Next Episode of The Security Brief with Paul Viollis is
Hosted by dynamic security expert Paul Viollis, every episode of "The Security Brief with Paul Viollis" begins with a dramatic true crime story filled with twists, turns, and reveals. Each edge-of-your-seat cautionary tale in this daily, one-hour talk show offers real-world solutions designed to help you protect yourself, your family, your relationships, your home, and your property.
When a woman discovers her fiancé is a professional con man, she sets out to stop him; Paul gives telltale signs a partner is lying and tells how to remain safe in a bad relationship.
Hundreds of African American women in the 1960s were told their babies died during childbirth, with several finding out years later their babies were stolen and illegally adopted; Paul reaches out to discover what can be done to help other women.
While traveling from Detroit to LA to start a new life, Joseph Rivers has his life savings stripped from him by a DEA agent; Paul discusses civil forfeiture and has a surprise for Joseph.
After losing 200 pounds and transforming her life, Heather Palumbo-Jones does not show up for work one morning and her friends assume the worst; Paul discusses disengaging from relationships.
Women who have been the victims of revenge porn fight back to end the online epidemic; Paul discusses ways to stay safe online.
Twenty years after being shot in the face and left for dead, a victim reaches out to the man who attacked her and forgives him, but her family doesn't.
A former Miss Teen USA was cyber-stalked by a schoolmate she barely knew; Paul explains how to help when a child is being bullied or witnesses bullying.
Every year, thousands of women are sold as sex slaves and branded as property. Paul speaks to a woman who was sold by her boyfriend into the dark world of sex trafficking and and how she was able to escape. Plus, Paul shows us life-saving escape and survival tips.
A woman who had her identity and life savings stolen by her roommate and fought back to put her behind bars. Plus, an Ohio judge who believes in 'eye for an eye' justice.
Rodney Roberts spent 17 years in prison for a crime he never committed. Rodney and his wife Lynda join us and tell us how they kept their love growing as they fought for his freedom.
A mother whose son left home to join ISIS; a former Jihadi extremist goes inside ISIS and explains how it is recruiting teens.
Families who had their homes taken over by squatters and couldn't get them to leave.
A man who killed his roommate while driving drunk faces his victim's mother.
Parents who have publicly shamed their children on social media to punish them.
A man who spent 16 years in prison for a rape/murder he didn't commit.
A mother races for her child's life when her car is stolen with the baby in the backseat. She is joined by the people that helped her recover her child. Plus, what you need to know to avoid being carjacked.
A woman tracks down the man who killed her father and fled the country when she was a child. She finds him years later, but is shocked to find out where. Plus, how to prevent your identity from being stolen.
A young teen sneaks out to go to a house party, but ends up being drugged and raped by two of the boys there. In her fight for justice, she is surprised to end up on the receiving end of cyber harassment from people she knows, as well as total strangers. Plus, how to protect your kids from the dangers of the internet.
A woman marries the love of her life, but things begin to unravel when he becomes abusive and controlling. She learns that she's not the only woman in his life, and that his business dealings are less than legitimate. Plus, where her ex-husband is now. And, how to protect yourself from con artists.
A woman is raped, and then confidently identifies the man who did it. Eleven years later, she learns the horrifying truth: she was wrong, and an innocent man has been imprisoned all this time because of her. Plus, how reliable is eyewitness identification?
Paul Viollis (Host)
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