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Saturday, August 22, 2009

FOX NEWS...Sarasota County Woman Kasandra Beekman Leaves Her Baby in Car at Wal-Mart Parking Lot in 92 Degree Heat While She Shops

FOX NEWS...Sarasota County Woman Kasandra Beekman Leaves Her Baby in Car at Wal-Mart Parking Lot in 92 Degree Heat While She Shops

Sarasota County Sheriff's Department Jail Report.
DOB: 11/07/1984

Florida Mother Charged After Baby Left in Car With Windows Up
FOX NEWS Saturday, August 22, 2009
NORTH PORT, Fla. — A Florida baby is in state care after authorities say his mother left him in a vehicle with the windows rolled up.
Kasandra Beekman, 24, was charged Friday with felony child neglect, according to police. Officers say she left her 8-month-old son in her car with the windows rolled up and the engine turned off Thursday while shopping at a Wal-Mart in North Port.

It was 92 degrees on Friday with high humidity and no cloud cover. For those of you who have never endured a summer in Florida, temps inside a closed up vehicle can reach 130 degrees in a matter of minutes, see VIDEO CLICK HERE.

Witnesses called 911, and a store manager and a customer gave the baby first aid until paramedics arrived.The baby was treated at a hospital and released to the Department of Children and Families. Beekman was being held on $25,000 bail, felony charge.

Bill Warner

Friday, August 21, 2009


CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGETAMPA - A late-night search warrant was served on a storage unit in Oldsmar that was leased by Humberto Delgado Jr., who is charged in the slaying police officer Mike Roberts, but investigators would not say what they found.

Police searched the facility overnight, Tampa police spokeswoman Laura McElroy said. Delgado appeared in court this morning and was denied bail. He is under suicide watch at the Orient Road Jail.

Delgado, 34, is accused of scuffling with Roberts, 38, on Nebraska Avenue at Arctic Street, just south of Busch Boulevard, on Wednesday night, clubbing the officer over the head with a handgun and then fatally shooting the lawman.
The suspect was captured a short distance away about a half-hour later. He was carrying a Kel-Tec 223 assault rifle and two handguns. He left one handgun at the scene of the homicide, police said. The handguns, a .22 caliber, .45 caliber and 9 mm, were seized and placed into evidence.

"We are probably lucky additional police officers were not shot or hurt," said Tampa police Chief Stephen Hogue during a Thursday news conference. Delgado, an honorably discharged U.S. Army private and former police officer in the U.S. Virgin Islands, was charged with first-degree murder, aggravated assault on a police officer and carrying a concealed firearm.

Delgado had lived with relatives in Oldsmar until he was kicked out and became homeless. On Monday night, he was rousted by a Pinellas County sheriff's deputy who found him sleeping in an Oldsmar public park. He told the deputy he was homeless, but that he had a storage facility and was trying to secure government assistance (from the VA) so he could get a place to live.

He last talked to his stepmother, Annette Delgado, on Tuesday.
She said he sounded frustrated, recounting the numerous visits to the Veterans Affairs office, only to be told to come back later. He had no transportation, and struggled to keep those appointments.

VA officials said they could not confirm any information about Delgado, citing privacy laws. He said the VA had promised him a place to live on Monday, but only offered him a bed with veterans who had physical and mental problems.
He was really upset, she said. He told her the people looked very sick. He would try once more, he said, but go to a different office for help.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Truck Bomb Attacks in Baghdad Reveal Iraq’s Vulnerability to Al Qaeda & "The Stolen Cars of Al Qaeda Financing Terrorism" by investigator Bill Warner.

Major Truck Bomb Attacks in Baghdad Reveal Iraq’s Vulnerability to Al-Qaeda Terrorists and "The Stolen Cars of Al Qaeda Financing Terrorism" by private investigator Bill Warner.

NYT..Coordinated truck bomb and roadside bombs caused massive explosions near the Iraqi Finance Ministry and in the northern Baghdad neighborhood of Waziriyah. Around 11 a.m., the two truck bombs struck the Foreign Ministry and the Finance Ministry within three minutes, officials said, sending white smoke into the sky.

The second, more powerful blast was so intense that parts of a main highway near the Finance Ministry collapsed, the rubble littered with shrapnel and splotches of blood. It shattered windows inside the nearby Green Zone and shook houses in many parts of the city. At least 60 people were killed at the Foreign Ministry and at least 35 at the Finance Ministry.

The bombings, the worst since American forces handed over security responsibilities to Iraq at the end of June, shook the Iraqi government’s confidence that it was ready and able to secure the nation. Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki called for a reassessment of his security measures, calling the attacks “a vengeful response” to his recent, optimistic order to remove blast walls from the streets of Baghdad.

The explosions, one close to the heavily fortified Green Zone and the other less than three miles away, sent plumes of smoke billowing over the capital, ripped a gaping hole in a compound wall and set cars ablaze, trapping drivers inside. Since the beginning of July, bombings in northern Iraq — for which
officials blamed Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia and its affiliate, the Islamic State of Iraq — have killed at least 140 people.

The attacks on Wednesday might have been a message from these groups that they could also assail the capital. In the attack at the Foreign Ministry, a suicide bomber stopped his truck against the ministry compound wall just off the busy intersection, according to an American military officer speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the bombing. The driver then detonated two tons of explosives. More...............

The Stolen Cars of Al Qaeda: How a Private Detective in Florida (Bill Warner) discovered a new global terrorist connection Written by Atty. John Loftus, research and background investigation by Bill Warner WBI Inc Terrorism Research Ctr. international analysis by Intelligence Summit.

What if Al Qaeda has found a new method to launder money around the world? In his testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, terrorism expert Steven Emerson made a chilling prophecy. He said that he would not be surprised someday to find an international network of stolen car rings raising money for terrorism,and shipping cars to the Middle East to be made into car bombs.

Emerson did not know that Bill Warner, a Florida Private Investigator had been secretly working on this issue since 2003 as a paid confidential informant (CI) for a federal agency. Warner has uncovered documentary evidence that stolen cars from Florida were being shipped to Al-Qaeda front companies in Dubai, U.A.E., Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and Aqqaba, Jordan. Furthermore, Warner claims that he has provided Federal agencies with a "smoking gun" document; a copy of the bill of lading from a Tampa used car lot shipping a vehicle directly to what appears to be an Al Qaeda front company in Saudi Arabia.

Even more embarrassing to the FBI, Warner showed the federal agents that the suspected used car lots in Florida all had a common link: these used car lots were either owned by convicted terrorist Sami Al Arian or run by one of his associates in Tampa, one of whom is currently on the No-Fly list.

Recent history has demonstrated that there are few religious-ideological barriers in the world of international terrorism. The secular Ba'athist regime in Syria works closely with Hizballah, as a secular Ba'athist regime in Iraq has developed ties to al-Qaeda.It would be a mistake to assume that Islamist international terror groups are driven primarily by the religious associations with radical Sunni or radical Shiite Islam.

These groups have their own geopolitical interests in bridging this great Islamic divide - particularly their antipathy for the United States and its allies. Warner’s evidence has been analyzed by an organization of active and retired police, military and intelligence professionals, Intelligence Summit.

Their conclusion is that Warner has indeed uncovered the tip of an international car smuggling ring that finances terrorism worldwide. At first, authorities were incredulous that a terrorist financing network so large could have escaped their attention.

Partly as a result of Warner’s ground breaking discoveries, arrests of Muslim car dealers connected to money laundering for terrorism have now been made in at least twenty five cities around the world, including Salt Lake City Utah, Anaheim CA, Chicago IL, Buffalo NY, Houston TX, St. Louis MO, Toledo OH, Tampa FL, Sarasota Fl, Los Angeles CA, Tustin CA, Arlington VA, Miramar FL, Madrid Spain, Jeddah SA, Medina SA, Jubail SA, Hamburg GR, Niggiat Japan, Dubai UAE, Tangier Morocco, London UK, Amman Jordan, Toronto CN, Ash Shuwaykh Kuwait, and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Even the skeptics are turning around, and, instead of crediting a private citizen, have intimated that the car connection was one of their own discoveries as part of good police work in the global war against terrorism: Inspector John E. Lewis, deputy assistant director of the FBI for counter terrorism said the origins of the vehicles in question were unearthed by tracing the vehicle identification numbers, or VINs. Some of the automobiles can be easily identified, specialists said, while others have had their VINs ground down or have been fitted with fake ones.

Investigators believe the cars were stolen by local car thieves in US cities, then smuggled to waiting ships at ports…"Black Cars". According to law enforcement surveillance, each car lot could ship an average of five used cars a month to the Middle East, where they have been resold for $30,000 to$45,000 (with some luxury cars selling as high as $75,000). That could earn as much as a quarter of a million dollars per month, or three million per year per car lot.

Just from the few dozen car lots that are know to law enforcement, terrorist groups have the potential to raise close to one hundred million dollars per year yo finance terrorist truck bombings line the one today in Baghdad. Al Qaeda’s car smuggling system has been in operation for more than a decade.

Conservatively, more than a billion dollars from the car connection has gone to the cause of global terrorism in the last ten years. Next to narcotics, the used car connection is possibly the largest source of terrorist funding in the world. Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeldt, author of "Funding Evil" and one of the world’s pre-eminent experts in terrorist money laundering, knows that groups like Al Qaeda have changed their tactics from year to year.

The Car Bomb Connection; Al Qaeda did not invent the stolen car smuggling system;they copied it from the Soviet Union.
Saleh Al Oufi was a loyal follower, and in 1994 quickly established a used car dealership in Medina, Saudi Arabia, as his commercial cover for Al-Qaeda.Al Oufi and his clan were familiar with covert operations and were no strangers to terrorism.

One of Al Oufiscousins, Majid Moqed Al-Oufi, was one of the 9/11 hijackers on the plane that hit the Pentagon.The debate about Warner’s stolen car theory first became an international controversy in November 2005, at the prestigious Wilton Park conference, in Sussex, England.

In short, Warner alleged that Muslim car dealers around the world were exporting stolen vehicles to support Jihad. The older cars were usually shipped to Saudi Arabia or Jordan to be driven to Iraq and made into car bombs.
Newer models were sold for cash in Dubai and the proceeds were wired to Karachi, Pakistan and given to Al-Qaeda.When Al Qaeda wanted to support a terrorist operation in a foreign country, they simply opened a used car dealership and shipped them cars stolen from another country to sell. Warner’s thesis was simple: "The Cars Are The Cash." More.....

Yousef Megahed Part of Tampa Terror Cell that Conducted Surveillance on the Howard Frankland Bridge, Tampa International Airport and the Florida Aquar

Yousef Megahed Part of Tampa Terror Cell that Conducted Surveillance on the Howard Frankland Bridge, Tampa International Airport and the Florida Aquarium.

FBI agents say Youssef Megahed may have been part of a terrorist cell that was dismantled before it could accomplish its goal, an FBI supervisor testified this morning at Megahed's deportation hearing.

FBI agent Frederick Humphries said the former University of South Florida student used his status as a legal permanent resident to acquire firearms for his friend Ahmed Mohamed, later convicted of helping terrorists. "It appeared this was a cell, a group of individuals who had come together," Humphries testified.

"It was very similar to other groups who are conducting preoperational activities. "We felt that Mr. Megahed was willingly providing assistance to Mr. Mohamed, an individual we now know is a self-professed terrorist," he said. Humphries testified that the arrest of Megahed and Ahmed Mohamed in South Carolina was "the detection and disruption of an event before it happened."

Government attorney Gina Garrett-Jackson asked Humphries, "Is it your opinion that Megahed poses a threat to the United States of America?""Yes," Humphries responded, "based on all of those things I explained in my previous testimony."The government maintains it need only prove that there are grounds for a reasonable belief that Megahed is involved in or likely to engage in terrorist activity.

Asked if there were such grounds, Humphries said, "Yes, based on all the actions I described in the previous, how many hours of testimony…because of his willingness to go along with a self-professed and now convicted terrorist."

He also testified about
Ahmed Ishtay, an associate of Megahed and Mohamed. Humphries said the FBI found video recordings in Ishtay's belongings that appeared to be surveillance of the Howard Frankland Bridge, Tampa International Airport and the Florida Aquarium. He said the recordings were similar to those made by terrorist groups in preparation for attacks. Ishtay, a citizen of Israel and the United States, hasn't been charged. He no longer is in the United States. Humphries said he and others in the FBI vigorously argued that Megahed, Mohamed and Ishtay should be charged with conspiracy. But Justice Department lawyers didn't believe there was enough evidence to meet the burden of proof in criminal court, he said. Humphries also identified another person he said was involved in the group, Karim Massaoui, a former University of South Florida student from Morocco who was later convicted of a weapons offense for holding a gun at a firing range in violation of his student visa and has since been deported. More..................
December 14, 2007 12:09 PM Remember the Goose Creek terrorists? Youssef Samir Megahed and Ahmed Abdellatif Sherif Mohamed, the two guys who keep smiling in every photo (mug shots, in court, et al.), were stopped by State Troopers in Goose Creek, South Carolina near a military installation, with pipe bombs in their trunk (which they claimed were "just fireworks" and barbecuing materials).

Well, as investigator Bill Warner points out, the New York FBI is heavily involved in the case. Why? The Tampa Tribune reported that there is now a third suspect, Moroccan national and University of South Florida student Karim Moussaoui, who was involved with the Smiling "Just Fireworks" terrorists, Megahed and Mohamed. He possessed a firearm, in violation of his visa and immigration status and on November 14, a federal criminal complaint was filed against him. Smiling "Just Fireworks" Terrorists Have Mysterious New York Ties.

As Bill Warner points out, the affidavit, signed by Tampa FBI Agent William Ortiz, accompanying the complaint notes that in August, Moussaoui told New York FBI Agents about his activities in July at a shooting range with Megahed:
On or about August 12, 2007,
MOUSSAOUI told New York FBI Agents that on one occasion, he and AHMED LNU (a person now known to the FBI as AHMED ISHTAY) went to a shooting range with YOUSSEF SAMIR MEGAHED. He claimed that MEGAHED went to the range but that MOUSSAOUI and AHMED remained in the store browsing. MOUSSAOUI told New York FBI Agents he did not see what type of weapon MEGAHED used on this visit to the range.

So why is the New York FBI office involved when the activities of all of three of these people, thus far disclosed, occurred in Florida and South Carolina.
Apparently, they have a strong tie to New York--either Muslim terrorists there or a terrorist attack planned for the area. What is the New York connection?
And who is Ahmed Ishtay a/k/a Ahmed Lnu? What is his role in this terrorist conspiracy?

Bill Warner points out that everyone's trying to minimize the third terrorist in this plot as just an innocent, green immigrant: Everybody is downgrading the arrest of Karim Moussaoui as no big deal, just some naive Moroccan playing with a .22 rifle at the Shooting Range, he did not know the "Fed Rules". Riiiight. Just an innocent Muslim Arab hangin' with two Muslim Arab terrorists at weapons training. Uh-huh. Nothing to see here. Move along.
**** UPDATE:
Bill Warner sends the smiling photo of Karim Moussaoui, the third Smiling Terrorist and notes that the Temptations, sang in their 1971 song, "Smiling Faces," sang:

Smiling faces, smiling faces sometimes they don't tell the truth, Smiling faces, smiling faces tell lies..... Stay tuned. We'll be watching. Posted by Debbie at December 14, 2007 12:09 PM .

Bill Warner
private investigator

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Mafia Wiseguy Captain Angelo Prisco Gets Life in The Federal Pen, Prisco Whacked Guys for "Vinny the Chin".

Genovese Family Captain Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder, Racketeering, Robbery, Extortion, Firearms, and Other Crimes

PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that ANGELO PRISCO, a captain in the Genovese Organized Crime Family of La Cosa Nostra, was sentenced today to life in prison by United States District Judge NAOMI REICE BUCHWALD in Manhattan federal court.
PRISCO was convicted on April 27, 2009, after a two-week jury trial, of murder, racketeering, racketeering conspiracy, robbery, extortion, firearms offenses, arson, stolen property offenses, loansharking, and operating an illegal gambling business.

According to documents filed in this case, the evidence at trial, and statements made at today's sentencing proceeding: PRISCO was "made," or inducted, as a member of the Genovese Organized Crime Family in the late 1970s, and was later promoted to the supervisory position of captain. In his capacity as a captain, PRISCO supervised, oversaw, and profited from the criminal activities of his own crew of Genovese Family Soldiers and associates, which operated in the New York City area and in New Jersey.

On June 2, 1992, PRISCO arranged the murder of his first cousin, ANGELO SANGIUOLO. PRISCO received the order to kill SANGIUOLO from VINCENT GIGANTE, a/k/a "The Chin," who was then the boss of the Genovese Organized Crime Family.

GIGANTE ordered the murder because SANGIUOLO had been stealing from another Genovese Organized Crime Family soldier, ANTHONY PALUMBO. PRISCO assigned two of his own crew members, JOHN LETO, a/k/a "Johnny Balls," and PAUL GACCIONE, a/k/a "Doc," to carry out the murder. PRISCO then devised a plan to lure SANGIUOLO to PRISCO's Bronx, New York, social club.

After SANGIUOLO arrived, PRISCO told him to get into a van with LETO and GACCIONE, on the pretense that LETO and GACCIONE would help SANGIUOLO with a problem SANGIUOLO was having with another person. Inside the van, LETO shot SANGIUOLO numerous times, killing him, then left his body in the back of the van in the parking lot of a Bronx McDonald's.

PRISCO then picked up LETO at the McDonald's, and went with him to dispose of the murder weapon. PRISCO also was convicted of conspiring to commit robberies with members of his crew. In 1991 and 1992 robberies, PRISCO oversaw various crew members who carjacked and robbed at gunpoint jewelry dealers transporting large quantities of gold and other jewelry they had purchased in the Dominican Republic.

PRISCO received $20,000 in cash from one robbery and a bag of gold worth about $50,000 from another robbery. PRISCO then bragged at his Bronx social club about the armed robberies, passing around a relevant newspaper article.

From 2003 to 2005, PRISCO ordered, approved, and supervised multiple violent home invasion robberies targeting individuals believed to keep cash in their homes, during which numerous victims were tied up and beaten. PRISCO had to "green light" the robberies before they could occur, and received a portion of any money stolen. PRISCO also instructed his crew members to "play dumb" if they discovered they had robbed another person tied to organized crime.

PRISCO also was convicted of committing extortion and conspiracy to commit the extortion of a Manhattan construction company owner. PRISCO and his crew first extorted the victim's company in 1997, when PETER RIZZO, an associate under PRISCO at the time, assaulted and broke a glass coffee pot over the head of the victim's business partner.

Members of PRISCO's crew then pressured the victim and his business partner to drop the charges against RIZZO stemming from this 1997 assault. Seven years later, various other members of PRISCO's crew—acting on his orders and following his advice about how to collect the money—returned to the same construction company and threatened to cut off the victim's finger and harm the victim's family.

The victim paid PRISCO and his crew a total of $50,000. Since the 1990s, PRISCO has extorted various other individuals and businesses, including the owner of a diner in the Bronx; the owner of a night club in Manhattan; and an electrical contractor in Brooklyn.

United States Attorney PREET BHARARA stated, "This conviction and the life sentence imposed today on Angelo Prisco puts an end to his decades-long career as a leader of the Genovese Organized Crime Family—one marked by violence and intimidation. Today's sentence, and the dismantling of the defendant's mafia crew, serves as a reminder that those who pledge themselves to a life of crime will pay a high price in the end."

Mr. BHARARA praised the work of the FBI; the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation; the Orange County, New York District Attorney's Office; the Westchester County, New York District Attorney's Office; the New York State Police; the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner; the New York Police Department; the United States Bureau of Prisons; the Morris County, New Jersey Prosecutor's Office; and the Rockaway Township, New Jersey Police Department for their contributions.

New Yorkers Could Go To Jail For Spying On A Cheating Mate, Hire a Licensed Private Investigator Like Bill Warner.

New Yorkers Could Go To Jail For Spying On A Cheating Mate, Hire a Licensed Private Investigator Like Bill Warner to conduct surveillance of the cheating mate.

New Yorkers who suspect their mates of infidelity may be tempted to use some of the latest technology to find out if he or she is really cheating. Suspicious mates now have an endless array of surveillance equipment that will allow them to spy on the suspected cheaters in an effort to find out the truth.

Do-it-yourself spy equipment is now widely available, reasonably priced, and includes many variations of the following:

• Listening or recording devices to eavesdrop on the cheater’s conversations.
• Hidden cameras in all sizes and shapes, often disguised as common household items, to secretly view what the cheater is doing.
• GPS tracking devices to monitor where the cheater goes, or the location of the cheater’s car.
Keyloggers and other software or gadgets to install on the cheater’s computer to monitor their e-mails, Instant Messages, chats, or other online activities.

What many people don’t realize is that by using certain types of surveillance equipment to spy on a cheating mate, they could be breaking the law. New Yorkers who use devices to listen in on a suspected cheater’s phone conversations or monitor their internet activities, could
end up behind bars.

It’s not illegal to buy such equipment, but there are strict laws regarding the use of surveillance equipment or electronic devices to monitor or intercept someone else’s communications without their knowledge or consent.

The laws apply to both telephone and computer communications and include phone calls, text messages, e-mails, instant messages and chat room logs. In New York, hacking into someone’s computer account or
tapping their phone conversations is a class E felony punishable by up to 4 years in jail. Laws vary from state to state, but other states have similar laws, more..............................

Federal law makes it unlawful to record telephone conversations except in one party consent cases which permit one party consent recording by state law. What that means is a person can record their own telephone conversations without the knowledge or consent of the other party in those states that allow one party consent.

It's important to understand the difference between what has become known as one party consent and two party or all party consent. One party consent simply means that one party to the conversation must have knowledge and give consent to the recording. Two party or all party consent means that every party to the conversation must have knowledge and give consent to the recording.

In all 50 states and through federal law, it's considered illegal to record telephone conversations outside of one party consent. Florida is one the states that require all party consent. The Federal Communications Commission goes further into details on recording telephone conversations and states that the party recording must give verbal notification before the recording and that there must be a beep tone on the line to indicate that the line is being recorded.

Federal law now makes it illegal to record both wireless and cell phone conversations outside of one party consent. You used to be able to go into places like Radio Shack and purchase scanners that would lock onto the frequencies needed to pick up wireless and cell phone conversations. These scanners are now illegal to sell or be in possession of. Hire a Licensed Private Investigator Like Bill Warner who provides surveillance of a Cheating Mate to find out the truth.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Private Detective And Sexy Decoy Investigate Cheaters, Catch Your Cheating Husband. CLICK IMAGE FOR VIDEO

NEW YORK (CBS) ― "I'm an enticement. I let them know I'm available and I'm interested," said Laurie Mizrahi. "They think they're safe, but actually they're not because we're videotaping," said Andy Coppertino.

She's a sexy decoy, he's a retired cop. Both are private investigators. The target: spouses suspected of cheating. Infidelity allegations don't just plague the rich and famous, 22% of men and 13% of women admit to marital infidelity. "People hire me to confirm their hunches, to give them peace of mind," said Coppertino, who founded South Shore Investigations.

Coppertino does not plant secret listening bugs but he does use a camera. Not too long ago, the married man seen on this videotape was caught with his girlfriend after his wife hired Coppertino. Coppertino also catches cheating wives. In another videotape a married women is seen meeting her boyfriend at a Long Island Hotel where they spent the day.

But surveillance isn't always the answer. Enter the sexy decoy. "A decoy finds out if the guy is capable of cheating. Is he a player, as opposed to if he's having an affair," said Mizrahi, who's with Les Levine Investigations and does decoy work for Themis International. "The wife supplies the decoy with details about her husband, on their likes, their dislikes, something that will allow me to engage in a situation with him," explains Mizrahi.

The decoy can works anywhere: a bar, office, plane or train. And she works in not so mysterious ways. "Turn your body a certain way, listen to him, compliment him, it's easy enough to see if he'll respond," said Mizrahi. Private investigators say flirting doesn't mean a guy is going to cheat, so it's just step one of a decoy operation.

Step two, is finding out how far will the flirtation progress. "I started engaging in a conversation with him. He got very flirtatious with me and he asked me if I'd meet him for a drink at Peter Lugers, which I did," explains Mizrahi about a recent decoy operation.

The husband in a videotape from Themis International, was caught by a decoy. The decoy was wearing a concealed body camera when she walked right up to the car and found him in the back seat getting very physical with a girlfriend. "I think men are pretty dumb when they cheat. They're kind of oblivious, they're more in tune with what they're doing than who else is watching," said Mizrahi.

Bill Warner
private investigator