Brea's crime scene cleanup monopolization by coroner's employees kills free enterprise for victims' families. I'm the only person actively pursuing this government cronyism and greed. Find me a large enough county that's honest and I'll move there to serve its families need for their crime scene cleanup needs. Let the free market do it. Eddie Evans
Crime Scene Cleanup Government Cronyism - My Training and Education (Education Experience) - True life crime scene cleanup adventure story -
If I could find an honest county with a large enough population, I would move there to practice my crime scene cleanup business. Below I wrote a short crime scene cleanup story about how I drove from Brea to the east coast to clean.
On the way I received telephone calls from a number of states in need of blood cleanup work. Time allowed as did my resources; with an understanding wife, I went on a crime scene cleanup adventure.
Our county employees cannot be trusted to refer crime scene cleanup companies to victims' families for blood cleanup. They receive a kickback, money, for families that they send to a crime scene cleanup company. We call this relationship between county employees and private companies "cronyism." This behavior takes place across the United States and most probably most counties. Find me a large enough county that's honest and I'll move there to serve its families in need of professional cleaning. I will repeat this: this crony practice of cheating victims' families is nationwide.
I do not like the word "all,"but that is what it looks like from where I sit. I'll settle for "many," but feel that "all" the larger counties in the United States have corruption in their county death administration process, from the coroner, medical examiner, and public guardians with the work probate courts entrust them.
I cleaned in 24 states across the country chasing work and helping families take remove their death scene. I have been in contact with many biohazard cleanup companies and I watched them go out of business because of crony relationships between government employees and corrupt biohazard cleanup companies.
I ran an Internet crime scene cleanup broker business in my home. I took telephone calls 24/7and referred these callers to companies on my nationwide referral list. By 2005 this business had ended because companies on my referral list went out of business. They experienced cronyism as I did. The only difference between my company and their companies, I was willing to drive extraordinary lengths to stay in business and fight county government employees' cronyism.
Although this may seem like pathological behavior on my part, consider that no one advocates for homicide and suicide victims' families cheated by our government employees. Already victimized, these families become victims as second time, and at the hands of tax paid county and even city employees at times. It's likewise with families experiencing an unattended death and decomposition of a loved one. This city and county white-collar crime narrative goes on at my United States crime scene cleanup web site.
I can very easily get my head blown off by these government and crime scene cleanup cronies, gangsters. There's so much money involved the biohazard cleanup business calls out the worse criminal types to enter the business; it also leads once honorable, dedicated civil servants to join the dark side, loose their moral scruples.
It turns out that county government cronyism helps shape my cleaning skills, abilities, and knowledge. Because of cronyism, remaining in the biohazard business meant learning more to write on the Internet. So I read and wrote about biohazard cleanup, suicide cleanup, unattended death cleanup, and decomposition cleanup. Not only did I write, I created cleaning techniques to create divisions between these subject. Without divisions between types of biohazard cleanup, there's not that much nonfiction to write.
Not only reading and writing skills became important to fighting this weirdo type of incipient friendly fascism, even my driving skills became critical. Because I trained with Trailways bus systems as a young man for interstate "operating," I probably survived when I might not have managed the long drives. The simple Smith System of defensive driving remained ingrained in my mind; I use it routinely and credit this system with my many years of safe driving.
I hit one deer at 3:00 a.m. just north of Ely, Nevada returning from a double suicide cleanup in a casino hotel room. The doe took off my front bumper and took off one of her hips and leg. Had I not slowed down and followed the state speed law, no faster than safe, she would easily have crashed through my windshield. The Smith System allowed for my ability to look far ahead and leave myself an out. She appeared from a tree line several feet from the road.
My point, but for cronyism, I would not have needed to drive to northern Nevada to stay in business.
More, I'm the only person actively pursuing this county government cronyism and greed. Just remember, government cronyism bounces around Washington D.C. and the Pentagon through corporate lobbyists. Then there's the cronyism between Washington D.C. and Wall street.
My fight against county cronyism in biohazard cleanup hardly measures up to my one year in Vietnam with the 173rd Airborne Infantry. There it was communism. Here, it's government cronyism, corruption. I say, "What is life about if not making the life prospects of future generations better?".Besides, fighting for free enterprise in my own country is necessary; fighting tiny, illiterate people because their dominoes were falling wasn't necessary. (return)
I am down to about 700 web sites and should be down to about 300 to 400 in two years or so. Of course I use these for advertising my other businesses, like filthy house cleanup (feces cleanup), homicide cleanup, suicide cleanup, and unattended death cleanup. Within five years I won't rank very well on the Internet for biohazard cleanup.
Because of my biohazard cleanup broker business I owned over 2000 web sites; excuse the redundancy. They covered most of the United States with the exception of Hawaii and Alaska. I learned early on that Mississippi, South Dakota, North Dakota, and a couple other states I do not currently remember were closed to free enterprise in biohazard cleanup. The northwest remained silent to Internet marketing.
I learned this because I did not receive calls from these states even though I ranked very well on the Internet. In those days we did not have pay per click as we do today. I'm an organic web site maker and write content. I understand what it takes to rank well.
Keep in mind that in the early days, having one of the first three web sites on a Yahoo! page meant receiving phone calls. Still, number one was number one; nothing replaces number one. I was number one in Brea because I had 2000 web sites without too much trouble. Their power was in their ability to leverage each one for the benefit of others. I will not waste your time by talking further about web site optimization at this point because it grows more obsolete as pay-per-click replaces blood cleanup web sites for marketing.
Besides, my biohazard cleanup sites do nothing for my Brea Crime Scene Cleanup business at this point. even if I do use pay-per-click. With Brea County coroners employs or medical examiner employees in control of biohazard cleanup, I do not have a chance.
I remain in business only because I have my web sites for other businesses. Mostly it all comes down to blood cleanup for pay. Blood cleanup follows a systematic approach to cleaning and sanitizing. Here's a Brea tree trimming web site. Brea blood cleanup accounts for about one-third of my biohazard cleanup work.
I have 14 years traumatic loss blood cleanup experience. During this time I owned my own business and did my own biohazard cleanup work -- biohazard cleanup. I have cleaned in 24 states, most of which I visited before 2006. In those days coroner (medical examiners) offices had not climbed aboard the biohazard cleanup monopoly over blood cleanup. Orange County, Brea destroyed free enterprise in biohazard cleanup well before 2005.
With my wide experience I cleaned in desert environments without benefit of electricity or running water in 115 degree heat. I've cleaned in freezing weather more than once. In one day I cleaned 1 homicide, flew to another state, and cleaned 2 unattended deaths for one management company's apartment building. Thanks to airlines and rental trucks my work in other states lead to a monumental amount of experience in blood cleanup. The sanitary sewer system also proved its worth.
Meanwhile, I quickly developed proprietary methods for biohazard cleanup.
Form the language arts classroom after 10 years teaching in Brea, I retired and went into business as a professional cleaner. It happened that my skills with computers and word processors, which I used to write lessons, became handy for Internet marketing. Then my experience on the Internet biohazard cleanup work lead to exposing nationwide county government cronyism in biohazard cleanup. (return)
Training and Education
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- I earned my AA BA, and MS before becoming a professional cleaner.
My Brea crime scene cleanup school (http://www.crime-scene-cleanup-school.com/) web site began in ernest. Then I realized the degree of fraud in Brea County governments. If you can prove otherwise for Brea County, good; I'll move there soon.
The use of crony companies for self-enrichment by county coroner employees ended my school idea. My San Diego County feces cleanup pages offer similar information. I live in Brea and do clean in my home city or Orange County. The coroner's employees have a monopoly over my business. Free enterprise dos not exist in Orange County for biohazard cleanup.
Eddie Evans, biohazard cleanup
copyright 2003 eddie evans