A flurry of trips to China by Santa Fe officials makes sense, uh, why?
To receive a private investigator’s license in New Mexico, an individual must be 21 years old, “of good moral character,” pass the required PI exam and have not been convicted of an offense involving “dishonesty,” “an intentional violent act,” or illegal use or possession of a deadly weapon. Three years previous investigative experience also is required.
Robb Hamic says a state licensing board isn't pulling its weight.
Katherine Christianson committed a crime during an act of environmentalist protet at age 19 in Wisconsin. She was 27 years old when the FBI arrested her in Santa Fe, where her parents live and she was a licensed massage therapist. She’ll be 29 when she finishes her two-year sentence at the federal women’s prison in southern Minnesota.
Matthew Ellis supports a program called MARIA—Minds and Resources in Action, energy philosopher Miro Kovacevich’s plan to bring $21 billion in government funds to New Mexico’s labs to kick-start the renewable energy economy. Ellis and Kovacevich make up Vivilux Institution and host the new radio show, Venus Transit Authority.