Money Laundering Costs Businesses Billions of Dollars a year
By Dhina Clement, Marketing –
A Virginia couple was found guilty of attacking elderly people in their home and is facing 25 to 30 years of prison. According to the FBI, this couple attacked elderly people from age 70 to 90 all through the summer of 2018. They would break into these homes, punch, hit, and tie up their victims while ransacking their house taking their prized positions. Some victims were even held at gunpoint, leaving them traumatized. Thanks to a tipster, the couple was reported as robbers. Then the pawnshop employees confirmed stolen items by the couple. The FBI finally arrested them in July 2019 with the help of local officers.
Unfortunately, crimes like this cannot always be prevented. However, the authorities can use the new technology of EyeDetect® to send a message to criminals. EyeDetect which was introduced in 2014, is similar to polygraph in accuracy. However, EyeDetect because it’s faster, cheaper, noninvasive, and it eliminates examiner bias. It can easily be implemented in the process of investigation to obtain a confession from the criminals, which can eliminate the need for extensive investigations. EyeDetect is currently used by more than 500 customers in 43 countries, including 50 U.S. state and local law enforcement agencies, so there is no doubt that it would benefit the FBI also.
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