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Clarence Walker


As an analyst and researcher for the PI industry and a business consultant, Clarence Walker is a veteran writer, crime reporter and investigative journalist. He began his writing career with New York-based True Crime Magazines in Houston Texas in 1983, publishing more than 300 feature stories. He wrote for the Houston Chronicle (This Week Neighborhood News and Op-Eds) including freelancing for Houston Forward Times.

Working as a paralegal for a reputable law firm, he wrote for National Law Journal, a publication devoted to legal issues and major court decisions. As a journalist writing for internet publishers, Walker’s work can be found at American Mafia.com, Gangster Inc., Drug War Chronicle, Drug War101 and Alternet.

Six of Walker’s crime articles were re-published into a paperback series published by Pinnacle Books. One book titled: Crimes Of The Rich And Famous, edited by Rose Mandelsburg, garnered considerable favorable ratings. Gale Publisher also re-published a story into its paperback series that he wrote about the Mob: Is the Mafia Still a Force in America?

Meanwhile this dedicated journalist wrote criminal justice issues and crime pieces for John Walsh’s America’s Most Wanted Crime Magazine, a companion to Walsh blockbuster AMW show. If not working PI cases and providing business intelligence to business owners, Walker operates a writing service for clients, then serves as a crime historian guest for the Houston-based Channel 11TV show called the “Cold Case Murder Series” hosted by reporter Jeff McShan.

At NewsBlaze, Clarence Walker expands his writing abilities to include politics, human interest and world events.

Clarence Walker can be reached at: [email protected]

Are Tax Refunds At Risk By New Obamacare Law?

Taxpayers received Obamacare subsidies based on estimated income for 2014. Clarence Walker investigates what this means for your expected tax refund.

Las Vegas Gangsters: How Illiterate Texas Outlaw Ruled Las Vegas Gambling

Binion's poker games became a big hit when he and close friends played a few rounds in 1970. A shrewd money maker, Binion figured out that poker games could make money at his Horseshoe Casino in Vegas.

Helpful Tips When Filing Credit Report Disputes

What consumers are unaware of is the fact that if they recently obtained a credit report online from (one) of the three major credit bureaus, you probably overlooked the arbitration terms located near or at the bottom of the bureau's Web page.

Legal Writing Tips for Attorneys to Attract Clients

Clarence Walker writes about how lawyers can write to show their expertise and showcase their skills to prospective clients and partners.

Basic Techniques to Boost E-Commerce Sales in 2015

How does a small time ecommerce player compete with the world? Here are a few examples illustrating basic techniques on how to make your website or blog attractive enough to get more traffic to boost sales at your ecommerce store.

Simple Tips To Make Your Site ‘Shine’ in Google

Why this happening they want to know? Or in a frustrated tone, they may say: 'Why my company name doesn't show up as the number# one result when (myself) or employers, google my company's name?'

Important Tips You Should Know About Hard Money Loans

Hard Money Lenders make all kinds of loans, particularly high on the list are property loans, commercial business loans , loans to investors seeking to purchase and flip houses and businesses, with sufficient equity.

Marketing Tips 101: How Content Marketing Benefit Small Businesses

Clarence Walker says small businesses can use content marketing to increase their engagement with customers, helped out by social media.

Better Watch Out for Zero Interest Credit Cards

Clarence Walker looks at the tantalizing offers on long-term zero interest rate credit cards that sound so enticing, but there is a catch.

Supreme Court Hands Down Privacy Victory For Millions Of Cellphone Users:...

Supreme Court irony: criminal case rulings force the Supreme Court to protect American cellphone privacy, when Edward Snowden's massive revelations did not.

Keyword Research: Google’s Top 500 Words

Clarence Walker talks about the Top 500 words that people have been typing into Google's search engine, looking for information to find the information they want, over the past six months.

U.S. Constitutional Law Protects Donald Sterling’s Racist Views

Clarence Walker says Free Speech and bigotry are protected by the U.S. Constitution, that we must beware the thought police that prevent people from speaking

New Study Reveals Most Criminals Return to Prison Within Three Years

African-Americans had the highest recidivism rate (81%) within five years of release, compared with 75% for Hispanics and 73% for whites.

Credit Score Deception: Why Do Consumer Credit Scores Differ From Lender...

Clarence Walker investigates credit scores, finds the credit score you pay for may not be what your lenders use to make a credit decision on you.

Frame-Up: Innocent Suspects Framed By Police in Drug-Plant Scheme Awarded $3.5...

Investigative reporter Clarence Walker says our criminal justice system hinges on the honesty of law enforcement officers. When officers lie to obtain a conviction, they shatter people's lives.

New Apple System Determines One’s Location With Great Precision

Apple advocates this as a consumer benefit for shoppers. Discount coupons will simply pop up on your smart phone at relevant points as you walk around a store or mall.

Corporations Forcing Consumers and Employees Into Arbitration

Arbitration can be a fair and effective dispute resolution when both parties agree to handle matters this reasonable way.

How Much Will Google’s New Algorithms Change the Web in 2014

Clarence Walker looks at the new Google changes and shows seven ways they will affect your life.

Convert Readers Into Customers With Hot-Sizzling Content For Your Business Blog

Clarence Walker shows how your business blog can attract more readers and convert readers into customers when you regularly publish hot-sizzling content.

Mexican National Acquitted in Officer Murder Faces Retrial On Related Drug...

The case of Mexican National Roberto Romain, acquitted in Utah State Fourth District Court in the 2010 murder of Millard County Deputy Sheriff Josie Greathouse Fox gets complicated.