Tucson Sisters in Crime Program for July 2020
July 18, 2020 1 - 2:30 pm via Zoom
Investigating Without a Badge: Part One of the Series of Three
We’ve all read stories about amateur sleuths stumbling upon a crime, and deciding to investigate, but the bumbling author had the amateur blundering about, attempting to discover whodunit, and only succeeds because implausible, convenient coincidences allow said amateur to follow a trail of clues only a complete fool could miss. Hardly a satisfying read!
Matthew Schwartz, investigator reporter who has won more than 200 awards for reporting and writing, including 4 Emmys and 4 Edward R Murrow Awards. Author of Confessions of an Investigative Reporter, he will talk about investigating all manner of fraud, scams, con artists and criminals during his 44-plus years as a reporter in New York City; Tampa, Florida; Cleveland, Ohio; Richmond, Virginia and Utica, New York before joining KVOA-TV, News 4 Tucson in 2013.
Matthew will share the tools and techniques he has learned; he has promised a tip sheet, as well. Learn how he unraveled complex frauds, corruption and exposed countless criminals, swindlers and other con artists.
Elaine Powers will host the July ZOOM meeting; Elise Stone will publish details in the Tucson Sisters in Crime Newsletter, so check your email for the next edition!
If you are not on the TSinC emailing list and would like to attend this meeting, please respond to email@example.com. Only recognized names will be admitted to the meeting. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the meeting.