Lt. General (Retired) Mark Weatherington Joins Consynsys Technologies Advisory Board

Esteemed Air Force Veteran to Provide Strategic Insight for Cloud-Native Manufacturing Automation and Control Solutions Provider

CARSON CITY, Nev.Sept. 13, 2023PRLog — ConSynSys Technologies, Inc., a pioneering force in cloud-native software solutions for manufacturing automation and control processes, is honored to announce the addition of Retired Lieutenant General Mark E. Weatherington to its Executive Advisory Board. The appointment will be effective from September 15, 2023.

Lt. Gen. Mark E. Weatherington brings with him a distinguished legacy of service to the United States. As the Deputy Commander of Air Force Global Strike Command and Deputy Commander of Air Forces Strategic-Air for U.S. Strategic Command, his leadership proved pivotal in shaping strategic deterrence and global strike capabilities. Lt. Gen. Weatherington’s extensive experience encompasses significant executive leadership assignments, including senior Information Technology and Cyberspace Operations positions on the Joint Staff and at North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command. In addition to leading Airmen at the Squadron, Wing, and Numbered Air Force levels, he also served as a personal advisor to the Deputy Secretary of Defense. He is a command pilot with over 2,400 flying hours, including combat missions over Afghanistan.

Sam Svitenko, Co-Founder, Board Member, and Chief Operating Officer at ConSynSys Technologies, expressed his eagerness for Lt. Gen. Weatherington to begin his role: “Mark’s understanding of risk management and his ability to balance operational goals with fiscal realities set him apart. With Cloud operations becoming crucial for Pharma and Industry 4.0 automation, Mark’s expertise in cybersecurity and leadership will guide both our—and customer–executives through crucial decisions. His invaluable experience will be instrumental as we empower clients to embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution, securely. I was very fortunate to serve with Mark during my Air Force career as well, and I am now extremely fortunate to have the chance to work with him again at ConSynSys. We’re extremely honored to welcome Mark to our Advisory Board.”

ConSynSys Technologies is at the forefront of the Pharma 4.0 and Industry 4.0 revolutions, offering a revolutionary cloud-native software platform that empowers manufacturers to implement cutting-edge automation strategies through Process Control as a Service (ProCaaS®). The platform also facilitates real-time sensor data capture for predictive maintenance, reducing manufacturing downtime and errors inherent in manual processes. Lt. Gen. Weatherington’s experience in risk management and operational leadership will undoubtedly contribute to ConSynSys’ mission to help clients navigate the transition to Cloud operations while ensuring security in the era of Industry 4.0.

“I was attracted to this opportunity with ConSynSys by their mission to help drive ‘Abundance in Medicine'”, said Lt Gen Weatherington. “Service before Self has long been a core value of the Air Force, and I wanted the first step in my civilian career to embody that same tenant—leveraging my experience to help deliver on the mission of ‘Abundance in Medicine’ is an incredibly meaningful and worthwhile endeavor. I look forward to working with the executive team at ConSynSys, and customer executives where possible, to help drive this critical mission.”

As ConSynSys Technologies continues its journey to redefine manufacturing processes through innovative Cloud-native solutions, the inclusion of Lt. Gen. Mark Weatherington on the Advisory Board is poised to provide visionary guidance for the company’s growth and technological evolution.

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Retired Engineer & Intelligence Officer David Olsen Announces His Novel, JAYU

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Retired NYPD Detective Mark Pucci Announces New Nonprofit, The National Institute for Law and Justice, to Assist Families of Missing and Murdered Persons

 Mark Pucci, retired NYPD detective and current Founder/Chief Investigator of New York Private Detective Services (New York) and Guardian Angel Investigations (Nevada), announces the formation of a new 501(c)3 nonprofit, The National Institute for Law and Justice (NILJ). NILJ provides free management of investigative services for crime victims, their families and loved ones who are searching for answers, resolution, and closure, for matters involving:

· Recent and cold case homicide investigations

· Wrongful death investigations

· Misclassified deaths (suicides, accidental) investigations

· Abduction/Human Trafficking investigations

· Missing persons investigations

· Missing, murdered indigenous women/children (MMIW) investigations

· Residential Schools (criminal, forensic, recovery, and reconstruction) investigations

All investigative services performed at no cost to the victims, the victim’s families, or loved ones.

Founder/President & CEO Mark Pucci, is no stranger to investigating this wide array of cases/investigations. As a highly decorated, retired NYPD Detective and private sector investigator with more than 25 years’ experience, Pucci has seen countless families struggle to financially afford additional private investigative services when leads dry up and law enforcement agencies (nationwide) discontinue their investigations due to workload/manpower shortages, budgetary restrictions, lack of available investigative resources, or in certain extreme instances, reach inaccurate or misclassified investigative conclusions.

Experts estimate that, based on FBI Uniform Crime Report Data, our nation currently has 250,000 unsolved murders, a number that increases by about 6,000 each year. This persistently growing number of unsolved cases means ever-increasing caseloads, which continue to drain already insufficient resources and ultimately results in higher costs for agencies with already limited budgets.

“Since retiring from the NYPD, I’ve volunteered a large portion of my time (pro-bono) helping families who are desperate to find closure regarding the fate of their loved ones,” Pucci said. “And believe me when I say, you can’t even begin to imagine the almost endless line of families lined up behind those families whom I’ve been fortunate enough to help thus far. NILJ effectively creates the opportunity for the funding of these vital investigations to shift from the individual… to the Institute.”

To lead the organization, Mark Pucci is joined by co-founder and co-chair Kiersten Parsons Hathcock, a non-traditional investigative specialist and founder/CEO Mod Mom Furniture—an internationally-known furniture company featured on ABC TV’s Shark Tank and co-chair Amanda Kristinat, an award-winning CFO & COO of Arizona-based nonprofit, Moonshot.

In addition to its investigative mission, NILJ is committed to helping family members begin to heal from the trauma inflicted by the loss of a loved one. An example of this, in cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women, children and relatives, the nonprofit honors traditions, practices and ceremonies specific to each tribal nation. Traditional Indigenous Sciences and Practitioners are utilized during and after investigations to help promote healing.

Regarding NILJ’s initiative involving the investigation of missing and murdered Indigenous women, children and relatives, The U.S Department of Justice found that Native American women face murder rates that are more than 10 times the national average. (National Crime Information Center (2018). Federal Bureau of Investigation)

In addition to NILJ’s network of investigative specialists, Indigenous ambassadors within tribal nations throughout the US are committed to the mission. One such example is Arizona-based NILJ board member and ambassador Jeneda Benally, Navajo Dine’ spokesperson, musician and human rights activist featured on NPR, NBC, and many other national news outlets.

Pucci tapped founding NILJ board member Macie Huwiler, a seasoned nonprofit executive and fundraiser with a 30-year career in the television industry working for CBS and the A&E Television Networks, to lead fundraising efforts. Outreach will begin this month.

Families and law enforcement agents/agencies requesting help can apply for investigative services at NILJ(dot)org. Applications are open to the public (US only) and do not require any financial disclosure. After receiving an application, the NILJ team reviews each case and will assess next steps based on information provided by the applicant.

“Thankfully, a great many of my professional colleagues (current/former state/federal law enforcement, former special forces/military, search/rescue, forensics, and non-traditional investigative specialists) with whom I currently work with nationwide, are just as passionate about helping these families as I am, and are ready to hit the ground running,” Pucci said. “Through NILJ, we are all committed to helping these families get to the bottom of what happened to their loved ones, with the ultimate goal of seeking justice and when possible, closure as well.”

About the National Institute for Law and Justice

The National Institute for Law and Justice (NILJ) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 2022 in Nevada, USA by retired NYPD Detective Mark Pucci. NILJ’s mission is to provide management of investigative services for crime victims and their families who are searching for answers, resolution, and closure at no cost. For more information, visit nilj (dot) org.

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Retired Engineer Publishes Book Elaborating the Existence of an Omnipotent Creator

Author debunks and negates the popular theory of evolution

“The Myth About Evolution” by John Constantine Capleton is an engrossing read, giving a rational explanation of the universe’s origin.

At an early age, Capleton already had a fascination with creation and evolution. Through this book, he offers a scientific viewpoint on why God, an intelligent and omnipotent creator, is real. He believes that only God has the attributes to be the source of our existence. Further, he elaborates why the universe was planned and executed to manifest itself as an ordered system.

He also presents a detailed exploration on whether we have a real purpose here or not. In analyzing these, he attempts to determine which best fits how the world manifests itself and the possible source of its existence. He finds that there is nothing random about the order that people see and experience. He believes that order and randomness are mutually exclusive. The laws that control the material world are fixed and never change. Together, these generate universal order. These laws, he says, work to maintain harmony in the universe.

Well written and researched, “The Myth About Evolution” is recommended to skeptics, agnostics, and atheists alike. Capleton’s studies, observations, and experiences debunk the theory of evolution and will enlighten readers that there is indeed a higher power that guides us to maintain a spiritual order.

Author John Constantine Capleton was born in Oracabessa, a small town on the north coast of Jamaica. A retired engineer, Capleton had several hobbies and would switch from one to the other depending on his mood at any point in time. His hobbies included drawing, from an early age, which led to oil painting. He also made model cars, boats, and planes as a teenager. He also became interested in electronics, music, and woodworking. He now lives in Arizona with his wife. They have three daughters.
The Myth About Evolution
John Constantine Capleton
Book copies are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online retailers.

Towson, MD Retired Judge And Lacrosse Coach Publishes Book

Ten Hounds: A Personal Journal, a new book by Judge G. Darrell Russell, Jr., has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

Lacrosse has been a special sport in Baltimore and Maryland since the turn of the twentieth century. It flourished as an amateur sport in Baltimore in a manner unrivaled in the United States, except perhaps on Long Island and in upper state New York. Most of the colleges and universities in Maryland flourished in their lacrosse programs, primarily due to the presence of the best high school league in the US, namely, the MIAA (Maryland Independent Athletic Association). Schools like Navy, Maryland, Towson, Baltimore University, UMBC, and especially Johns Hopkins all produced strong nationally ranked lacrosse teams and many US championships. Amidst all these strong programs, Loyola College (now Loyola University Maryland) was floundering in mediocrity until the mid-1970s. Coach Darrell Russell convinced the Loyola administration to indulge the lacrosse program with scholarships and financial attention. A steady rise to the top began until Loyola won the NCAA Division-I national championship in 2012. This is the story of that journey, filled with entertaining anecdotes along the way.

About the Author
Judge G. Darrell Russell, Jr. retired as a member of the Maryland judiciary in 2011 after twenty- one years on the bench. He has since returned to the practice of law in Baltimore County, Maryland, specializing in criminal and traffic defense. As a young attorney in the 1970s he spent afternoons on the athletic fields of Loyola College coaching cross country, tennis and lacrosse. He later served as the first commissioner of the MILL, which became the NLL (National Lacrosse League). He became the general manager of the Baltimore Thunder of the MILL (Major Indoor Lacrosse League). Many of his players were Loyola College alums. He had a brief dance with stardom on the lacrosse field as an undergraduate at Loyola, wherein he earned a lifelong nickname of “Diamond.” He received his law degree from the University of Baltimore and his masters of liberal arts from Towson University. Judge Russell has four adult children, whom he coached in youth lacrosse. He lives in Towson, Maryland.

Ten Hounds: A Personal Journal is a 186-page paperback with a retail price of $15.00 and eBook ($10.00). The ISBN is 978-1-6480-4900-2. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at