The face of a missing 14-year-old girl will be displayed on a semi-trailer that will travel across Washington state, hopefully eliciting new clues about how Misty Copsey vanished.
Victims of hit and run automobile accidents can find comfort that https://www.collision-advisors.com/ has launched to help them find medical care and representation. The insurance industry is designed to reduce the injured passenger’s claims as much as possible while ensuring they maximize their bottom line and quarterly profits. Insurance companies are reluctant to payout even when you are covered for accidents such as hit and runs. To better help support this non-profit, Specialized is offering a flat rate investigation fee to attempt to identify the offending vehicle, or connect you with representation to make sure you receive the treatment you deserve without paying all the costs.
A number of questionable individuals and attorneys were investigated by Specialized. In additional to sorting through the false names and layers of corporate shells, custom software was developed in C# to map the targets to corporate entities – due to the volume of corporate shells and the time period spanning several decades this was an enormous task. Additionally, the fraud-ring’s scheme to entrap individuals, take over start-ups and use the companies to launder unregistered securities, Specialized developed custom software.
The above software generated specific details of individuals, corporations, attorneys and volume of unregistered securities and the money they generated in pump and dump schemes. This information was provided to attorneys and law enforcement and resulted in a Qui Tam lawsuit filing, a RICO civil lawsuit, a SEC lawsuit and criminal charges in Southern District of New York.
In addition to collating evidence, the individuals needed to be tracked down and served. This was a feat within itself. Specialized was up to the challenge.
Specialized Corporate Investigator’s forensic computer analyst open sources an extensive Mac OS X Artifact Parsing Kit which allows for deep forensics on Apple Mac OS operating systems for the modern era. Everything from accessing the system passwords, to every print made from the system to all Messages, and Spotlight searches. Like we say at Specialized, “its almost offensive what data is left behind on everyday devices.”
Litigation is all about leverage. In 2018, a crooked attorney representing a party in a divorce illegally accessed the other parties computer. We were hired to complete a forensic analysis of the computer and identify the attorney, his staff and other individuals who had tampered with the computer in order to turn around the litigation and support the claims of Computer Fraud and Abuse.
While not explicitly enabled on the client’s phone, we developed software which accessed client’s online and device accounts and extracted GPS data from Maps, MileIQ, Facebook, Google, and other applications including cell tower communication logs, and plotted over time location maps used to cross reference allegations from two women claiming our client was stalking them. The data including phone logs proved that the women were in fact the aggressors by fabricating the stalking allegations and phone logs showed they called our client over 10 time for every 1 call. The protective order was dismissed and the two women were discredited, along with a priest, and four other adults.
A client in 2013 sought to serve a con-artist Canadian woman who operated under many pseudonyms, virtually making it impossible to local and server in a federal lawsuit for Racketeering. Specialized Corporate Investigations methodically search the background of all known associates and located vehicle registered to the con-woman but operated by her daughter. Her daughter had accidentally received a moving violation ticket which further revealed an address where the registration of the vehicle was mailed. A valid address to serve. We pride ourselves in finding and locating and ultimately bringing to justice those that believe they are above the law.