Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Tale of Two Mothers Part 2

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Games Lawyers Play?

Know the old saying when it rains it pours? Sometimes that applies to the weird coincidences of what kinds of cases you get in the private investigative world. At one time within about 1 ½ years, three (3) different Iranian … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Williams: a coerced confession?

Jeffrey Williams:  Was his confession coerced?  Here’s an eyewitness report from the scene at the Ferguson, Missouri demonstration by somebody who had to duck for cover during the shooting. For starters, background on my personal experience with St. Louis area … Continue reading

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The Murals of Carlos Callejo Exhibition

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Neville Lawrence Johnson: what’s he up to and why?

I recently learned—belatedly–that Attorney Neville Lawrence Johnson, had issued a subpoena duces tecum (“SDT,” a subpoena requiring me to produce records) for me to appear at a deposition on December 15, 2014. I say belatedly because he never served me … Continue reading

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