Month: January 2014

Shattered Lives Radio, Donna R. Gore, LadyJustice

Shattered Lives: Police Stories with Jerry Longo

LISTEN HERE! Shattered Lives Radio Host Donna R. Gore did some research back in 2012 for her story The First, the Proud and the Many:The Connecticut State Police Back in the late 1880s, and early 1900’s, police were occupied with the matters of prohibition, the vice squad, and labor disputes. Such areas of concern were frequently ignored due to political influence or local officers  “being on the take.” Public protest spawned a new breed of law enforcement known as” State Police Forces.” The history of the first state police organization is rich and filled with interesting information, much of it linked in the above article. Shattered Lives will take listeners a step further in relaying some of the history of the organization which started with only a handful of officers to over 1400 on staff today. Jerry Longo is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Connecticut State Police Academy Alumni Association Museum and Educational Center located in Meriden, CT. The museum displays the rich history of the Connecticut State Police through photographs, displays and video …

Change Already with Jillian, Jillian Maas Backman, ImaginePublicity

Change Already! with Jillian Maas Backman: Who’s Listening to the Message?

  LISTEN HERE! Where do messages come from and are they always an original thought? Most likely not, according to those who subscribe to the “Original Thought Theory” which suggests that anything anyone can ever think of has already been thought by someone else or will be done so by someone in the future, i.e. no thought is original. That being said, “messages” could be formed through experiences and ideas and the culmination of something that could be marketable, such as a book, a song, or a piece of art; an expression of one’s thoughts. Through these avenues the message travels, but how far can it possibly go? Some may sit on their thoughts and messages, keeping to themselves, others wish to share them with the world. There are all types of messengers, whether teachers in academia, religious leaders, or perhaps, a someone willing to break out of what’s been normal for them and seek another path to share their ideas. Many become famous because of the sharing process, but what sets them apart? The audience! …

Dr. Laurie Roth, The Roth Show

The Roth Show: Crime, Corruption, and Wrongdoers on Wednesdays

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive:  http://therothshow.com   Each Wednesday for 3 hours Dr. Laurie Roth holds conversations with those in the know about particular crimes,criminals, issues, corruption, and wrongdoing. Hour #1 Bill Hearn – Privacy by Deception Often victims of crime or violence must find a way to safely escape someone who may be tracking their every move. Finding a place of safety is no easy feat in the age of information and the internet. Searches can be easily conducted online, or even through social media sites such as Facebook, and everything you DON’T want someone to know is there. Guest Bill Hearn is founder of Confidential Sources who began his Investigative career in 1975 in the United States Air Force where he worked in a security capacity. Shortly thereafter he completed training at the Security Technical Services, an investigative training institute headquartered in Oakland, California. He is currently specializing in process serving, judgment recovery, family reunion, asset/information locates, field contact services, and bail recovery support services in the Seattle, WA …

Addiction Recovery Treatment

Dr. Dalal Akoury and Addiction Recovery and Treatment Education

  Addiction and recovery are a complex issue affecting the physical, mental, and spiritual imbalance of the body of those addicted to drugs or alcohol, but there is effective and safe help available. One of the most difficult things to overcome is the craving for the addictive substance. From years of substance abuse, the brain is adversely affected and only wishes for the pleasure and feeling from the substance. Once the addictive substance alters the brain function, it interferes with the ability to think clearly, reason properly, or remember. Those in the medical and mental health community are seeing that addictions are not just affecting those who live a marginal lifestyle, but also affects their peers and those in executive type professions. More often than not, many do not seek assistance because of embarrassment or loss of stature in the community. “By focusing on how much effort you put into drugs or alcohol and giving yourself up to the substance, you condition your brain to believe that you are an addict and going to be one for …

Cantinera Documentary, Ruth Villatoro, Dottie Laster, ImaginePublicity

The Cantinera Documentary Screening in Florence, South Carolina

South Carolina is working to improve it’s stand against human trafficking by educating local communities about the various ways it exists within the state. Traffficking in humans is not only seen in the sex trade, but forced labor in transient industries, anything which constitutes “force, fraud, or coercion” against another human being. The Florence Baptist Association Task Force is sponsoring a screening of The Cantinera documentary on Monday, January 27, 2014 at 7pm Eastern time at the Julia Theater, 1110 S. Irby Street in Florence, South Carolina. The film screening is free and open to the public. One of the local organizations which provides safe houses and assistance for women and children, the Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault, will be represented and accepting donations to continue their valuable cooperation in the human trafficking field. The purpose of the gathering and film screening is to raise awareness within the community and reach out to other faith based groups in the area, recruit additional community leaders, and secure funding to do even more in the …