Securing Evidence Needed in Trials with Securus Technologies

One of the most frustrating things about being in law enforcement is seeing criminals walk out of the courts and the jails on technicalities. If the evidence is not rock-solid these days, high-priced lawyers find loopholes and get their suspects out the doors and back on the streets to do what they have been doing all along. My job is finding that evidence and slamming the cell door shut.


What we were dealing with this month was a suspect who was caught red-handed at a crime scene, but due to a technicality, his confession was tossed and he was looking at walking instead of doing several decades in jail. The evidence was hard to come by, and nothing short of the suspect telling the court that he did do it was going to get the conviction we all wanted. This suspect was loving the fact he was able to throw this in our faces, and he took every opportunity to make sure we got that message. He thought he was simply getting under our skin, he had no idea that he was actually lighting a fire that would eventually turn to an inferno.


The jail where I was hoping our suspect would stay has the Securus Technologies inmate call monitoring system installed, and each inmate already knows we are on the lines listening to when they talk. Securus Technologies has 2,500 of these monitoring systems installed in jails around the country, and both CEO Rick Smith and all his 1,000 employees are committed to making this planet that much safer for us all. This was going to be the piece of the puzzle that would help us to close the gap and to really put the heat on our suspect before he was able to slip between the cracks and never be heard of again. For me and my team, it was no personal.


So as this criminal case was winding down, we knew the suspect was going to take the stand, as well as his family. Knowing he was in the home stretch, this suspect either relaxed too much or forgot, but he began coaching his family that were still in jail on what to say at trial. He was pointing out things only the person who committed the crimes would have known, and everything said over the phone was later used to seal his fate and keep him where he belonged.


Bob Reina: The Brain behind Talk Fusion

Bob Reina is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of the renowned Talk Fusion. Talk Fusion is a company that ventures in video marketing and was founded in the year 2007. The firm’s first project was Video Emailing which took the market by surprise. Bob Reina brings to the table over 20 years of rich experience in the field. Under his leadership, Bob has seen the company expand its markets and venture into new territories. Geared by the ideologies of hard work, success, and a passion for bringing change in the lives of others, Bob Reina continues to touch the lives of many around the globe.Learn more :


According to his interview with inspirery, Bob reveals that the idea to start Talk Fusion was as a result of the need to fill a gap that he realized had been there for the longest time. After spending ten years as a policeman, Bob felt that he needed a change to find fulfillment and help others as well. On one day while he was at his duty station, someone opened his eyes into the world of network marketing. After grabbing the opportunity that came his way, Bob faced several challenges before the business became a success.Watch here :


Bob Reina reveals that they make money when their clients do so. He says that he believes in determination and hard work to ensure that the end-result is successful. Mr. Reina says that Talk Fusion did not encounter many challenges as they provided the perfect product for the market.Learn more :


Bob is an all-rounded person and is always ready to offer his advice when needed and especially to IT experts. Bob Reina completed his studies at the University of Florida. Interesting to note, he was top of his class while at the Police Academy. According to his interview with ideamensch, Bob says that a typical day for him starts early in the morning around 5.30 am where he goes through his emails and plans for the day. He says that getting things done early is their culture at work which enables them to be always on toes.


Bob continues to say success is attributed to a person being persistent and having consistency in their undertakings. He reveals that the ability to make online video calls excites him as geographical location is no longer a barrier.



Don Ressler’s Efforts To Drive The Growth Of JustFab

Don Ressler is the co-founder of TechStyle Group, as well as the Co-Chief Executive Officer along with Adam Goldenberg. They co-founded the company in 2010 as an online retail store for fashionable clothing sold at a much more competitive price than other premium brands. Under their leadership, TechStyle Group is now worth more than $1 billion and has a number of brands available.

TechStyle Group started out as JustFab. The change of the name of the company, according to Don Ressler, was because they wanted the name to reflect what the company has become. It is both a technology company and a fashion company which TechStyle Group reflects. They also included Group, according to Ressler, because they have several brand subsidiaries including Fabkids, Fabletics, ShoeDazzle, and the JustFab brand. Don Ressler has said that TechStyle Group is a technology company because they make extensive use of cutting-edge technology in order to match their members to the fashion that appeals to them and extensive use of other market tracking data.

Don Ressler has been an entrepreneur since the 1990’s. He founded his first business,, which was successful enough to be purchased by Intermix Media. After the purchase of his company, he joined Intermix Media as an executive. While at Intermix Media, Don had partnered with Adam Goldenberg on a successful venture at the firm. They got along so well that they decided to become business partners and so founded their first company together, Intelligent Beauty, which is an online cosmetics and personal care products company on

TechStyle Group has had a number of rounds of successful fundraising, led by Don Ressler. The first round of fundraising occurred in 2011 when they raised $33 million from Matrix Partners. Don and Adam’s efforts to gain customers was met with success as they were able to garner six million members at After they announced this achievement, they held a second round of funding which raised $76 million from three venture capitalist firms, Matrix Partners, Crossover Ventures, and Rho Ventures in 2012. The third round of funding was completed by Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg in 2013, achieving another $40 million raised. The fourth round of funding occurred in August 2014 when another $85 million was raised. Don Ressler’s ability to show the value of his company and its future growth has been credited with being a driving force of raising the capital needed to expand TechStyle Group into a market leader.

Omar Yunes’ Role in Making Mexican Franchises International.

The 2015 edition of the Best Franchisee of the World took place in Florence, Italy on December fifth. The annual event, which is meant to promote the growth of franchises in participating countries, hosted over 34 countries from Europe, Asia and America. Some of the most popular countries in attendance were Argentina, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Portugal, Hungary, and France. The event sort to accomplish its purposes by awarding phenomenally performing franchisees for their contribution to the brands that they present. The overall winner was decided to be Omar Yunes.
The 21-year-old, a franchisee of Japanese food chain Sushi Itto, managed to hack all the right points to become the franchisee with the highest index of brand-franchisee interdependence index. His performance for the brand has allowed the entrepreneurs to accumulate 13 franchise units which he owns within Mexico City, Veracruz, and Puebla. The units make up close to ten percent of the total units that the brand enjoys.
Among the parameters determined to determine the eligibility of franchisee for the overall awards and the country chapter awards, the most domineering included;
• Contribution to the development of a franchise
• Parameters established by franchisee to improve the brand network
• Contribution to the generation and implementation of marketing tools for respective franchises and brand
• Changing and improving franchising-franchisee relationships
• Contribution to management and supervisory schemes
• Individual contribution to business made and invoices sent out
The awards seemed to bring out the growth witnessed in Mexican Franchising from a regional affair to an international one. The second placed Mexican franchisee of the year and both of the ambitious Mexican efforts seemed to be deeply appreciated by their respective brands. The winner, Omar, was praised by Benjamin Cancelmo, CEO of Sushi Itto. The first runner’s up, Elizarrarás, was also commended for his outstanding work by his franchise manager, Patricia Campos.
Phenomenal Qualities of Omar Yunes As a Professional Franchisee
The entrepreneurial genius has a mind for identifying a quality brand, and he did at a tender age when he decided to join Sushi Itto and make it a dominant franchise in Mexico. He has been known to be all inclusive in his push for teamwork, innovation, leadership and constant improvement endeavors to make the brand and franchise the greatest of its kind in Mexico.