One of my best days as a PI. Got lots of queries about what a PI does on a DNA case... Interviews! Cases are about storytelling. Put flesh & bones on the real killer— he was at the scene, knew victim, long history of uncontrollable violence. A life of deception. https://t.co/tfqmj1cl6V— John Nardizzi (@AuthorPI) June 1, 2019
⚖️ #wrongfulconvictions pic.twitter.com/qcx56fZtLu— John Nardizzi (@AuthorPI) May 31, 2019
Breaking news Worcester Superior Court - After getting hit on a DNA sample from 1979 murder case, motion for new trial filed today. Evidence excluded client Gary Cifizzari - and matched profile of known felon. Great to be part of the @NEInnocence team!
Check out this dad-daughter Nardizzi byline (which also happens to be a great read)! "When a powerful organization like the NFL fails at the most basic investigative tasks, one wonders whether getting at the truth was ever really the goal." https://t.co/Q3RUEqHFiI via @AuthorPI— Pursuit Magazine (@PursuitMag) January 21, 2019
My interview on Favorite Detective Stories - early days in the PI biz, wrongful convictions, creativity, con men.
"Words are powerful. One word can get you high, and one word can destroy you. Then when I found out that one word can destroy me — that word was prisoner — no accepting prison in my body, no accepting prison in my mind. And I was a free man. I walked inside the prison system as a free man … knowing that one day I gonna be free.
Every time that I go into the church, every time that I go to a school, every time that I go anywhere I go, I walk as a free man. I never accepting the word prisoner in me. Never. Never accepting that. That’s not me. That’s somebody else not me. No, you gonna die in prison. Who gonna die in prison? You? Not me. I’m not going to die in prison, are you crazy?"
Gives me chills; what a way to reprogram your mind. Here is the link to his story.