Court TV is Looking for Private Investigators

PI Buzz reports that Court TV is currently looking for professional private investigators, who are currently working on active cases, to appear in primetime television programming. You can find out more by visiting PI Buzz.

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MySpace – A Place for Texas Death Row Inmates

Central Florida News 13 is reporting on yet another MySpace controversy surrounding about 30 Texas Death Row inmates, who have personal profiles posted on the popular social network site. From the report — MySpace Welcomes Death Row Inmates – At least 30 prisoners awaiting execution in Texas have pages on MySpace, which is used by […]

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Georgia Police Officers May Be Disciplined Over MySpace Posts

The Associated Press is reporting on three Georgia police officers could be disciplined over their the messages and pictures that they posted on MySpace. From the article — Three Richmond County deputies could be disciplined over posts and pictures in their profiles on MySpace.com. The deputies are accused of using sheriff’s office property in photos […]

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California to Track Sex Offenders With GPS System

Wired News is reporting on a California law that will track convicted sex offenders for life via a GPS system attached to ankle bracelets. From the article — Just a few years ago, satellite tracking of convicts was a newfangled alternative to house arrest. Now, the number of American ex-offenders tracked through GPS-equipped ankle bracelets […]

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Cops Investigated After Videotaped Beating is Posted on YouTube

An NBC affiliate in Los Angeles is reporting that 2 Los Angeles police officers are being investigated by the FBI after a video tape clip showing them beating a man during an arrest was posted on the video sharing / social network site YouTube. From the article — Two Los Angeles police officers were under […]

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