QVerity partner and resident safety and security expert Bill Stanton showed the U.K.'s Daily Mail a few tips on how to survive an attack by a vicious dog. You can read the article and watch a video clip here.
When U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch made her appearance this week on Fox News Sunday, she was asked about the government’s decision to put Orlando nightclub killer Omar Mateen on a terrorist watch list in 2013, only to remove him from the list the following year. The deceptive behavior exhibited in her response has led us to conclude that despite her assurances to the contrary, Lynch sees this matter as one that needs to be held as close to the vest as possible. Read our analysis on LawNewz.com.
Bill Stanton, QVerity's security expert and author of the book, "The Anti-Terror Checklist", was a guest on WPIX TV in New York, where he offered his tips on how to survive a terror attack. You can watch the clip here.
In the wake of the tragic nightclub shooting in Orlando, QVerity founding partner Bill Stanton appeared on "Inside Edition" to demonstrate what to do if you ever find yourself in such an unthinkable situation. You can watch the full segment here.
In an enlightening and entertaining interview with Peter Tilden on KABC radio in Los Angeles, QVerity's Michael Floyd, co-author of our New York Times bestselling book "Get the Truth," explains how we go about getting anyone to tell all. You can listen to the full segment here.
When former State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki posted a tweet on June 1 about the now infamous edited video of a 2013 press briefing, many accepted the tweet as a straightforward affirmation that she had no knowledge of what happened. But in fewer than 140 characters, we believe Psaki exhibited a cluster of deceptive behaviors that told us just the opposite. Read our analysis on LawNewz.com.
QVerity's Bill Stanton, who serves as the security expert on ABC's "Good Morning America," put one family's home to the test and showed just how easily he was able to break in. Watch the full segment here.
When Speaker of the House Paul Ryan on Tuesday declared categorically, “I do not want, nor will I accept, the nomination for our party,” he certainly seemed to be ruling himself out as the Republican nominee for President. But considering the other statements Ryan made, in practically the same breath, we are convinced his resolve is open to question. Read our analysis on LawNewz.com.
When former Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina leaped in to intercept a reporter's question for Ted Cruz about his alleged marital infidelity, it marked the first instance of collective deception we have seen in this presidential campaign. We were left to conclude that the greater good in Fiorina's mind is to do whatever it takes to prevent Donald Trump from winning -- even at the expense of her own truthfulness. Read our analysis on LawNewz.com.
QVerity's Bill Stanton uses the example of the recent traffic stop of UFC champ Jon Jones to explain what not to do when you're pulled over by a police officer. Read his advice in this article on LawNewz.com.
We identified a high volume of deceptive behavior in our initial analysis of Sen. Ted Cruz's response to the National Enquirer story about claims that he had engaged in extramarital affairs with five women. We can't say how this will play out, but we can say at this point, it's not looking good for Cruz. Read our assessment on LawNewz.com.
Salah Abdeslam, the terrorist captured in Brussels just days before the horrific attacks in that city, is being interrogated by Belgian authorities pending his possible extradition to France. What approach should those authorities pursue in order to have the best chance of extracting information from Abdeslam that could prevent the loss of more lives in future attacks? Click here to read our take on LawNewz.com.
The Steven Avery murder case, presented in the hugely popular Netflix series, "Making a Murderer," has left a broad swath of the general public convinced that Avery had been wrongly convicted of the murder of Teresa Halbach, just as he had been wrongly convicted of rape two decades earlier. But our analysis of Avery's behavior in the interviews and commentary shown in the series has left us to conclude that the jury got it right this time. Read our analysis on LawNewz.com here.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were far more civil during their March 6 debate than the Republicans had been during their raucous debate several evenings earlier, but their deception was every bit as egregious. Read our analysis on LawNewz.com here.
In the wake of the San Bernardino attacks that killed 14 and injured another 21 in a California office building, Bill Stanton visited "Inside Edition" and explained the methods you can use to barricade yourself in a safe space and survive a workplace shooting. Watch the video at Inside Edition's website.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, QVerity's Bill Stanton appeared on "Inside Edition" to demonstrate how to lower the risk of being injured or killed in a concert hall attack. Click here to watch the potentially life-saving segment.
QVerity founding partner Bill Stanton, a former NYPD officer, appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File” to discuss controversial comments made by film director Quentin Tarantino at a demonstration against police brutality in New York. Watch the segment above and visit The Kelly File for more.