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Sunday, July 8, 2012

My Interview in the Ft. Collins Coloradoan

Michael Maher (left) posing with Gov. John Hickenlooper
while "behind the scenes" at the High Park Fire.
Fox 31 News in Denver interviewed me a few weeks ago about Michael Maher, a man who impersonated a fire fighter to get behind the scenes of the High Park Fire. He had his picture taken with the Governor, and he posted it on his Facebook page. He is now facing criminal charges related to the event.

Unfortunately, Fox News did not use the footage from my interview in their story. But, last week I was interviewed again by a reporter for the local Ft. Collins newspaper on the same story. You can read the article here:

Ft. Collins Coloradoan 07/08/12: The Psychology Behind Impersonations of Fire Fighters, Police Officers

Thanks for reading-- Max Wachtel, Ph.D.
CherryCreekPsychology.com
Facebook.com/drmaxwachtel
Twitter.com/mwachtel

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Michael Maher is not only impersonating a firefighter during a major wildland fire, but allegedly stole equipment and that’s why he was arrested and fired by the U.S. Forest Service. I found this news when I am writing CV for one of the firefighter as I am career consultant and providing best CV writing services to professionals. And also come to know about that he was released on a $15,000 bond under the condition that he not hold weapons, drugs, alcohol or cross back over into the High Park Fire territory.

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