It is coming down to the nitty gritty, June 10, 2014, primary election time for Sheriff of Clark County, Nevada. There is just one big question that you have to ask yourself: Do you want your police force to continue the extremely dubious work that it has been doing over the past ten years, or would you like to see your police force cleaned up, become righteous and honorable again?
The choice is clear: If you unthinkingly vote for anyone other than Gordon Martines, your police force will likely continue to unlawfully shoot and kill your family, neighbors, friends and even your pets, without any regard for accountability, transparency, or moral conscience or obligation to perform in a way that is lawful and right.
The police culture needs an overhauling big time, like never before, and Gordon Martines is the person to do it. In fact, Martines started years ago trying to internally set things right and keep Metro on the straight and narrow.
In January of 2011, Martines filed a Federal Lawsuit (Gordon Martines vs Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, et al.), against the current sheriff and fourteen other high-ranking defendants on the grounds of Corruption, Discrimination, Evidence Tampering, Malfeasance, False Police Reports, Unlawful Termination, False Arrest, Malicious Prosecution, Theft, Police Misconduct, and a First Amendment violation, which included coercion to lie about a criminal incident and false arrest of multiple suspects in a high-profile case, and four unsolved Murders, which resurfaced from legal depositions taken in June/July of 2013, and that had occurred in 1996, 2001, 2002, 2007.
One of the murders was especially egregious in that the severed head of LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey, 39 years old, was found 300 feet from Dailey’s burned out personal vehicle, near Lake Mead in the Henderson Police Department’s jurisdiction, on or around December 5, 2007.
A casual look at the circumstances reveal that this was probably a “Mob hit,” since Officer Dailey had come into approximately three million dollars from a medical malpractice settlement in or around 2006, quit work, and then shortly thereafter, lost all the money in bad real estate investments, and then was reinstated, murdered — his head severed — and dumped into the usual Mob dumping ground, near Lake Mead.
The HOA Scandal crew, the Russian Mafia, and the LVMPD Intelligence Section may all have been involved, as most all have a common link to a certain scheme and practice regarding the main players, most of whom either kill themselves or are murdered, if they become state’s witnesses, after they are indicted. What a tangled web!
Back to the election for Sheriff. Something tells me that the untimely retirements of high-ranking upper management police officials in 2013, such as Asst. Sheriff Ted Moody, Captain Larry Burns, Deputy Chief Greg McCurdy, Asst. Sheriff Ray Flynn, Asst. Sheriff Michael McClary, and the sudden change of mind and sudden anointment by Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, to now not run for a third term for Sheriff, makes me think that my little 2011 Federal lawsuit, and the following legal depositions taken in June/July of 2013, has made an impression on the upper police management of the LVMPD in that they seem to be running for the hills for no reason, unless they are involved in that criminal conduct, of course.
The FBI had requested and received, in August 2013, the legal depositions which depict the four unsolved murders that allegedly make the LVMPD Administration complicit. Something tells me that the FBI is holding back on the forthcoming indictments, so as not to affect the Sheriff’s race, and thus destroy what is left of the police infrastructure in our community, and its election process. If the hoped-for miracle occurs and I am elected to proceed to the general election, then the FBI could easily and quietly go ahead and indict the other sheriff candidates and nobody would be the wiser.
If the voters elect one or more of the current and former police administrators and candidates (Burns, Moody, or Lombardo), that would
pose a serious problem for the two candidates going to the general election — meaning they might be in handcuffs! (Only in Las Vegas.)
Your devoted Constitutional Sheriff Candidate, Gordon Martines.
Gordon Martines is a former LVMPD detective who has served in many
capacities over his 39-year career in law enforcement. He has been a candidate for sheriff in 2002, 2006, and 2010, is currently running for sheriff with the intention of bringing integrity and accountability back to the department, and filed a federal lawsuit against LVMPD in 2011. Martines now contributes his opinions and ideas to the Las Vegas Tribune to keep the public informed and help improve policing in Las Vegas. He has also appeared on the Face the Tribune radio program several times to share his plan for a better LVMPD if he should be elected sheriff.