Follow me Mother’s Day 2018. A peaceful congregation gathered in front of the Bellagio Fountains on Las Vegas Boulevard to commemorate Tashii Brown who was murdered at the hands of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Tashii’s life was taken too soon just one year prior on Mother’s Day 2017.
Follow me This past week, marked the debut episode of the “ACAB Radio” podcast, a collaboration between members of Food Not Bombs Las Vegas, Nevada Cop Block, and several other organizations based within the Las Vegas area. It was recorded live at the Happy Earth Market in Downtown Las Vegas
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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
Follow me Surprise! The good folks at the LVMPD have yet again, chosen to ignore their own rules. This time, it’s not related to “missing” video evidence that might show LVMPD employees murdering an innocent person, but to internal communications. Specifically, all written correspondence, including emails, that discuss Ramsey Denison
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 the video embedded below, Ramsey Denison, the director of “What Happened in Vegas,” and Las Vegas Attorney Stephen Stubbs, who also appears in the documentary, discuss several of the high ranking members of the LVMPD. As is pointed out in the video, those “leaders” have quite a