera video at WTO dot com. A member of the January 6th committee says the panel is not shying away from the possibility that former president Trump could face criminal charges. WTO's Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill. The panel's vice chair Liz Cheney says the ultimate decision will be up to the Justice Department. But she notes the committee will also decide on whether to make a criminal referral. The Republican lawmaker has made her view clear that she feels the former president crossed the line. What kind of

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Suspected terror-linked shooting in Oslo kills 2, wounds 10

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Suspected terror-linked shooting in Oslo kills 2, wounds 10

"A gunman has opened fire in Oslo's nightlife district killing two people and leaving ten seriously wounded in what police are investigating as a possible terrorist attack during the Norwegian capital's annual pride festival Investigators say the suspect identified as a 42 year old Norwegian citizen originally from Iran was arrested after opening fire at three locations Police attorney Christian hartle says the suspect is being held on suspicion of murder attempted murder and terrorism He adds our overall assessment is that their grounds to believe he wanted to cause grave fear in the population and the suspect's mental health is also being investigated organizers of Oslo pride have canceled a parade that was set for Saturday as the highlight of a weeklong festival I'm Charles De

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Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

01:25 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on Game of Crimes

"Month or so, I was actually asked if I would help form the first Parkersburg narcotics task force. So I was very blessed in being able to go back informing that with Parkersburg police department would county sheriff's office, the FBI DEA in believe it or not, we actually had a guy by the name of Denny huggins, who was with the West Virginia State Farm Marshall's office who was just an unbelievable investigator. So I was able to work narcotics cases in that area. Why fire marshal? Will normally they do not, but Denny was one of the best polygraph operators I'd ever been around, and he had the ability to we would talk people in to saying, well, I know nothing about nothing about that. And we'd say, hey, we believe you, but just to make sure the U.S. attorney's office believes you would you be willing to be polygraphed and of course they would say, well, well, sure, and then fail it and would go forth from that. But Denny was also very good in surveillance also. The story you gave about the green LTD. We had a very we had a very good team of federal agents with us and here's how small the world is Morgan. Guess who one of the agents was with DEA that helped us on the Parkersburg narcotics task force? Let's see. Well, you can't say Steve Murphy because he wasn't there at the time. It ended up being Steve's boss in Columbia. Jerry Reinhardt, who's May he rest in peace. Jerry was our a second Columbia, which was second level supervisor for our listeners. Assistant special agent in charge..

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The Federalist: Pelosi Responsible for Jan. 6 Security Breakdown

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last week

The Federalist: Pelosi Responsible for Jan. 6 Security Breakdown

"Here we have a piece at the federalist By Jordan Boyd investigators Pelosi responsible for the January 6th security breakdown at U.S. capitol Isn't this what this committee is supposed to be looking into Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi shoulders much of the blame for the security breakdown at the U.S. capitol on January 6th 2021 And today they're smearing the hell out of Trump and not once Did a member say but you know he did offer us the National Guard Because there's nobody there to speak up Nobody There's nobody there to say anything Nobody I mean I had questions for all these Justice Department guys All right questions for Bill Barr What took you so long to resign Why didn't you resign earlier But you know the capital police were half staffed on January 6th Pelosi's house sergeant at arms denied multiple requests for National Guard assistance from The Pentagon The United States Capitol police chief of the days leading up the January 6th officers were poorly equipped had insufficient ride shields and helmets They were never trained to handle a ride even after the riots of 2020 And on and

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Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "investigator" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"The release of disturbing body cam footage showing the shooting death of a black driver, CBS Lena kenyon reports. The footage shows 25 year old black man jaylen walker shot as he fled a traffic stop on foot. Bobby dicello represents the walker family. At the time he was shot more than 90 or 60 or whatever the unbelievable number will be. He was on armed. Protests over the shooting continued. I wanted to make my voice heard for jaylen walker and stand up for what I believe in and what a lot of Americans believe in. The mayor of Akron says protests are fine as long as they stay peaceful. Linda canyon, CBS News. At least three people have been killed in a shooting rampage at a mall in Denmark. Police say several others are injured, including three in critical condition, a 22 year old man has been arrested, but investigators say it's still too early to have a motive. They have not ruled out terrorism. Boston's mayor slammed some white supremacists that paraded through the city this weekend. WBZ TV's Paul Burton. The group was confronted with opposition as they tried to make their way around the city. 'cause you're a bunch of cowards from out of state. This

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San Francisco train shooting leaves one dead, another wounded; manhunt underway

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

San Francisco train shooting leaves one dead, another wounded; manhunt underway

"Been killed and another injured in a San Francisco subway train shooting Police say the train was packed when the shooting occurred Wednesday morning Officers are looking for the suspect The station where the suspect escaped is at the heart of San Francisco's famous Castro neighborhood which has internationally known for its LGBTQ activism The shooting comes just four days before San Francisco's pride parade which typically draws thousands of people from around the world Investigators say the shooting doesn't appear to have targeted the LGBTQ community

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 Police: Amazon fisherman confesses to killing missing pair

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police: Amazon fisherman confesses to killing missing pair

"A fisherman has confessed to killing a British journalist and an indigenous expert in Brazil's remote Amazon a federally investigator says he took police to a site where human remains were recovered Police said at a news conference in the Amazon city of manaus that the prime suspect in the case confessed Tuesday night and detailed what happened to freelance reporter Don Phillips and Bruno Pereira of Brazil who went missing on the 5th of June The federal investigator said Amarillo da Costa de la Vera nicknamed palato told officers he used a firearm to kill the pair He also said there's no way they would have got to that spot that quickly without the confession

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25 treated after people walk over hot coal in Switzerland

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

25 treated after people walk over hot coal in Switzerland

"25 people have been treated for burns after walking on hot coal in northern Switzerland Emergency services were alerted to injuries at a private event in the all Peninsula on Lake Zürich on Tuesday evening this year canton state police say in a statement 25 people were given medical treatment at the scene and 13 were hospitalized with more severe injuries investigators have started a probe into the circumstances of the incident There was no immediate word on why people at the event had walked over hot coal I'm Charles De

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1/6 panel to hear Trump campaign manager, probe election lie

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

1/6 panel to hear Trump campaign manager, probe election lie

"The House committee investigating the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol will hear from more witnesses Monday The select committee delves deeper into former president Trump's unsupported claims of mass voter fraud and his effort to overturn the election today Trump's 2020 campaign manager Bill stepien who according to a subpoena oversaw the conversion of Trump's presidential campaign to a stop to steal effort is likely to face questions about what those in Trump's inner circle were telling the president about the election results The committee will also hear from a former Fox News political editor Chris stirewalt who stood by an election night decision to declare Biden had won Arizona A second group of witnesses will be made up of election officials investigators and experts including a former U.S. attorney who resigned after Trump pressure Georgia state officials to overturn his defeat committee members are saying they have uncovered enough evidence for the Justice Department to consider a criminal indictment against the former president Jennifer King Washington

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Bio-Medical Fascism, Pfizer, and the FDA With Dr. Naomi Wolf

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Bio-Medical Fascism, Pfizer, and the FDA With Dr. Naomi Wolf

"This doctor Naomi wolf, doctor welcome back to the program. Thanks so much for having me. I appreciate it. So the FDA is meeting. It seems next week to approve the child to get the COVID vaccine on the child vaccination schedule. What is the significance of this? I mean, it's shocking and tragic. The FDA is a holy captured agency, it would appear from the way they okayed massive harms to people of all ages, but especially to pregnant women and babies. As the Pfizer documents reveal this project that my volunteers who are doctors and nurses and biostatisticians and medical fraud investigators are engaged in creating reports that provides documents show massive, massive harms. So what are you what an EUA does, however, is it protects manufacture from liability. So our lawyers who are going to bring civil and criminal charges against Pfizer and eventually can see FT as well. Make the point that the EUA for under 5 is a way to hide as much wrongdoing as possible behind a legal loophole that protects them from

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 Police kill man who allegedly tried to enter school

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Police kill man who allegedly tried to enter school

"A man accused of driving into a school group in Berlin killing a teacher and injuring several others has a history of mental illness The man is suspected of murder and 31 counts of attempted murder prosecutor Sebastian butcher said the man would most likely be sent to a psychiatric hospital when searching his apartment investigators found medicine that would suggest the suspect was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia Police identified the suspect as a 29 year old German Armenian who lives in Berlin they said he was driving his sister's car and that a passerby detained him after he crashed to a halt in a shop window

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NY passes bill raising age to buy, own semi-automatic rifles

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

NY passes bill raising age to buy, own semi-automatic rifles

"As the recent speed of mass shootings prompts debates on gun laws nationwide New York lawmakers have taken action I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a major change to the state's firearm laws New York's legislature has voted to ban anyone under age 21 from buying or possessing a semi-automatic rifle The measure comes less than three weeks after an 18 year old used one of the guns to kill ten people at a supermarket in Buffalo Other new legislation will restrict civilian purchases of bullet resistant armor which was worn by the killer in Buffalo Bills would also require new guns to be equipped with micro stamping technology that can help law enforcement investigators trace bullets to particular firearms Legal fights over the legislation are expected I'm Ben Thomas

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Man convicted of murder in Minnesota clinic attack

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Man convicted of murder in Minnesota clinic attack

"A Minnesota jury is found a man guilty in a shooting at a medical clinic last year that killed one staff member and wounded four others AP correspondent Norman hall reports a jury in Buffalo Minnesota about 40 miles northwest of Minneapolis convicted Gregory Ulrich after short closing arguments on both sides all rich took the stand and said he didn't want to kill anyone just caused damage to draw attention to his pleas for medication to end his back pain investigators have said he was addicted to opioids and angry that his supplied been cut off Prosecutors asked jurors to consider video of Ulrich mentioning killing nurses The defense attempted only to dispel the argument that the attack was premeditated Sentencing is set for June 17th I Norman

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Truth Social's Devin Nunes Share Thoughts on the Durham Investigation

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Truth Social's Devin Nunes Share Thoughts on the Durham Investigation

"He was a California congressman from the 21st and then 22nd district for, well, 2003 to 2022. A premier investigator of government malfeasance and corruption, he won the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2020, and he's now the chief executive officer of the Trump media and technology group. Devin, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you as always. Let me start by asking you about this sussman verdict. The acquittal of sussman appears to be a real blow to the Durham investigation and also I think for some of us seems to suggest that Hillary has not just 9 lives, but maybe an infinite number of lives, this woman is always one step ahead of the posse. Can you spell out the implications of this verdict? Did you see it coming? And what does it mean? Yeah, I think you have to start with what Durham did with this, whether he meant to do it or not. We won't know until probably many years later, if we ever know, is that my guess is he probably tried to get sussman to plead. Sussman and the Clinton people said, you know what? We'll roll the dice. We'll see if you really want to bring this case in Washington, D.C., where they know they control the court. They have a judge that, you know, many of those judges now, I mean, they're big problems. Then of course, you have the tainted jury that was immediately tainted with Clinton donors, AOC, donors, et cetera, et cetera. So I'm not sure if Durham was kind of forced, tried to get sussman to plea because it was a pretty clear cut case, right? You had receipts. You had text messages. There was nothing that was confusing about this. It was a clean case of line at FBI, especially as Durham laid out the case. And then so in the process of that, you can either kind of decide well, Durham was forced into it and or Durham knew that he had to roll the dice, but the good thing with all of this is that we learned so much that Durham laid out, which was the grander larger case, which there was a major conspiracy that was going on

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Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | Last month

Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

"No this is a really important topic to me And the fact that Sandra Smith had said Reuters debunked it was ridiculous Reuters did nothing of the sword Reuters has an opinion congressman that the geo tracking used for the ballot mules may only be accurate to whatever 6 to 12 inches if own tracker but that's not been the position of the courts You know John Roberts himself said that the geo tracking used was the equivalent of an ankle monitor meaning they had a good idea where these ballot meals were going to and this is the kind of thing the media and law enforcement used to be interested in Like what happened Well investigators ought to be questioning the individuals who made these stops on a regular basis And what appears on the 2000 mules documentary to be a highly suspicious set of circumstances If the individual has a good explanation with why the individual did what the individual did then fine But if not then the criminal investigators ought to carry it further And perhaps to a grand jury perhaps to warrant magistrate to get a warrant magistrate but there's little more important than honest and accurate elections if you purport to be a republic And we are a republic so we have to make sure we have honest and accurate elections It's as simple as that And that means that voter fraud has to be attacked aggressively wherever there is evidence to indicate that it occurred

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Texas DPS: Uvalde schools police chief not responding to investigators

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Texas DPS: Uvalde schools police chief not responding to investigators

"The uvalde Texas police chief says he is cooperating with the investigation into last week's deadly school shooting You Val the consolidated independent school district police chief Pete arradondo tells CNN He's talking to Ellie with investigators That contradicts claims from state law enforcement that he has stopped cooperating The chief communications officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety said Tuesday arradondo had not responded to DPS requests for two days State officials have said that 19 police officers waited outside the classroom where Salvador Ramos had opened fire despite

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Uvalde Police Chief Refuses to Cooperate With Investigators

The Officer Tatum Show

00:58 sec | Last month

Uvalde Police Chief Refuses to Cooperate With Investigators

"I want to continue to talk about I've seen that there was a breaking story where there was a conflict of whether or not you've already police department in the United States, independent school district is still cooperating with the state police department with the Texas Department of Public Safety, which is how we patrol DPS, they call it DPS. If they are not in the same ABC article, it says that they are not cooperating and then later in the article, it says the ABC News anchor or that anchor, but somebody that works with them reached out to the spokesperson of the Texas Department of Public Safety and they said that the police department and Yuval ISD police have been cooperating with investigators and says the chief of the Yuval the ISD, I'm just going to call them ISD is to see ISD. The chief of police are provided an initial interview, but has not responded to the request for a follow-up interview with the Texas Rangers that was made about two days ago.

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The story about how the Uvalde gunman entered the school is shifting

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

The story about how the Uvalde gunman entered the school is shifting

"Information is emerging about the unlocked door the gunman walked through to gain access to the school in the shooting and uvalde Texas Law enforcement had initially said that a teacher at rob elementary school propped open an exterior door and that was how the shooter got inside a spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety says investigators have now determined that the teacher who has not been identified propped the door open with a rock but then remove The Rock and close the door when she realized there was a shooter on campus but the closed door did not lock The details were confirmed by video surveillance San Antonio attorney Don Flannery told the San Antonio express news She saw him jump the fence with a gun kicked The Rock away and remembers pulling the door closed while telling 9-1-1 that he was shooting

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 Clerks Asked for Phone Records in Supreme Court Probe

Mark Levin

00:41 sec | Last month

Clerks Asked for Phone Records in Supreme Court Probe

"See the Supreme Court now the investigator for the Supreme Court has asked all the law clerks and perhaps others for their telephones and their telephone records Their cell phones I suspect what you'll find is that some of these individuals have leaked to the media and their Democrat Friends Have leaked to the media and their Democrat friends and not just in this one instance We'll see how many of them object to having their phones taken by their employer

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"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

"Technology is due pies electricity. It is important to understand pies. Electricity and how it can cause random things to create false positive during d. v. p. he session post diction. This involves explanation. After the fact post fiction is also referred to as po shadowing or prediction after the fact in is in effect of hindsight bias. That explains claimed predictions of significant events such as plane crashes and natural disasters in the paranormal field. You will come across as quite often power of suggestion. You will often see the result of this on paranormal tv shows. An example would be during a reveal to apply. Investigator says we have this. Mvp believe it says whatever suggestion and we want to see if you hear it. Guess what the client will most likely. Here what the person's Suggested the same thing can occur with the visual evidence. This is something that you wish to greatly. Avoid quantum entanglement mariam what stir defines quantum entanglement as a property of a set of subatomic particles whereby quantum characteristic such a spin or momentum of one particle is directly in immediately correlated with the equivalent characteristic of the others regardless of separation space. The national library of medicine simplifies at by describing quantum entanglement as a phenomenon which entangled systems exhibit correlations that cannot be explained by classical physics. Quantum entanglement relate to parallel investigations. You may ask it is theorized by some scientists familiar with the topic that quantum entanglement is also a phenomenon that can occur between people in example of this would be a mother who was miles away from her child knowing that something seriously wrong with child even though she has not spoken with them. This could be a major health event. A car accident a crank committed against them etc. Another example is a young person gets injured while playing with friends and their sibling. Who was at the mall with a parent. Show some of the symptoms of feeling the pain from the injury of their sibling. Our nervous systems are big. Antennas receiving transmitting energy in it is theorized by some scientists that people who are very close to each other emotionally become bound to each other at the quantum level and can share motions and be aware of strong emotions of each other even at a great distance. Quantum were of the atomic and especially the subatomic level. These situations can often be misperceived as paranormal activity. Scopus asia the psychic staring effect is a theorized phenomenon which humans detecting stirred at by extrasensory means. Basically it's the feeling of being watched s- crying also known by various names such as seeing or peeping it is the practice of looking into a suitable medium in the hope of detecting significant message visits in a paranormal field. You will see this..

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"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

"Are various sensors pertaining to electromagnetic radiation yet. Many people don't exactly understand what it is. How the senses it and how it can or cannot be manipulated by paranormal entity. It is imperative to understand electromagnetic radiation if you're going to be a paranormal investigator equipment. Paranormal investigators do use a wide variety of equipment and it is very important to know how it works. What is use for what can influence the readings and what can get false readings and how to differentiate between treating a false reading. It is important to note that the equipment is all experimental and theoretical in everything that shows up as reading is in paranormal in most cases. It isn't ev class system. Edp is recording voices on a form of such media as an audio recorder. That couldn't have been heard without the device. Hearing something with the ears is not an mvp. It is a dvd a direct voice phenomenon. There is a class system for ap's that is generally used the paranormal field gases. There were a bunch of gases on our planet that we interact with always frequently occasionally in rarely is important to understand how these gases can affect human being a how can alter your perception. Some of these gases include oxygen nitrogen methane carbon dioxide carbon monoxide etc gravity. It is important to understand gravity and how it works. There were various things that can affect it in change it. It is not a constant thing such as geology. Latitude and elevation could change the effects of gravity. Even small sunset. People can notice a difference. Hutchinson effect this is a collection phenomenon. That includes levitation fusion of dissimilar materials anomalous heating of medals on tanis fractures medals changes in crystalline structure etc. These subjects are theories not proven by science however you will sometimes come across claims with them during paranormal investigations. Heppner gajic hallucinations. Those are hallucinations. That occur while you're falling asleep when you experienced hallucinations. You see here field things. That aren't actually there. Help nepal hallucinations. Those are hallucinations at occur. When you're waking up when he experienced hallucinations you see hear feel things that aren't actually there. Ideo motor phenomenon a psychological phenomenon wherein a subject makes motions unconsciously the effects of automatic writing dowsing facilitated communication applied kinesiology in the moving of the plant shed on witchy boards have been attributed to the phenomenon if it monkey theorem a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type any given text. If given enough time in the paranormal world similar situation would be watching the output berman. Sos camera asking figure you see on screen repeatedly over and over again to raise. Its arm and by chance. I'll put eventually she'll the stick figure raising its arm and he believe it must be responding to you when in reality it is just the device randomly varying output in for sound an ultrasound. The difference between infra sound ultrasound is at imprisoned is the barely audible low frequency. Sound that humans can hear whereas ultrasound is the barely audible. Hyper quincy sound. Both of these have been found to have an effect on the human nervous system and can cause perceived paranormal activity instrumental trans communication communication with the deceased person. Using equipment sa- chronic tones in by neural beats by neural beats in eissa chronic tones are two different methods of producing brainwave in treatment with audio repetitive..

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"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

02:38 min | 8 months ago

"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

"An dark location. The opposite can be said for light. Adaption dermal optical perception also known as dermal vision d'oro optics isla site islets vision. Skin vision skin reading thinker vision para optic vision para optic perception cutaneous perception digital site and bio entrust skippy is a term. That is used in parapsychology to note the alleged capability to perceive colors differences in brightness and or form images through the skin without using the is as distinct from blinds site especially upon touching the fingertips typically people claim to have german optical perception claim to be able to see using skin with their fingers or hands people who claim to have deal p. often demonstrated by reading while blindfolded. This has not been scientifically proven in any major claims of having. This ability have been disproved some fake psychic so claimed to have civility sometimes during parallel investigations. Will you will. You will appliance. Describe a similar occurrence doorway effect. This is a wild experience phenomenon. Wearing person passing through a doorway may forget what they were doing thinking we'll previously an example would be being on a parallel investigation leaping location again item from the car and forgetting what the item was for stomach back into the property. Dopamine dopamine is a neurotransmitter that your body produces that carries messages from one cell to another dopamine. Plays a huge role in how humans feel pleasure in the paranormal field. High dopamine levels can causing society hyper awareness in a false sense of paranormal activity. Dunning krueger effect. It's a hypothetical cognitive bias stating people with a low -bility at task overestimate their own ability. And that people with a high ability at a task under a straight their own ability. An example of this would be a recreational ghost hunter trying to conduct a full fledged panel investigation when they are way over their head causing the ghost hunter in the client to both become very frustrated when the ghost hunters should have sought out the assistance of inexperienced paranormal investigator electromagnetic radiation electromagnetic radiation abbreviated as emr consists of waves of electromagnetic field. Propagating through space carrying electromagnetic radiant energy includes radio waves. Microwaves infrared visible light ultraviolet x rays in gamma rays. Half of the equipment used by paranormal..

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"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

04:53 min | 8 months ago

"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

"Subjects for investigators to research in one of my recent posts. I discussed the do's and do not for new investigators during that post. I mentioned about getting educated in as many subjects possible. This post will briefly define some of the subjects that you may or may not hear about on television shows and those that you most likely will not hear about on television shows. It is beneficial for series investigators to be familiar with these topics. The list is alphabetized. However i am sure that there are many more subjects that i didn't mention here. The is just a good start. Some of the technical definitions came from dictionary dot com web md dot com or wikipedia dot com after images and after image in general is in optical lesion that refers to an image continuing to appear.

"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"investigator" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

"Spend do not for new investigators. Each experienced investigator has their own method of completing investigations. You may see similarities between season investigators while others may have very different methodology. I would suggest learning as much as you can from various investigators in researching science behind. What they do some investigators really know their stuff while others may not. This post will not cover investigative methodology. I will cover that subject. Another post postal pertain. To general advice for newbies. I are twenty five dues one in most cases. Television is not the best teacher when it comes to paranormal investigation. What you see on most tv shows is designed to gather the best ratings in any investigation usually doesn't reflect actual investigative procedures. Tv shows like ghosts nation and ghost hunters to a pretty good job of representing what an investigation israeli like working with an experienced. Paranormal investigator nanako center. Who does it. Strictly entertainment purposes is the best way to learn to be willing to put aside any preconceptions that you have learned from televisions bubis religious or personal beliefs. Keep an open mind. Three research anything in everything. You can the more knowledge that you the better. There are countless things that you can research that you will never hear on tv shows that will help you in the paranormal investigations. Our cover all of those in another post for investigations are fun and exciting however they may require live pre imposed work. What you see on tv shows is forty five minutes of highlights from investigations. That may have taken several days or a week or more. five investigations. Don't have to be after dark especially if you are in a rural area. If you were near busy town or city it does help to do investigations at night. Is everything going on around. The location can be a distraction in effect evidence. Procurement investigations can be done during the day if the location is suitable unless a client states that the activity seems to be limited to after dark..

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"investigator" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"investigator" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Yeah. No, it's true. It's true. Now Pete has been to over seven hundred puppymills and he's gone undercover in scores of Commercial Kennels Factory Farms kitten mills fisheries all to bring abusers to justice. His work has been key and encouraging several states to ban dog and cat sales and pet stores clean California, and it is also helped end the illegal practice of selling pets to labs for experimentation I. Bet a lot of people didn't know that that when their pets disappeared that they might have been sent to a lab to be cut open by experimenters and kept in. A cage, the rest of their lives. He's written a book called rescue dogs, which is amazing. It recounts his experiences and undercover investigator. Yes. But the also educates readers in this book on how to be a responsible pet parrot no matter the pet you get and he also talks about adopting not shopping and we're GonNa talk about that today because a Lotta people think oh By a pet because I don't WanNa get an adopted animal, they might be you know have a lot of quote unquote problems but no pete convinces you in this book that that is. Definitely. A wrong thinking that actually adopting is the way to go. So now he also has this new investigation which we're going to also be disc- discussing today, which is quite shocking and it's just been released about the dairy industry. So it's perfect for us. So Pete Paxton thank you for all the work you've done and welcome to the switch for good podcast. Thank you. It is an honor to be on here I really appreciate it. It's a real honor to have you. Can we start off with your first case nineteen years ago? You brought down the notorious CDC Baird. Who is a be dealer who was selling dogs Pets to. Specifically dogs to vet schools and labs, and this your your efforts in this investigation became a very, very successful HBO documentary called Dealing Dogs which you can actually see online now and What led you to this very first investigation where you investigated baird a class B dealer. Will so I. Did that for a group called last chance for animals they had been trying to hit that target for years and years and. I had just started rights on this young. Guy. It'd be an investigator. Sounds Great. And I was learning to do mobile surveillance and doing some sedentary surveillance and you know that kind of thing. We went to check out that place we surveyed the target. You know we we. We saw the facility like we we located a trench where dog bodies had been dumped and I'll spare your listeners some of the more gruesome details, but there was evidence that certainly there was a. There was abuse going on. And the thing that. I would really love for you to share and you could just we can. Just you can always say before here comes some graphic and people confess for sure eight. Okay I mean we only are living through what we think of in our head which make be completely incorrect. God should it will. So what we saw was a you know we see this facility, which is this massive Kennel where everything is blocked from view. From Martin grow already a tiny road in a small town in the ozarks of Arkansas even just going down that road you can't see anything right and so we're looking at these covered Kennels at the on the and we're on the back of the property. We see this trench that they've dug and we Gobert his massive trench, it is filled with trash. In. It's filled with a dog bodies and many of the Dodd bodies are cut open and some of their wagons out and there's a table sitting next to the trench. It is covered in blood and it has a bloody knife on it. So we're trying to figure out what the hell that means or what's going on. So I went down into the trench. and. I was trying to go through the bodies in skating them looking for chips because we knew some of them were stolen pets. But they all started collecting trash. They were throwing away the USDA tags with the bodies which is legal collected those. And all the paperwork I could find. So we get back to a hotel room and we're sifting through all of this, you know this dirty and bloodstain trash. And what we saw was that there were these forms, the called CBI's certificates of veterinary inspection. You have a dog and you want that dog to cross state. Line. To have CV that's that's the law. Will these dogs at this target were being sold to research labs all across the country so they had to have a CPI for each one the Pi Steve Garrett that I was with. He's the reason the whole case happened we're in this hotel room we're looking at him were set were spreading them out on on a table and he says man every the it says that a vet looked at their eyes nose ear skin every mouth every inch of the dogs. He goes. There's no way of vet is looking at this many dogs being sending out dozens a week, and he said I can tell just by looking at them that a vet signed them all at the same time. So I think what's happening is that event is pre signing them and then they're filling out the forms. And I said, okay we'll would what we did and he said, well, we know we're a put together a plan and I I went back home and then one day Steve called me he goes you know. So here's the thing is I. Don't think surveillance is GonNa cut it I. Think You Gotta We gotta do something else you're GonNa you'RE GONNA have to go to Arkansas said okay. Yeah. I'll do it I'll. Go out to Arkansas okay. You're going to have to get ready you're GONNA have to find a place to live you're going to have to get ready to establish yourself in the environment I did not realize That I. Just agreed to going undercover into this facility and there's no is going to back out at that point. So and so the goal of it, which the HBO documentary about that case called dealing dogs focuses on the animal cruelty in a civilised important it because at also reveals the USDA corruption that allowed this target to operate like this right but the the reason that I was there for so long was because I was waiting for an opportunity to find those CBI's because we knew that every single form that I found that was blank and pre signed. That was going to be fraud that was going to be a federal offence, which is why we were giving evidence directly to the US Attorney's office and it took. Almost five months before I was able to get access to the owners of that facility and Patsy Baird, and I could see in the top right corner of patchy desk, a stack of those CD is and I could fumble through them and see that they were pre signed and they're empty and I just started snapping pictures and that was what ultimately led to the target getting boxed. Wow. And Can you tell us a little bit about how you even got to be hooked up with Steve Garrett you had wanted to be in the FBI right? Yes. So originally that was my goal was that I thought okay I I I I was already a vegetarian and I was thinking like, what is it that I wanna do in the world that would really help out I thought what if I maybe if I go into some kind of law enforcement I can do something really good to try and help out the world, and so it was looking into every aspect of law enforcement that exists and I looked at the FBI and I saw they had this unit called the serial killer child abduction unit and everybody knows what that is now a back then in the nineties, nobody knew what that was. And There was a book that came out from one of the people that had founded the unit and the book was called Mindhunter and the author Douglas. He explains.

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"investigator" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"investigator" Discussed on WTVN

"Of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army, which has a missing person's locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead a love one of a missing person to have any faith that the police could properly that news radio 6 10 W TV N Chul, Riley and Columbus is morning news. Man to beat. All right, Let's get rolling this morning. It is 5 39 were 21 from six Happy Hump Day. Wednesday morning.

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"investigator" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

Cryptic Chronicles

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

"On that night. Oh. Yeah? Yeah is NEAT. So do you ever have like we're? In situations where you like, get your electric's to work, right? Yes, our, it actually happened at the same place. I was trying to show my team members something on my phone and all of a sudden. My phone just went crazy. Like. A malfunctioned for the first time, and I never seen my phone do anything. I couldn't even turn it off like he had to help me. Turn my phone off. I could not turn my phone off England's very strange but there have been independence's where you know. Our cameras would stop working. I'll just turn off or the battery will just die or whatever you I'd say. That's definitely something messing with us. you know because it happens? So when I've made a couple. Go stuff or like dot forms or even mentioning like demons and things of that nature I have come across situations where files would just wouldn't even open. And I've also come across situations where. Like it's not like they would be deleted, but they would be corrupted somehow. Like the video or not video the voice recording file. and. Luckily. I always keep like three or four copies, even export in email myself side copies, because like I've always come across like weird stupid crap when it comes to electrtonics and stuff. So it hasn't really messed with any of my episodes, but I have come across. We're anomalous stuff, but it's only when I'm talking about. Things of that nature. Wow something demonic. Or just like anything that that you know like if I'm talking about slender man, or or haunting cursed objects or demonic entities or just supernatural entities in general. Yeah. That's happened to me. Wow, that's interesting. Which isn't a scary thing. It's just like what the hell. Something's messing with my electronics. Trying to get your attention probably. Or trying to stop me from saint stuff. That's more like just. I got that's. That's true, too. Yeah, very well could be. So when you're on these paranormal investigations, how do you stay calm? It's easy. Actually you know especially if it's quiet, you know you go in. It's quiet a at first of course because you know. Everybody's quiet in the room and they're starting to ask questions and starting to talk spirits and whatnot and. when something actually happens, that's when it gets a little challenging to stay calm because. You automatically get this adrenaline rush, and you just get like the cited and like you know when the poker chip thing happened to us, the legal tender for example I was like falling asleep. I was yawning I was getting so tired and then all of a sudden this poker chip. No incident happens in. It just woke me right up. And you know gave me a little bit of excitement. I mean I was. Scared me a little bit. You know I mean having you not get. Time to time so. Activated. Point. Yes, absolutely absolutely. Yeah I was just amazed. so stuff like that happens, and of course not definitely causes excitement, but it can't be the type of person as a paranormal investigator. Just run out of a building or something crazy like that. You know you have to start. Day, they're exactly. Do. Yeah so you but for the most part you know it's. It's usually real easy to stay calm. I don't know if I take on. So what kind of challenges are hurdles? Does your team face when going on paranormal investigations? And how do you overcome them? Current, it nothing too.

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"investigator" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

Cryptic Chronicles

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

"Mean. I can go on and on. Your team ever catch. As a matter of fact to es we captured a couple of things at this one small location. Here New Mexico. I brought on a guest investigator he He had a camera set in one of the rooms in this little building. and. We caught a shadowed figure and yeah, it was pretty quite interesting and another fill another video in the same room at the same angle. Actually you see some like like anomaly type thing manifesting itself like on the other side of the same exact screens, two different videos, two different periods of time, but none of us were in that room, and it's an enclosed room. There's only one door one way in one way out, so that was pretty interesting as well. Yeah! That's kind of creepy. So I understand that one of estimators daters is when Nita. She comes from a long line of healers. So what exactly drew her to begin the team and start the team? Do you know? Did she give you any stories about her? Experiences. While she's always been connected to the paranormal She is what you would call a psychic medium as well you know. She feels different energies, and she's had experiences pretty much her whole life so I'm not exactly one hundred percent positive as to what you know drove her to starts the team. I can't recall. might have told me once before, but I can't say for sure but but yeah, she's actually She's a very. She's very sensitive, so she's like a genuine. Yes. As fascinating, do you have any like spiritual connections to the paranormal at all? Not Sensitive by any means. I don't actually feel things. I don't see things i. don't hear things you know unless it's like in real time, not.

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"investigator" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on WTOP

"Former investigator and his son who are white Brunswick circuit district attorney Jackie Johnson says police told her it was a case of self defense stemming from a burglary and says her office had to step back because suspect Gregory make Michael had worked for her the Waycross circuit district attorney George Barnhill was appointed to take over but he had already advised police that he didn't see grounds for arrest since the father and son had probable cause to stop a burglary suspect Barnhill then had to recuse himself because his son worked for the previous prosecutor one more local district attorney stepped in until the Attorney General appointed joy at homes one of seven black district attorneys in Georgia hi Jackie Quinn now the latest on the pandemic northern Virginia according to governor Northam says phase one of the state's re opening plan is now delayed in northern Virginia by two weeks until midnight Thursday may twenty eighth the rest of the state will begin phase one this coming Friday Maryland governor Larry Hogan reportedly mounting tomorrow a gradual re opening up the state that whole left some hard hit counties as well keep their restrictions in place DC's mayor telling WTOP tonight she's about to start holding meetings to discuss re opening the nation's capital but nothing is definite also knew the beach and boardwalk ever hope with beach will reopen this Friday for exercise only and if you've been to Virginia beach the Virginia beach city council releasing a tentative plan tonight to reopen this Memorial Day weekend pending the governor's approval house Democrats rolling out their latest coronavirus relief package setting up a showdown with Republicans more from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff today house Democrats are introducing the hear of fact the bill contains what speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats have been calling for it shows that focus on three pillars opening our economy safely and soon Iringa heroes and putting much needed money into the pockets of the American people the bill is scheduled for a vote on Friday and is expected to pass on party lines Republicans though are pushing the brakes on additional relief saying they want to see how efficient the already approved nine trillion dollars is before proving any additional relief bill Rakoff CBS news how do you calculate grades for students who suddenly have to take classes online are cut off from their school community and like the grown ups around them live with the impact of this pandemic high school students in Montgomery County will be able to choose take a letter grade or the pass incomplete option plus that fourth quarter grade will be based on the third marking period and students will get a boost of one letter grade students got to weigh in before the decision by the board of ed Gillian Bordick a student at Walter Johnson high school didn't like the idea of a boost to letter grades why should the board of education be handing out grades to students who did not earn them Erin longer student at Winston Churchill high school supported the option they gave students a choice as such choice takes into account every city is unique situation during this pandemic cake Ryan WTOP news just ahead on money news a bill floating around to punish China if they don't cooperate with corona virus investigations eleven fifty four.

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"investigator" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You're an investigator which would be the the best and easiest way of talking about this another theory about what happened about who did it or how they did it the term confirmation bias I hesitate to use it but you have a theory the question is does that theory in some way determine the kind of evidence that you look for and the kind of evidence that you reject if you truly believe there were no intruders in the house in the Jeffrey McDonald was the person who killed his family you may not look for evidence that suggests that there were intruders in the house you might not even notice it it might become for all intents and purposes invisible so here's what he's saying he's saying he was talking about a movie he's he's a film critic so he talks about how we are already predisposed to believe whatever it is we want to believe and you know what propagandists no that that's why propaganda works because they will feel the stuff that we already want to believe whether it's going to be good or bad or or either way they know how to get us to reinforce our pre existing beliefs you see where he's going with this no I do and I remember I've quoted this Hitler quoted a number of times on the show but for the sake of the new syndication stations are hearing it Hitler is said something he said tell a lie make it simple tell it over and over again and they will eventually believe it absolutely Adolf Hitler knew that so and that's what's going on we don't know who's telling the truth and telling a lie and therefore we are in this state of fear because we're mostly a faithless nation who was it who was it that said the other day it was the voice of the Dodgers vin Scully he said during World War two seventy five percent of Americans were involved with some sort of a house of worship seventy five percent of Americans toward nowadays it's less than fifty percent involved with a house of worship so what happens is we have a country that is faithless that is actually they do what feels good and they do what they want to and they live for pleasure and they've gone astray and it's very very sad and so here's what we have we have just this kind of faceless listening and watching to the media and going to the media and the experts to tell us what is the truth but we don't know if they're telling us that yes but our bridges hold on let me tell you the day god is our dad my right masters for those who don't know where the two sons of a a the author lecturer of a theoretical physicist so we've lived interesting lives but he used to say what is one plus one he would say this to somebody and they would say to need to have you know and they would say because that's what I was taught one plus one is two he said no I asked me the same thing and the person would see him one plus what's one plus one he would say to and my dad has asked me how I know this is how do you know he says well first I was taught but I can also see it to be the truth therein lies the difference for yourself yes yes all right see it for myself to be the truth so do we have time we don't have time to get up to play it on the backside because Errol Morris continues about confirmation bias basically what he's saying is your brain frames.

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"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

Intermountain PI Podcast

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

"Broadcasting from the crossroads of the West in historic Salt Lake City when you're listening to the Inter Mountain P. I. Podcast? Here's your host celebrated Utah. Private investigator. Scott Fulmer hey welcome back to the podcast. Tom Scott Fulmer. I'M A UTAH. Private investigator and I am author of confessions of a private eye. You can find my book on Amazon and you can find me on the web at. WWW DOT inter mountain p I dot Com just had the pleasure of speaking with Matt Spare and I will be in a future future episode of his podcast. It's called Pi Perspectives. You can find it wherever you get your podcasts. You're listening to episode number thirty five ways private investigators except client payments. So let's talk about the five ways private investigators except client payments. Now obviously there are more five ways. There's a lot of different ways but the goal is to give your client plenty of ways to put their money in your pocket as speaking of getting paid track ops has ways to keep your cash flow well flowing track. OPS is a powerful investigation management platform. In fact it's used by companies of all sizes is is in countries all around the world with features designed for managing every aspect of the PI agency. Track OPS has the tools you need to streamline your operation in from intake to invoice track ops you can see at a glance how much budget remains on a particular file. So let's make twenty twenty year. You become more profitable with track ops. You can get checkups free right now for fifteen days by signing a patrol cops dot com mentioned that you heard about it on the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast outcast. And you'RE GONNA get an additional ten percent off of your base. Subscription price track ops his case management made easy. So let's talk about the five ways private investigators except client payments. The first is accounting software programs such as quickbooks and fresh books they allow you to accept credit card payments plus they seamlessly integrated clients payment right into your accounting he can also send invoices by email. Alan you can even use a credit card reader. For example quickbooks has the go payment at put allows you to accept the credit cards. And you'RE GONNA want to check these show notes at. WWW DOT inter mountain dot com for the specific rates and fees. Go to the website. Go to the podcast go to this podcast episode which is number thirty and at the bottom you will find the actual rates and fees number to a bank cashier's check cashier's check is essentially a check from the bank in other words is guaranteed certified funds. You can feel comfortable accepting a cashier's check from customer because it won't bounce on the other hand and there is such thing as fraudulent cashier's checks so if there's any question as to the authenticity of the cashier's check just take it to your bank and had them review it the third of the five ways private investigators except client payments through mobile payment services for example APPs such as Vin Mo- pay pal how and facebook payments and the plus side if you're dealing especially with domestic clients. They're probably already familiar with these types of APPs they're already using vim. Oh they're probably already using facebook payment so it's not any new ground for them and again the idea is to make it easy for clients to pay you. Number number. Four is credit cards for one thing. The credit card industry has changed dramatically in the last twenty to thirty years as a matter of fact the days of leasing and expensive credit record terminal and paying outrageous monthly fees and monthly minimums are over. There are numerous companies right now. Such as stripe clover pay the anywhere and of course square that allow you to accept credit card payments they typically charge a percentage of the payment and then a flat fee again check the show notes is for current rates unlike the aforementioned accounting and mobile payment examples these other services are strictly credit card services. They each provide a card reader. You probably we're GONNA have to pay for them some. Give them free. But most you're GONNA have to pay and with a credit card reader you can accept credit cards by magnetic strip by M. V. Chip contactless card. Hard Apple. Pay Whatever the card. We Use your connected by Bluetooth to your cell phone or to your tablet for instance you can meet a client at a coffee shop and accept a payment right there here at the table and finally the fifth way private investigators accept customer. Payments is through a bank wire conventional bank wire is simply an electronic the transfer of funds between two people are two entities. Amankwah should not be confused with an Ach transferred that something totally different. But Bank wires can be sent sent both domestically and internationally client would pay about twenty five to thirty five dollars to send you a domestic bank wire whereas a the international bank wire would be about thirty to sixty dollars. It really depends on the bank now. There's no cost for you to receive the bank wire which is a plus and depending on the bank a domestic bank wire can occur the same day so you can. You can get the money the same day International Bank W- may take a couple of days and this has been five ways as private investigators except client payments. There are numerous other methods but these five ways or some of the most common. You've been listening to the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast the number one show for private investigators who wanted to take their investigative skills to the next level. Join join us every Tuesday on Apple Google spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to subscribe rate and give us a five star review. Send your comments comments and questions to podcast at Inter Mountain. Pi Dot Com. That is it for this week's episode until next time this is Utah private investigator. Investigators Scott Fulmer or my new. The game.

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"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

Intermountain PI Podcast

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

"Well come back to another episode of the Inter Mountain V. I. Podcast Broadcasting from somewhere along the Wasatch Frontier Ryan Cold Utah. I'm your host Scott Fulmer a license private investigator and author of confessions of a private eye available now on Amazon. This is episode fourteen of the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast thirty five of the best marketing tips for private investigators. Now do you think private investigator. Marketing is just business. Cards and billboards think again. Everything is marketing everything from your brochures to how you write your reports even how you answer the telephone. It's all marketing. This is not going to be your were Ordinary list of private investigator marketing tips. Some of them of course will be familiar. But I really want you to think outside the box and I'd like you to consider a different approach. The Marketing Kevin Inclusive approach that touches on every aspect of your business to that end considered these thirty five of the best marketing tips for private investigators. Peters number one your email address your email address is a marketing tool. It should reflect the domain of your company's website for example if your company is ABC the investigations in your email address should be Bob at ABC investigations. Every email. You send is an advertisement for your company. Email addresses is like Bob at hotmail dot com or Bob at gmail.com just unprofessional number to be a purple cow. Seth go Dan's Book Nets G. UH-HUH D. I n.. Go Dan. His book is called Purple Cow. It's about making your business remarkable from your business cards to your logo. Your approach should be to stand out from other private investigative firms. I'm a big believer in going against the norm and doing things that are different in a world of black and white dairy cows be purple. Oh cow number. Three part investigator part therapist part priest. Welcome to the new age. You're not on the job anymore. This is the private sector. New cases here often began with the telephone. And how you answer. The phone and deal with. Potential clients is marketing a gruff. Hello and simply stating I charge X.. Number dollars per hour are isn't going to cut it especially with domestic clients. They expect you to be part investigator part therapist and part priest. They want to feel comfortable with you. Have it number. Five five of Stephen. Covey's seven habits of highly effective people states seek first to understand then to be understood. Most People Covey says do not listened with the intent to understand they listen with the intent to reply and a big part of private investigator. Marketing is selling your services over the phone so it begins with listening with the intent to understand your clients problems to understand what they want and of course this goes hand in hand with number four. which is if they like you? They will hire you in in other words if you build it they will come at truism if there ever was one but your clients. Decisions are all based on emotions. Let me say that again. Your clients decisions are all based on emotions simply put as you speak with a potential client. Want you to listen. What I'm about to say here is very important as you speak with a potential client if you're friendly helpful helpful and professional they will like you and if they like you they will trust you and if they trust you they will hire you? Say That again as you speak with a potential client if you're friendly friendly helpful and professional they will like you and if they like you they will trust you and if they trust you they will hire you. That's private investigator. Markets it's best number five social media. You should have a presence on social media. Of course it's free and it's a great way to market your private investigator services although depending on what you do you and how you approach it you may or may not make money but generally speaking the real value the social media is having. You're having viewed as an industry thought leader and as a professional number six. Write an article seriously. Share your expertise industry publications such as Pi now dot com and pursued MAG dot com an all ends in many others. They're all clamoring for articles by private. Investigators it'll give you free exposure in the industry and and can bring in more business. And furthermore it'll foster tree your image as a professional private investigator and an expert number seven get a website. A web presence is a must for marketing. Your Business but a website can bring in business or it can drive business away as potential clients browse your site. They're looking for reasons to hire you or reasons not to depending on what your website looks like number eight. Eight adjusters are sick of doughnuts. Dropping off donuts with local insurance. ADJUSTERS has really been go to marketing tool for decades but truth be told adjusters or pretty much sick of donuts so try something different for change bagels and cream cheese. Serve Breakfast tacos hot chocolate packets or gourmet coffee and coffee mugs with your logo ago. But don't forget the main purpose of the visit is not to drop off bagels but to keep your face in front of clients and meet potential clients and of course. Don't be shy to ask them. If they have a case for you number nine write a blog share your thoughts with the world and writing a blog is a great way to organically increase your profile on Google and other search engines again. You'll be viewed as an expert and with this in mind You should check out many of the popular blogs that are written by private investigators. Brian Willingham Rachelle Davis Davis Kasich and Kucic There's another one called guns gams and gumshoes and if you go to my My website at www dot inter inter mountain Pi Dot Com. Click on the PODCAST. And you'll be able to read this PODCASTS in there are links to all of these websites number ten host podcast moreover if you're slightly more daring consider hosting a podcast. It's easier than you think. That's a great way to market your private investigator business and I check out some of the at a private investigator podcast to see what other people are doing out there again. The links are on my website at number eleven. Make it easy to get paid. All your marketing efforts will be for naught if if an out of state client hires you and you have to wait a week for a check via snail. Mail getting paid. These days is easier than ever their APP. Such a Stripe Square Vinho even pay pal and quickbooks. They can accept credit cards and put money and retainers into your bank account quickly. The choices are legion. Something added this. I often hear your private. Investigators complained about the cost of these services. But my friends. It's the price of doing business if you're not accepting credit cards you're losing business and you can always pass that cost onto onto your customer and don't forget to brand your credit card services. Clients should see your company name and logo on their receipt number twelve facebook ads. Depending on who your potential clients are advertising on. FACEBOOK may be worth it on the other hand. It may not I've had mixed results so do some ad testing on facebook before you totally commit your budget budget number. Thirteen cold calls by telephone. Cases often begin with the phone call on the other hand cold calling. Potential clients is a great marketing tool. But remember it's a numbers I gave. You might make fifty calls and out of those fifty calls you'll speak with three potential clients and eventually maybe get one new case so make sure you have something to offer them such as a free report Torah short presentation and number fourteen is cold calls in person so aside from the telephone cold call you can also meet people in person and a cold call and they can be valuable or they can be wasted time again. Make sure you have something to offer the potential client and all of this depends on the types of services that you offer and who your clients are number fifteen be a joiner. I'm talking specifically early about joining private investigation organization sets as the PI. A you tally. Kelly valley all the allies out. There this will give you an opportunity to meet other private investigators and market your services to them number sixteen. Be a guest on a podcast. I've said number seventeen. Write a book. Is there an idea for a book. percolating working in the back of your mind. I bet there is. I turn my former blog into a book. Confessions of private eye and publishing book gives you credibility it opens up a brand new area from marketing number eighteen make videos to youtube channel. Start making private investigator related videos number. Nineteen speechifying I. I give a talk at a conference or seminar reading your local Rotary Club. It's all about networking practicing your presentation and meeting people who can turn out to be potential clients. It's number twenty. Do a radio commercial. Do you have a face for radio..

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"investigator" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Was negative for drugs every the dogs didn't didn't hit on the materials and it looks like these worker nurse into what they called a nerd materials it was just some sort of a nerd powder like flour or something like that exactly like powder or like like flour or baby powder my god why would he do that why would he stuff that in the wheel wells the more experienced no more experienced veteran inspectors told her that this wouldn't be the first time that a guy got ripped off with baby but talcum powder and brought we paid a lot of money for it and of course that's not illegal right exactly it's not illegal so now they had to face the possibility of having to let the guy go well that that kinda went out the window because as this was going on the guy broke free from the inspectors and wild and went and hi jacked a car that was passing by pulled out the passenger and tried to get into the car to a hot car jacket and the skate so they connected to a written and they captured guy brought him back and challenge they didn't they still didn't tell this was inert material they just brought him back maybe he didn't know maybe he thought it was the real deal that's what they were saying she was a mule maybe but the the investigator for the day the American female customs inspector told them keep searching the car we have to tear it apart because the answer will be in the car yeah and so that's what she said the answer will be in the car so they pulled apart the mechanisms in the car you know they literally you know I'm screwed things and pull things apart and the started finding like she said they started finding the answer in the car because they started finding circuit boards timers different some things that looked like fuse devices all.

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"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

Intermountain PI Podcast

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

"And welcome back to another episode of the Inter Mountain? The I private investigator podcast. I'm your host Scott. Fulmer a licensed private investigator and author of confessions of a private eye available now on Amazon. The best and most listened to private investigator podcasts. I've traveled a lot as a as a PI. And I'm sure you do as well and for that reason. I listen to podcasts. Now to the uninitiated. PODCAST is simply an audio recording. Its Talk Radio on demand as a result you can listen whenever and wherever you want and private investigative. PODCASTS are basically free continuing education. I like you I I sometimes get bogged down in the day to day minutiae of investigative work. And then I attend a conference or seminar and I'm exposed to new ideas and new methods and that's essentially what a private investigator podcast offers. So what are the best and most listened to private investigator. podcasts outcasts well I mean. It's obviously upper interpretation but I've listened my personal favorites here. I think there's about eight of them that I've listed by the way I've only listed podcast acid hosted by actual private investigators in other words experienced. Pi's that have something to offer the industry with a couple of exceptions. I think two maybe three. I've only included active private investigator podcasts. So here's the list in no particular order. I is the G. I. M. G.. PODCAST ask that is the global investigators media group it was launched in two thousand fourteen. My Florida private investigator. Tim Roar of the Grafton Group well-known Colorado Colorado private investigators Dean Karen Beers of associates in forensic investigations are also hosts and the team was rounded out by a couple of other Florida. Pi's Richard Harrison Rory Macmahon who you know the entire group basically rotate hosting duties and each hour. Long episode of course is different. They discussed private Dr Investigator News and current industry trends and dean and Karin. Obviously forensics at the PODCAST is inactive. There last episode was earlier this here in two thousand eighteen. However years worth of back episodes that you can still enjoy and the podcast? Production is no frills but it does provide great information nations and overall. It's a really good podcast number. Two is my favorite detective stories and this is a relatively new podcast. It's hosted by private investigator. John a Hoda of Hoda investigations in Milford Connecticut for starters. John's podcast is it's really enjoyable and you can tell that he enjoys is what he does. by the way he interacts with guests he has a storied career in law enforcement. And in private investigations and I think that At least this is my opinion. The podcast cast is his way of mentoring to new private investigators in the industry each forty five minute weekly episode follows the same format he interviews current or or past private investigators on ask them how they got started in the business and ask them a little bit about their specialties. And what kind of niche they fill and in the end he asked the guest talk talk about one of their favourite cases. John Interviewed me for episode number. Twenty nine of my favorite detective stories and you can listen to it on his podcast or and this is applies to all the links that I'm going to all the PODCASTS. On going to mention today you can go to my website at www dot inter mountain dot com. Tom And click on the page listed. The podcast and then on this particular post you will find all the links to not only the podcast asp but all the individuals that I will be discussing today and if you enjoy any of them don't forget to subscribe to them. Never three is the American Pi Nepal Jabe Abe. That's J E B is a Minnesota private investigator or as they say up there in Minnesota and he is the CEO of Hartland Investigative Group. He hosts the the American. Pi podcast and Paul is an acclaimed. Private investigator needs a frequent presenter at industry conferences. His name is probably familiar to you but he is is best known for his work on the interstate. Thirty five West Bridge Collapse in Minnesota that occurred in two thousand seven episodes of the American. Pi podcast or about an hour long sometimes a little bit longer in Alan Goodman from the rocky coast of Maine often joins Paul Goodman is who t his input alone is worth a listen and I will listen to this. PODCAST is rather appreciate for example. They were talking about drones in the Pi Business before anybody was so summarise the podcast features discussions of news current different legislation that is important and industry trends in short. It's one of the best and most listened to private investigator. podcasts all started the podcast in two thousand nine But this podcast is also currently inactive. He has not put a new episode out in about a year and fortunately for us he is very very busy but you can still take take advantage of numerous back episodes. It's a monthly podcast and the production value is very well done by the way. I was also Paul's guest for his February. Two Thousand Fifteen podcast. So if you go to my website again. WWW DOT inter mountain pi dot Com. Go to the podcast and you can find links to my appearance. Next is declassified now this is a weekly podcast it's hosted by private investigator. Francey Keller of special circumstances an investigation firm out of Oakland California and Francey is the former president of both NCIS and Kelly the California Association of license investigators or cases have been featured by the way in print and on television including the TV show unsolved mysteries and in France. He's podcast each episode is about an hour along and she interviews current and past private investigators and discusses within how they got started in the business and a little bit about their niche and about their struggles as a Pi. He I Francis Interview Style is very informal which I like. She allows her gas to just talk and she'll interject important questions now and again. Occasionally she takes she forgets gets to take mandated commercial breaks. But that's because like the rest of us she's get so caught up in what our guests have to say and I was also on Francey show and you can find the link on my website site as well. Pi's declassified should certainly be on the top of your list. We're talking about private investigator podcasts. Some of the best ones and the most listened to and I want remember that they are basically free continuing education. The next one is called sound of pursuit. And this podcast is very well produced. Probably the the best produced of all that I've listed and in fact it sounds like something out of NPR but Tennessee. Private investigator. Hal Humphry is the host and he along with his better half. Kim Greene Produce Reduce Pursuit magazine and he's also the owner of find. Pi So you're probably familiar with him but to begin with sound pursued as unique podcast and it it Unlike like all the others. I've mentioned it features reenactments of interesting cases by real private. Investigators at each episode is intriguing and very well written very well all done my only complaint the episode too short and they're too infrequent and how told me wants today. It's it's really time consuming especially the backroom production efforts and that's what keeps him from turning out more timely episodes and I certainly understand that that and the fact that HAL is in demand as as a private investigator. So as you will find with most of these folks. They're all active active private investigators. And so the podcast is much. It's more of a Labor of love because it's not something that's necessarily bringing home the Bacon Bacon by the way how long Kim. We're in Salt Lake City about a month ago and my wife Valerie and I met them for dinner at our favorite Mexican restaurant. The Red Iguana and how was blown away by the restaurants. What's Moulay I'm talking about the national dish of Mexico not the small Furry Mammal? The next podcast is without warning Tennessee. Private Investigators Sheila was sake the host this new podcast. She is a mother of two and a well known and respected professional investigator and she specializes in cold cases. As a matter of fact it was as her persistence that led to solving the twenty five year old. Cold case murder of Angie Somoza. Angie was Sheila's friend and her former college roommate and this is Kinda what launched her her into the private investigation. Business she does cases have been featured on dateline twenty twenty the podcast criminal and other media outlets. And in fact you you can listen to. Her appearance on criminal is fantastic. podcast not by private investigator. So it's not on my list here that you can hear her appearance on criminal. Go to my website for would link. Incidentally if you're familiar with serial podcast from the creators of this American life then you'll know what to expect from without warning like cereal without warning tells there's one story in sequential episodes over the course of the season and season one features. The Lauren Edgy case. The podcast is produced exceptionally well and weekly episodes so throughout every Thursday and there are about thirty minutes to an hour long and finally my podcast. Yes it's one of my favorite aside from all the others. I would recommend COMMU listening to this one Inter Mountain. Pi a private investigator. podcast aside from hosting this podcast. I'm also the principal at Inter Mountain. Pi a private investigation firm Airman Salt Lake City and I am also the author of the true crime. Memoir Confessions of a private eye which is on Amazon. My podcast comes out on Tuesdays and there is a link on my website. WWW DOT inter mountain pi dot com episodes or about ten to fifteen minutes. Long can be longer. I go into detail about about some aspect of the private investigation. Business for instance when we can talk about how to build rapport interviews and are the following. Week I may discuss how private investigators can help legal professionals nationals but my goal has always been to provide hands on techniques or methods to assist you in becoming better at what you do. So that is the best and most listened to private investigator podcasts. If your podcast did not make the list drop me a line at podcast at Inter Mountain P I dot Com and let me know to summarise three seven podcasts are inactive and that's because producing and hosting a podcast takes time and it takes money and Pi podcasters. I take time away from paid. Investigative work to produce an episode. Therefore if you enjoyed podcasts I would recommend that you consider supporting them financially every a little bit helps at the very least. Please subscribe to the ones that you enjoy and give them five-star reviews on itunes. Or wherever you get your podcasts thought thought leaders in the private investigation industry produces podcasts. Nevertheless whether you're a novice or an experience Pi you're going to learn something. I subscribe to each private five investigator. PODCAST on this list with you. Enjoy my podcast. I I would recommend you check out my first book. Confessions of a private is about my thirty years as a private investigator. And some of the crazy. Wild wacky things that I've experienced by your copy on Amazon and paperback or kindle or you can go to Barnes and noble and get it for with a Nook as well and by the way I'm available for book signings and readings. You can send your request to media at Inter Mountain. Pi Dot Com. Also if you need a speaker for your conference is our seminar Especially here as we enter two thousand nineteen. Give me a call. You can reach me at eight one. Eight seven four eight six five eight and make sure you subscribe arrived to the Inter Mountain. Pi a private investigator. podcast on itunes Google stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode good itunes tunes and give me a five star review till your friends and other private investigators about the Inter Mountain. Pi podcasts until next time this is Inter mountain fee. I Scott former former reminding you to game.

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"investigator" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of the expedition who was the closest to the tent she was lying face down but there was no one was found in on her body but it through corpses ended distance presented this largest the mystery they died from horrible injuries their ribs were broken had smashed the an internal internal bleeding in his body hello kids would be sustained such injuries with their skin intact. some bodies we're of orange color this was confirmed to the lead Russian investigator what denture number off who was the first one to bring the story of the eleven courses local government ordered to see you know cessation of the investigation they took it away from the original investigation there were military people were we we don't know what happened as you can see in in in win one of the latest figures represented the funeral death took place and the masses of people that came out and but but the bodies were either in the IT fine not mistaken and the zinc core a conference. so you had said that the this area of the Urals had a lot of a reputation for a lot of strange and paranormal as well as military secret military type activity. is there any kinda legend of creatures or something that could have done this. before we go there. I remember that some of the people had left their tents ran out without any clothes on or very little clothing like they were panicking or had gone mad is there any indication that maybe there was some kind of a a panic inducing a weapon that was being developed by the military and that these people were maybe test subjects. are you don't think the military would have tested it in that area but we thank you for being here for taking it up actually this is one of the hype what it what one hypothesis has always been the so called golden woman this is a creature overall robotic.

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"investigator" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"investigator" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Did you ever hire a private investigator member talking about this you were going to study to be one yes there's an update I did not hire the private investigator yet magnum PI the update next he knew the friends twenty two point seven KIIS FM all.

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