I rarely like discussing what my occupation entails. Some describe it as sneaky, wormy, and unethical. I call it investigating—private investigating to be a bit more specific. As a private detective I of course am not affiliated with the police in any way, shape, or form. At times, this is a fact that is not necessarily beneficial. Without the proper channels, it can be a bit of a challenge digging around in someone’s personal affairs. Luckily I have a knack for finding things.
I was on the job one night with a tape recorder all set up inside of my briefcase. The goal of my job that day was to get a taped confession from someone I believed was involved in the abduction of a client’s daughter. I got to the restaurant and saw the man in the back at a corner booth. We sat down and began talking. It was surprisingly easy to get him to talk. When he got up to go to the bathroom I decided to check out the tape recorder to make sure it got everything when my phone got thrown across the room. The man figured out what I was doing and was definitely not happy. Luckily, I was able to call the police even after having my phone tossed. Needless to say, they won’t be seen around for a while.
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