Follow me As has been noted here numerous times in the past, the documentary “What Happened in Vegas” by director Ramsey Denison exposes the corruption, racism, and violence prevalent throughout the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. It also puts on display the cover-ups and character assassination of their victims that
Follow me In August of last year, I reported on Lt. Tom Melton, the commander of one of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department‘s SWAT teams. At that time, it had just been announced publicly that Melton was under investigation in relation to the financial exploitation of an elderly couple.
Follow me As was detailed by Joey Lankowski in a post here at NVCopBlock.org last month, both former Chief of Police Patrick Moers and his second in command, Deputy Police Chief Bobby Long, were forced to resign over sexual harassment allegations last year. In November, LaTesha Watson, formerly a deputy
Follow me Bret Theil, one of the LVMPD officers that (eventually) entered Stephen Paddock’s room, was arrested for sexual abuse of a child, leading to speculation of ulterior motives for those charges. Yesterday, I did a post about LVMPD Officer Bret Theil, the latest in a long and fast growing
Follow me On Wednesday (Feb. 7), it was announced that Officer Bret Theil, who has been with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department since 1998, had been indicted on charges related to the sexual abuse of a child. After his indictment was announced, Theil was involved in an armed standoff
Follow me Lawyers for Las Vegas Police Officer Kenneth Lopera (he didn’t personally attend) were in court Thursday (Jan. 25) for a preliminary hearing. It was described in a story by the local Fox affiliate as a date-setting hearing. In May of 2017, Lopera used an illegal choke-hold to murder
Follow me It should come as no surprise to our readers that our police here in Nevada, Las Vegas Metro in particular, are corrupt from the top down. From Metro’s Sheriff “Lyin’ Joe” Lombardo, his Undersheriff Kevin “Vagina Man” McMahill, all the way down to Commanders like Captain Yasenia Yatomi,