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  • Fernando Fernandez
    Jul 22, 2013
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      We did
      it!!  After 3 months of investigations,
      using different sources and colleagues from other countries, we have found Mr.
      Paul Wong’s daughter, who died from liver cancer in April this year in Puerto
      Rico and his body is still at the Forensic Institute of Puerto Rico without
      been claimed.  When we decided to take
      this case we knew it wasn’t going to be easy but with lot of work, the help of
      my international colleagues, with perseverance and faith of been able to help
      others we have done something that at moments seems impossible to do. 
       
      Today I
      received the call from Christina Wong from Singapore , daughter of Mr. Paul
      Wong, who have lost contact with her father for more than 19 years. First she
      thanks for all the effort we have done to find her and for our decision to take
      this case so her family can gave her father the proper funeral arrangements and
      for his body to be treated with respect so he can rest in peace.  This call really make me feel that our job as
      Private Detectives goes much farther than what people think we do,  lots of people think we just do surveillance
      and infidelity cases.  Today we can give
      a finale and closure on the life of many peoples and show that Private Detectives are
      dedicated people in search of the truth, following the laws and that we have
      ethics and values that can not be broken and when we decide to find the truth
      and obtain results, we can do it.
       
      I want to
      thank greatly my colleagues, Bob Rahn from New York ,
      who do not doubt any second to give me a hand and search everywhere in New York , since Mr. Wong
      had lived there, also Ponno Kalestree who also without a doubt start searching
      even in Malaysia where Mr. Wong was born.  Both are excellent investigators who I highly recommend and none of them
      doubt in giving a helping hand so today we can take our profession to a level
      of excellence in a case that start in my small island of Puerto Rico going thru
      the big apple, New York and ended in Singapore with a completely different
      culture and language.  Today was proved
      that Private Detectives gives services of excellence to the community no
      matter in which part of the world we are.

      Link of the news in
      Singapore:
      http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/3-month-search-kin-man-who-died-abroad-20130721
       
      Regards,

      FERNANDO FERNANDEZ, PI, CII, CCDI, CAS
      Private Investigator, Lic. 8863
      Certified International Investigator
      Certified Criminal Defense Investigator
      Certified Anti-Terrorism Specialist
      Fingerprints Specialists / Computer Specialist / Email Tracer
      Tel. 787.276.5619
      Cel. 787.603.4504
      http://www.covertintelligencegroup.com
      Base in Puerto Rico, We cover island wide and the Caribbean

       
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      >Hi Colleagues
      >
      >Tomorrow Sunday July 7,  I'm in the radio again in Puerto Rico.
      >
      >The program is "Enfocate Puerto Rico" and I have a section inside the show name "Analizando Evidencias" in English the name is "Analyzing Evidences"
      >the program begin at 6PM and finish at 7PM eastern standard time you can hear it and see it over the internet in www.radioisla1320.com or go to the play market of Android and download the application named Radio Isla 1320.
      >
      >Also tomorrow in the Sunday Times of Singapore appears and article of the case that Mr. Ponno Kalestree from Singapore, Mr. Robert Rahn from New York and I from Puerto Rico are investigating and working to find a family member of an immigrant from Singapore that pass away in Puerto Rico from liver cancer without any relatives information and not many leads to find one.
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      >Previous news article of this case can be read here (is in Spanish sorry, but Google can help you)  http://www.primerahora.com/noticias/puerto-rico/nota/detectivebuscaallegadosdeasiaticomuertoenlaisla-929667/
      >
      >Also to all my colleagues and specially to hispanic speaking investigators, Im conducting a full day Seminar in Sheraton Hotel Old San Juan in August 16, 2013 and the topics are "Interview and Interrogations Techniques" and "Stakeouts and Field Surveillance", and for the female investigators we going to have the topic "10 things a lady detective must know", and of course is conducting by a local female detective, all the seminar is going to be in spanish and includes breakfast, coffee breaks and lunch, plus slides of the presentation, internet access during the presentation and the certificate of assistance, the cost is $125.00.
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      >For details can contact our office at 787-276-5619, 787-603-4504 or Mrs. Olga Cortes at 787-960-0975. Also the Hotel is giving an excellent price per night and can contact them directly to stay over one night and continue your journey the next day.
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      >Regards,
      >
      >FERNANDO FERNANDEZ, PI, CII, CCDI, CAS
      >Private Investigator, Lic. 8863
      >Certified International Investigator
      >Certified Criminal Defense Investigator
      >Certified Anti-Terrorism Specialist
      >Fingerprints Specialists / Computer Specialist / Email Tracer
      >Tel. 787.276.5619
      >Cel. 787.603.4504
      >http://www.covertintelligencegroup.com
      >Base in Puerto Rico, We cover island wide and the Caribbean
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