My website dedicated to articles on crime & terrorism and the perps who commit crimes

My website dedicated to articles on crime & terrorism and the perps who commit crimes
My website is dedicated to articles on crime and terrorism and those perpetrators who commit the crimes. Duties of a Licensed Florida Private Investigator, Private Investigation Definition Class "C" — the investigation by a person or persons for the purpose of obtaining information with reference to any of the following matters: a. Crime or wrongs done or threatened against the United States or any state or territory of the United States, when operating under express written authority of the governmental official responsible for authorizing such investigation. b. The identity, habits, conduct, movements, whereabouts, affiliations, associations, transactions, reputation, or character of any society, person, or group of persons. c. The credibility of witnesses or other persons. d. The whereabouts of missing persons, owners of abandoned property or escheated property, or heirs to estates. e. The location or recovery of lost or stolen property. f. The causes and origin of, or responsibility for, fires, libels, slanders, losses, accidents, damage, or injuries to real or personal property. g. The business of securing evidence to be used before investigating committees or boards of award or arbitration or in the trial of civil or criminal cases and the preparation therefor. A Class “C” or Class “CC” licensee may perform bodyguard services without obtaining a Class “D” license.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Casey Anthony Reveals She'll Visit Wife Killer Scott Peterson in Prison to 'Help Wrongfully Convicted People', Casey So Wants to be a Private Eye.

Casey Anthony Reveals She'll Visit Wife Killer Scott Peterson in Prison to 'Help Wrongfully Convicted People' Casey So Wants to be a Private Eye. Whatever else you say about Casey Anthony, she has at least kept a relatively low profile since being acquitted of murdering her daughter. Now it appears she’s ready to break out of her shell. Casey Anthony is going to return to the public arena as a true crime detective. Peterson is on death row in San Quentin for murdering his wife and unborn and child, then dumping his wife’s body in San Francisco Bay. Casey Anthony suggested that O.J. Simpson did it, LOL. Casey Anthony had been approached by producers to star in her own reality TV show that was to be called 'Casey Moving Forward'. But Anthony told DailyMailTV she has chosen not to, saying, 'I turned down big money of (sic) doing a reality show.' CASEY ANTHONY CLAIMS SHE IS NO PARTY GIRL! 'I am not the wild child that everyone characterizes me to be, LOL.

Casey Anthony is a scam artist, a hustler and con man. Casey Anthony is also a convicted felon in Florida, she pleaded guilty in 2010 to 13 charges in a check-fraud case. Orange County Circuit Court Judge Stan Strickland found Casey Anthony guilty on six of the charges: one count of grand theft, four counts of check forgery, and fraudulent use of personal identification, (she stole a friends identity to cash bad checks), Casey Anthony served one year of felony probation. OUTRAGEOUS: Casey Anthony loves her investigative work for private investigator Patrick McKenna. "I love the fact that I have a unique perspective and I get a chance to do for other people what so many others have done for me," she said. Someday, she said, she'd like to get a private investigator's license and work for a defense team. She talks of working on a DUI manslaughter case where the accused took a plea deal. "I look at him and I think this kid almost lost his life for something they can't definitively prove that he did," she said. "I've lived it firsthand. I didn't do what I was accused of but I fought for three years.

As a convicted felon in Florida, Casey Anthony is not eligible to do research work for a Florida private investigator, in actuality if she is doing research work on active cases for private investigator Patrick McKenna she is working as a unlicensed private eye. If Casey Anthony is doing investigative research for PI Pat McKenna then she would have access to commercial databases and the Florida Motor Vehicle database, both of which would provide Casey Anthony with an individuals name, address, date of birth, social security number, photos, Florida drivers license number, year and make of car with license plate number, and even possible credit card information, everything a check forger and identity thief like Casey Anthony could want. Casey Anthony lives in the South Florida home of Patrick McKenna, a private detective who was the lead investigator on her defense team. She also works for him, doing online social media searches and other investigative work. McKenna was also the lead investigator for OJ Simpson, when he was accused of killing his wife and acquitted; Anthony said she's become fascinated with the case, and there are "a lot of parallels" to her own circumstances.

DailyMailTV revealed in December 2018 Casey Anthony had been approached by producers to star in her own reality TV show that was to be called 'Casey Moving Forward'. Casey Anthony, 32, was branded the most-hated mom in America during the six-week trial for her daughter Caylee's murder. She had until this February 2019 to decide if she would do it. But Anthony told DailyMailTV she has chosen not to, saying, 'I turned down big money of (sic) doing a reality show.' She said: 'They want to follow your every move, not happening..meaning...I don't like the parts that I am not in control of..my life is not a script.'They wanted to add things that I didn't.. we will leave it at that. I guess the life of Casey wasn't good enough, and wanted to make me more wild to hype up the speculation of me and make what everyone has thought about me all along to be true.

CASEY ANTHONY CLAIMS SHE IS NO PARTY GIRL! 'I am not the wild child that everyone characterizes me to be, LOL. She added, 'I am not shy.. I am very outgoing.. I love everyone..but I am in no ways a wild easy woman.' Anthony, who lives in West Palm Beach, Florida, said she will be concentrating her efforts on cases including that of 46-year-old Scott Peterson. Anthony told DailyMail.com, 'My next project is a meeting with Scott Peterson in California this summer...I have turned down a reality shows..I think I will take time and help people wrongfully convicted..all reality shows are off the list.' She added: 'My opinions on these cases will bring rage to so many people. But you know me, who gives a [poop emoji]. Rage even [if] it is an opinion they believe in.'


Bill Warner wbipi@verizon.net Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota 941-926-1926 - SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com

30 Years Ago Serial Killer Ted Bundy Put to Death in Florida He Was Attractive and Smooth That's How he Got Close to Women he Raped and Murdered.

30 Years Ago Serial Killer Ted Bundy Put to Death in Florida He Was Attractive and Smooth That's How he Got Close to Women he Raped and Murdered. To this day, Ted Bundy’s story continues to fascinate the public. In fact his chilling tale has already been adapted into numerous movies. The latest of which is Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, slated to be released this year. Over the weekend, its first trailer, starring Zac Efron as Ted Bundy, was released. Though it shares the same director, in contrast to the Netflix series, the film focuses on Ted’s story told largely in the perspective of Ted’s ex-fiancĂ© Elizabeth Kloepfer, played by Lily Collins. 

Kevin Fallon, a critic at the Daily Beast, said Efron’s “Hot Ted Bundy” had Sundance viewers feeling “awkward.” “While there is opportunity, even a responsibility, to explore the macabre charisma and ensuing fame that erected the tent around the Ted Bundy circus ... Extremely Wicked fails to offer any broader context, any exploration into how that played into his murder spree, or even any other insight into Bundy and his psyche aside from his narcissistic desire for attention, and talent for grabbing it,” he wrote.
"Serial Killer Ted Bundy was attractive, intelligent, and smooth," "that's how he got the attention of the women he killed, women need to be aware of who they're trusting, "if you were in bed with a monster, would you know it?" Ted Bundy is considered to be the most charming serial killer in history. He raped and mutilated many women. He confessed to having killed 30, though the exact number remains unknown. His modus operandi (MO) was to plaster his forearm arm and approach women in parking lots asking for help. He would then take them to an isolated place where he would mutilate and rape them and have sex with their corpses. 
30 years ago today, serial killer Ted Bundy was executed by electric chair in Florida. Bundy was convicted of aggravated kidnapping in Utah and sentenced to 15 years in prison. While behind bars, he was charged with two murders in Colorado and was moved there for trial. That was a fateful move for Bundy. He managed to escape from jail in Aspen in June 1977. After being recaptured, he escaped again. Bundy stole several credit cards and assumed a false identity. He made it to Florida, where in January 1978, he strangled two sorority sisters at Florida State University. A few weeks later, he murdered a 12-year-old girl. He was finally arrested again -- this time for good -- in 1978 by an officer who had stopped him for speeding. 
In Florida, he was convicted of the three murders and sentenced to death. He claimed innocence until his final days. He described more than 20 killings according to HistoryLink.org, often crying as he spoke. Biography.com reports he admitted to 36 killings, but experts believe the final tally could be up to 100 or more. Police suspect he could have been responsible for unsolved deaths and disappearances dating back to when Bundy was just 15 years old. On the morning of Jan. 24, 1989, Theodore Robert Bundy was put to death around 7 a.m., according to Biography.com.


TED BUNDY SERIAL KILLER: Tallahassee, Florida: Two killed and two injured in the Chi Omega killings: Lisa Levy, 20 (beaten with a log, raped, bitten and strangled). Margaret Bowman, 21 (beaten with a log and strangled with a pair of panty hose). Karen Chandler (survived). Kathy Kleiner (survived). Cheryl Thomas (bludgeoned in her bed just a few blocks away from the above killings; survived). February 9, 1975- Lake City, Florida: Kimberly Leach, 12 (raped, killed and her body discarded in Florida's Suwannee River State Park). Serial killer Ted Bundy slaughtered more than 100 women nationwide his lawyer has revealed. The psycho went to the electric chair in Florida in 1989 at age 42, after ­admitting 30 killings. But that was less than a third of his true toll, according to the man who defended him in the 70s. In a new book John Henry Browne says that the rapist, kidnapper and necrophiliac Ted Bundy preyed on pretty young petite females with long brown hair nationwide from Seattle WA to the Florida State University (FSU) campus Tallahassee Fl.

On January 15, 1978, Bundy committed his first murders in almost two and a half years. He broke into the Chi Omega sorority at the Florida State University Tallahassee, raped, strangled, and bludgeoned students Lisa Levy and Margaret Bowman. Two other students were also attacked but survived. The same night, he attacked another woman eight blocks away. She also survived. On February 9, 1978, Bundy committed his last known murder. Ted Bundy abducted 12-year old Kimberly Leach outside her school, raped and killed her and tried to hide the body in an abandoned hog shed. On the morning of February 15, he was arrested for driving a stolen vehicle and was quickly linked to the sorority murders. Ted Bundy was an unusually organized and calculating criminal who used his extensive knowledge of law enforcement methodologies to elude identification and capture for years. His crime scenes were distributed over large geographic areas; his victim count had risen to at least 20 before it became clear that numerous investigators in widely disparate jurisdictions were hunting the same man. His assault methods of choice were blunt trauma and strangulation, two relatively silent techniques that could be accomplished with common household items. 
Ted Bundy deliberately avoided firearms due to the noise they made and the ballistic evidence they left behind. He was a "meticulous researcher" who explored his surroundings in minute detail, looking for safe sites to seize and dispose of victims. All of Bundy's known victims were white females, most of middle-class backgrounds. Almost all were between the ages of 13 and 25 and most were college students, youth and beauty were "absolutely indispensable criteria" in his choice of victims. 


One of the only photos in existence of serial killer Ted Bundy and his infamous Volkswagen note no passenger seat so that victim could be laid out on the floor out of sight. The victims of serial killer Ted Bundy would be overpowered, bludgeoned, and restrained with handcuffs. Most were sexually assaulted and strangled, either at the primary crime scene or (more commonly) after transport to a pre-selected secondary site, often a considerable distance away.At secondary sites he would remove and later burn the victim's clothing, or in at least one case (Julie Cunningham's) deposit them in a Goodwill Industries collection bin, Bundy explained that the clothing removal was ritualistic, but also a practical matter, as it minimized the chance of leaving trace evidence (DNA touch evidence today) at the crime scene that could implicate him. Ted Bundy confessed to killing 36 women in seven states, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Oregon, Idaho, California and Florida before he was executed by electric chair on January 24, 1989.

Bill Warner wbipi@verizon.net Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota 941-926-1926 - SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com

Monday, January 28, 2019

Serial killer Samuel Little aka Samuel McDowell Murders 90 Women in 35 Cities Coast to Coast and Many More Unclaimed in Florida.

Serial killer Samuel Little aka Samuel McDowell Murders 90 Women in 35 Cities Coast to Coast and Many More Unclaimed in Florida. Serial killer Samuel Little aka Samuel McDowell's cross county murder spree that lasted decades indicates he may have worked as a truck driver. Local law enforcement in Tampa Bay are working to match confessions made by Samuel Little, 78, with evidence from women who turned up dead in states from California to Florida between 1970 and 2005, the FBI said. Members of the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program say Little may be among the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history. Samuel Little, 78, has provided investigators details on a “multitude” of murders he may have committed from 1970 to 2005 in Texas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Illinois, Ohio, California, Indiana, Arizona, New Mexico and South Carolina, according to the Wise County Sheriff’s Office in Texas. By 1975, serial killer Samuel Little aka Samuel McDowell had been arrested 26 times in 11 states for crimes including theft, assault, attempted rape, fraud and attacks on government officials. Little spent much of his time with prostitutes and pimps. In 1982 he was arrested in Pascagoula, Mississippi, and charged with the murder of 22-year-old prostitute Melinda LaPree, who had gone missing in September that year. A grand jury declined to indict Little for the murder of LaPree. 
But while under investigation Samuel Little was transferred to Florida to be brought to trial for the murder of 26-year-old Patricia Mount a Gainesville Fl woman, whose body was found in the fall of 1982. Little was known as Samuel McDowell when he was tried in January 1984 for the killing of Patricia Ann Mount. He was accused of beating, raping and strangling Mount. The 26-year-old’s nude and badly bruised body was found in a field along U.S. 27 in northwestern Alachua County on Sept. 12, 1982. Prosecution witnesses identified Little in court as a person who spent time with Mount on the night before her disappearance. Due to mistrust of witness testimonies, Little was acquitted in January 1984 of Mount's murder. LAPD cold case detectives Rick Jackson and Mitzie Roberts began asking for the Mount case file. Gregg Weeks, the original sheriff’s lead detective on the Mount case, referred Jackson to Brown. Brown found a case file that was hundreds of pages long, in no particular order. The file contained critical information linking Samuel Little to murders throughout Florida, including a slaying in neighboring Marion County just a month earlier — Rosie Hill. Little then moved to California, where he stayed in the vicinity of San Diego. In October 1984, Little was arrested for attacking and beating two prostitutes and was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison. He was released in February 1987 and soon moved to Los Angeles, where he committed several murders.
A 78-year-old man sitting in prison in Texas may be among the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history, FBI crime analysts report. According to the Texas Rangers, Samuel Little has confessed to 90 murders to date, and the FBI is working with the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Texas Rangers, and dozens of state and local agencies to match Little’s confessions with evidence from women who turned up dead in states from California to Florida between 1970 and 2005. Little’s run-ins with the law date back to 1956, and there are clear signs of a dark, violent streak among his many shoplifting, fraud, drug, solicitation, and breaking and entering charges. But law enforcement has only recently begun unraveling the true extent of his crimes. Little was arrested at a Kentucky homeless shelter in September 2012 and extradited to California, where he was wanted on a narcotics charge. Once Little was in custody, Los Angeles Police Department detectives obtained a DNA match to Little on the victims in three unsolved homicides from 1987 and 1989 and charged him with three counts of murder. For these crimes, Little was convicted and sentenced in 2014 to three consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole. In all three cases, the women had been beaten and then strangled, their bodies dumped in an alley, a dumpster, and a garage. Little asserted his innocence throughout his trial—even as a string of women testifying for the prosecution told of narrowly surviving similarly violent encounters with Little. In the early 1980s, Little had also been charged with killing women in Mississippi and Florida but escaped indictment in Mississippi and conviction in Florida. He had, however, served time for assaulting a woman in Missouri and for the assault and false imprisonment of a woman in San Diego.

When Los Angeles got the DNA hit on Little, they asked the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) to work up a full background on him. The FBI found an alarming pattern and compelling links to many more murders. ViCAP reached out to the Texas Rangers with one clear connection. “We found a case out of Odessa, Texas, that sounded very much like him, and we could place him passing through the area around the same time,” said ViCAP Crime Analyst Christina Palazzolo, who worked on the cases with Department of Justice Senior Policy Advisory and ViCAP Liaison Angela Williamson. “We sent that lead out to the Texas Rangers, who were eager to follow up on the long-cold case.” When Palazzolo and Williamson accompanied Ranger James Holland to California to interview Little in the spring of 2018, the convicted murderer was hoping to move prisons. In exchange for a move, Little was willing to talk. “The biggest lesson in this case is the power of information sharing. These connections all started in our database of violent crime.” Kevin Fitzsimmons, ViCAP supervisory crime analyst. “Over the course of that interview in May,” said Palazzolo, who was sitting down the hall combing through data with Williamson, “he went through city and state and gave Ranger Holland the number of people he killed in each place. Jackson, Mississippi—one; Cincinnati, Ohio—one; Phoenix, Arizona—three; Las Vegas, Nevada—one.” In total, Little confessed to 90 killings, and Palazzolo and Williamson have been working to match up evidence to as many confessions as they can. Thus far, the team has confirmed 34 killings with many more pending confirmation. There are still a number of Little’s confessions that remain uncorroborated.

WHY WOMEN FALL FOR KILLERS: Williamson and Palazzolo say Little remembers his victims and the killings in great detail. He remembers where he was, and what car he was driving. He draws pictures of many of the women he killed. He is less reliable, however, when it comes to remembering dates. Little’s uncertain timeline has created a verification challenge for the ViCAP team, along with the issues stemming from the victims Little targeted, his methods, and how much he moved around—features of his crimes that begin to explain how he got away with murder for decades. From the time Little dropped out of high school and left his Ohio home in the late 1950s, he lived a nomadic life. Palazzolo and Williamson said he would shoplift and steal in a city or town to gather the money to buy alcohol and drugs, but never stayed in one place for long. He would drive from New Jersey to California in a matter of days, reports Palazzolo, and when he had his many run-ins with police, they often just wanted to shoo him out of town.
 
Little chose to kill marginalized and vulnerable women who were often involved in prostitution and addicted to drugs. Their bodies sometimes went unidentified and their deaths uninvestigated. Little’s method of killing also didn’t always leave obvious signs that the death was a homicide. The one-time competitive boxer usually stunned or knocked out his victims with powerful punches and then strangled them. With no stab marks or bullet wounds, many of these deaths were not classified as homicides but attributed to drug overdoses, accidents, or natural causes. In addition, DNA evidence was often not available or could not provide a clear link back to Little. A large number of the killings occurred in the 1970s and early 1980s, before DNA profiling was part of the law enforcement toolbox. After DNA analysis came into play, the victims’ work as prostitutes complicated the ability of police to gather telling physical evidence. After Holland interviewed Little, he was indicted for the Odessa homicide and extradited to Texas a few months later. He remains in the custody of Odessa, but has been housed in Wise County for some time to be closer to Holland, who has been conducting nearly daily interviews to create the most accurate accounting possible of Little’s crimes. Palazzolo and Williamson have continued to gather new information from these interviews and are examining every tie they can find, from mortuary records and death certificates to cold case files.
“The biggest lesson in this case is the power of information sharing,” said Kevin Fitzsimmons, ViCAP’s Supervisory Crime Analyst. “These connections all started in our database of violent crime.” Palazzo and Williamson said the cases that were recorded in ViCAP made for early and easy connections. The absence of data on so many others is what has made confirming Little’s accounts difficult and is perhaps part of what allowed his crimes to continue for so long. “A Jane Doe who turned up dead in an alley in New Orleans may look like an isolated event,” stressed Fitzsimmons. “But when entered into the ViCAP database and examined with other mysterious deaths or missing persons, patterns emerge. That is the value of ViCAP. “Little is in poor health and will likely stay in prison in Texas until his death. The goal now is to identify his victims and provide closure and justice in unsolved cases. ViCAP is also hoping this case will serve as a reminder to every jurisdiction of the importance of consistent violent crime reporting. For more information or to report potential case links to Samuel Little, contact ViCAP at 800-634-4097.
Murder Locations and Victims: These incidents are either linked to victims who have not yet been identified (Jane Does) or to murders described by Samuel Little that have not yet been definitively corroborated by law enforcement (unmatched confessions). The information depicted when selecting the pinpoints on the map (also available in text form below) is based on interviews with Samuel Little; they are his confessions and recollections, and dates are approximations. (Information current as of November 15, 2018.)
1). North Little Rock, Arkansas
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1992 or 1993.
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed between 1990 and 1997.


2). West Memphis, Arkansas

Unmatched Confession: Black female between 28-29 years old killed in 1984. Victim picked up in Memphis, Tennessee.

3). San Bernardino, California
Unmatched Confession: Black female between the ages of 18-23 killed in 1984.


4). Los Angeles, California
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1987.
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1987.
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 19, killed in 1987.
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 50, killed in 1987. Victim possibly called "Granny."
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 22-23 years old killed in 1987.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 26-27 years old killed in 1987.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 40-45 years old killed in 1990 or 1991. Victim possibly called "Alice."
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 20-22 years old killed in 1991 or 1992. Victim possibly from San Francisco.
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1992.
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1992 or 1993.
Unmatched Confession: Hispanic female between 24-25 years old killed in 1992 or 1993. Victim possibly from Phoenix.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 23-25 years old killed in 1996.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 23-24 years old killed in 1996. Victim possibly called "T-Money."
Unmatched Confession: White female between 23-25 years old killed in 1996.
Unmatched Confession: Black female age 25 killed in 1996.


5). Homestead, Florida
Unmatched Confession: White female killed in 1970 or 1971.


6). Miami, Florida
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 22, killed in 1971.Victim possibly called "Linda."
Unmatched Confession: Black male, age 18, killed in 1971 or 1972. Victim possibly called "Mary Ann" or "Marianne."
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 28, killed in 1971 or 1972. Victim possibly worked on Homestead Air Force Base.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 23-24 years old killed in the mid 1970s. Victim possibly called "Emily." Victim possibly worked at the University of Miami.

7). Kendall, Florida
Unmatched Confession: White female age 45 killed in 1973. Victim possibly called "Sarah." Victim possibly from Massachusetts.


8). Perry, Florida
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1993.
 

9). Fort Myers, Florida
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1984.


10.) Tampa Bay, Florida
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1984.


11). Plant City, Florida
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1977 or 1978. Met victim in Clearwater, Florida.


12). Savannah, Georgia
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 22-23 years old killed in 1974.
Unmatched Confession: Black female age 23 killed in 1984.


13). Atlanta, Georgia
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 35-40 years old killed in 1981.
Unmatched Confession: White female, age 26, killed in 1983 or 1984. Victim possibly from Griffith, Georgia.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 23-25 years old killed in 1984. Victim possibly a college student.


14). Macon, Georgia
Confession Matched to a Jane Doe: Black female between 30-40 years old killed in 1977.


15). Dade County, Georgia
Confession Matched to a Jane Doe: Black female between 25-30 years old killed in 1980 or 1981. Met the victim in Chattanooga, Tennessee.


16). Granite City, Illinois
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 26, killed between 1976 and 1979. Met victim in St. Louis, Missouri. Victim possibly called "Jo."


17). East St. Louis, Illinois
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed between 1976 and 1979. Met victim in St. Louis, Missouri.


18). Covington, Kentucky
Unmatched Confession: White female killed in 1984. Met victim in Columbus, Ohio. Body disposed of somewhere in Northern Kentucky (city unspecified).


19). New Orleans, Louisiana
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1973. Victim possibly called "Sarah." Victim possibly worked at a restaurant in New Orleans.
Unmatched Confession: White female killed in 1982.

20). Plaquemine, Louisiana
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1978 or 1979.
 

21). Monroe, Louisiana
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 24, killed between 1987 and the early 1990s.


22). Prince George’s County, Maryland
Confession Matched to a Jane Doe: White female between 20-25 years old killed in 1972. Victim possibly from Massachusetts.


23). Jackson, Mississippi
Unmatched Confession: Black male, age 16, killed in 1984.


24). Gulfport, Mississippi
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 22, killed between 1980 and 1984.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 27-29 years old killed in 1988.
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 23-24 years old killed in 1988.


25). Pascagoula, Mississippi
Confession Matched to a Jane Doe: Black female between 35-45 years old killed in 1977. Met the victim in Gulfport, Mississippi. Victim possibly from Pascagoula. Victim possibly worked at Ingalls Shipyard.


26). Las Vegas, Nevada
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 40, killed in 1993.
 

27). Albuquerque, New Mexico
Unmatched Confession: White female, age 25, killed in 1974.
 

28). Cleveland, Ohio
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1978 or 1979.
 

29). Cincinnati, Ohio
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1974.
 

30). Akron, Ohio
Unmatched Confession: White female killed in 1991 or 1992.
 

31). Charleston, South Carolina
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 28, killed between 1977 and 1982.
 

32). Knoxville, Tennessee
Unmatched Confession: Black female, age 25, killed in 1975.
 

33). Wichita Falls, Texas
Unmatched Confession: Black female killed in 1976 or 1977. Body disposed of somewhere outside of Wichita Falls (city unspecified).
 

34). Houston, Texas
Unmatched Confession: Black female between 25-28 years old killed between 1976 and 1979 or in 1993.


35). Phoenix, Arizona
Unmatched Confession: Hispanic female in her 40s. Killed in 1988 or 1996. Victim possibly from Phoenix.
Unmatched Confession: White female killed in 1997. Victim possibly called "Ann."



 
Bill Warner wbipi@verizon.net Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota 941-926-1926 - SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com

Sunday, January 27, 2019

Evolution of the Press building 19 Chenango St Binghamton NY 1904 to 2019 student housing

Evolution of the Press building 19 Chenango St Binghamton NY 1904 to 2019 student housing. The corner of New York nicknamed the Triple Cities has contributed more than its share of prominent names to American business: IBM, General Electric and Valvoline, to name only three. But like so many other once-thriving industrial regions, the area anchored by Binghamton, Endicott and Johnson City has struggled for decades to improve its economic fortunes. Yet the region may still have an ace in the hole: Binghamton University, a state school located eight miles west in Vestal, N.Y. Some 7,000 of the university’s 13,000-plus undergraduates live off campus, constituting a powerful force for the regional economy and its rental housing market in particular. 
The Binghamton Press building was built in 1904 by businessman Willis Sharpe Kilmer and designed by T.I. Lacey and Sons. After damage from a fire in an adjacent building, the former office building was renovated. The Printing House now provides student housing with one- to five-bedroom apartments with modern amenities and furnishings. The Printing House building opened in August 2016. The apartments occupy the former Press Building, which was constructed in 1904. The structure sustained heavy smoke and water damage due to a fire in the neighboring Midtown Mall site in December 2010. The apartment complex has rooms to accommodate about 270 people. 
In the first stage of the Press Building’s latest chapter, Mark Yonaty, a local developer, restored the 92,400-square-foot building, then sold it to an affiliate of Tryad Group, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based developer, for $2.1 million. The new ownership acquired the adjacent properties at 21 Chenango St. and 25 Chenango St., connected the buildings with a shared basement, and created a 300-bed student housing community. Collectively dubbed the Printing House, the buildings comprise 100,000 square feet of apartment and ground-floor retail space and offer units ranging in size from one to five bedrooms. Located near popular bars and restaurants as well as the campus shuttle service, the Printing House is outfitted with a fitness center, hot tubs, study centers, a gaming room and a barbershop.



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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Native American activist Nathan Phillips Rap Sheet Includes Assault, Jail Break, Alcohol-Related Crimes & AWOL From Marines

 
Native American activist Nathan Phillips Rap Sheet Includes Assault, Jail Break, Alcohol-Related Crimes & AWOL From Marines. Self-described "recon ranger" Nathan Phillips was a rifleman for two days and a refrigerator mechanic in Lincoln, Nebraska and El Toro, California the rest of his service. Retired a private. NEW YORK POST..January 24th, 2019 Nathan Phillips, the Native American activist who falsely accused Covington Catholic High School students of blocking him during a confrontation he initiated, has a criminal record — including assault and escape from jail — and appears to have misrepresented his military service. Phillips, 63, suggested high school junior Nick Sandmann, the teenager at the center of the viral encounter after separate D.C. rallies, face expulsion for failing to "accept any responsibility” or apologize to Phillips publicly. In his own teenage years and early 20s, Phillips, using his adoptive name Nathaniel R. Stanard, was charged with escaping from prison, assault, and several alcohol-related crimes, according to local news reports at the time from his hometown of Lincoln, Neb.

Phillips, who was 19 at the time, was “charged with escaping from the Nebraska Penal Complex where he was confined May 3,” according to a May 9, 1974, article in the Lincoln Star. The court approved a bond of $500 and set a preliminary hearing for May 14. He pleaded guilty to assault on June 19, 1974, and was fined $200. In addition, he was charged with underage possession of alcohol in 1972, 1973, and 1975, as well as negligent driving. A destruction of property charge against him was dropped in August 1973, but Phillips was sentenced to one year probation for a related charge of alcohol possession by a minor. In December 1978, he was charged with driving without a license. Phillips also appears to have misrepresented his military service in the U.S. Marines. In April, he was quoted by Vogue as saying: "You know, I’m from Vietnam times. I’m what they call a recon ranger. That was my role."


In fact, Phillips spent most of his time in the Marines as a refrigerator technician after initially being an anti-tank missileman for four months. Phillips, then named “Stanard,” was not deployed outside the U.S. and never saw combat, according to the Marine Corps. Military records provided to the Washington Examiner show that Phillips served in the Marine Corps Reserve between 1972 to 1976 and held the rank of private, E-1, on April 18, 1975. According to records obtained by former Navy SEAL Don Shipley, Phillips was listed as Absent Without Leave (AWOL) three times.
Native American Activist Nathan Phillips, 64, Claims to be Marine Veteran who Served in Vietnam in 1972 when he was 17? "Mr. Nathan Phillips is affiliated with the Omaha Nation in Nebraska. Mr. Phillips served in the Marine Corps in Vietnam from 1972-76", BUT by end of June 1971 all Marine combat units were no longer in Vietnam. Was Nathan Phillips actually ever in Virtnam? ‘MLive‘ interviewed Mr. Phillips after he was allegedly involved in an altercation with students from EMU. At around the 1:07 mark, Phillips stated, “…as a Vietnam veteran, I served in the United States Marine Corps from 1972 to 1976.” Nathan Phillips reportedly claimed to have been a “Recon Ranger,” yet there is no such position in the U.S. Marine Corps with that exact title. There is no such thing as a "Recon Ranger". Closest is the 75th Ranger Regiment Reconnaissance Company, established 1984. Way after 'Vietnam. PHILLIPS HIMSELF never says “Vietnam WAR veteran” or simply “Vietnam veteran”, but a “Vietnam TIMES veteran.” as per his CNN interview. [8/11]. The Native American elder has a GoFundMe page titled ‘Fundraiser for Native Vietnam Vet Nathan Phillips’ that has raised over $300 so far. If it is true that Phillips is not an actual veteran, this may prove troublesome.


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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Deranged Sebring Fl SunTrust Bank Shooter Zephen Xaver Has Bizarre Death Wish Photos on His Facebook Page “fascinated with death”

 
UPDATE NEW YORK POST Thursday 1/24/2019...The man accused of slaughtering five people inside a Florida bank was “fascinated with death” and had been threatening to kill people for a long time, his ex-girlfriend said. Zephen Xaver, 21, would regularly talk about wanting to hurt people during his two-year-long on-off relationship with Alex Gerlach, she told WSBT. “For some reason [he] always hated people and wanted everyone to die. He got kicked out of school for having a dream that he killed everybody in his class, he’s been threatening this for so long” said Gerlach. 

Deranged Sebring Fl SunTrust Bank Shooter Zephen Xaver Has Bizarre Death Wish Photos on His Facebook Page. Zephen Xaver shot five people in a Florida bank Wednesday afternoon before surrendering to police, authorities said. Zephen Xaver, 21, allegedly opened fire inside a SunTrust branch in Sebring — about 90 miles southeast of Tampa — around 12:30 p.m., officials said in a somber evening news conference. “Today’s been a tragic day in our community,” said Sebring police Chief Karl Hoglund. “We’ve suffered significant loss at the hands of a senseless criminal doing a senseless crime.” Also unclear was what prompted Xaver to open fire inside the bank, kicking off a massive police response.

In a scene right out of the movie 'Hell or High Water' the bank takeover attempt at the small town bank in Sebring (population 10,600) went bad and Zephen Xaver shot and killed 5 people, customers and bank employees alike. The Florida Department of Corrections said he was hired by the Avon Park Correctional Institution as a trainee on Nov. 2 and resigned Jan. 9. He had no disciplinary issues during that time. There are few details available about Xaver and the shooting. The incident occurred at the SunTrust Bank branch at 1901 US 27 South in Sebring, the Highlands County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies responded to the shooting along with the Sebring Police Department. Police swarmed the bank and surrounded the building, shutting down the road in the area just after noon on January 23rd, 2019.
Zephen Allen Xaver is a Sebring, Florida, resident, police said. According to his Facebook page, Xaver is originally from Plymouth, Indiana, and has also lived in Bremen, Indiana. Xaver’s ex-girlfriend confirmed on her Facebook page that the former Indiana resident is the suspect. “If anyone has seen the news about my ex killing 5 people. Please do not ask me to talk to you about it. I am devastated,” she wrote. “I’ve been crying so much.” On Linkedin, Xaver says he is a student at Stevens-Henager College, which is based in Utah, but also allows students to take classes online. He attended Bremen Senior High School and Plymouth High School in Indiana, where he was on the wrestling team.
 
Zephen Xaver’s Facebook page reveals few details about him. Xaver “likes” the page of far-right activist Milo Yiannopoulos along with a page dedicated to memes featuring conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. He also likes a page called “Creepy Facts,” a page about cats and an anime GIF page, along with one called “Dysfunctional Veterans.” That page is aimed at those who have served in the military, though there is no evidence so far that Xaver served in the armed forces. Xaver is registered to vote in Florida with no party affiliation, records show. His address is listed as Pine Tree Lane in Sebring. He registered to vote on January 7, 2019. Xaver’s younger brothers and parents live in Indiana.



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FBI Top 10 Most Wanted Honor Killer Yaser Said Turns 62 on January 27th he will be Eligible to Collect his Social Security.

 FBI Top 10 Most Wanted Honor Killer Yaser Said Turns 62 on January 27th he will be Eligible to Collect his Social Security. FBI Top 10 Most Wanted Honor Yaser Abdel Said is on the run, his date of birth is January 27 1957, he was born in Sinai Egypt. Yaser Abdel Said murdered his two daughters on January 1 2008, 10 years ago in Irving Texas and disappeared into thin air.
The profile of wanted murder suspect Yaser Said indicates that he has always worked as a taxi driver, usually working the night shift taking fares from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to midtown Hotels. Yaser Said shot and killed his daughters and left their bodies in his borrowed cab at a taxi stand in front of the Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas in Irving Texas, this hotel was a frequent destination for Yaser Said with fares from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. He had been in the USA for almost 30 years. Interpol Red Notice has been Issued For the Arrest of Murdering Pedophile Yaser Abdel Said. Yaser Abdel Said Social Security Number is 456-67-XXXX.


Before they were killed, Sarah and Amina Said told friends they had a difficult relationship with their father, Yaser. At school, the girls were respected by their teachers and peers. They had good grades and made it clear they hoped to go to college and then medical school. They were known for their signature smiles. But at home, the girls confessed to friends that they shed tears more often than not because of their difficult relationship with their father.
In 1998, the girls filed a police report, alleging that their father, Yaser Said, sexually abused them, but they later recanted the story. However, they did confess to a few friends that the abuse continued. "He treats me like a whore," Sarah Said wrote in an instant message conversation wither her friend, Zohair Zaidi. Zohair said the girls told him they were rarely allowed to participate in after school activities and that their father controlled their every move. Yaser made it clear they were especially forbidden from developing relationships with boys. In fact, Zohair said Sarah had programmed his phone number in her phone as "Amanda" so her dad wouldn't be suspicious of their friendship.


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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Native American Activist Nathan Phillips, 64, Claims to be Marine Veteran who Served in Vietnam in 1972 when he was 17?


Native American activist Nathan Phillips Rap Sheet Includes Assault, Jail Break, Alcohol-Related Crimes & AWOL From Marines. Self-described "recon ranger" Nathan Phillips was a rifleman for two days and a refrigerator mechanic in Lincoln, Nebraska and El Toro, California the rest of his service. Retired a private. NEW YORK POST..January 24th, 2019 Nathan Phillips, the Native American activist who falsely accused Covington Catholic High School students of blocking him during a confrontation he initiated, has a criminal record — including assault and escape from jail — and appears to have misrepresented his military service.
Native American Activist Nathan Phillips, 64, Claims to be Marine Veteran who Served in Vietnam in 1972 when he was 17? "Mr. Nathan Phillips is affiliated with the Omaha Nation in Nebraska. Mr. Phillips served in the Marine Corps in Vietnam from 1972-76", BUT by end of June 1971 all Marine combat units were no longer in Vietnam. Was Nathan Phillips actually ever in Virtnam? ‘MLive‘ interviewed Mr. Phillips after he was allegedly involved in an altercation with students from EMU. At around the 1:07 mark, Phillips stated, “…as a Vietnam veteran, I served in the United States Marine Corps from 1972 to 1976.” Nathan Phillips reportedly claimed to have been a “Recon Ranger,” yet there is no such position in the U.S. Marine Corps with that exact title. There is no such thing as a "Recon Ranger". Closest is the 75th Ranger Regiment Reconnaissance Company, established 1984. Way after 'Vietnam. PHILLIPS HIMSELF never says “Vietnam WAR veteran” or simply “Vietnam veteran”, but a “Vietnam TIMES veteran.” as per his CNN interview. [8/11]. The Native American elder has a GoFundMe page titled ‘Fundraiser for Native Vietnam Vet Nathan Phillips’ that has raised over $300 so far. If it is true that Phillips is not an actual veteran, this may prove troublesome.
Mr. Phillips, age 64, does claim to be a Marine Vietnam Combat Vet, he was not, the Catholic boys did nothing but stare him down, Phillips was the instigator he approached the boys, not the other way around, the boys just stood their ground, facts are the facts. By end of June 1971 all Marine combat units were no longer in Vietnam. In 1971, Mr. Phillips was 16 years old. The earliest he could have enlisted, either as an emancipated minor or with parental consent, was 1972 when he was 17. He was never in Vietnam in 1972 as a young combat Marine, no one was.

By the end of 1970, more Marines were leaving than arriving as replacements. On 14 April 1971, III MAF redeployed to Okinawa, and two months later the last ground troops, the 13,000 men of the 3d MAB, flew out from Da Nang, By end of June 1971 Marine combat units were no longer in Vietnam. In 1971, Phillips was 16 years old. The earliest he could have enlisted, either as an emancipated minor or with parental consent, was 1972. And Phillips does claim to have enlisted at 17. Junior enlisted guys and junior officers weren’t sent as advisers to Vietnam in the last days of the war in 1972, after US ground involvement had essentially halted. A Marine infantry private was not going to go to Vietnam a year after the last Marines left Vietnam.What we know with mathematical certainty is that if Phillips is a veteran, and we really don’t know that at this point though some good guys have requested his DD-214 under FOIA, he did not serve in the Vietnam War. Phillips, in my view, seems eager to toss out the “Vietnam times” identification which could be mistaken, and I would tend to believe that is his intent, for Vietnam War service. Having said that, he doesn’t seem like a deliberate Stolen Valor candidate because there is no record of him actually claiming to have served in Vietnam.You can judge for yourself whether allowing yourself to be referred to as a Vietnam veteran rather than correcting the record is an honorable act.



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