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Herman Weisberg

Weisberg began his 20-year career with the New York City Police Department in 1990 as a beat police officer in Queens. He took on various roles throughout his tenure, including working undercover on the NYPD’s vice squad, serving as a narcotics investigator in Brooklyn, and being part of the dignitary protection unit, where he was responsible for safeguarding visiting dignitaries such as Vice President Al Gore and President George W. Bush during their trips to New York.

Beginning in 2000, Weisberg served as the top investigator under Robert M. Morgenthau, who held the position of New York County District Attorney for 34 years. During his tenure in the district attorney’s office, Weisberg specialized in investigating extortions, financial crimes, and various other complex criminal cases. In 2002, Weisberg was the lead investigator in the $600 million fraud scandal of Tyco Corporation and later lead the Iraqi “Food for Oil“ corruption investigation involving the United Nations.

Notably, in 2010, Weisberg’s was the lead investigator and played a crucial role in solving the David Letterman blackmail case.

Weisberg left the NYPD in 2010 to begin his career as a Private Investigator.

Saturday, April 20
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Club TCM at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel