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Las Vegas Metro SWAT officer inside Mandalay Bay night of massacre: ‘Hey, is Route 91 a club here?’

LAS VEGAS — The October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre was the worst mass shooting in modern American history and the largest mass-casualty shooting incident in the history of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) and still the department’s […]

Las Vegas Metro SWAT officer inside Mandalay Bay night of massacre: ‘Hey, is Route 91 a club here?’

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LAS VEGAS — The October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre was the worst mass shooting in modern American history and the largest mass-casualty shooting incident in the history of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) and still the department’s […]

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Las Vegas Metro Police announce Hendrex fired one month after Baltimore Post-Examiner broke story

LAS VEGAS — On June 6 the Baltimore Post-Examiner broke the story that Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Field Training Officer Cordell Hendrex was no longer employed by the

Former Las Vegas cop’s stepdaughter involved in unsolved murder case: Judge claims

LAS VEGAS — It has been two years and eight months since the unsolved 2016 murders of Sydney Land and Nehemiah “Neo” Kauffman, whose bodies were discovered in their

Internal Affairs to Land: Las Vegas homicide detective didn’t violate policy when he leaked confidential information to judge

LAS VEGAS — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Internal Affairs said a homicide detective did not violate policy when he shared confidential details of a murder investigation to Las

Las Vegas police and prosecutorial corruption, misconduct forefront of sex-trafficker’s appeal

Liz Mercer and Chris Baughman ( 2012 LVMPD press briefing) Screenshot. LAS VEGAS — Attorneys representing convicted Las Vegas sex-trafficker Ocean Fleming are appealing his 2018 re-sentencing to the Supreme

Las Vegas Metro Police: Officer Cordell Hendrex who failed to take action during Massacre no longer employed

LAS VEGAS — Field Training Officer Cordell Hendrex is no longer employed with the department, according to three Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Communications Center operators who spoke

Nevada Supreme Court: Vegas Prosecutor Elizabeth Mercer committed prosecutorial misconduct in two cases

LAS VEGAS — Clark County Nevada Chief Deputy District Attorney Elizabeth Mercer who was accused of coercing witnesses along with some Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department vice detectives in

MGM Resorts International could pay $800 million to settle October 1 mass shooting lawsuits

LAS VEGAS — MGM Resorts International (MGMRI), the owners of the Mandalay Bay Hotel where gunman Stephen Paddock fired from his 32ndfloor suite killing 58 people at the Route

Nevada Supreme Court Ruling: Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson wins round one

LAS VEGAS — The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Friday that Las Vegas Township Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson is not required to answer written questions from the state Commission on Judicial

Boeing 737 ‘torture-taxi’ used for CIA renditions later purchased by MGM Resorts International from shell company

They were dubbed the “torture-taxi.” Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operated aircraft that were used to ferry kidnapped suspected terrorists in the now infamous U.S. rendition program to countries that permitted

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