The April 1996 murder investigation that allegedly was blocked, covered up, removed, stolen and destroyed by staff and administrative members of the LVMPD, is coming to light. The composite sketch is just part of the resurfacing of the “Betrayal Murder” of a registered LVMPD Narcotics Informant by drug dealers in Alamo, Nevada, after they received identifying information and a Xerox copy of a registered Narcotics Informant Worksheet, allegedly from members of Metro Narcotics Police Force. (Please see Event No. LV-991219-1975)
For the most part, most would probably agree that this particular murder is of little or no consequence – as the life and value of this Narcotics Informant was pretty much worthless to society – and of little or no value to our culture and way of life. Most would probably say why waste money, time and effort to bring to justice those who are ridding our society of this type of trash anyway?
This newspaper does not feel that way. To this newspaper, each and every life is priceless and should be valued equally in the eyes of God and under the Law of the Land. All of us have the right not to be murdered. All of us have the right not to be devalued and discarded by others, including – and especially – our protectors. To even imagine that our appointed guardians and enforcers of the Law would intentionally and maliciously snuff out the life of this pathetic human being without so much as the blink of an eye, is unbelievable and smacks of nothing more than pure evil and corruption. Understand that if that can be done, and nobody is held accountable, then we all should step back and create a whole new society, because this one has gone terribly awry and needs to be dissolved or totally dismantled and rebuilt.
The HOA Homicides are a perfect example of law enforcement’s complicity in murder and cover-up, just as was the murder and beheading of Corrections Officer Kevin Daily in the late 2000’s, and the alleged involvement of Metro’s Intel Section and the Russian Mafia.
Our police sources indicate that a Homicide Investigation, Event No. 991219-1975, was initiated and conducted by Detective Gordon Martines, 38-year Law Enforcement veteran, in December of 1999, pursuant to information from a known career criminal who provided information in exchange for a better place to spend the rest of his life, in prison.
As leads were developed, three of the four murder suspects were positively identified; the date, time and location of the murder scene was established; and the original burial site of the murder victim was discovered and located. What was especially disturbing to everyone was the discovery of the complicity of the LVMPD Narcotics Section and Intel Section in this “Betrayal Murder.”
Numerous other law enforcement officers were involved in this Homicide Investigation and had direct or indirect knowledge of how this investigation was progressing, and where it was leading and who else was involved.
Our police sources confirmed that many obstacles were put in place to divert and discourage Detective Martines from continuing this Homicide Investigation, including threatening his life, relieving him of duty, removing and destroying all of his criminal case files and records, stealing his personal property, cutting off his pay and benefits, denying him medical treatment, trying to implicate him in another criminal coverup scheme and forcing him to lie – and continually trying to force him to retire, disappear and keep his mouth shut and just go away.
Rather than rolling over and either playing dead or actually dying, Det. Martines has instead launched a massive Federal Lawsuit against the LVMPD, Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, et al., and fifteen other defendants. In an unprecedented Federal Lawsuit by one of their own, Det. Martines is alleging racial and ethnic discrimination, age discrimination, threats to life, a First Amendment violation, misprision of a felony (numerous counts), evidence tampering, false police reports, and conspiracy to commit murder, along with other charges totaling nineteen counts or violations in all.
Since the LVMPD has seen fit to obstruct Detective Martines’s 10-year efforts to bring this Homicide Investigation to a proper conclusion, this newspaper is publishing the composite sketch of this “Betrayal Murder Victim” and is asking anyone who can identify this victim to please contact this newspaper. We will then contact the appropriate (not Metro) law enforcement agency for further investigation and prosecution.
The details, as we have learned, are that the victim was shot in the head and killed in April of 1996, in Alamo, Nevada, and was buried in a plastic sheet, in the open desert. The victim is described as a white male adult, between 20 and 25 years of age, 5 ‘ 8″ tall, 140-150 lbs, with long stringy blond hair, pock-marked face, a thin build, and was last seen wearing a light colored T-shirt, Levi pants and tennis shoes. He was a long-term meth and marijuana drug user, and had associates named Dan, Rod, Mink, and Chris. One murder suspect is currently incarcerated in a Cedar City Prison, in Utah, and another murder suspect was variously living in Henderson, Bullhead City and California.
Any information supplied will be held in complete confidence.