Category: Professional Investigation
Pamela Hay, retired special agent with the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and Investigative Research instructor at MET’s Center for Professional Education, commented on Judge Richard Sterns’ removal from the Whitey Bulger case.
Watch the entire interview.
Once a former DEA agent who hunted Whitey Bulger, Pamela teaches in the PI program at MET’s Center for Professional Education. In the interview, she discusses Bulger’s claims of immunity.
Tom Shamshak, director of CPE’s Professional Investigation Program, was interviewed at length on Emily Rooney Greater Boston.
On the WGBH show Tom discusses the Molly Bish case. Watch the interview.
Pamela Hay, who teaches in CPE’s Professional Investigators Program, was interviewed by channel 25 news yesterday on the Whitey Bulger case.
The recent capture of James “Whitey” Bulger has lead to a media frenzy over the upcoming legal proceedings surrounding charges of his involvement in 19 murders. Catherine Greig, Whitey’s longtime girlfriend is accused of keeping his whereabouts secret for 16 years. In a recent article, the Boston Herald asks, “Will Whitey’s girl get bail?” To help answer this question, the Herald turned to the Center for Professional Education’s Professional Investigation Instructor Pamela Hay.
“No get-out-of-jail-free card for Miss Greig,” said private investigator Pamela Hay, a retired U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration special agent who served on the Bulger Task Force from 2000 to 2005. “If I was still on the task force, I would want something. She shouldn’t just walk.”
“Was she able to leave this cold-blooded killer or was she truly devoted to him? That’s the million-dollar question,” said Hay, who teaches investigative research at Boston University.
Read more on the Boston Herald.
Pamela Hay, faculty in the CPE Professional Investigators Program, was profiled in the recent article in the Patriot Ledger
Pamela Hay, faculty in the CPE Professional Investigators Program, was profiled in the recent article “Former DEA agent from Sharon recalls hunt for Whitey Bulger” in the Patriot Ledger. She has her own private investigation firm, Broad Range Investigations, and teaches a class in investigative research at Boston University. Pamela retired from both the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the search for James “Whitey” Bulger in 2005.
Read the full article on patriotledger.com.
Tom Shamshak, director of the Professional Investigators Program in the Center for Professional Education, appeared on Channel 25 Fox News: Person of interest in Molly Bish case pleads guilty in Fla. case