Many gun enthusiasts may have seen Zomber on the History Channel show “Tales of the Gun.” This award-winning series profiles guns from all over the world and from every era. Zomber’s expertise can be seen in all 8 episodes.
The Philadelphia native has writing in his blood. He received a bachelors degree in English literature from he University of Illinois. After a few academic positions, he concentrated on his writing. Zomber receives a great deal of praise for his ability to tell stories. As listed on his IMDb profile, some of Zomber’s works include the Civil War novels Sweet Betsy, That’s Me and Son of Kentucky. Other published novels include Soul of the Samurai, set in 17th century Japan and Jesus and the Samurai, which explores Christianity and the Samurai.
A world traveler, Zomber has seen the ramifications of war up close and personal. He supports world organizations UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders and Amnesty International.
Rick Smith, CEO of Securus says the he loves the industry of serving the needs of law enforcement, corrections and society. It angers him and other companies in the industry when a company stoops as low as GTL has. He claims that the industry is about more than just money, it is about serving the needs of the customers as well. Over the next six months, Securus will release different articles with the issues they have found.
The first is a report by the Louisiana Public Service Commission (PSC). It claims that when GTL provided outbound telecom services to thousands of inmates, in the state, they added either 15 or 36 seconds to each call. This practice is completely unlawful. GTL also programmed the phones to rate calls on a higher rate schedule than authorized. They even added additional charges to phone bills after the calls had been rated. This too is unlawful. Because of these activities, Louisiana taxpayers were overcharged by $1,243,000. This is just one case GTL used unscrupulous practices with.