On the job with Jesse June, high-tech private eye. Clock cams, bionic ears, and video periscopes are all in a day's work.
By David Novak
Posted 03.13.2002 at 8:29 pm 0 Comments
8:10 a.m. I arrive at the Evansville, Indiana, offices of Hi-Tech Investigative (www.hitechinvestigative.com), and find owner and local sleuth Jesse June sitting at his desk-minus the trench coat and top hat, but still smoking the mandatory Lucky Strike (OK, it was a Marlboro Light). At 70 years old, June doesn't look like he's at the forefront of spy technology.
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