Given the latest information about the unsolved, unreported, grisly beheading murder of LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey, 39 years old, on December 5, 2007, which happened to resurface from Legal Depositions pursuant to a 2011 Federal Lawsuit, (Gordon Martines vs LVMPD, Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, et al.), taken in June/July of 2013, it is quite apparent that the organized crime infiltration malignant cancerous disease of the police department administration, has had their say and had their way, in our community, for quite a long time.
All that is about to change, as more citizens are waking up to the fact that they too could end up with their head chopped off (literally), and tossed into the desert and left there to rot, if they don’t go along with LVMPD’s criminal scheme. More and more information and evidence is surfacing that paints a very dismal picture of what our current and past police administration has been up to, and how it has and is currently systematically raping this community.
Pay particular attention to the latest list of Sheriff Candidates that are or have recently been part of the executive administrative staff of the LVMPD. Complicity and knowledge of the many covered-up criminal offenses, including the 2007 unsolved murder of LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey, should give rise to the voter to consider whether or not they would like the present police culture to continue operating in our community.
The voter has it in his power to make that change and not be swayed by the fake superficial belief that the Law, especially in Las Vegas, is for sale, pretty much like most everything that’s in Las Vegas.
Being the “Constitution Restorationalist” that I am, it is easy to see one constitutional amendment after another being violated by the LVMPD against the poor unsuspecting citizens; but even more so, on a regular basis, against its own employees, such as in the murder case of Officer Kevin Dailey.
Agencies like the FBI, NSA, Secret Service, BATF and DEA are all organized and have a command structure very similar to one another. They all share one defined common rule while operating: they must never violate the United States Constitution or the Bill of Rights. If they do violate the law, they get “spanked” really hard and are forever marred, and all will know about it. (Consider the Benghazi Murder Scandal, for instance.)
An interesting aspect that comes from filing a Federal Lawsuit is that other “cross crime information and evidence” emerges while gathering pertinent information for the principle complaint issue. Witnesses suddenly come forth, evidence is uncovered, other victims of crime are discovered, and new crimes are revealed.
So what does one do when the suspect (LVMPD) in your complaint is also the suspect in the newly discovered crimes? You basically have one big mess. The only answer left is to contact the Federal Government Justice Dept., and ask for their help.
Unfortunately, that help comes in very slow portions and is very selective in its procedures and policies, which will usually force you to hire an attorney to help facilitate the processing of your Federal complaint-which, I might add, may take years and years to conclude.
To add salt to the wound, re-victimization of yourself and your witnesses is highly likely in the form of retaliatory acts committed by, in this case, the defendant (LVMPD). These retaliatory acts did include complete stoppage of pay and all income, denial of on-duty injury claims, denial of medical benefits, disappearance of 2200 hours of accrued leave, disregard of a court order and decision, unlawful termination, ethnic and age discrimination, threats to life, attempted murder-gunshot (2006), destructive tampering with vehicle, burglary of residence, grand larceny, and coercion.
As far as my actions and deeds in this long and torturous federal complaint go, I would not change a thing, as I look forward with great anticipation to my day in federal court.
Hopefully, the FBI’s investigation and indictments into Officer Kevin Dailey’s murder, along with the other three murders that resurfaced from the June/July 2013 depositions, will also conclude prior to the June 10th primary election for Sheriff. Que sera, sera.
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.