Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Monique Lessan Podcasts Youtube/ GOOGLE didnt want you to hear

 Hello Listeners. 

 YouTube  has terminated my account because I am a truth seeker. 

I guess they didn't like what I had said on my radio shows, so they deleted my account. 

YouTube have  tracked me for years to prevent me from telling the truth.  It's really frightening how hard it is to truly live privately.

We were able to recover a few of those You Tube Videos and share them here: 

Matrix Of Perception 2018 07 11.mp 3 Kathleen Marden


Matrix Of Perception 2018 07 18.mp 3 DR. Lynne KItei Phoenix Lights


Fema Camps Prisons Walmart Connections:



Murder of Mollie Tibbetts:



Life and Death on Mars:



Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Interview: Monique Lessan Her life and her fight against Human Trafficking

Currently over 160 countries the world over are affected by human trafficking. The United States is both a source country and a receiving country. There are still open sex slavery cases in every single state. Additionally, close to 2,000 children go missing in the United States on a daily basis. Monique Lessan, a private investigator out of Northern California, has made it her mission to put an end to both of these looming problems.
Monique was born to a strong and courageous woman in Tehran, Iran. Her mother, at 16, became one of Tehran’s first police women. She served for over 25 years and was honored by being made a captain. Monique later moved to France and then  the United States. At 24, Monique has the misfortune of being kidnapped herself. Luckily for children all over, she escaped and in 1993 she became a licensed P.I.
While Ms. Lessan has worked on many cases throughout her career—from background checks to gathering evidence of adultery—her focus turned to child recovery in 1996. Since then she has been around the world working to return children to the safety of their families. Now Lessan is taking things one step further. “My focus became locating missing children because I was kidnapped I’ve learned many  hard lessons and now I want to pass them on to the younger people. Make them aware of their surroundings.” she says.
Monique started a program—recently approved as a non-profit—called Teens Against Human Trafficking. She began by working with a group of students at Healdsburg High School, educating them about the facts of human trafficking and discussing the dangers and how to prevent it. The students then made 3 videos about human trafficking and presented them to over 300 of their peers. You can view their videos here: http://www.youtube.com/user/eyeinvestigateyou?feature=mhw5#p/a/u/0/GuCXKfo_F_g
Monique also was able to get the group of students air time on a local radio station. She was extremely proud and impressed at the knowledge they had accrued. “I got them on the radio and they were talking about sex trafficking as if they were experts.” Monique has since gotten to see her educational efforts take effect. “They had never thought of those ways of avoiding and deterring sex trafficking until this project. Now they know. They tell their friends,  Don’t get into that car.’ Or, ‘ when you go hiking, pay attention to your surroundings and don’t get lost on your iPod because you don’t know who’s behind you.’ … Now they know to pass on the information.” Working with kids and watching them spread the massages they have learned has been her most memorable experience.
Now that her organization has been granted non-profit status, Monique Lessan hopes to see it grow in the future. She recognizes what a huge role the media plays in our everyday lives and wants to use it to further her message. “I want to use the media to take on a bigger scale and level, if at all possible, because that’s the only way. That’s why I’m writing books about the subject and speak in high schools to the students to bring awareness to them ”
And Monique has not forgotten about all of the children that go missing every day. A big goal for Ms. Lessan is to produce a show in the vein of America’s Most Wanted. She and her teams of investigators recover lost children live and also take donations from supporters to be used to rescue missing children at no cost to their families. When costs for retrieving a missing child are $30,000 minimum, this would be an enormous help to families everywhere.
When talking with teens, Monique stresses the little things that can keep you safe such as never accepting a drink from an open container and never getting into a car with someone unless you have known them  well for years. One of her most important pieces of advice is, “Never be a victim. Whatever you do, always just protect yourself. Know your options. Knowledge is the truth and truth is knowledge. So if you know your options and you know what’s going on, you will never become a victim. And never have a victim mentality.”

Wednesday, January 6, 2016



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Saturday, November 15, 2014

The 19-Year Search For Bianca Lozano And The Nightmare Of Child Abduction Cases

I am Monique Lessan, the CEO of EYE INVESTIGATE. I am an investigator as most of you know for over 20 years and my web site is www.eyeinvestigate.com. I am writing this article to give another perspective to what David Perisner wrote about in his article: The 19-Year Search For Bianca Lozano And The Nightmare Of Child Abduction Cases.


David Peisner works for BuzzFeed and is the Contributor of this article. He contacted me two years ago to write an article about me He had looked me up and had seen me on several TV programs such as Fox News and Channel 10 and also had seen my web site: http://www.eyeinvestigate.com. 
I talked to him over two hours and after almost a year nothing was yet published about our interview. I once in a while inquired about the interview and he said he needs more time. A year later he asked me if I had any cases going on and I told him as a matter of fact I do. I told him all about my new case Bianca Lozano who was kidnapped by her father when she was only eighteen months old. He left Texas and disappeared with Bianca during a visitation. The father's name was Juan Antonio Lozano. LOzano took off to Montarrey Mexico  and siappeared for 19 years. He changed Bianca's identity completely and changed her name to Fabiola Nina Suarez. Got her a new birthcertificate saying that she is a Mexican cisitzen rather US. The irony is that Binaca desn't even know she is an American Please read the article for more details. 


Once David found out I was going to Monterrey He wanted to join me there. But the expenses were too expensive and the client didn't want to pay.

Here are a few few things that  i need to get straight. First is that when we investigators get paid to conduct a case, any case, we need help to get it done. We pay our sources , investigators and expenses for data bases, my contact  data bases and whatever expenses all comes out of the initial retainer. For some reason it seems like the clients don't understand this. By the time you make any money half of it is gone and the longer it takes to solve the case now you end up making minimum wage. Alo there are no guarantees in this business. It is like asking an attorney to win every case in court. He/she will do they best and there are no guarantees, no matter how much money you pay them.

Mexico is one of the most dangerous places to live and work.To conduct a child abduction case in Mexico is very challenging because not even the investigators are willing to help. They are very resistant to assist another investigator unless they get a big chink of money..They are concerned abut their safety with good reason. 

Especially in this case. The father took Bianca to Monterrey which is one of the most dangerous places in Mexico. I hired several investigators that did minimal jobs to help in Tijuana and a prominent investigation firm from Mexico city finally gave more some answers that lead me to an address in Monterrey where  Juan lived with Bianca. When I sent The investigator to check out, well, he took the money and chickened out, literary!!! I couldn't believe. So finally I found Pablo;s address in Fontana. David Peisner got on the next lane down and followed me around for a week doing surveillance. Read the rest of the story here. 

The problem was that he started writing everything I said or did even in my own private time. Or at least I thought it was private until I found out I actually have to tell him each time Oh, off the record, Check out the Chem-trails in the sky or off the record I believe we are being ruled by ONE WORLD ORDER aka Illuminates. He published it a if it had anything to do with the story and when I told him to please take it off he would;t budge.  
I also noticed he made a lot of mistake and when I asked him to correct them, he would not do it. 
Over all David did a good job but he should not have included the name of my Home land security contact but he did. 
In any case, once you read the story you will see whathahpend at the end of the story. The case is still open. I put Pablo and Deana Hebert in touch with each other and it is the closest  to an ending we can get at this time. There is still hope and I am working on some angles to continue the case without any additional cost to the client. Hopefully we can find Bianca and there could be a happy ending.  

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Three Girls Missing for 10 Years were finally Found and Alive

Three Girls Missing for 10 Years were finally Found and Alive

Missing Girls Found Alive After 10 Years
Amanda Marie Berry (left) and Georgina Lynn Dejesus

The woman's voice was frantic and breathless, and she was choking back tears. "Help me. I'm Amanda Berry," she told a 911 dispatcher. "I've been kidnapped and I've been missing for 10 years and I'm, I'm here, I'm free now." 

Those words led police to a house near downtown Cleveland where Berry and two other women who vanished a decade ago were found Monday, elating family members and friends who had longed to see them again. 

A 6-year-old also was found in the home. At a Tuesday morning press conference, authorities said that the child was Amanda Berry's. 
This child must have had needs to go to the doctor at some point. How did the police or the authorities miss this opportunity to find these girls?

Neighbor Juan Perez told NBC's Today show that he hardly ever saw Castro at the house. He thought the home was vacant and that probably Castro had another property. He figured Castro would just come and check and see if everything is okay. 
Another neighbor Ramsey said: he'd barbecued with the home's owner and never suspected anything was amiss. "There was nothing exciting about him – well, until today," he said. 

The Rescue Begins
The women's escape and rescue began with a frenzied cry for help. 

Hear the 911 call:

A neighbor, Charles Ramsey, told WEWS-TV he heard screaming Monday and saw Berry, whom he didn't recognize, at a door that would open only enough to fit a hand through. He said she was trying desperately to get outside and pleaded for help to reach police. 

"I heard screaming," he said. "I'm eating my McDonald's. I come outside. I see this girl going nuts trying to get out of a house." 

Neighbor Anna Tejeda was sitting on her porch with friends when they heard someone across the street kicking a door and yelling. 

Tejeda, 50, said one of her friends went over and told Berry how to kick the screen out of the bottom of the door, which allowed her to get out. 

Speaking Spanish, which was translated by one of her friends, Tejeda said Berry was nervous and crying. She was dressed in pajamas and old sandals. 

At first Tejeda said she didn't want to believe who the young woman was. "You're not Amanda Berry," she insisted. "Amanda Berry is dead." 

But when Berry told her she'd been kidnapped and held captive, Tejeda said she gave her the telephone to call police, who arrived within minutes and then took the other women from the house. 

On a recorded 911 call Monday, Berry declared, "I'm Amanda Berry. I've been on the news for the last 10 years." 

She said she had been taken by someone and begged for police officers to come to the home on Cleveland's west side before the man returned. 

"I've been kidnapped, and I've been missing for 10 years," she told the dispatcher. "And I'm here. I'm free now." 

Vanished Only a Few Miles Away

Berry disappeared at age 16 on April 21, 2003, when she called her sister to say she was getting a ride home from her job at a Burger King. About a year later, DeJesus vanished at age 14 on her way home from school. Police said Knight disappeared in 2002 and is 32 now. 

Berry is now 27, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Authorities didn't provide a current age DeJesus. They were found just a few miles from where they had vanished. 

Police said one of the brothers who was arrested, a 52-year-old, lived at the home, and the others, ages 50 and 54, lived elsewhere. 

Julio Castro, who runs a grocery store half a block from where the women were found, said the homeowner arrested is his nephew, Ariel Castro. 

Berry also identified Ariel Castro by name in her 911 call. 

Attempts to reach Ariel Castro in jail were unsuccessful Monday. Messages to the sheriff's office and a jail spokesman went unanswered, and there was no public phone listing for the home, which was being searched by dozens of police officers and sheriff's deputies. 

The uncle said Ariel Castro had worked as a school bus driver. The Cleveland school district confirmed he was a former employee but wouldn't release details. 

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Hello friends,

I  Will be speaking at the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts on  June 15th, 2013

Women's PowerStrategy Conference

Speakers 2013

 Women's Power Strategy Conference 2013
  • Monique Lessan

    WPSC2013 speaker Lessan Monique
    Monique Lessan, M.F.S. is the owner of Eye Investigate, an international private investigation firm. She is a multi-lingual licensed private investigator with over fifteen years of experience conducting worldwide investigations to recover missing and abducted children and runaways. She is also a radio host on Revolution Radio and her show is called Private Eye/Xfiles.Monique has been called in on hundreds of missing children and adult cases, sex and human trafficking investigations, undercover operations and criminal investigations and has been featured on many television news and talk shows. Monique is an activist in the fight against human trafficking and an expert in child abduction recoveries. She has recovered missing children from San Diego, Singapore, Mexico, England, Saipan and Nicaragua. In 2009 Monique founded Teens Against Human Trafficking to help Fight Against Child Exploitation. Her Website is:  eyeinvestigate.com and .net



Monique Lessan, M.F.S
Private Investigator/ Owner
Eye Investigate
License number: PI 16007 

Cell: (858) 568-4972
Office: (707) 395-0215
Email: investigatrix@gmail.com
Web site: http://www.eyeinvestigate.com