The 2018 Election for Sheriff of Clark County is just around the corner and maybe just maybe this time the election might even be honest and valid. I can assure you that this time the information being presented to the general public about the sheriff candidates will be inspiring, informative, reflating and character-exposing. By associating each candidate with each organized police crime regime, the true nature of each police administration will be exposed and connected to the previous corrupted police administration, and thus, will reveal each administration’s continual cover-up and protection criminal scheme, that is being supported and currently covered up by our past and previous sheriffs.
The connections to the current corrupt police administration include false arrests and prosecutions, and Constitutional violations of the Bundy Ranch 2014 protests, regarding the BLM, the Federal Land Overreach, the misconduct of the Federal courts against American Citizen Patriots’ unconstitutional incarceration into our Federal prison without due process; murder by Federal agents in Burns, Oregon; double jeopardy charges against the Hammonds, for Arson; imposing of excessive bail against American citizens; imposing excessive force against American citizens; Judicial Misconduct during a Federal Trial; and imposing unreasonable court penalties and false accusations against innocent American citizens and their families; and please let’s not forget the phony drug dogs used by NHP, DEA, Metro and their 2012 Federal Lawsuit.
Any one of the 2018 Sheriff Candidates that is remotely associated with the previous sheriff’s administrations of Clark County should be made aware that previous unresolved criminal acts will be brought up and those associated with these acts will be made accountable and made to answer.
The only way for these candidates to avoid being held accountable is for any of those candidates to be shoulder-tapped and anointed, and thus, being able to avoid the public election system altogether as was done before, and not even have attended any of the debates, for which there was no need since the fix was already in.
If this previous system is going to be played again, in part or in full, then you’ll get what you pay for, and you have only yourself to blame.
The Raiders Stadium taxpayer-forced acquisition is a perfect example of using taxpayer funds whenever or wherever our corrupted leaders feel their personal need. $750 million of taxpayer monies were taken from our treasury without our permission or approval. All the propaganda and happy smiling faces on television still won’t cover up this bribery-laden, bought-and-paid-for vote by our Assemblymen. The taxpayers did not approve this business deal, but it still went through, and we will be paying for more later.
The police department and our Commissioner used fear tactics to persuade State lawmakers to change Assemblymen votes to favor this business deal and force it down the throats of taxpayers with still more to come.
Politics along with threats of malicious prosecution cause our lawmakers to change their votes, along with the sheriff using unlawful extortion tactics to threaten and seal the deal. Hopefully with the election of a new sheriff, these types of unlawful tactics will cease to exist.
This all depends on the public’s willingness to accept or not accept these types of current tactics. Voting for and accepting a Constitutional sheriff is all-important, which this sheriff will verify that each and every Citizen is afforded equal protection, under the Constitution of the United States of America, and the Bill of Rights. This has not been working so hot lately.
We are currently the closest we are ever going to be to finally getting rid of the “Good Ol’ Boy” system of government in our county. Don’t waste this opportunity. It is pretty much like Obama supporters burying themselves in the civil service system and continuing to operate like before while they continue tearing down our country. Trying to get rid of these types is tough, but it still can be done.
Remember to keep your faith, keep your gun, and they can keep their change.
In God We Trust
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Gordon Martines is a former LVMPD detective who has served in many capacities over his 39-year career in law enforcement. He was a candidate for sheriff in 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014, with the intention of bringing integrity and accountability back to the department, and filed a federal lawsuit against LVMPD in 2011. Martines has appeared on “Face The Tribune” radio show several times and is currently the host of “Open Mic” on Tuesdays and Thursday at 11:00 a.m. He contributes his opinions and ideas to the Las Vegas Tribune to keep the public informed and help improve policing in Las Vegas. Gordon Martines can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.