California Crime Scene Cleanup Narrative
California crime scene cleanup information that follows is simple Internet content. Still, two important ideas stand out here:
- The important idea is that my crime scene cleanup prices are almost always lower than my competitors. I offer a low and high bid, meaning that the high bid is a not-to-exceed price.
- I guarantee my work in writing by email. My American Online (AOL) time stamp turns these emails into "legal documents," per California courts.
A tiny fraction of Los Angele's county employees cannot be trusted to refer crime scene cleanup companies to victims' families. They receive a kickback, money, for families that they send to a crime scene cleanup companies. Don't be mistaken, it takes only a tiny fraction of well positioned people to control contact with victims' families.
California families generally do not go to the Internet or even their Yellow Pages in search of cleaning companies. Crime scene victims' families receive crime scene cleanup company referrals from coroners' employees. In return, these crime scene cleanup companies pay a 10 percent kickback fee for the work. This is cronyism and like that practiced in our nation's capital, the "swamp" in some cases.
This is like the Russians do business now. We call this relationship between County employees and private companies "cronyism." This behavior takes place across the United States and most probably most counties. Find me a large enough county that's honest and I'll move there to serve its families in need of professional cleaning. I will repeat this: this cronyism cheats families and insurance companies nationwide.
I do not like the word "all," but that is what it looks like from where I sit. I'll settle for "many" counties. (return) It sure looks like "all" the larger counties in the United States have corruption in their county death administration process. From the coroner, medical examiner, and public guardians with the probate courts, civil servants squeezed the life out of free enterprise in blood cleanup work. Again, these crony county employees are a tiny fraction of the county work forces. They are morally corrupt civil servants; we see them in our federal government as well.
I cleaned in 24 states across the country while chasing work and helping families remove their death scene. I have been in contact with many crime scene cleanup companies and I watched them go out of business because of crony relationships between government employees and corrupt crime scene cleanup companies. Keep in mind that I had 2,200 web sites for biohazard cleanup around the country. I was not advertising in Alaska or Hawaiian.
I ran an Internet biohazard cleanup broker business in my home. I took telephone calls 24/7and referred these callers to companies on my nationwide referral list. By 2005 this business had ended because companies on my referral list went out of business. They experienced cronyism as I did. The only difference between my company and their companies, I was willing to drive extraordinary lengths to stay in business and fight county government employees' cronyism. It has cost me thousands of dollars and thousands of hours to do so.
Although this may seem like pathological behavior on my part, consider that no one advocates for homicide and suicide victims' families cheated by our government employees. Already victimized, these families become victims as second time, and at the hands of tax paid county and even city employees at times. It's likewise with families experiencing an unattended death and decomposition of a loved one. This city and county white-collar crime narrative goes on at my United States Crime Scene Cleanup web site.
I can very easily get my head blown off by these government and biohazard cleanup cronies, gangsters. There's so much money involved the biohazard cleanup business calls out the worse criminal types to enter the business; it also leads once honorable, dedicated civil servants to join the dark side, loose their moral scruples.
I'm the only person actively pursuing this government cronyism and greed. This effort hardly measures up to my one year in Vietnam with the 173rd Airborne Infantry. There it was communism, here, it's government cronyism, "moral corruption," I say, "What is life about if not making the life prospects of future generations better?". (return)
I am down to about 200 web sites and should be down to about 100 within two years or so. Of course I use these for advertising my other businesses, like filthy house cleanup, homicide cleanup, suicide cleanup, and unattended death cleanup. I also work at hoarding cleanup, a subset of crime scene cleanup at times.
Within five years I won't rank very well on the Internet for biohazard cleanup.
Because of my biohazard cleanup broker business I owned over 2000 web sites; excuse the redundancy. They covered most of the United States with the exception of Hawaii and Alaska. I learned early on that Mississippi, South Dakota, North Dakota, and a couple other states I do not currently remember were closed to free enterprise in biohazard cleanup. The northwest remained silent to Internet marketing.
I learned this because I did not receive calls from these states even though I ranked very well on the Internet. In those days we did not have pay per click as we do today. I'm an organic web site maker and write content. I understand what it takes to rank well.
Keep in mind that in the early days, having one of the first three web sites on a Yahoo! page meant receiving phone calls. Still, number one was number one; nothing replaces number one. I was number one in California because I had 2000 web sites without too much trouble. Their power was in their ability to leverage each one for the benefit of others. I will not waste your time by talking further about web site optimization at this point because it grows more obsolete as pay-per-click replaces the viability of organic blood cleanup web sites for marketing.
Besides, my biohazard cleanup sites did nothing for my Los Angeles crime scene cleanup business efforts, but I'm game to find one honest county in Los Angeles. I will pay-per-click advertising if I find one. With Los Angeles's coroners employees or medical examiner employees in control of crime scene cleanup, I do not have a chance. Still, for other reason I advertise my California crime scene cleanup services. It's enough to make a good effort at warning California's families about crime scene cleanup cronyism.
I remain in business only because I have my web sites for other businesses.
I have 14 years traumatic loss blood cleanup experience. During this time I owned my own business and did my own crime scene cleanup work -- biohazard cleanup. I have cleaned in 24 states, most of which I visited before 2006. In those days coroner (medical examiners) offices had not climbed aboard the crime scene cleanup monopoly over blood cleanup. Orange County, California destroyed free enterprise in biohazard cleanup well before 2005.
With my wide experience I cleaned in desert environments without benefit of electricity or running water in 115 degree heat. I've cleaned in freezing weather more than once. In one day I cleaned 1 homicide, flew to another state, and cleaned 2 unattended deaths. Thanks to airlines and rental trucks my work in other states lead to a monumental amount of experience in blood cleanup. The sanitary sewer system also proved its worth.
Form the language arts classroom after 10 years teaching in California, I retired and went into business as a professional cleaner. It happened that my skills with computers and word processors, which I used to write lessons, became handy for Internet marketing. Then my experience on the Internet biohazard cleanup work lead to exposing nationwide county government cronyism in biohazard cleanup. (return)
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My California crime scene cleanup school (http://www.crime-scene-cleanup-school.com/) web site began in earnest. Then I realized the degree of fraud in Los Angeles governments. If you can prove otherwise for Los Angeles, good; I'll move there soon.
The use of crony companies for self-enrichment by county coroner employees ended my school idea. My Los Angeles crime scene cleanup certification site offers similar information.
California's once robust economy no longer exists and its old growth forest are gone or going.
The economy that helped so many people live an honest middle-class lifestyle with working-class education. Our education system helped so many people enter college as the first in their families to do so and graduate.
Today we continue to see some people continue their education at crippling costs; they still buy into the housing market and do very well as a result. Meanwhile upscale buildings go up throughout California and sometimes we see them built on earthquake faults.
I believe this is a sign of hubris. The idea that we can build on a earthquake fault and not suffer the consequences later on. California is known to have earthquakes and we're known to have one on the way that is going to knock down a lot of stuff.
Both San Francisco and Tokyo share the same fate as they both sit on top of a huge fault line. No, it will have little to do with crime scene cleanup until after the inevitable; rest assured, plenty of crime scene cleanup will follow the disasters and food becomes scarce.
Elsewhere on this web site I write about the criminality of wasting water in California. Here I talk about the criminality of building on top of Earth quake faults. It seems incomprehensible that contractors and planners still place their fragile buildings on top of earthquake faults. Yes, these buildings have the latest technological improvements in the best materials available.
But in the real world, "nature bats last."
Someone must find a way of building around well known earthquake faults. It is bad enough that we built on earthquake faults unknowingly. And then to build on earthquake faults and have a building newly built signed off by a public official means that something's wrong in government. Or it could be another matter of government cronyism mixed in with the corporate construction industry. I like to find out following the next earthquake that kills so many people.
Eddie Evans, Crime Scene Cleanup Practitioner
- California Crime Scene Cleanup Cronyism in Brief
- Crime Scene Cleanup Cronyism
- Internet Biohazard Cleanup Business Broker
- Government Cronyism
California county employees illegal monopoly
California biohazard cleanup
California homicide cleanup
California suicide cleanup
California unattended death cleanup
Death Odors not Dangerous
cleaning up blood
I clean up blood
This crime scene cleanup page offers information for homicide cleanup, suicide cleanup, and unattended death cleanup in California. My telephone remains open at all hours on all days. This family business has 17 years experience, lower prices than crime scene cleanup competitors, and guarantees its work in writing. Eddie Evans.
I knew two independent crimes scene cleanup practitioners in Orange County, California. "Independent" means free of Sheriff-Coroner employee cronyism (the 10% kickback). Myself, Eddie Evans, and another fella whose name I cannot recollect. I referred crime scene cleanup work to him years ago. I hope he found employment somewhere.
I live in Orange County. Like elsewhere in California, government employees have a monopoly over their county's crime scene cleanup business; they control who families contact for their crime scene cleanup services; simply handing a card or piece of paper to families members ensures county employ control over California's crime scene cleanup business.
I cannot compete with their cleaning opportunities. All that I can do is inform as many people as I can that our county has become a crony empire for government employees. See my web sites, crime scene cleanup and Orange County Fraud for more information. I'd much rather read a good book than spend my time writing about this gross fraud against bereaved families, but someone needs to do it. It does little good. It seems that our government has corruption from top to bottom. Of course, the great majority of county employees earn their income and lead ethical lives in our service. (return)
In the context of crime scene cleanup, in California's biohazard cleanup language we have a special meaning for biohazards. Unlike the more general meanings for this term, here we have specific meanings. Here's some examples. We're talking about regulated waste. These waste come in the form of liquid or semi liquid blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM).
We also find these wastes as contaminated items that would release blood or OPIM in a liquid or semi liquid state, if compressed. Guess what, crime scene cleaners come across stuff caked with dried blood or OPIM. These materials capable of releasing blood or Open during handling qualify as regulated waste. Pathological and microbial wastes also qualify as regulated, and therefore biohazards.
Homicide cleanup usually costs about the same as suicide cleanup. Differences may arise from the various weapons. Also, the place of death may lead to different price. What we can figure for certain, few other biohazard cleanup companies offer prices as low as Eddie Evans's in Orange County. It's always best to call around and find a lower price with more services for a professional California homicide cleaner. Eddie Evans guarantees his work. He is licensed, bonded, and insured for Orange County crime scene cleanup services. I keep an Orange County crime scene cleanup directory for helping to protect families from Orange County employees.
Suicide cleanup does differ in Orange County, California, from other areas of our country. Likewise, crime scene cleanup in Orange County may cost more or less depending upon season, place of death, type of weapon used, and so forth. We receive warmer summers than in other places of our country. Winter months even tend toward warmer days, which leads to decomposition issues.
California has a culturally mixed population. This shows up in statistical data for suicides. Suicide occurs more frequently among older white males. About 73 percent of suicides across these United States occur among white males. White females account for about 17 percent. Of course, these numbers undergo change as time passes. For examples, suicide among African American males used to take place on rare occasions. This however, seems to undergo changes as new social pressures and isolation inhibit African American unity and socialization.
Most often unattended deaths follow serious accidents or illnesses. Elderly people in California tend to die alone because of our social and cultural desire for independence. As a result decomposition follows death as the decedent remains down for days if not weeks.
Decomposition begins in the brain within a couple minutes following death. The body's numerous bacteria begin to die off. Others begin to feed on these bacteria opportunistically. Once the body's skin breaks, external bacteria begin to invade and quicken the rate of decomposition.
Odors develop rather quickly from blood, urine, feces, spinal fluid, and other types of fluid. A sulfur and urine odor begin to permeate the surrounding fabrics, floors, walls, and even furniture. Anything with a cellular structure becomes a host for these odors. Paper and especially carpet padding hold these odors tenaciously. In the more serious events where paper represent significant wealth or power, these are often duplicated. Ozone helps to reduce and at times remove death's odors.
Body fat becomes semi-liquid during warm, external conditions.
I cannot ever remember cleaning in California because my California crime scene cleanup web sites do not reach those in need of my services. I must have cleaned in California at some time, though. As for an California homicide cleanup I cannot say.
What I do believe about California homicides, besides county corruption, there's similarities between California and other Orange County cities.
Historians tell us that as respect for government diminishes, homicides go up. There's historical evidence from English and European countries to this effect. Figures from homicides chronicles show increases in homicide as local and national governments undergo upheavals. Local people, men, begin losing respect as employment drops. Land loss adds to the homicide rates.
We should expect similar episodes in California's crime scene cleanup activities. As our national and local employment issues increase, so too should California's homicides. This type of relationship to individual's self-esteem may also explain why some communities show higher levels of homicide than others. In effect, income levels become another matter for crime scene cleanup. It become evident that our national policies toward the underemployed and unemployed play into our own community homicides.
An California crime scene cleanup research team ought to have access to Orange County statistical data. At least this might help explain what's going on in the area of Orange County homicides.
If you wonder why I have so many links on this page, the How Crime Scene Cleanup Works graphic to you right seeks to explain why. Most people in need of my services from California do not reach the Internet. So I do my best to reach those few grieving families that do reach California's Internet. You see, Orange County Coroner and public administration employees direct the bereaved to corrupt cleaning companies. Or, they receive a referral fee for sending families to these corrupt crime scene cleanup companies. It's not legal; it's against county employees' conflict-of-interest pledge, but they do it anyway. They also cause bereaved families to pay more for death cleanup services.
Besides biohazard cleanup services, this web page leads to information about Orange County Consumer Fraud. This fraud resides in our local government, specifically in our Orange County Coroner's and Oran age County Public Guardian Offices. More information about this type of Orange County fraud will be found at crime scene cleanup.
Besides biohazard cleanup services, I offer partial move out of affected rooms. Usually I remove most carpet and carpet padding if some part needed cutting. Blood soiled carpet cannot be recovered. Likewise with blood soiled mattresses, couches, and other pieces of furniture. My job becomes dissection to remove blood and other potentially infections materials. These go into a freezer until a bio-waste transport company removes them from my possession. I do not charge for biowaste removal or handling in most cases.
I offer to help with other issues related to a family's need during my cleaning activities.
I keep my prices low. I can do this because I work alone. Sometimes my wife travels with me, but she stands-by as I remove heavily soiled and semi-soiled materials. Sometimes she helps with small items that need removal. Sometimes she helps restore children's clothing and toys. Usually these small chores do not add to costs.
My prices are, therefore, much less than other Orange County cleaning companies; most in this line of work have a relationship to Orange County Government. So they need to pay that government middle-person as well as their paid staff. Crime scene cleaner actually earn a fraction of what their boss makes, even though they take the risks and do the dirty work.
It is ironic that many trauma cleanup companies tell the public that blood cleanup is very dangerous because of bloodborne pathogens. Then they tell their cleaners the opposite: cleaning up blood is not dangerous. In fact, cleaning up blood is not dangerous if done slowly and cautiously.
Although I rarely do an California crime scene cleanup job because of county government corruption, I refer here to counties with fewer corrupted coroner's employees.
I disinfect from beginning to end. I spray with a solution of bleach and water. The Center for Disease Control recommends a solution of one part bleach to ten parts water, which I use for nonporous surfaces. I also use much stronger solutions on heavily blood soiled materials for the short-term. I do not care to remove heavily blood soiled materials without some sort of pretreatment. At times, pretreating objects removes them from the defined standard for biohazardous materials, which is fine with me, since I do not charge for handling biohazardous materials.
As I work I stop to disinfect my working area as well as myself. I do this continuously. In this way I ensure my cleaning concludes with a thorough disinfected environment. Beside bleach I use Simple Green. Simple Green has a disinfecting chemical, natural, and cleans nicely. I also use Clorox cleaner at times. I usually have a bottle of Pine Sol handy. I used it for years in the Army with great success. I know that it's been around for generations and disinfects well besides cleaning.
When doing blood cleanup I try to work from a distance, especially in the beginning. I use gloves and glasses over my eyes. Even without gloves on during the later stages of blood cleanup, I use thick, plastic bags to grab soiled materials. Usually I have gloves on when doing this, though. The important idea is to keep blood from touching one's skin or splashing into our eyes, nose, or mouth. It's best not to talk while doing this type of work, by the way.
Blood's dangers exist primarily when wet, moist, or flaky dry so as to become airborne if disturbed. I make a point of place paper towels over blood. It's best to be prepared before crime scene cleanup begins. Then I moisten with bleach and water if not another chemical solution. I work slowly and deliberately from a distance. I agitate the blood to cause its consistence to change. Once I can either vacuum it, scrape it with a flat shovel or dust pan, or wipe it up, I do so. All the will blood's consistency must not become so liquefied that it will drain from a compressed object.