Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Private Investigator Bill Warner Featured On Texas News Talk Radio 710 KURV “Colonel Ray Show”

Private Investigator Bill Warner was featured on the East Texas News Talk 710 KURV Colonel Ray Radio Show today, Tuesday 6/02/09, during the drive time segment at 5:20 pm, speaking about his eforts in shutting down al-Qaeda linked terror websites that are hosted in the USA, see article posted on Friday, November 07, 2008, THE “POWER OF THE PRESS” HAS BEEN AIDING IN SHUTTING DOWN JIHAD TERROR WEBSITES HOSTED IN THE USA DURING 2008, SOME NOT SO MUCH.

Al-Qaida Web site was hosted in Phoenix exposed by Bill Warner private investigator.
Robert Anglen, The Arizona Republic Newspaper
Feb. 1, 2008 12:00 AMA

Web site used by al-Qaida to recruit car bombers, encourage war on the West and provide a forum for Islamic militants went online from Phoenix this week, It moved from Tampa just a week ago to Arizona . The Web site, www.ek-ls.org , facilitates discussions on weapons, explosives and propaganda and often serves as a question-and-answer center for terrorists, a review of the Web site shows. The site, a well-known and popular forum for Islamic terrorists and their sympathizers, was the first to report the death of senior al-Qaida leader Abu Laith al-Libi in Pakistan this week. The north Phoenix company hosting the site took it down Wednesday, just hours after being contacted by The Arizona Republic. Bill Warner, a Sarasota, Fla., private investigator who has worked with federal agencies on terrorist-related issues, has been tracking terrorist-related Web sites for months. "The Web sites are a big part of the support network of terrorism financially," he said. "They use the Web sites to request money from the U.S. and the U.K. They ask people to take money to Pakistan." Warner said he blames Web-hosting companies for failing to monitor content. Instead, he said, they wait until the site is brought to their attention to take action. "All you've got to do is look," Warner said, pointing to the Phoenix Web site as an example. "You are one click away. First, there is a very benign front page, but all of a sudden, you see tanks being blown up and Osama bin Laden and martyrs. It doesn't matter that you can't read Arabic




Private Investigator Bill Warner’s segment followed Lieutenant General Ricardo S. Sanchez, he was the highest-ranking Hispanic in the United States Army when he retired on November 1, 2006. At the time of his retirement, Lieutenant General Sanchez called his career a casualty of the Abu Ghraib scandal. After the Lieutenant General Ricardo S. Sanchez segment a guy by the name of Robert Spenser came on and then Private Investigator Bill Warner’s segment.



“Colonel Ray”, is a career military officer who retired from the U.S. Army as a full Colonel in 2004. Colonel Ray comes from a military tradition that dates back to relatives who fought in every war and on both sides of the Civil War. Trained as an Infantry and Combat Engineer Officer, Paratrooper and Recondo specialist, he has served all over the world including combat tours in Central America, Bosnia and Iraq, where he was awarded a “Bronze Star”.

Upon his retirement in Southern California, Colonel Ray became active in veterans affairs and was the keynote speaker for several large Memorial Day and Veterans Day Celebrations and also hosted a local daily radio talk show that covered a variety of topics from the War in Iraq and Afghanistan to local, state and national politics.



In early 2008 Colonel Ray moved to the Rio Grande Valley and is new to the valley but not to Texas where he spent over ten years in San Antonio, El Paso and Corpus Christi. Immediately upon moving here, he again became involved in local veterans affairs and then joined

KURV as a frequent guest host and military analyst. Colonel Ray says he and his wife, chose the Valley as the place they wanted to live.


He brings a new “voice” to the valley and promises to share his experiences while making new friends, he can be reached at ray@kurv.com.