After years of work by the team at Intuit Investigative Resources, the Nassau Medical Examiner will change the cause of death listed for a former Freeport High School football star from suicide to “undetermined”. That agreement was reached in State Supreme Court Monday after a veteran forensic pathologist found the case should be ruled a […]
According to an independent investigation by Intuit Investigative Resources, a medical examiner’s findings may not have been accurate in a 20-year-old’s reported suicide. Now the victim’s mother is going to court to get the ruling overturned.
We have been investigating Johmeik Simmons’ mysterious shooting death pro bono, believing that evidence strongly pointed to a homicide. DNA from the recovered gun came from multiple sources, and swabs taken from one of the teens tested positive for gun residue.
The mother of a young Long Island man who was fatally shot in November 2016 after he stopped by a friend’s house wants the case re-opened by the Nassau County District Attorney.
A year after Tihesha Climer rushed to Nassau County Medical Center to find her son on life support, the mother of 20-year-old Johmeik Simmons is no closer to getting answers as to how he ended up fatally shot in the head at a Freeport, Long Island home last year.
The mother of a severely autistic Bronx boy says she has been stonewalled in her efforts to find out why her 11-year-old non-verbal son came home from a public school with unexplained bruises.
Rafael Laureano Jr. was shot dead by NYPD officers in 2014 when police officers on the scene had asked Rafael to kick open the door to an apartment, according to a copy of the NYPD firearms discharge report dated December 2016, the police claimed that Laureano was killed by the offender, however, Insight case management […]
The family of a lawyer killed at a Long Island beach club in the summer of 2015 is raising questions about why no one has been arrested for his homicide.
Tejpal Singh was wrongly accused in a 1996 drive-by murder in Richmond Hill, NY. Edward Dowd a former NYPD detective and the president of Insight case management conducted a complex investigation, including several trips to India to locate and interview a witness, resulting in the exoneration of Mr Singh. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/tejpal-singh-case-details-1996-drive-by-murder-prove-major-holes-da-prosecution-article-1.954626