- Because of its success, I am formulating a seminar and reaching out to
determine who would be interested in attending. To get a preview, this
Saturday, January 4, 2003, MSNBC INVESTIGATES will show "Missing or
Murdered." The show has received high ratings. The seminar is also about
finding ways to go around obstacles, barriers, walls and fences that we
place before us and at the same time gain confidence investigating difficult
and unusual cases.
Please feel free to comment via email or call regarding whether the seminar
may be beneficial, informative and interesting.
The Art & Science of Investigation
How To Investigate Unique Missing Person Cases
Missing or Murdered: How would you investigate this type of case?
PRESENTED BY TWO NATIONALLY KNOWN PI's & FORMER NYPD DETECTIVES
WHERE: NEW YORK CITY VICINITY
WHEN: MARCH, 2003 OR TBA
(ONE DAY SEMINAR)
WATCH: MSNBC INVESTIGATES:
"MISSING OR MURDERED"
JANUARY 4, 2003, SATURDAY
9:00pm, 12:00am & 3:00am
Perhaps one of the most frustrating types of investigations is the missing
person case. In this fascinating seminar you become involved and
investigate a current, unsolved case and unravel the mystery. Learn the
methodology behind the investigation: research the case, develop a plan of
action and learn investigative techniques from Private Investigator and
28-year, Ex-New York City/FBI Task Force, First Grade Detective, Gil Alba &
Ex-NYPD, 22 year veteran Detective Bill Majeski.
Gil has been seen on 48 Hours, America's Most Wanted and MSNBC INVESTIGATES
filmed a one-hour special to be re-aired Saturday, January 4, 2003.
PI Bill Majeski author of "The Lie Detection Book" and co-compiler of the
"Corporate Investigations" book is a regular on Fox News. Bill will team up
with Gil to bring you his expertise on interviewing methods and many other
aspects of the investigative process.
The Kristine Kupka Case:
Listed by The N.Y. Daily News as one of New York's Top 10 Mysteries, the
Kristine Kupka case will be featured. In 1998, five months pregnant, the
Baruch College student went off with her professor, the father of her unborn
child. He came back. She didn't. Gil & Bill will lead you through the
investigation of this case and other cases. It's a rare chance to learn how
the world's best investigators solve some of the world's worst crimes.
Majeski Associates Bus: 973 304 6007
Contact: William J. Majeski Email: majeski@...
Towne Center at Somers
108 Village Square, Ste 215
Somers, NY 10589-2305
Bus: 914 621 4331
Cell: 914 646 1302
Fax: 914 628 6120
Toll: 866 763 ALBA