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Colorado Police Planned to Sell 80-Year Old Crime Victim’s Car Instead of Returning It To Her

Colorado Springs Police Car Auction Senior Citizen Victim

When 80 year old Mary Antrim’s stolen car was used in a robbery, Colorado Springs police told her it was on hold as evidence, then tried to auction it off without notifying her.

Back in June, Mary Antrim’s car, a Ford Crown Victoria, was stolen in Pueblo, Colorado. A few days later, it was recovered about 45 miles away by police in Colorado Springs after the unnamed person(s) who stole it used it in an aggravated robbery.

However, instead of returning her car once they recovered it, Colorado Springs police informed Antrim that it was being held as evidence. Then Antrim says they stopped answering her calls. The next time she heard anything her car, it had been scheduled to be auctioned off.

Via KOAA.com:

“They (police) told me it was involved in a robbery and that it was being held for evidence and that’s all I was told,” Mary said.

That information was give to Mary on June 5—more than a month ago!

“I’ve called them (police) every week to find out where the car is at and what’s going on with the car,” Mary said. “No one has called me back.”

Fast fast forward to July 10—Mary logs onto her computer and discovers her car is set to be auctioned off in September.

“I was dumbfounded,” she said. “I thought how in the world can the car go from being on hold for evidence and now it’s on hand and being ready to go to auction. I couldn’t believe that…”

“I need my car for my doctors appointments that I have to go to,” Mary said. “That’s my transportation and I’m 80 years old and I’d like to have my car back so I can do what I have to do.”

At that point, Antrim contacted one of those consumer investigation teams for a local news station. When KOAA News 5, the local NBC affiliate, called on her behalf they were told that the car was up for auction because she owed $178 for impound fees.

The problem with that answer, though, is that the Colorado Springs Police Department policy states that crime victims whose cars are impounded are not supposed to be charged storage fees. Another issue is that neither Antrim, nor her husband Clyde, were ever informed that the car had been released from the hold that had been placed on it as evidence.

In fact, the CSPD was even caught a lie regarding the latter requirement. When question, the department initially claimed that they had sent a letter to the Antrims on July 7th stated that the car had been released and giving them until September 11th to claim it before it would be auctioned.

However, the letter that was sent out was postmarked July 11th. By some odd coincidence, that just happened to be the same day that the TV station first contacted the Colorado Springs police about Antrim’s car.

Fortunately for Antrim, in the end, once the media was involved the police waived all of the impound fees (that she should have never been charged in the first place). The next day, her car was released and she was able to go down and reclaim it with being extorted out of any money first.

Meanwhile, the Colorado Springs Police Department hasn’t apologized or even offered an explanation for their “mistake.” Reportedly, they stated that they are “looking into it,” though. And we all know how thorough those internal investigations tend to be. I’m sure they’ll get right to the bottom of this whole thing.

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Tashii Brown’s Mother Calls For Murder Charge Against Las Vegas Cop At “What Happened in Vegas” Screening

Tashii Farmer Brown Family Mother Trinita What Happened in Vegas ScreeningLast week, following a screening of “What Happened in Vegas,” Tashii Farmer-Brown‘s mother, Trenita Farmer, addressed the media in attendance. The statement, quoted below, represents the first time that Brown’s family had spoken publicly since he was murdered in May (2017) by Las Vegas Police at the Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip.

Over 200 people attended the July 20th screening at the Anthem Film Festival, which is part of Freedom Fest inside the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The screening was very well received (it was later awarded the film festival’s grand prize) and the majority of those people stayed for the press conference. In addition, a question and answer panel followed featuring director Ramsey Denison, producer Randy Wiles, and Neill Franklin of LEAP.

Las Vegas Metro LVMPD Police State ChalkDuring the screening, Trinita and other members of Brown’s family left the room after becoming emotional and were unable to watch the film. There were others in the audience, including family members of other people featured in it, that also began crying. The four cases that “What Happened in Vegas” focuses on, those of Brown, Trevon Cole, Erik Scott, and Stanley Gibson, are some of the most controversial killings by police in the history of Las Vegas.

Tashii Brown’s murder, which was caught on both Lopera’s body camera and casino surveillance footage, was so graphic and so obviously unnecessary that his story was added to the video just prior to this screening. In the months since, Lopera’s actions and the response of the LVMPD’s leadership has been questioned heavily, both locally and nationally.

As is typical for crimes committed by their officers, Metro immediately began attempting to blame the victim by smearing Brown’s character. Also, even though Officer Lopera eventually became the first Las Vegas area police officer to be charged with a crime as a result of killing someone while on duty, he was only charged with Involuntary Manslaughter.

Within her statement, Farmer addressed that low level charge and called for Clark County District Attorney Steve to charge Lopera with the appropriate one. While she didn’t specify it herself, it shouldn’t be hard to figure out that the crime Officer Kenneth Lopera committed that day was murder.

Here is the full text of Trinita Farmer’s statement. Below that is video of the press conference.

“I’d like to thank everybody for coming today. I’m happy that the police officer that killed my son has been charged, but it’s not enough. If it was a regular person, a citizen, they wouldn’t have been so lenient on them. Because it was an officer, he was given special treatment. I call on District Attorney Wolfson to re-examine the case and charge this officer appropriately.

Tashii was my heart. He was a good son, a good father. And he had a lot of dreams. They never gave him a chance. He didn’t deserve this. I thank you guys for coming.”

Statement by Tashii Brown’s Mother Trinita Farmer

Tashii Brown’s Mother and “What Happened in Vegas” Q&A Panel Discussion

On May 14th, Tashii Brown was beaten, tased at least seven times, and then choked to death by LVMPD Officer Kenneth Lopera. Brown had approached Lopera and another officer inside the Venetian Casino asking for help, stating he thought someone was chasing him. Instead of receiving that help, he was treated like a suspect by the officers, then chased into a parking area after he became afraid and tried to run away.

The choke hold that Ofc. Lopera used to kill Brown was not authorized by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, nor is use of a taser more than four times. Metro has also publicly admitted that Brown was not suspected of any crime at the time and in fact would not have been charged with a crime had he survived Lopera’s attack.

Therefore, Lopera had no legal reason to detain him in the first place. At the time that he began illegally choking him, Brown was also already being held down by at least two hotel security guards and did not represent a threat to anyone. Officer Lopera also refused to relinquish that “rear naked” choke hold when other officers that arrived at the scene told him to.

Body Cam Video of Tashii Farmer-Brown Murder by Officer Kenneth Lopera

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Mother of Tashii Farmer-Brown to Hold Press Conference After “What Happened in Vegas” Screening at Anthem Film Festival

What Happened in Vegas Documentary LVMPD Tashii Farmer Brown

Following a screening of “What Happened in Vegas” on July 20th, 2017 at the Anthem Film Festival, which is part of Freedom Fest in Las Vegas, the mother of Tashii Farmer-Brown will give her first press conference.

Trinita Farmer, whose son was killed on May 14th by a police officer in a parking lot outside the Las Vegas Venetian Hotel, has previously refused requests for interviews. Tashii is featured in the documentary, which includes moving footage from his funeral. The funeral was closed to the press.

What Happened in Vegas,” directed by Ramsey Denison, documents four murder cases in which all of the victims were killed by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) officers: Tashii, a black man who was choked to death after asking a police officer for help; Trevon Cole, a small-time drug dealer; Erik Scott, a decorated ex-army officer and West Point graduate shot in a Costco parking lot; and Stanley Gibson, a disoriented combat army veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.

Also attending the post-screening press conference will be family members of the other victims; director Ramsey Denison; Larry Burns, a 27-year veteran of the LVMPD and former candidate for sheriff; and Neill Franklin, executive director of LEAP (Law Enforcement Action Partnership).

The film screening is open to members of the press and begins at 3:20pm PT.  The press conference will follow the film at approximately 4:50pm PT.  Both events will take place in the Versailles 3 room of the Paris Las Vegas Conference Center, July 20, 2017.

Members of the media who wish to request credentials to the film screening and/or to the press conference should contact Norann Dillon at [email protected] or 855-850-3733 x206.  Media are asked to check in at the main registration desk in the Exhibit Hall (Concord Ballroom).

For information on the Anthem Film Festival, contact Jo Ann Skousen at [email protected] or 407-620-9025.

The Anthem Libertarian Film Festival focuses on films about individuality, choice and accountability. It is part of FreedomFest, an annual event that brings together over 2,000 attendees and 250 speakers with sessions on public policy, history, science & technology, art & literature, health & wellness, investments and economics. FreedomFest has been called “the world’s largest gathering of free minds.”   This year’s conference runs July 19-22, 2017, at the Paris Las Vegas.

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“What Happened in Vegas” Anti-Police Brutality Documentary to Show at Anthem Film Festival (Freedom Fest) July 20th

What Happened In Vegas Ramsey Denison LVMPD Documentary Movie Police Brutality

On July 20th at 3:20pm, “What Happened in Vegas,” the documentary by director Ramsey Denison about police brutality, corruption, and cover-ups within the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (AKA: “Metro“) will be screening during the Anthem Film Festival. The annual film festival, which takes place from July 19th to the 22nd, is part of Freedom Fest, which is also held annually here in Las Vegas.

The screening will be held at the Paris Hotel and Casino, which is located on the Las Vegas Strip. Passes for an entire day, as well as all access passes for the entire festival, can be purchased in advance at their online ticket link. (Freedom Fest tickets are also available at the same link.) In addition, tickets for individual screenings can be bought at the door for $10.

As has been previously reported here at Nevada Cop Block, What Happened in Vegas premiered at the Ciniquest Film Festival in March and received rave reviews from critics during multiple showings there. This will be the second screening held here in Las Vegas. Previously, in April, the movie showed at the Las Vegas Black Film Festival and won the award for best documentary.

What Happened in Vegas focuses on the murders of Trevon Cole, Erik Scott, and Stanley Gibson by Las Vegas police officers and the cover ups of those murders by the leadership of the LVMPD. All three of those shootings were extremely controversial and heavily debated at the time they took place within Las Vegas.

However, none of them received widespread coverage by the media outside of Las Vegas. That lack of publicity for police killings and the role the local media, politicians, and casinos play in that is a major focal point of the movie. In addition, several cases of police brutality, racial profiling, and false arrests by members of Metro are also highlighted.

(Full Disclosure: I am personally in the movie. Stanley Gibson was a personal friend of mine and I also contributed general knowledge about other cases that I have learned through involvement with Nevada Cop Block and police brutality activism within Las Vegas.)

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The LVMPD Gang Task Force is Corrupt and it Extends All the Way to the Top

LVMPD Gang Task Force Corruption Stephen Stubbs

Las Vegas lawyer Stephen Stubbs discusses corruption within the LVMPD Gang Task Force, why it goes all the way to the top, and their retaliation attempts.

The video above was made by Stephen Stubbs, a Las Vegas attorney. Stubbs has been featured many times on Nevada Cop Block (see the first “Related Posts” section below) both for issues involving clients he is representing, as well as several times when he himself has been the target of the LVMPD or other Las Vegas area police departments.

In this video, he discusses corruption within the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Gang Task Force and shows how it isn’t just the proverbial “Few Bad Apples” involved, but rather how it extends all the way up to the top of the leadership of the Task Force and Metro itself.

He discusses the case where he first was the subject of a CopBlock post, in which he was illegally arrested by (now) Lt. Yesenia Yatomi after he refused an unconstitutional order to leave while they questioned one of his clients. He also discusses other instances in which he has personally been targeted by the LVMPD, including one where they tried to ruin his reputation and possibly even put him in a position to be harmed physically by starting a rumor that he was a confidential informant.

Personally, I think the corruption is far from limited to the Gang Task Force or even the LVMPD. Las Vegas area police are incredibly corrupt from top to bottom. And just in case you need a refresher on that corruption I’ve included a section below that links to every post on CopBlock.org that involves the LVMPD and/or other Las Vegas area police departments.

While I didn’t go through and do an official, scientific count (because I have to sleep sometime), I have very little doubt that the 150+ posts included in the two “Related Posts” sections below represent the largest number (by far) of posts involving any single metropolitan area in the country on Cop Block. So, if you have a few free days or a holiday weekend coming up, scroll through there sometime and see just how many times Las Vegas area police have been caught red handed in their corruption and abuse.

From the Video Description on Youtube

See how the following LVMPD cops are dirty:

  1. Detective Joe Gagliardi
  2. Detective John Woosnam
  3. Now Lieutenant Yesenia Yatomi
  4. Officer Chris Hall
  5. Deputy Chief James Owens
  6. Former LVMPD Sheriff Doug Gillespie

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Lt. Yatomi is Promoted and Put in Charge of Internal Affairs

Related Posts Submitted By or About Stephen Stubbs:

Stephen-Stubbs-CopBlockThose of you that have followed CopBlock.org over the past several years are probably already aware that Stephen Stubbs is a frequent contributor of submissions to Nevada Cop Block. He often represents bikers and motorcycle organizations, whom are frequent targets of harassment from the police. In addition, I have personally worked with Stephen on a somewhat regular basis through Nevada Cop Block on issues or cases within the Las Vegas area.

Therefore, there is a pretty lengthy (and growing) list of posts on Cop Block involving Stephen Stubbs, his clients, and/or people or groups he is associated with. Included below are links to those posts.

  1. Head of LVMPD Internal Affairs Ordered to Answer Perjury/Withholding Evidence Charges in Court
  2. Head of LVMPD Internal Affairs Accused of Perjury; Judge Recused Self Due to “Negative Opinion” of Her
  3. Boulder City (NV) Police “Employee of the Year” Commits Perjury to Arrest Man Interfering With Revenue Generation
  4. Las Vegas Metro Police Illegally Search; Sexually Assault Innocent Man to Justify Bullshit Arrest
  5. Las Vegas Attorney Stephen Stubbs: “Stand Up and Tell the Truth” – Why #PoliceLiesMatter
  6. Man Beaten by Las Vegas Police For Not Moving Fast Enough Awarded $31,500 Settlement
  7. Full Waco Twin Peaks Biker Shooting Videos; Witness Statement Made Public
  8. Know Your Rights Seminar At Las Vegas “Rally For Your Rights”
  9. Waco, TX; Twin Peaks Shootings Arrests – June 10th Call Flood
  10. Nevada Police Chief Resigns After Protecting Animal Shelter Supervisor Who Killed Pets
  11. Fired NV Police Chief Ordered to Pay Punitive Damages in Abuse of Authority Lawsuit
  12. Las Vegas Attorney Stephen Stubbs Found Not Guilty in 5th Amendment Right to Counsel Case
  13. Game Over for Insert Coins’ and Their Abusive Bouncers
  14. Dance, Dance Revolution Protest at Insert Coins Las Vegas- Feb. 26, 2015
  15. Insert Coin(s) Las Vegas Bouncers Beat Man and Obstruct Witness Trying to Film
  16. Las Vegas Police Promise “Fundamental Policy Changes” after Dominic Gennarino Beating
  17. Las Vegas Police Beat a Man for “Not Moving Fast Enough”
  18. Las Vegas Police Agree That You Should Film Them
  19. Free Know Your Rights Seminar in Las Vegas
  20. Attorney Stephen Stubbs Arrested for Refusing to Leave His Client’s Side

Other Related Posts About the LVMPD/Las Vegas Area Police

  1. Las Vegas Cops Demand ID, Attempt to Intimidate, Then Issue Threat When Refused
  2. LVMPD Public Police Fatality Review for Thomas McEniry to be Held Monday September 19th
  3. Las Vegas Mom of Autistic Man Paints Giant Message to Cops on Her Garage After Previous Assault
  4. Wife of Henderson Police Lieutenant Arrested For Forgery, Stealing From Las Vegas College, and Drug Charges
  5. Las Vegas Judge Continues Bizarre, Out of Control Behavior; Throws Family of Murder Victims Out of Court; Threatens to Arrest Reporter
  6. Family of Abel Correa Files Federal Lawsuit Against Las Vegas Police Over 2015 Fatal Shooting
  7. Las Vegas School Cop Accused of Assaulting Student and Staff Looked “a Little Bit Crazy-Like” While Swinging Baton
  8. R.I.P. Sean Gruber – Yet Another Victim of the LVMPD
  9. Photos Show Abuse of Dog by Las Vegas Corrections Officer Brian Emil
  10. Contempt Charge Against Defense Attorney Who was Handcuffed in Court by Las Vegas Judge Dismissed
  11. LVMPD Police Arrive 90 Minutes After Home Invasion 911 Call; Cite Homeowner Instead of Attackers
  12. Handcuffed Woman Brutalized By Vegas Cop Receives $200K Settlement
  13. LVMPD Officer Charged with Driving Drunk And Hit and Run After Causing Several Accidents on Freeway
  14. Until Cops Stop Killing “Civilians,” Every Uniformed Police Officer in America is in Danger
  15. Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Who Sent Dick Pics to Dispatcher Denied Reinstatement
  16. Nevada Cop Filmed Kicking Man In Diabetic Shock In Head Five Times Promoted
  17. Four Days in a Las Vegas Jail for Protesting Government Murder by Drones
  18. Las Vegas Judge Who Handcuffed Defense Attorney During Trial Taught Lesson by Voters
  19. Head of Las Vegas School Police Internal Affairs Under Investigation for Misconduct, Suppressing Evidence
  20. Las Vegas Corrections Officer Arrested on “Prostitution Related Crime” Once Again (Update)
  21. Las Vegas Police Jailed Paraplegic for Two Weeks; Accused of Robbery Where Suspect Ran Away
  22. Las Vegas School Cop Charged With Assaulting Student and Staff Member With Baton Enters Plea
  23. Update: Shooting Nevada Inmates With Birdshot Banned by New NDOC Director (For Now)
  24. An Open Letter to Las Vegas Judge Who Handcuffed A Defense Attorney in Court
  25. Las Vegas Protesters “De-Arrest” Innocent Bicyclist After LVMPD Harassment on May Day
  26. Las Vegas Judge Has Defense Attorney Handcuffed During Trial to “Teach Her a Lesson”
  27. “Decorated” Las Vegas Cop Charged With Arson And Fraud After Burning His Own Vehicles
  28. Nevada Prison Guard Charged With Manslaughter in Fatal Shooting of Inmates
  29. Former Boulder City NV Police Chief Takes Plea Deal on Charges Related to Animal Cruelty Scandal
  30. Former Boulder City Nevada Police Chief Charged Over Animal Cruelty Cover-Up
  31. Official Report: Nevada Prison Guards Blamed For Fatal Shooting of Inmates
  32. Within Scope Of Their Duties: Las Vegas School Police Got Teens Drunk, Covered It Up After Deadly DUI
  33. Update: Woman Beaten by LVMPD Officer For Littering Has Filed Civil Rights Lawsuit
  34. LVMPD Sued By Man Shown on Video Being Attacked by Police at Hard Rock Casino
  35. Update: Details Released in Latest Incident Involving James Burt, LVMPD’s Serial Woman Abuser
  36. Talking to People Being Extorted/Harassed by Police No Longer Arrestable Offense in Las Vegas
  37. Masturbating Janitor Case Exposes Cover-Up of Las Vegas School Cop’s Sex Crimes
  38. LVMPD Officer James Burt Charged With Domestic Battery And Kidnapping (Again)
  39. Nevada Police Chief Resigns After Protecting Animal Shelter Supervisor Who Killed Pets
  40. Las Vegas Cop Faces Federal Civil Rights Charges Over Beating of Woman For Littering
  41. Henderson NV Police Allowed K9 to Bite One Year Old After Detaining Wrong Man
  42. Off Duty Las Vegas Cops “Accidentally” Shoot at Relative 27 Times
  43. LVMPD Corrections Officer Robert Moore Arrested on “Prostitution Related Crime”
  44. LVMPD Claims Thomas McEniry Pointed a Gun at Officers; Their Own Video Shows Otherwise
  45. Former Las Vegas County Commissioner Tom Collins Arrested for DUI
  46. Witnesses Dispute Official Story in Latest Shooting by LVMPD
  47. Lawsuit: Henderson, NV Police Unlawfully Jailed Woman For Six Months
  48. Las Vegas Police Facing Lawsuit Over Arrests of Medical Marijuana Patients
  49. Not Playing Around: How Police Support Culture Hurts Our Children
  50. Nevada Prison Guards Will Continue Murdering Inmates With Shotguns
  51. Will Lamar Odom Survive Long Enough to go to Prison for Harming No-One But Himself?
  52. Las Vegas School Police Officer Causes Drunken Car Accident Assaults/Pulls Gun on Victims
  53. Jesus Arevalo, the LVMPD Cop Who Murdered Stanley Gibson, Ends Up in Jail (For 10 Days)
  54. TSA Agent Claims You Need Their Permission to Record Airport Screening Pat Down
  55. “Shoot Cops” Las Vegas Company Uses Shock Value to Promote Filming the Police
  56. Las Vegas Police Make It Very Clear They Don’t Understand the First Amendment at Chalk Protest
  57. Maybe Las Vegas Needs a Riot (Via Submission)
  58. Oppose the Return of the More Cops Tax to Las Vegas: Tuesday Sept. 1st
  59. Henderson, NV Police Dismissed Traffic Tickets for “Interest of Justice Family/Friends of HPD”
  60. Las Vegas Marshals Block Handicap Space; Make It Very Clear They Don’t Care About Disabled
  61. An Open Letter to Cops, Their Families, and the Average Statist
  62. Las Vegas Metro Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Fatal Shooting Of Mentally Disabled Man
  63. DUI Checkpoint: How To Assert Your Rights Without Saying a Word
  64. Las Vegas Lawsuit Aims to Curb Courts’ Revenue Generation Focus
  65. Nevada Medical Marijuana Patient Freed by Jury Nullification
  66. “Chalk the Police State” with Nevada Cop Block on July 18th
  67. N. Las Vegas Police Chief Admitted Covering Up for Mayor in Child Porn Investigation
  68. Las Vegas Detective Gets Off With Probation for Attacking Prostitute After Price Dispute
  69. Copwatching in Las Vegas: Officer McFidgety
  70. LVMPD Giving $50k of Taxpayer Money to Man in “Distraction Grenade” Case
  71. NV Court Upholds Firing of NLV Cop for Covering Up Brother’s Robbery
  72. North Las Vegas Anti-Police Brutality Protest – Wed. June 24th – 7pm (Update)
  73. Las Vegas Cop Shot Unarmed Man; Won’t Be Charged Since He Was Only Witness
  74. Reliance on Traffic Ticket Revenue Has Left Nevada Supreme Court Broke
  75. Nevada Lawsuits Claim Prison Guards Instigated a Fight, then Shot Inmates
  76. Las Vegas Metro Cop Joins the Growing List of Police Pedophiles/Rapists
  77. In Nevada, the Most Distinctive Cause of Death is the Police
  78. Cops Harass and Arrest Sick People at Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Event
  79. Bill Scott Testimony in Support of NV Bodycam Bill: “My Son Erik Might Be Alive Today…”
  80. Putting Revenue Generation Above Public Safety at Las Vegas’ “Money Hungry” Municipal Courts
  81. Las Vegas, NV Police (and Security/BLM) Brutality Video Compilation #2
  82. “The Vegas Biker” Confronts Las Vegas Metro Police Officer Over Bad Driving
  83. Las Vegas Police Review of D’Andre Berghardt Jr. Murder Scheduled for Today
  84. Las Vegas Cops Shot My Son Nine Times; Seven Times in his Back
  85. Cops Get Owned at Las Vegas DUI Checkpoint
  86. Las Vegas Metro Police Brutality Inside Clark County Detention Center
  87. The $11.8B Militarization of Nevada’s Police Departments
  88. Police Violence and Gentrification in Las Vegas
  89. Nevada Cop Block Members File Lawsuit vs Las Vegas Police Over Chalk Arrests
  90. Monthly First Friday Outreach & Downtown CopWatch in Las Vegas
  91. Interview with Erik Scott’s Father Inspires Death Threats
  92. Another Case of Las Vegas Police Just Doing their Job
  93. Bill Scott, Father of Erik Who Was Killed by LVMPD, Interviewed by Bill Buppert of ZeroGov.com
  94. Las Vegas Constable John Bonaventura Ordered Cover Up of illegal Data Searches
  95. Somebody Saw Unpopular Opinions, Somebody Said Something
  96. LVMPD Use of Force Policy Reforms a Grand Success
  97. How Would You Handle the Armed Men in Nevada?
  98. Armed Federal Agents Taser Bundy Ranch Protesters
  99. More Cops Does Not Mean More Justice For Las Vegas
  100. Las Vegas Law Enforcers Breaking The Law!
  101. Disturbing Video Shows Court Officer Sexually Assaulting & Arresting Mother While Judge Does Nothing
  102. Kelly W. Patterson of NVCopBlock On Non Partisan Liberty For All
  103. Did the LVMPD Retaliate Against Nevada Cop Block Members?
  104. No “More Cops” for the LVMPD; They Aren’t Needed and They Aren’t Wanted
  105. An Open Letter to LVMPD Sheriff Doug Gillespie From Stanley Gibson’s Widow
  106. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: The LVMPD’s Killer Reputation
  107. LVMPD Lies About Jaywalking Because They Don’t Like Being Recorded
  108. Five on Vegas Use of Force Board Resign per LVMPD Whitewash of Shootings
  109. Cops Steal House of Law-Abiding Citizens
  110. Interview With Nevada Cop Block Editor, Kelly W. Patterson, RE: “Second Saturday” Graffiti Arrest
  111. Chalk the Police State – July 18th Support the “Sunset 3”
  112. Man Wearing LVMPD Badge Said to Have Purposely Run Over Dog
  113. Henderson, NV Cops Break Into Illegally Occupy Home
  114. LVMPD Employees Kidnap/Cage Kelly Patterson & Ballentine for Victimless Action
  115. Las Vegas Metro Police: Chalk Washes Off, But Injustice Never Will
  116. Clark County, Nevada Bailiff Has Woman Arrested For Reporting He Groped Her in Family Court
  117. Will There Ever Be Justice for Stanley Gibson?
  118. Twenty-Five Feet of Injustice in Las Vegas
  119. Las Vegas Police Budget Cuts: Minorities And Poor People Finally Benefit From the Recession
  120. After Henderson Police Beat Man in Diabetic Shock, Nevada Residents Pay for It
  121. Las Vegas DUI Checkpoint Refusal
  122. Las Vegas: Beware of Gang Activity in Your Neighborhood!
  123. Justice for Stanley Gibson or Just an End-Around Coroner’s Inquest Reforms?
  124. Las Vegas Copblock’d – Illegal Parking by Police Officer
  125. Erik Scott’s Murder: What Happens in the LVMPD, Stays in the LVMPD
  126. Las Vegas Cop Edward Little Teaches Us How To Kill Your Lover’s Husband And Get Away With It
  127. Obey, Submit, Comply: A Rape Model Created by Law Enforcement
  128. What You Should Be Able to Say to a Cop… But Don’t Dare To
  129. NV Highway Patrol Cop Blocked on Vegas Strip
  130. NLV Cop Faked “Saved by the Badge” Shooting to be Called a Hero
  131. Trevon Cole Murdered by Las Vegas Police Officer Bryan Yant During Drug Raid
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