Not counting the lack of accountability and information regarding the 600+ other children that were supposedly at the Sandy Hook elementary school slaughter, or why they were even attending the school in the first place after the school was condemned several months earlier for asbestos; or why Building No. 7, on September 11, also fell down directly onto its foundation, without being hit by anything, as well as the lack of airplane debris at the Pentagon crash site; or even the determination by the later report by the Commission on the Assassination of JFK, which directly states that there was more than one shooter in the assassination of the President, which means and translates to “Conspiracy,” even after the previous Warren Commission stated there was only one sole shooter (Lee Harvey Oswald) and no conspiracy; or the sinking of a Japanese mini submarine by a U.S. naval vessel several hours before the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, we still wonder about a lot of things here in Las Vegas.
It is no more apparent anywhere than in our own community that the mainstream news media throws out scripted information that is false and misleading, at the behest of our protectors and leaders. It would be nice to believe that the reason for this deception and false reporting is that the powers-that-be don’t want to panic the community and that their reasoning is worthwhile and honorable, for the lies they wish to lay on us and cause the community to accept their false explanation for safety reasons. This probably wouldn’t be too hard to accomplish, except for the fact that our protectors and leaders have previously destroyed any credibility or worth they may have, because of their previous lies, distortions, disinformation, and out-and-out fabrications that they have been caught up in and were exposed.
Our protectors and leaders bank on the fact that the common resident is uninformed and has a memory of a mushroom, and thus, is reluctant to connect the dots, as it were. Maybe this is because they are afraid of the consequences of exposing the Truth, such as financial harm or physical harm to themselves, or to their families, or losing their jobs. When you sit back and look at how many times this happens to our friends and family in our community, you have to ask yourself, is it worth it?
For some of us old long-time residents, the answer is a simple “Absolutely.” Las Vegas is my home; I came here from California in 1978 from the L.A. area. Arriving here, I found Nevada to be fresh, clean, and like the old west, worthy, and a very patriotic community toward our country with the flag of “Battle Born.” Sure the mob was here and they had their influence mostly against the criminal element that took advantage of the tourists that visited our community and contributed their money here. The idea was to make it as safe a place as possible for visitors and residents, while keeping gambling, prostitution and alcohol “within bounds.”
This idea of keeping things within bounds has strayed to now include threats, extortion, theft, and even murder to our own Nevada residents, and also extends to include others from outside our state that have the misfortune of associating with our native-born and -bred criminal element.
That latest revelation of the 2004 theft of One Billion Dollars from Nevada taxpayers, illegally transferred to a private company called “EICON,” or Employees Insurance Company of Nevada, allegedly by then-Attorney General Brian Sandoval, now Governor Brian Sandoval, is just one example of the internal infrastructure criminal destruction of our State and Community.
U. S. Attorney Daniel Bogden, Sen. Dean Heller, and Sen. Harry Reid were all made aware of this alleged theft and cover-up by me, by letter, in December of 2013, and apparently nothing has been done to date to correct this theft.
Scott Dailey, dob//5-4-68, on or around December 5, 2007, in Henderson, Nevada, and the alleged subsequent disappearance of his autopsy report six hours after it was entered into the data banks of the Clark County Coroners Office.
For almost forty years I have lived by the code of Law Enforcement and have never violated, nor would I ever violate, that Oath and code of ethics. This is the Oath I swore to uphold in this community, along with the Oath I took to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America.
So with that being said, be looking for the eventual creation of a new non-profit organization called “Anti-Corruption Coalition of Nevada.” This organization will be solely dedicated to the betterment of the community and the exposure of this state’s corruption to the public. In God We Trust.
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, 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 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.