Member Agents / Analysts

Paul J. Wiegartner, Jr.
The PW Law Firm

69 East Allendale Road,
Saddle River , NJ 07458
Office: 201-574-1651  
Retired: 5/2014 as special agent
FBI Service: 24 Years

Herbert Cousins, Jr

4581 Weston Road - Suite #111,
Weston, FL 33331
Cell: (305) 720-6039  
Retired: as special agent-in-charge
FBI Service: 21 Years

Louis F. Bertram

PO Box 712532,
Salt Lake City, UT 84171
Office: 801-450-3499  Office: 801-944-7310  
Retired: 11/1998 as special agent
FBI Service: 30 Years

Jeffrey A. Danik
DANIK GLOBAL PARTNERS - Miami | CERT GENL / INTL Police Instructor | UnderCover OPS | MID EAST Deployments

Palm Beach, FL
Cell: (561) 797-7512  
Retired: 1/2015 as supervisory special agent
FBI Service: 29 Years

Larry D. Jones

30740 Ford Pl,
Denham Springs, LA 70726
Cell: (225) 324-5171  
Retired: 12/2017 as special agent
FBI Service: 30 Years

John R. Woodill

Cell: (609) 619-1134  
Retired: 7/2019 as unit chief
FBI Service: 21 Years

Ralph Stephen Lux

Retired: 2/2014 as automotive fleet manager
FBI Service: 41 Years

Matthew Young
The 1811 Group LLC | Law Enforcement Consultant | Private Investigator | Crim & Civil Investigations

Sacramento, CA 95811
Office: 916-794-1712  
Retired: 12/2018 as special agent
FBI Service: 20 Years

Philip Guy Bodenhorn

7757 Oakshore Drive,
Sacramento, CA 95831
Cell: (916) 995-4268  
Retired: 6/2013 as supervisory intelligence analyst - certified national intelligence officer
FBI Service: 14 Years
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