Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Letter shared with me by another victim of Diop Kamau and the PCC that was received from Ricardo West (who was not connected with my own case as far as I know).
This letter, written on PCC letterhead, appears to be a generic one sent to multiple victims. Note that the date on the computer file causes the date on the letter to change to the current date each time the file is opened (so the date printed is NOT the date it is sent but rather the most recent date it was viewed).
I'm posting it because I believe other victims will recognize it, because it contains important payment information and an investigator that are different from what I've posted from my case, and also because of the comment printed at the bottom of the page.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Copy of a portion of the complaint I filed with the Florida OAG in 2007.
I obtained this from another victim of Kamau who filed an open records request and shared this with me. As far as I know, the FL OAG never did anything about this.
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Copy of my complaint against Kamau and the PCC filed with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This copy was obtained by another person victimized by Kamau with an open records request and shared with me. (They received lots of these!)
Monday, January 4, 2010
Saturday, January 2, 2010
Webposting by unknown person, possibly from Kansas City, concerning Greg Slate and the Police Complaint Center. Note that this was posted on 1/9/2008.
I do have some important additional information regarding Greg Slate and the PCC. Another person victimized by Slate and Kamau was kind enough to share copies of correspondence they received from Mike Matthews with the Florida agency that licenses private investigators there. The following excerpts contain public information that can be verified by calling 850-245-5459:
"Mr. Kamau's agency was charged with employing an unlicensed private investigator, Greg Slate, and using a name not approved by the state, The Police Complaint Center. Slate was terminated from this agency sometime back in Dec. of 2007 and his exact whereabouts are not known at this time. We may take action against him once we locate him."
"...Diop Kamau and his agency licensed in Florida as The Center One were charged with employing an unlicensed private investigator (Greg Slate) and conducting or advertising business [sic] under a fictitious name (Police Complaint Center) without prior approval of the Department and the filing of a certificate under Section 865.09 Florida Statutes. A compliance letter was issued and the charges sustained."