Shown in the raw video below, a crime that took place two years ago in Mexico received much attention — including this New York Daily News piece — during the days that followed. Little attention, however, has been given to a crime-fighting tool that’s been used to capture hundreds of Mexican criminals and is currently being used by more than 1,800 local and state law enforcement agencies in the United States.
According to a source of mine, whose name I cannot divulge due to security concerns, corrupt Mexican law enforcement officers like those shown in the video above have routinely passed the very polygraph exams purportedly intended to root them out. He knows, because he has worked closely with Mexican law enforcement agencies for more than a decade.
Who is this source of so much knowledge about crime in Mexico? He is, perhaps, the most-unique individual with whom I spoke while conducting four years of research for my second nonfiction book, The Clapper Memo.
During almost a decade, he used a unique non-polygraph technology in a covert manner to help Mexican authorities solve approximately 300 kidnapping cases that resulted in almost 450 “bad guys” being sent to prison, usually for 28 years each per Mexican law.
Want to learn more about the technology he uses? About the technology being used across the nation? Details appear in my second nonfiction book, The Clapper Memo.by