It would be safe to say that the up and coming 2014 Sheriff’s election
police department administration and leadership has become.
The Las Vegas Tribune has noticed the foundation being laid out by the
daily newspaper, in support of former Asst. Sheriff Theodore Moody to
possibly run for Clark County Sheriff against his former boss and
mentor, the $42 million sheriff, Douglas Gillespie, because of the
little tiff between them about the decision to not fire Officer
Roston, and the resignation of six members of the Use of Force Board.
Just spreading the political field comes to mind.
The Las Vegas Tribune published a front-page article advising the
public that this “Board” was nothing more than “smoke and mirrors,”
and was created in order to satisfy the Fed’s recommendations to help
fix Metro’s reputation and improve their public relations in our
The newspaper predicts the former head of the “Board,” former Asst.
Sheriff Theodore Moody, more than likely had falsely convinced the
civilian members of the Board that their voice would count for
something and be loudly heard with regards to punishment to officers
that used deadly force indiscriminately. Sadly, it was another scam.
The Tribune doesn’t quite buy this present strategy and the past
strategy all the way as being quite truthful for several reasons:
i.e., both Sheriff Gillespie and former Asst. Sheriff Theodore Moody
are still both named as defendants, along with twelve others, in a
Discrimination EEOC Federal Lawsuit initiated by Detective Gordon
Martines, submitted in January of 2011.
Unexpectedly, according to our sources, some rather explosive
information has recently emerged from Legal Depositions taken in
Detective Martines’ Federal Lawsuit, in that four old “murders,”
dating back to 1996, 2001, 2007 and 2010, were allegedly covered up by
complicit Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department personnel, which
yielded heavily embroidered, wrongfully manipulated, and maliciously
derailed false reporting of Homicide/Murder Investigations, all of
which has now recently come to light on the record, with added
eyewitness testimony and evidence that, according to Federal Judge
George Foley, Jr., will literally blow the lid off of the LVMPD.
The Las Vegas Tribune believes that the information that it also now
possesses, along with the corroboration of the recent detailed Legal
Depositions from witnesses in Detective Martines’ Federal Lawsuit,
leads to a strong possibility that several LVMPD employees,
(commissioned and civilian) may be looking at some indictments and
some serious prison time.
The HOA Scandal, which was massive in its entire scope, will seem
minor in comparison to what criminal charges will be coming out of
this Federal Lawsuit Investigation, along with the indictments of some
very high-powered people that had knowledge of and directly
participated in the covering up and false reporting of these egregious
criminal acts, which by the way have no statute of limitations.
Our sources tell us that they fear for their own safety, their
families’ safety and the safety of their friends, and anyone else that
is knowledgeable about this new information, especially if they work
for and are employed by the LVMPD.
Our sources further tell us that U.S. Attorney Daniel Bogden, Senator
Harry Reid, and Senator Dean Heller have the new details of these old
murders that have occurred in Nevada under their jurisdiction.
At this point the Las Vegas Tribune does not want to and will not
divulge any particular further information that could hinder this new
investigation, and destroy or divert any investigative strategy that
may be in progress, but it is enough to say that whatever
investigative unit has been assigned to work this case, they’ll have
plenty of different crimes from which to pick and it is pretty much
laid out as to who the primary suspects are in those crimes.
The Las Vegas Tribune believes the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police
Department has abused its authority and power for way too long and has
enjoyed that power to enhance its own effectiveness. It is no wonder
that the community on the whole is just utterly disgusted with these
abuses, coverups and lies, and now has little to no faith in their
The LVMPD has also made a fatal mistake in underestimating one of
their own: Detective Gordon Martines, a 39-year veteran Law
Enforcement officer, with an impeccable record, with actual true
police experience that would rival and surpass any police officer in
the State, and with a fierce unquestioned loyalty and strict
unwavering obedience to his Sacred Oath of Law Enforcement and the
Constitution of the United States of America.