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Private Investigator – Busted Part 1

Private Investigator – Busted Part 1

Private Investigator Johnston Blakley is on an insurance claims case that turns into more of a cheating spouse and drug case.

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The amazing story of private investigator Sheila Wysocki

The amazing story of private investigator Sheila Wysocki

New Channel 4 captures Sheila Wysocki as she tells her story of becoming a private investigator to solve the case of her friend who was raped and murdered. This is a perfect example of a true friend.

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What you don’t know about marriage

What you don’t know about marriage

In this funny, casual talk, writer Jenna McCarthy shares surprising research on how marriages (especially happy marriages) really work. One tip: Do not try to win an Oscar for best actress.

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Why domestic violence victims don’t leave

Why domestic violence victims don’t leave

Leslie Morgan Steiner was in “crazy love” — that is, madly in love with a man who routinely abused her and threatened her life. Steiner tells the dark story of her relationship, correcting misconceptions many people hold about victims of domestic violence, and explaining how we can all help break the silence.

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Why Happy Couples Cheat

Why Happy Couples Cheat

Infidelity is the ultimate betrayal. But does it have to be? Relationship therapist Esther Perel examines why people cheat, and unpacks why affairs are so traumatic: because they threaten our emotional security. In infidelity, she sees something unexpected — an expression of longing and loss. A must-watch for anyone who has ever cheated or been […]

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Family Law Report – Interview with Leon Koziol – Child Custody

Family Law Report – Interview with Leon Koziol – Child Custody

An interview with civil rights attorney Leon Koziol that exposes the State’s financial interest in marginalizing one parent after separation or divorce. The Feds reward the States with matching funds for collecting child support. Consider registering for the family law reform conference this November: http://www.divorcecorp.com/reform-2/. People from around the country will be there to discuss […]

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Family Law Report – Richard Fine Part 2: Miscarriage of Justice & Abuse of Power

Family Law Report – Richard Fine Part 2: Miscarriage of Justice & Abuse of Power

Richard first got the judges mad in 1998 when he stopped the salaries of the judges. Richard was also one of the people who found out that judges were taking money from lecturers. They were using a tax ID number to avoid paying taxes. The CA state bar was going after Richard for exposing the […]

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Family Law Report – Richard Fine Part 1: Judicial Bribery & Corruption

Family Law Report – Richard Fine Part 1:  Judicial Bribery & Corruption

Former U.S. Prosecutor Richard Fine exposes corruption in the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office. Salaries of judges are set by state Legislature (State of California). Judges had been receiving 30, 50, and $70,000 extra. Each LA county judge is now getting paid $270,000 per year. Some of these officials were scratching each other’s backs […]

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The Simple Stuff that brings joy to my Life: Angel Gonzalez

The Simple Stuff that brings joy to my Life: Angel Gonzalez

The Innocence Project: Angel Gonzalez is the 329th innocent person in the U.S. to be cleared of a crime through DNA. Angel was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to 55 years in prison in a 1994 abduction and sexual assault After spending 20 years in prison for a crime he did not commit, DNA proved his […]

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It Could Happen to Anyone: The Wrongful Conviction of Alan Beaman

It Could Happen to Anyone: The Wrongful Conviction of Alan Beaman

Alan Beaman was convicted of a murder he didn’t commit. He spent 14 years in prison for the murder of his former girlfriend. Alan was getting ready to start his senior year at a University when he was arrested and sent to prison. Alan’s family was Republican and strongly believed in the Judicial system. Both […]

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