Mike Weber has investigated 21 cases of Munchausen by Proxy, leading to 6 prosecutions and 6 convictions with 2 cases pending. Mike Weber authored “Investigating Medical Child Abuse” for the FBI law Enforcement Bulletin (August 2018), a peer reviewed publication. Weber also co-authored “Munchausen by Proxy: Clinical and Case Management Guidance” published in the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children’s (APSAC) Advisor Journal (March 2018). In the same issue of the Advisor Journal, Weber authored "Investigations of Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another or Medical Child Abuse.” The Advisor is also a peer reviewed journal.
Mike Weber’s investigations on medical child abuse were featured in a special section of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram:
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s editorial board also endorsed Weber’s work:
Mike Weber’s Investigation of Hope Ybarra was featured on episode one, season one of HLN’s “Something’s Killing Me.”
CNN also publishes an article on Mike Weber’s work:
Mike Weber was the recipient of the 2016 National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s Texas Hero for Children’s Award for his work on Munchausen by Proxy and for his investigation into 20 year old sexual assault allegations which led to the conviction of Geronimo Aguilar, powerful leader of the Richmond Outreach Center Church in Richmond, VA.
Mike Weber provides training on how to investigate Munchausen by Proxy for all disciplines that may touch this criminal act. Weber’s trainings are flexible to fit audiences he is addressing. Weber uses real case examples from cases he investigated to illustrate both proper and improper techniques in these complicated criminal investigations.
Mike Weber can be contacted at [email protected] (direct link in social media tab on left of this page).