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Clarence Walker

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.

His latest expansion is to News Break.

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]

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Corporations Forcing Consumers and Employees Into Arbitration

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Clarence Walker looks at the new Google changes and shows seven ways they will affect your life.
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Clarence Walker shows how your business blog can attract more readers and convert readers into customers when you regularly publish hot-sizzling content.

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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.

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Entrepreneurs and marketing specialists must not miss out on elevating their businesses to the highest level of success by capitializing on billions of social media users.

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Clarence Walker writes about creating an effective marketing research plan for your business, and the use of the right tools to leverage social media.
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Defining Critical Difference Between Market Research And Marketing Research

Clarence Walker demystifies Market Research And Marketing Research, providing definitions, explanations and examples, so entrepreneurs can build businesses

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Appellate lawyer Gwendolyn Solomon and Just-Cause members say the five black and one white man were victimized by a vicious, biased criminal justice system, riddled with corruption when dealing with minorities.