Police Brutality Henderson Nevada

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Follow me “What Happened in Vegas” — the superb documentary that focuses on Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department employee brutality, unaccountability, and cover-ups — was screened last week in Vegas to an audience hungry for truth and justice. Though the “bad apples” within the LVMPD have taken steps to dissuade

Video of Las Vegas Metro Police abuse has malfuntioned (yet again).

Follow me The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has the worst luck when it comes to cameras. Time after time, key evidence caught on video somehow, someway ends up disappearing. Sometimes, the camera that would have recorded the relevant moments just happened to be malfunctioning that day, as was the

First Amendment Auditors arrested for "unauthorized photography" inside public lobby of Bedford Park post office

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AMC Rainbow Promenade in Las Vegas will be holding a theater screening of "What Happened in Vegas" on March 19th

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

Officer Bret Theil LVMPD cop charged with dozens of counts related to the sexual abuse of a child

Follow me Last month, I posted about Bret Theil, who was one of two LVMPD officers to be involved in an armed standoff with Metro’s own SWAT team during the same week. Unlike most regular citizens, Theil survived his encounter with SWAT completely unscathed, in spite of being armed, and

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel ordered deputies not to enter school during Parkland FL. mass shooting

Follow me Last week, I posted about the revelation that Deputy Scot Peterson, the school cop assigned to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, had stood around outside during the Parkland mass shooting. Rather than enter the school and attempt to help the children being murdered, Peterson hid behind a car

School resource officer Scot Peterson stood outside while Nikolas Cruz killed 17 students

Follow me Updated: This post has now been updated (see below) to include additional information that indicates at least three other Broward County Sheriff’s deputies (four total, including Peterson) hid outside rather than enter the school and attempt to stop the shooting.  As school shooter Nikolas Cruz was walking around

LVMPD SWAT Team Commander Lt Tom Melton is facing charges relating to defrauding an elderly couple

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.

Newly hired Henderson NV Deputy Chief of Police Thedrick Andres shot Juan May during an off-duty incident while he was a sergeant at the Arlington Police Department in Texas

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