As CEO of Investigative Consultants International, the only US agency outside of law enforcement themselves, Ward and his associates are often asked by the media to comment on the veracity of statements made in popular media. Unlike the interpretation of body language signals, or highly subjective polygraph analysis, Ward uses an advanced technology to detect "brain activity traces" using the voice as a medium. Initially developed for Israeli defense, it is now utilized by law enforcement agencies across the globe, including the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
been until recently."
Most recently, Los Angeles prosecutors declined to file charges against Cosby after another woman publicly claimed the comedian raped her in a bedroom of Hollywood's Playboy Mansion when she was fifteen. Days before self-proclaimed victim Judy Huth contacted police, she filed a lawsuit against Cosby detailing sex acts between the two circa 1974. It was the same story she attempted to sell the tabloids a decade earlier, according to Martin Singer, counsel for Cosby. Police detectives noted the reason for declining charges was that the statute of limitations had long since run.
"We've run forensic analysis on nearly all of the accusers statements," Ward concludes, "and there is little merit to many of these outlandish accusations leveraged against Bill Cosby." A former law enforcement officer, Ward has been in investigative intelligence for more than thirty-five years. He's been featured in many national and international news mediums, including FOX News, MSNBC, CNN, Good Morning America, Larry King Live, and HLN. He is presently in pre-production of an investigative reality series of his own, the Justice Ward.