Find crime scene cleanup information alerting families to coroner employee fraud on this coroner fraud web site. A fraction of sheriff, coroner (especially), public guardian, and fire fighter (very small fraction) employees control blood cleanup for profit in the classical sense of a monopoly. Eddie Evans is your consumer advocate.
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|Wonderful news, I've just added crime scene cleanup gangs to the fight against coroner fraud and coroner nepotism. Following the sociology of gang development, we now have a working structure to unravel. Tax payers and families of victims rejoice.|
New Sheriff Fraud Banner!- Sheriff-Coroner employees steal murder victims' money. They send victims' families to corrupt blood cleanup companies. Sheriff's employees may own these blood cleanup companies. Sheriffs' employees may receive a finder's fee for sending murder victims' families. Corrupt sheriffs' employees are tiny in number, but mighty like blood sucking leaches. They feed on blood cleanup money belonging to murder victims' families.
This crime scene cleanup web site seeks to explain crime cleanup in broader terms than found elsewhere. It seeks justice from perpetrators, crony free government, and a scientific approach tobiohazard cleanup. Biohazard cleanup entails wet blood, moist blood, and dry flaky blood removal following homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, and other blood cleanup tasks. I charge less than $999.00 for single incident homicides, suicides, unattended deaths with decomposition; I've cleaned after traumatic blood loss for over 12 years. Eddie Evans
New: Guns --The Murdoc Heat - Viruses - Blood Cleanup Exposure - Sterilization and Decontamination - Mass Murder Notes - Don't date or marry an abusive person.- Murder - Preventing Suicide - Talking about crime scene cleanup viruses - The Word Virus - Biohazards in Biohazard Cleanup - Thoughts on Death Cleanup
California residents pay $999.00 and down for most homicide, suicide, and unattended deaths with decomposition cleanup. Price and work guaranteed in writing before work begins; you receive a not to exceed price. Licensed, bonded, insured with over 12 years experience in traumatic blood cleanup. This price applies to California. Never pay more than $2,000 for a crime scene cleanup.
$999.00 and down for most homicide, suicide, and unattended deaths with decomposition cleanup. Price and work guaranteed in writing before work begins; you receive a not to exceed price. Licensed, bonded, insured with over 12 years experience in traumatic blood cleanup.
Crime Scene Cleanup Narrative
Here's something I'm doing to help protect America's victims of local government cronyism. Your family could be their next victim.
Does your county help to stop county cronyism and nepotism? Orange County, California's does not. You pay enough in taxes, and then you pay more because of county cronyism.Mass Murder Notes
Here I've written about mass murders in the United States. No special attention to statistical figures were used to decide which of these horrific events would grace this crime scene cleanup page. Like so many others, all outside of the crime scene cleanup writer's field, I define the intentional killing of four or more human beings within short period of time. Below I've noted some of the more newsworthy events for their day in states and major cities.
Following mass murderers in the Atlanta area, in 1979 and onward, many investigators began to believe that revenge became an important element in mass murderers. Recent news about 20 child murders in a school brings to mind the summer of 1979 through the spring of 1981. During this time Georgia residents suffered 28 African-American children murders in their midst. A Wayne Williams became the most thought about suspect.
Williams, convicted of two murders, never offered information about the other deaths. We know historically the crime scene cleanup cannot exist in these days.We should expect as much. A James Christianson in August, 2011, shot 32 people in an apartment complex. Of the shot victims, 16 died from their wounds in this South Austin, Texas mass murder. Christianson served as the Hollow Oaks Apartments's leasing officer.
On September 28, 2010, in Boston, four out of five wounded succumbed to the gunshot wounds. - chicago - cleveland - dallas - denver - detroit - houston - inland empire - kansas city - las vegas - los angeles - minneapolis - nashville - new york - orange county - philadelphia - phoenix - portland - raleigh - sacramento - san diego - seattle - san francisco - saint louis - tampa bay - washington dc - alabama - arizona - arkansas - california - In Denver, Colorado, while watching the most recent batman movie, "The Dark Knight," 12 people were murdered in a movie theater.
A crime scene cleanup followed in an aggressive, methodical cleaning. Chairs were removed to scrub the floor while vacuuming up the debris. I could've done this crime scene cleanup job for less than $6000 dollars. Connecticut residents were in mourning as they buried twenty second grade students this last week. The crime scene cleanup costs will probably go way beyond reason; perhaps the NRA would like to pick up the bill to help spin this story in another direction. For sure, the crime scene cleanup industry owes the NRA some sort of recognition.
A serous crime scene cleanup activity followed a Delaware mass murder. A District of Columbia mass murder in a 6th street, two story home had four girls killed by their mother, a crack addict. She cut their throats, starting with the 15 year old and working her way down to the 4 year old. To date, this gave me my greatest crime scene cleanup challenge.
I took out the floor in the second floor's bedroom. Because of the victim's fluid on fat loss a recovery of the floor did not make sense. It took seven days, about five hours per day. Part of a wall came out too. As crime scene cleanup goes, calls came to my crime scene cleanup number before this job in Washington DC, but stopped afterwards. I figured that the area's coroner employees got hip to the bucks in crime scene cleanup work
Like Washington DC, and elsewhere in the United States, Florida callers to my telephone remained fairly consistent until after 2005. Then the calls slowed and have more-or-less stopped. So I stopped actively Internet marketing in Miami and other areas of that election fraud plagued state. georgia -
Talking about crime scene cleanup viruses --
Carl Zimmerman's A Planet of Viruses --
Here's an anthology important to those of us in the crime scene cleanup field. Many times conversations among crime scene cleaners turn to the world of human immune deficiency (HIV) and Hepatitis C. Zimmerman's articles bring new and entertaining light to these important conversations. We find microorganisms competing and cooperating in an invisible world. Laid bare by scientific method and the world of empirical research. We learn about a little known strand of DNA referred to as virus:
"Where we inherited the world of the Roman Empire, where it meant at once, the venom of the snake or the seman of a man. Creation and destruction in one world."
Zimmer, Carl (2011-04-15). A Planet of Viruses (Kindle Location 105). University Of Chicago Press. Kindle Edition.
Now you and I may learn about this little known strand of DNA. Thanks to his effort Carl helps readers understand how viruses thrive in a weird and terrible neither land within and without our own bodies. Like bacteria's 10 to 1 ratio over our human cells, viruses exist in ratios over 1,000,0000 to 1 ratios within each of us. Outside these staggering population numbers give testimony to the meaning to our virus shaping existence. We would have no existence without them.
We begin our learning curve journey with "a contagious living fluid. " We learn about the tobacco mosaic virus and following discoveries.` Scientific method first applied to this virus unveils its tiny structure and power to alter life among plants; most important, a method proving the existence of fluid borne pathogens comes to light for the first time, ever. Empiricism, study to practice, gives direction to theory in the discovery of the tobacco mosaic virus. Surly this one experimental approach to discovery will excite crime scene cleaners indefinitely.
From its beginning Zimmerman tells us about miners in the mountains of Mexico, Sierra de Naica. In a cave found 1,000 feet down, a chamber 30 feet wide and 90 feet long etched from volcanic action enshrined translucent, Gipson crystals. Some coming in at over 55 tons. A staggering 36 feet long these monoliths drew attention to nature's wonders and a closed environment for 26 million years. From the University of Granada Manual Garcis Ruelas soon arrived as news spread of this geographical wonder that now sheds light on a crime scene cleanup mystery, the virus.
A few scientists and travel to this extraordinary cave. Call the cave of crystals a geologist by the name a Manual Garcia Ruelas from the University of Grenada made his way to see the crystals. Ruelas found that these crystals were formed in subterranean chambers. Each shaped from volcanic magna heated water to 136°. Seemingly miraculous, this ideal temperature for minerals to settle in water remained consistent as create crystals formed. Staying at a perfect temperature for hundreds of thousands of years gives us an idea of nature's constancy and power to engage shape shifting over eons. Should we doubt the power of HIV and Hepatitis C to shape shift ever again? Blood cleanup will never be the same.
From British Columbia University Curtis arrived for more investigation. He and his coworkers took samples of the cave's water. Back at their headquarters analysis found a surprise trillions of viruses thrived in this seemingly barren enclosed world within a lifeless environment. Never open to the world of our Sun or any life whatsoever, viruses altered their shapes over millions of years. Curtis found loads of protein shells. Each shell housed its own world of virus's. Each drop of cave water probably held some 200,000,000 viruses. Is this important news for crime scene cleanup talk? You bet it is. Now we've got proof of virus mobility and shape shifting, genetic variability as well as adapt ion.
So what we learned from this demonstration is what scientists now find everywhere on our planet. Viruses exist just about everywhere and they've been around for a very long time. Then Dana Welder of New York found that people carry viruses in their lungs whether or not they're sick or healthy. Each person probably has at least 104 species of virus. Each person probably has incredible virus diversity in their own windy caverns within our lungs.
Each person's virus ecology offers its own unique connection to the whole; the whole person and the virus ecology of each person connects. Their external world and vice versa trade virus populations every day. Amazingly, only about 10% of these viruses share a common identity with known viruses. This means that each of us has a 90 % unique virus population. Then consider similar virus populations in the many plants and animals on our plantlet. In some sense we might see each person's lungs have a parallel to the cave crystals viruses, unique in a vast universe of possibilities. Shall crime scene cleanup students take heed of these amazing numbers during blood cleanup?
We must remember that not until the 19th century did humanity empirically (by feeling, seeing, touching, smelling, or hearing) did we find that a connection microorganism existed, in fact. Not by witchcraft, not by evil spirits or demons, but by microorganisms. We suspected their existence, but did not prove their existence empirically until Adolph Meyer arrived on the scene of plant pathogens -- diseases. He made an empirical connection between diseases connected to tobacco plants the existence of tiny pathogens, bacteria. In the Netherlands a disease destroyed tobacco plant leaves. Farms were abandoned. It turns out Meyer's Dutch farm became his research laboratory. He studied the the "tobacco mosaic disease."
As a good scientist he studied the environment in which his plants grew. He studied the temperature, soil, and sunlight. Feel, touch, and see stuff. We know from crime scene cleanup that environment and source material must be studied, or death and blood cleanup odors remain. So even in crime scene cleanup we look to people like Meyer for inspiration. His empirical variables tell us to look at our environmental variables like temperature, time down, and surrounding environment, empirical stuff. In the beginning of his research Meyer could find nothing that told him to connect healthy and sick plants. He thought that maybe an invisible intruder caused the diseases, but found no worms or fungus intruding on or in his plants.
Meyer then thought to remove sap from his sick plants. He injected the sap into healthy tobacco plants. The healthy plants turned sick. From the these he surmised, deducted, that a microscopic disease multiplied inside healthy plants. He duplicated these findings in more tests. So now he kept some statistics, numbers, numerical variables of empirical variables. He created number charts for each plant. He got the same results. This scientific method paid off. He grew visible colonies of the invading bacteria and could see their presence as they reached a critical mass, a visible mass.
We must recall that the famous Gregor Mendel used a similar scientific method when proving the existence of genetic change in pea plants. He created empirical results from finding different shapes in pea plants. By each generation he learned to change pea characteristics. He used visible, empirical, observable changes. He made deductions about plants because of tiny, invisible genes (I call genes "tiny biological machines."). He explained why every living thing (and viruses too) change over generations. He is known as the father of genetics because of his findings.
Now remember that the electron microscope did not exist until the 1940s. Meyer, Mendel, and others had to apply what they hypothesized (applied deductive inductive logic). Meyer learned about bacteria in plants by what he could see, which expected. He took a growing sample of bacteria from a petree dish and applied it to the leaves of the tobacco mosaic plants. He stopped his research when it did not create disease in healthy plants. Not all was lost.
The Dutch scientist Martinez Benedict followed Myers' lead. The two thought about bacteria as the cause of the tobacco mosaic disease. But Martinez thought something smaller must be at work beside the bacteria. He believed that by grinding out the disease plants and passing their fluid through a fine filter would block out the sick plant cells and bacteria. He believed and hypothesized that when he injected the clear fluid into the healthy plants they become sick. They did. This young scientist would find that the sap fluid from the sick plants could cause disease in healthy plants. He called this fluid a "contagious living fluid" because it was more descriptive than other terms and phrases. Biologist never found anything like this contagious living fluid, ever. Besides so tiny and able to create terrible damage, this contagious living fluid was also very tough, like a crime scene cleaner.
Alcohol could not destroy this fluid's disease creating power. Now we know that the virus does not belong to families of plants, animals, or bacteria. It does not live, but it repopulates with the help of living cells in plants, animals, and bacteria. Beware crime scene cleaners!
The 19th century science had reached its limits for microbiology. In time the electron microscope would reveal the universe of viruses. Our 19th century's science has a great history as well as great philosophy with or without technologies like the microscope. I will write more on these ideas and the virus world soon.
Nothing moves us quite like the death of another human being. Accompanied by a horrific scene to clean, death's sight and odor bring most human activities to a quick and certain stop. The thought of bloodborn pathogens add to each scene's dramatic power to capture the moment.
We clean around the clock to free others from these scenes and the duress created by the lingering affects of violent or unattended deaths.
We remove the source. We clean the death site itself and surrounding areas, and then we clean again. We usually clean the sight itself three times. Sometimes surrounding areas are cleaned as many times.
We remove the source for disposal arrangements with certified bio-waste transporters. In turn, our contact sends the source to Stericycle where appropriate destruction measure are taken.
Remaining waste issues are discussed before-hand, before we begin our cleaning. Beds, including bed frames, mattresses, box springs, pillows, sheets, blankets, carpet, carpet padding, clothing, light fixtures, curtains, window shades, electronics, and furnishings in general.
Our preference is to leave these items for others to remove; however, we will do so if asked and if our costs are covered. Our preference is to leave inventory of personal property to others; we rarely inventory. We do set aside valuables, such as jewelry, money, cameras, pictures, notebooks, and other important valuables.
How do you know that we will not steal from the death scene?
You do not. The only way to ensure security in this area is to have a "responsible party" on-hand during the cleanup.
You may also consider that "time is money" to us and we do not take time to go through personal property, unless specifically asked to do so. You may also consider that our business is cleaning death scenes and that our reputation is our most important asset. Last, there simply is nothing that we can take from the deceased and their family which would somehow, significantly, improve our lot in life.
If you paid money for a crime scene cleanup school, I am sorry for you. You may want to try house painting.
We find that diversifying our occupational skills and becoming compliant with the one percent's drive to send us back to feudalism increases our need for occupational diversity. I've added this house painting page in anticipation of greater economic exploitation by the one percent.
Monopolization of our United States economy and the monopolization of crime scene cleanup by county employees could not be more strikingly similar. Fewer and fewer corporations come under the power of the one percent. Likewise, fewer and fewer independent crime scene cleanup companies remain in existence as county employees tighten their grip. For those of us independent, free enterprise companies (both of us), we must diversifying.
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In the crime scene cleanup business we relegate many of our biological questions to the Center for Disease Control and bloodborne pathogen universal protocols (rules). Here I list those elements found in blood giving it a designation of biohazard in the blood cleanup business.
To answer the questions, "How do biohazards exist in the crime scene cleanup business?", a few short lines will do. Human blood that is wet, moist, or dry and flaky is biohazardous. According to the Centers for Disease Control, human blood receives universal precautions in these states.
Conceivably, blood as wet, moist, or dry and flaky may somehow, one time, pose a threat to someone somewhere. Perhaps a mutation will occr placing billions of people at risk.
Moist blood may also cause inoculation of bloodborne pathogens through a direct or accidental inoculation.
Flake blood exists as a biohazard because its potential to become an airborne biohazard; I've yet to hear of anyone injured in this manner, but the Center for Disease Control (CDC) does caution against flake blood. Possible inoculation by eye contact becomes a hazard.
In general, if bloodborne pathogens create as great a risk as some crime scene cleanup schools and company owners claim, crime scene cleaners deserve over $200 per hour. Do company owners pay wages equal to their employees' risks? Not if we believe company owners' claims about biohazards.
Also, anytime a compressible object releases wet or moist blood we classify it as a biohazardous object. Objects of this nature ought to receive a strong solution of bleach and water to counteract germs. Denaturing blood becomes the utmost in importance, then.
Crime scene cleanup means cleaning up biohazardous conditions. A violent homicide or violent suicide often leaves too much for families and businesses to remove. Unattended deaths with decomposition cleanup issues may also require a professional crime scene cleanup practitioner.
Now we know that "cleaning" for a crime scene cleaner includes janitorial skills and abilities. It may also includes skill and abilities used in construction trades, water damage and restoration, and carpet cleaning. Other trade's skill enter a crime scene cleanup too. It's a matter of a crime scene cleaning company's knowledge base and policies.
State, county and city ordinances come into play during a city's crime scene cleanup needs. A city may allow demolition work by crime scene cleanup companies. A county may not. More, a state may have license requirements for some aspects ofcrime scene cleanup. Among the most common questions to arise, "can a crime scene cleaner cut a floor?". If so, how much, how deep, and may the same company replace the cut floor? Usually, any type of structural alteration to a building comes under a building construction code.
So some states have stiff regulations in these matters, like California. California requires that a person have a construction license to alter a building's floor. A simple floor contractor's license will not do.
Cleaning means more than cleaning as usually understood. for crime scene cleanup means something different than we expect on first hearing of this term.
Here we find serious ideas to consider that may help to explain civil servant corruption: 1. evil demons, 2. poor education, 3. victims' homeowners insurance. Correct, #3. And to help ensure their complete monopoly over homicide, suicide, unattended death, and decomposition cleanup money, they must do more. They must accept lower paying crime scene cleanup work to edge out the free enterprise, independent companies. In this they have almost succeeded in total. We find, then, that a tiny number of our civil servants succeeded in turning government agencies into cash cows. These agencies become self-serving quickly when a money tree grows in their midst; employees now serve Mammon and their agency rather than the public they hired on to serve.
Orange County, California government employees keep independent crime scene cleanup companies out of Orange County. How do they do this? It's simple. They do not let families shop for blood cleanup services. Government employees simply direct families to corrupt companies. It's easy money. Families have no way to know otherwise.
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