To David Hampton
In response to the article by Ruth Ingram, she refers to Robert Graham as “an internationally known emergency communications trainer.” This is once again a misrepresentation of the facts as Graham is so well known for.” The facts are that he has worked for or spoken at conferences by 9-1-1 training companies internationally known. On his website, he claims customers as “his customers” but they were agencies NECI sent him to as a “NECI contract instructor” such as the FBI Academy, Waco, TX, and several others.
Graham is a fraud in every aspect. When he verbally represented himself as a police officer and commander over the 9-1-1 center and an internation-ally-known trainer, it was a moral fraud. When he taught courses at the Jackson Police Academy for a fee while drawing a salary from the City of Jackson, when violating copyright laws, when fabricating certificates making 9-1-1 agencies eligible for reimbursement from the state 9-1-1 board for paying him a fee was a criminal fraud for which I hope the district attorney will hold him accountable.
Since 2007, I have related these facts to the following Clarion Ledger reporters who all failed to report them since 2007: Leah Rupp, Chris Joyner, Grace Simmons-Fisher, Kathleen Baydala, and Molly Parker. None of them wrote a single word of my allegations even when provided with supporting documents. Why not?
You had a reporter at my press conference last Monday at Jackson City hall. He asked questions but nothing I said that day was printed. Why not?
Charles D. Carter