Attention those new to this type of request. The original post on this
subject is not doing you the big favor you may think they are. It sure
sounds like a gigantic opportunity, but wait until you read the fine print.
Being a member of the "fight police" is not as glamorous as advertised.
Please note in advance that there is no guaranteed pay for your efforts,
although the people who are asking you to police their event are making
millions of dollars. You only get paid if you find an illegal commercial
establishment showing the event without authorization. You can have as many
people as you like being paid on your payroll, running up mileage and
drinking a bunch of whiskey at your expense, while you may receive
absolutely nothing. But, the promoter is still getting paid.
Very very few commercial establishments risk being caught on these deals any
more, so you may have a better chance at your local lottery. You can spends
h o u r s getting ready for a one round fight and it's over before
you get in the door of the whiskey parlor. Then, who gets paid? Everyone
but the investigators.
But, as I said earlier, the people knocking down millions of dollars are
getting your services for free to guarantee that they make every dollar
possible. Does this sound fair and reasonable to you?
Someone needs to explain to these good folks that we are entitled to be paid
for the work we do but not on a very limited contingent fee basis.
Who else in this food chain is working for free?
The security people, no.
The pay-per-view television production company, no.
The advertising agency, or agencies, no.
Are they getting the fight sight for free, no.
I cannot think of one other set of professionals who are "donating" their
time while the fat cats just get fatter.
Anyone else who shares my view, or opposing views for that matter, is
encouraged to step up and make your voices heard. Perhaps if the ban
together and say we are not working for free to make everyone else rich, the
tide will turn and level the playing field.
If you are one who is determined to work for free, please provide me with
your contact information and I am certain I can find a way to occupy all of
your available time.
With best regards, I remain...
Very truly yours,
RUS B. ROBISON AND ASSOCIATES, INC.
Rus B. Robison
Rus B. Robison and Associates, Inc.
Post Office Box 720560
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73172-0560
(405) 721-2295 Voice
(877) 721-2295 Toll-Free
Oklahoma's FIRST State Licensed Private Investigation Agency.
Serving all of Oklahoma and the great Southwest since 1972.
From: tprla [mailto:TPRLA@...
Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 4:17 PM
Subject: [infoguys-list] Investigative Assignment: Delahoya v. Mosley;
Attn: Signal Piracy Investigators
The next event where we shall require signal piracy surveillance and
investigative coverage is the "REDEMPTION", SUPERSTAR BOXING
SPECTACULAR featuring THE WBC/WBA SUPER WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
featuring OSCAR DE LA HOYA (WBC Super Welterweight Champion)
vs. "SUGAR" SHANE MOSELY (Former Light Middleweight World Champion)
and THE WBC LIGHTWEIGHT ELIMINATOR featuring JUAN LAZCANO vs.
STEVIE JOHNSTON and THE WBA ELIMINATOR; WBC INTERNATIONAL; WBA LATIN
AMERICA featuring MIGUEL COTTO vs. DEMETRIO CEBALLOS plus a fourth
World-Title Championship bout to be telecast live on pay-per-view on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2003 at 9:00PM EST from the MGM Grand Garden
Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Our office is continuing to reinforce its coast-to-coast network of
agencies and operatives to conduct covert surveillance on this event.
Don't miss out on this terrific investigative opportunity for you
and /or your staff.
Experienced/interested individuals please contact my office
immediately for further details.
Director of Investigations
Law Offices of Thomas P. Riley, P.C.
727 West Seventh Street, Suite 722
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Phone: (800) 590-5511; (213) 488-9292
Fax: (866) 242-8905; (213) 488-9295
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