Brad Nathanson Investigations (B.N.I.) Covers all aspects of commercial, criminal and domestic Investigations to include the procurement of privileged information, polygraphs, physical and electronic surveillance and specialist debt collection, also integrity assessments, lifestyle appraisals, background checks and close protection.

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1 week ago

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DEMONIC BEHAVIOR – SATAN OR FLAKKA – ONE AND THE SAME

As we entered the mezzanine level parking area of our client after concluding a meeting, my wife and I encountered a very peculiar person in the parking area. Oblivious to the calling after her by the security guard this woman, who otherwise might have appeared normal, dressed in a Shark’s beanie, pullover, good jeans and sneakers and carrying a back-pack over her shoulders, was jogging/shuffling slowly around the cars moaning to herself whilst clutching a pair of scissors against her chest. She paid no attention to the guard, only to my wife and I as she shuffled slowly around the two of us. Non-threatening but with a crazed look that clashed with our spirits. She went deeper into the parking area. I walked after her cautiously at a safe distance after advising the security guard to call the SAPS. Suddenly, without warning, this clearly possessed woman opened the pair of scissors and put the open scissors to her neck as if to cut herself. She began to approach me as if to taunt me and for a hundredth of a second I considered that I may have to defend myself, perhaps even with my weapon. Thankfully, she jogged off still holding the scissors to her throat and out into the streets of Pinetown where onlookers were aghast.
We saw something like this when we were on a mission trip in Mozambique in 2014. The woman we encountered in Mozambique however, was demon possessed.

From Esme’ Nathanson
What a horrible experience. That Brad had to consider defending himelf by use of lethal force against a likely possessed/drugged up woman of unknown prowess and state of mind, armed “only” with a pair of scissors.
How would the headlines read in Women’s Month and on Women’s Day?
BNI CELEBRATES WOMEN’S DAY AND ACKNOWLEDGES THE VALUE OF WOMEN; BECAUSE WITHOUT WOMEN, WHAT WOULD MEN BE? NOTHING.
TO THOSE VICTIMS, THOSE WHO REMAIN BEHIND. WE SHARE WITH YOU THE PAIN OF YOUR LOSS AND THE ANGUISH OF THOSE WHO NEED ANSWERS BUT MOSTLY, WE SHARE IN YOUR HOPE AND ALSO IN YOUR PRAYERS FOR A BETTER WORLD WHERE WOMEN ARE NOT EXPLOITED AND ARE AS IT WAS BEFORE, TREATED WITH THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE.
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2 weeks ago

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To all the ladies out there.....

As we celebrate Women's month we look back at just some of the most heroic woman of our Country.

We are proud to be strong, brave, phenomenal women.

Be proud of what you have achieved.
Be proud of who you have become.
Never doubt yourself, never give up and never loose hope. Always believe in yourself, always trust your instincts and most importantly, love yourself, even if you think that nobody else does. You are fearfully and wonderfully made.

HAPPY WOMENS DAY

"She is clothed with strength and dignity and she laughs without fear of the future."

"Don't be concerned about the outward beauty of fancy hairstyles, expensive jewelry, or beautiful clothes. You should clothe yourselves instead with the beauty that comes from within, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is so precious to God."

"You are altogether beautiful, my darling, beautiful in every way."

B.E Safe

Esmé Nathanson
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Brandon Harper missing in Kwazulu-Natal has been found.

Thank you for all the shares.
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2 weeks ago

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On 05 July 2018 a Nissan X-Trail (similar to the one in the picture) was taken from Carrington Heights, Durban South, Kwa-zulu Natal in a highjacking.

Anyone with information is to please contact this office at admin@bradnathanson.co.za or contact 0784219167

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2 weeks ago

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EXPLOITATION – Alive and well in South Africa

Perhaps I’m suffering from PTSD. Perhaps because of my Faith I feel more empathy or maybe this job is finally getting to me.

Yesterday morning I had occasion to meet the “Landlord” of a building (that should be condemned) to whom money is paid daily for accommodation or you are back out on the street.

This man, clearly a war veteran and ex-convict (as per specific local “convict” tattoos), refused to answer any questions or render any assistance in helping us to understand what the rent money is being used for.

There were at least 100 people of all races, gender and ages in a three-story building in which the ablutions were indescribable, the stench unbearable and the general state of hygiene literally unfit for a domestic animal.

Let’s do the math: -
Average daily rate – R70,00 (it ranges from R60.00 – R80.00)
Conservatively 100 tenants only – R7,000.00 per day
R196,000.00 for the month of February.
Drugs, alcohol, cigarettes - $$$$$$$$
Stolen goods - $$$$$$$$

AND, this money is cash and guaranteed. Predictable income.

This suggests that the unemployed have to work harder than the average labourer (as per the minimum wage act) in order to keep a roof over their head. Work or steal? There is no credit at these shelters. No pay. No stay.

We sent our yard assistant into the facility as if to ask for accommodation. Vincent lives humbly but even he told us that he couldn’t live like the occupants of these “shelters” (a program for which our government is allocated funding) for even a minute. There is no privacy. Doors and windows have been broken. There are too many people to a room and matrasses are fit to burn. Where is this money for the homeless? Why are human beings having to live in these conditions in THIS day and age, in our City? Why? Because NOBODY cares.

I’ll be honest. My heart was moved and I shed a tear but what am I going to be able to do about this in the big scheme of things? All that I can do is have my say. I am ashamed by what I saw yesterday.

As conspicuous as Pinocchio’s nose was parked a very expensive, German manufactured, late model vehicle, the windows of which were too tinted for us to get a look at the occupants. The vehicle moved off slowly once we all noticed each other. EXPLOITATION!!! Somebody is getting rich off the homeless!

Watch Carte Blanche this Sunday for full expose'.

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Missing person - Durban Kwazulu-Natal

SHADAY KNEPSCHELD Has been found and is with family.
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