Episode #10 - 12/23/19
Melissa Cronin, co-author of “Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales,”
Episode #09 - 10/14/19
Whitney Webb, Investigative Journalist
Episode #08 - 10/07/2019
Martin Dillon author of Robert Maxwell: Israel’s Superspy
Episode #07 - 09/23/2019
Robert Fitrakis, Professor of Political Science and Journalist
Episode #06 - 09/16/19
Michael W. Ford, co-founder of the “Greater Church of Lucifer” and author
Episode #05 - 09/09/19
Episode #04 - 09/02/19
Joachim Hagopian – West Point graduate, former US Army officer, and Psychologist
Joachim Hagopian is a West Point graduate and former US Army officer. He has written a manuscript based on his unique military experience entitled “Don’t Let The Bastards Getcha Down.” It examines and focuses on US international relations, leadership and national security issues. After the military, Joachim earned a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and worked as a licensed therapist in the mental health field with abused youth and adolescents for more than a quarter-century.
Episode #03 - 08/26/19
Conchita Sarnoff – Executive director of Alliance To Rescue Victims of Trafficking
Conchita Sarnoff is executive director of Alliance To Rescue Victims of Trafficking, (www.atrvt.org), a non-for-profit organization based in Washington D.C. ATRVT’s goal is to raise awareness of human trafficking and open the first safe house for victims in D.C. In 2016, Sarnoff published her first book “TrafficKing,” about the growing epidemic of human trafficking while focusing on a U.S. human trafficking case that set legal precedent.
Since 2006, Sarnoff has worked on the public policy arena fighting to end human trafficking. She is a Contributor to The Financial Times, The Latin America Herald Tribune, The Miami Herald, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, ElPolitico.com, Daily Caller and others. Occasionally, she is a Commentator on several TV networks including: NBC, Fox, ABC, Univision, Telemundo, Russia TV, Caracol, and several other TV, radio and online news shows.
Episode #02 - 08/19/19
Russell Petti – former Assistant US Attorney
Russell G. Petti is a former Major in the United States Marine Corps. He served as a Marine aviator, was a designated Weapons and Tactics Instructor, and was awarded an Air Medal (with gold numeral one) arising out of a successful night pursuit of an airborne narcotics smuggler. After leaving active duty, he graduated first in his class at Emory University School of Law, with awards in (among other areas) criminal, constitutional, contract, income tax and business law fields of study. After law school, Mr. Petti worked as an Associate in one of the most prestigious law firms in the country.
Mr. Petti subsequently served as an Assistant United States Attorney with the Central District of California. In that position, he led investigations and conducted prosecutions in a wide range of areas, including narcotics and firearms trafficking, tax evasion, money laundering, violent crimes, and various manners of fraud.
After leaving government service, Mr. Petti became a member of the firm of Bannan, Green, Frank & Terzian LLP. There, he was privileged to represent some of the country’s largest companies, in matters involving ERISA, first-party “bad faith” insurance, general commercial law, municipal liability, and “white collar” criminal law.
At present he is a sole practitioner, largely representing consumers and working people fighting for their rights. He has tried over a dozen cases, including a jury trial lasting over seven months. He has argued over twenty cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and has currently won six reversals in a row before that Court.
Episode #01 - 08/12/19
Sloan Bella, Celebrity Psychic and Childhood Abuse Survivor
Sloan is a published author and TV Personality, who has been working with clients for the past 30 years.
Sloan began her career on the streets of Toronto, Canada, working with missing and exploited children. By the age of seventeen, Sloan was established as a professional Psychic-Medium, while deeply entrenched in the street, music vibe, while reading for everyone from Gregory Hines to Don Adams along with a large clientele which included, street kid’s and run away teenagers, teachers, musicians, businessmen, actors, strippers, Congressmen, housewives, athletes and anyone who needed help. Sloan’s abilities at one point were even sought after by the head of a major crime family.
Sloan’s work with clients and their true testimonial’s were used for re-enactments on the very first several “Psychic Friends Network”, infomercials, from there her life fast forwarded and in 1995 as The NBC series, “The Other Side”, chronologically followed Sloan through her days and nights, watching her work with street kids.