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Did Las Vegas D.A. Steve Wolfson and Sheriff Joe Lombardo cover up corruption?

LAS VEGAS — Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson and Sheriff Joe Lombardo stopped a further inquiry into allegations of police and prosecutorial corruption that could have been exposed through court testimony in 2018, according to records reviewed by the […]

Did Las Vegas D.A. Steve Wolfson and Sheriff Joe Lombardo cover up corruption?

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LAS VEGAS — Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson and Sheriff Joe Lombardo stopped a further inquiry into allegations of police and prosecutorial corruption that could have been exposed through court testimony in 2018, according to records reviewed by the […]

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Frank Robinson taught us about race that Virginia politicians can’t seem to grasp

Frank Robinson was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.  (Wikipedia) BALTIMORE – As one measure of American enlightenment on race, here we are, 44 years after Frank Robinson became the

Super Bowl LIII: Defense was the name of the game

I will skip my usual format and get right to it. Going into this Super Bowl, it was easy to see two teams with enough offensive fireworks to break

State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby at odds with police over marijuana arrests

BALTIMORE – The last time State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby fought with the Baltimore Police Department, a big piece of this city was on fire. This time, the fight’s only

Las Vegas sex-trafficker who is suspect in unsolved double homicide threatened victims weeks before the murders

LAS VEGAS — The murders of Sydney Land, 21 and Nehemiah ‘Neo” Kauffman, 20, were both found dead in their Northwest Las Vegas, Nevada apartment on October 27, 2016 may

Super Bowl Week Part 1: The ‘why’ of it

It’s Super Bowl week and I figure what the heck, why not break up my Super Bowl week coverage of the NFL into two parts? After all, the game

If you want to learn about the FBI’s investigation of the Las Vegas Massacre you will have to pay $3,000 and travel to California

Special Agent-in-Charge Aaron Rouse and Sheriff  Joe Lombardo (Screenshot) LAS VEGAS — The FBI Las Vegas Division’s Special Agent in Charge Aaron Rouse, will be the opening keynote speaker at

Las Vegas Massacre civil suit heads toward mediation

LAS VEGAS — California attorney Catherine Lombardo (no relation to Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo) one of several attorneys representing victims of the Las Vegas Massacre posted last week the

Super Bowl Prequel: The controversy is over, it’s time to move on

With this being the off week between the conference championships and the Super Bowl, I thought I would use it to comment on a few things circulating the news

FBI concludes investigation into Las Vegas Massacre saying Stephen Paddock wanted ‘infamy’

LAS VEGAS — After a 16-month investigation into the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre, the FBI released a three-page summary report on their findings that says shooter Stephen

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