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Category Archives: False Statements

CONFESSIONS OF AN FBI AGENT/INVESTIGATOR

Becoming a Private Eye Made Me a Better Investigator. I love the FBI. I love the people at the FBI. I was an FBI Agent for 29 years before I decided to retire. I was fortunate that I was able
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CROWN TO PUBLISH “CHASING PHIL [KITZER],” BY DAVID HOWARD

SACRAMENTO–Having aided the author with book proposal titled, “CHASING PHIL,” the true life story of FBI agents – JAMES WEDICK and JACK BRENNAN – infiltrating the world of PHILIP KARL KITZER as part of the FBI’s new found strategy targeting
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False Allegations in Criminal Cases – The Rape Case

Executive Summary: False allegations are seen in several types of cases and are very problematic for police since extensive investigation must be conducted to corroborate the victim’s allegations. A great deal of resources can be wasted in these investigations since
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NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED FBI POLYGRAPH EXAMINER JACK TRIMARCO JOINS WEBSITE

SACRAMENTO–Invited to join Https://FBIretired.com, FBI polygraph examiner, JACK TRIMARCO, said, “I’m in,” when asked about becoming a member and joining the website.  Retiring from the FBI’s Los Angeles [LA] Division in 1998, with almost 21-years’ experience, he was responsible for
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COMPLIANCE AUDITS ADDED AS SKILLSET

SACRAMENTO–Compliance Audits has been added to the website as a new Bureau skillset for members whose background and training includes them.  Former Section Chief CHRISTINE JUNG said the skillset would better define agents offering the service, as well as encourage
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RETIRED FBI AGENTS GET EMPLOYMENT WITH PROFILE VIEWS!

SACRAMENTO–Needing investigation in three states and Mexico, an international news organization contacted Https://FBIretired.com looking for help hiring investigators.  Calling it a corruption inspired news’ piece, journalists said they needed help identifying several individuals and entities behind some complicated financial transactions
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The FBI’s GMEN [And Women] Are Expert’s Investigating White Collar Crime and Public Corruption

SACRAMENTO–In San Francisco, a California state legislator is charged with firearms trafficking, money laundering, murder-for-hire, distributing drugs and wire fraud; while in Charlotte, North Carolina, the local mayor is charged with soliciting and accepting bribes during an undercover operation.  Eroding
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STRIKE FORCE CHARGES 90 WITH HEALTH CARE FRAUD STEALING $260M

WASHINGTON—Attorney General Eric Holder and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced a nationwide take down involving Medicare Fraud Strike Force operations in six cities resulting in charges against 90 individuals, including 27 doctors, nurses, and
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