All posts tagged: white collar crime

Dottie Laster Appears on Crimes and Times with Michael Tabman

On Thursday, August 31, Dottie Laster will be the expert guest on Crimes and Times discussing and answering questions about human trafficking. 

Dr. Scott Bonn,Media analyst,ImaginePublicity

Crime Commentary Served Straight Up With a Twist: Meet Dr. Scott Bonn!

  “Are you looking for expert crime commentary and media analysis? Meet “Doc Bonn” Something and someone new with a fresh perspective? We would like to introduce you to a new face with on air experience and a professional background essential for reaching your viewers.   Dr. Scott Bonn, PhD has appeared as an expert crime analyst on a number of popular news programs, including Dr. Drew, and has written about and been quoted extensively on a variety of high profile cases; an article on the Casey Anthony verdict in New York Daily News, and a recent appearance on the A&E Documentary Special on the Long Island Serial Killer. Doc Bonn’s research into the criminal mind, and his experience with media relations in the public and political realm, gives him the ability to analyze certain behaviors utilizing criteria above and beyond the average pundit.  He combines the knowledge and skills of an academic scholar with more than twenty years of senior-level corporate experience in the news and entertainment media industry. Dr. Bonn is the host …

Crime Wire: Crime Wears a White Collar!

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE:   Crime Wire delves into white collar crime with discussion of the eCONNECT scandal. eCONNECT was established in 1997 to develop the usage of simple inexpensive equipment that could be used from homes, offices, cars and public locations and which would enable the consumer to effect secure electronic commerce transactions by either credit cards, ATM cards or value added cards. These transactions were defined as P.E.R.F.E.C.T. transactions in that they would enable the sender to Personally Electronically and Remotely send Financial Electronic Card Transactions.   However, on August 11, 2003, eCONNECT CEO Thomas S. Hughes pleaded guilty in federal court to three counts of securities fraud and one count of criminal contempt, for which he was sentenced to eight years in prison. What went on at eCONNECT during those six years that caused Mr. Hughes to end up behind bars?   Host, Dennis Griffin will get answers to that question from a former eCONNECT insider …

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Dr. Scott Bonn, PhD. Launches DocBonn.Com

New York City, NY– Dr. Scott Bonn, PhD “Doc Bonn” launches his new website, on Monday, February 13. The website is devoted to Doc Bonn’s expertise in the motivations and behavioral patterns of criminals, especially serial killers.  Bonn also has expertise in domestic violence, white-collar crime, terrorism, criminal profiling and how the media shape crime stories. In addition to being Professor of Criminology at Drew University, Dr.Scott Bonn is a media analyst and commentator who frequently consults the press on high-profile cases. Doc Bonn is currently researching and writing a popular book on the public’s interest in serial killers that is tentatively titled, “Monster Dearest: Our Fascination with Serial Killers and Why We Need Them.” His research includes interviews and discussions with a few of the nation’s best known incarcerated serial killers. He is also the author of “Mass Deception: Moral Panic and the U.S. War on Iraq,” the critically acclaimed book on propaganda and war crime. Doc Bonn’s new website showcases his recent articles and media appearances that offer commentary on important and far reaching subjects such as the Long Island serial killer, medical …