Paradoxical undressing is one of those strange things that an investigator can come across, more especially in the depths of winter, when the temperature drops down to a level that tickles the human body into shutdown, commonly known as hypothermia.
Search and Rescue specialists and associated medical professionals well understand the term ‘Paradoxical Undressing’ and its sibling phenomenon ‘Terminal Burrowing’, which occur almost exclusively in situations where the outside environmental temperature is below 10 Celsius, or in the case of prolonged emersion in water, below 20 Celsius.
The family of missing geologist Daniel Robinson plans to conduct another public desert search on Feb. 25 in hopes of examining areas not yet scoured since he disappeared in Buckeye 19 months ago.
The search comes a week after a separate search conducted by Buckeye Police Department yielded no additional clues.
Prosecutors in San Francisco have dropped all charges against two men accused in the murder of famed private investigator Jack Palladino two years ago, citing a lack of evidence. Palladino, whose clients included presidents, corporate whistleblowers and Hollywood moguls, died Feb. 1, 2021, outside his home after suffering a brain injury resulting from a drive-by attempt to rob his camera, San Francisco police said at the time.
The private investigator being sued by Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve has finally responded in court to the lawsuit. David McNeely of 5 Alpha Industries, through his attorneys, is seeking to have the case dismissed.
McNeely is also seeking “at a later time” a protective order to avoid disclosing the client who hired him to place a GPS tracking unit on Schieve’s vehicle last year.
The U.S. investigators are hired under false pretenses by authoritarian governments to do their “dirty work,” the F.B.I. says.