December 26th – Shocking new evidence has been discovered by a Hollywood Private Investigator that proves Whitney Houston was murdered. According to Radar Online, The private investigator looking into Whitney Houston’s suspicious death found video evidence that suggests Houston was a victim of a high powered drug ring, who sent two individuals who are suspected to have murdered Houston to kill her over her 1.5 million dollar cocaine debt.
The private investigator used his drug informant resources, as well as taking a second look at the corners report to determine foul play in conjunction with the new evidence brought to light.
On the day she died, Whitney was alone in her hotel room in which the two suspects were caught on surveillance tapes. Currently all evidence has been turned over to the FBI for further investigation.
Source: Whitney Houston was Murdered
Earlier this week, Tom Cruise was allegedly questioned for conspiring with his attorney and now jailed private investigator Anthony Pellicano in illegally wiretapping magazine editor Michael Davis Sapir cell phone. The accusations came about from a lawsuit back in 2001 when Tom Cruise sued Sapir for $100 million after the editor falsely stated he had video proof of Tom Cruise engaging in homosexual activity.
Mr. Sapir is now under the impression that Cruise had engaged in illegal wiretapping during the 2001 lawsuit, recording conversations between Mr. Sapir and his attorney. Michael Sapir is now suing Tom Cruise for $5 million dollars, claiming that Tom used these taps to gain an unfair advantage during the 2001 court case.
According to Tom Cruise’s attorney ” the allegations are absolute garbage. We did not even hire Pellicano to work on the Sapir case.”
TEMPE, Arizona – Jack Culolias, ASU student, went missing November 30th after a night out at Cadillac Ranch at Tempe Marketplace. Police and volunteers are still looking for any clues as to what may have happened to Jack the night after he went missing. Currently the only lead detectives have been able to recover is a shoe belonging to Jack by Salt River.
Grace Culolias, Jack’s Mother, told 3TV she’s seeking an attorney and plans to hire a Private Investigator to help continue the effort in finding her missing son.
According to friends of Jack, no one recalls seeing him leave that night. “There has been no sign of foul play, so as I said, how is it possible that a 19-year-old boy, 6 feet tall can just vanish?” asked Grace. Grace has since packed up Jacks personal belongings from his Dorm at ASU and has returned to California. However, friends and Family of Jack say they will continue to do everything in their power to keep the investigation going strong.
If you have any information that can help with this investigation please contact Tempe Police immediately.
Pittsburgh, PA – Police are now investigating what appears to be an organized criminal theft ring that is spanning across the east coast. So far police believe that these thieves have hit retail stores in Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina and Maryland. Last week a group of five men entered a Louis Vuitton store, making off with several high end purses. A few months ago, a group of men believed to be the same people, robbed a Best Buy of some expensive GPS units and high end calculators.
Bob Kressen, a Private Investigator was quoted, “Because they’re going state to state, it’s hard to ID them… Even though they get video on them, which is good to have video on somebody… unless they really band together, and work with the various vendors around the country. It’s gets very hard to ID somebody.”
Bob Kressen continued to state that measures need to be made to catch these criminals and to be made an example of. “You find the people and catch them and set some examples. They’ve got to set examples and prosecute.” Mr. Kressen continues to suggest placing GPS trackers or other traps on products that could be stolen to hopefully catch the bandits.
While I agree with Bob that something needs to be done, I do not think his suggestions would do much good. There has been no set pattern for the type of stores, the specific merchandise or even a general location of where the thieves may hit next. It’s because of this, catching the criminals will be that much more difficult. So until police get a better lead on these criminals, retailers should be careful and make sure all their employee’s are up to date with their companies shrink deterrent policies.