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Stryker Investigation Services Inc., is licensed to a principal private investigator, our founder, and operates as a licensed investigation agencyBrowse Stryker’s investigation Blog & News – There are interesting news worthy events that come up and you won’t find them through normal news channels. I look for  important articles, updates on news worthy events to include as our featured story for our blog.

Review Stryker’s commentary regarding all aspects of fraud and discuss the psychology of deception. Stryker will point out the unlawful activities of nefarious individuals that intentionally withhold information or deliberately present misleading information for their own gain. We will also discuss the “Long Arm of the Law,” and when it over-reaches civil liberties for its own profit [and / or] abuses the law and judicial process. All the information in the Stryker Investigation Blog & News will come from local, regional and nation news worthy events. There are links to articles on other websites, including news headlines from various sources. I’ve prepared a few different types of materials that include Videos, Photography, Websites. 

$150 Million Dollar Insurance Scam – California’s biggest

California surgeon charged in $150 Million Dollar insurance scam. An orthopedic surgeon was charged as the ringleader in one of the state’s biggest health fraud schemes, which included unnecessary operations by an untrained assistant that scarred patients forever, according to indictments unsealed Tuesday.


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LifeLock CEO’s Identity Stolen 13 Times

APPARENTLY, WHEN YOU publish your Social Security number prominently on your website and billboards, people take it as an invitation to steal your identity. LifeLock CEO Todd Davis, whose number is displayed in the company’s ubiquitous advertisements, has by now learned that lesson.


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The 2016 Crime-Fighting Machine

The 2016 Ford Interceptor SUV-Crime-Fighting Machine promises to continue blazing a path of intentional design and engineering aimed at making police officers more effective and safer in the field. Ford has also spearheaded a new wave of partnerships to unite customers with aftermarket manufacturers, vehicle upfitters and technology integrators.


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Asset Forfeiture Abuses by California

Easy Money: Civil Asset Forfeiture Abuse by Police
Did you know police are allowed to seize and keep your cash, cars, real estate, and any other property — even if you’re never convicted or even charged with a crime? It’s called civil asset forfeiture — and if it sounds like legalized burglary, that’s because it is.

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Cities in L.A. County seize millions in civil forfeitures

 Handful of small Los Angeles County cities seize large amounts of cash and cars using a controversial federal forfeitures law that allows them to confiscate property even when owners aren’t charged with a crime, according to a report published by an advocacy group that promotes decriminalization of drugs.


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Dubai Supercar Police Fleet

Supercar Police Fleet of fastest vehicles used for law enforcement.

Exotic cars in police livery scream across a causeway at night, lights blaring. It’s a Ferrari FF and a Mercedes SLS-AMG racing to meet up with a Bugatti Veyron, Mercedes G63 AMG, McLaren MP4-12C … and more… The reality is a little less exciting. The attention-grabbing cars aren’t out doing normal patrols … conventional, boring cars, mainly SUVs and sedans, do the grunt work. Commit a crime and you probably won’t be thrown into an Aston Martin One-77 and taken in for booking.


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Atlanta Corruption Investigation

ATLANTA—Federal authorities have concluded an extensive public corruption and drug trafficking investigation that spanned over five years and the convictions of a Customs and Border Protection Officer from Atlanta’s airport, a DeKalb County Police Officer, and more than 10 drug traffickers who were responsible for the distribution of approximately 1 million pills. Read more