if they have attempted to cover up their wrongful acts with other
wrongful acts. And, while attempting to cover up past wrongful acts,
several more wrongful acts are committed, then several more, as once
honorable people are coerced and forced to go along with the cover-up
lies in order to just get along and keep their jobs.
I guess, coming from a long lost traditional police code of ethics
background, I find it very disturbing and unbelievable that co-workers
I once thought to be trusted friends and allies, could be so easily
turned into such low life perjuring liars and violators of the sacred
Oath of Law Enforcement.
Such actions more than likely involve at least twenty or more Law
Enforcement personnel, of which some have retired, quit, or are still
working at their positions, along with those who have received sizable
and lucrative promotions. All of this graft will eventually come
crashing down when the Truth begins to emerge. I predict the case that
is going to cause this to happen will be the Beheading Murder of LVMPD
Officer Kevin Scott Dailey, dob/5-4-68, ss#/381-64-6653, which
occurred on December 5, 2007, in Henderson, Nevada.
This case is so egregious, diabolical, widespread and deep-seated,
that it will literally blow the lid off the police department, and
will also include the Henderson Police Department and the Clark County
Coroners Office, with the latest revelation of the redacted and
deleted autopsy report for LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey six hours
after it was entered into the Coroners Office computer data base.
Sources advise that efforts are now being made to contact Officer
Dailey’s co-workers, those who formed a volunteer search party to look
for his body after his burned-out vehicle was found three weeks after
his disappearance. Dailey’s co-workers didn’t have to search very far,
as LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott Dailey’s severed head was found
approximately 300 feet from where his burned-out car was originally
According to information obtained from legal depositions taken in
June/July of 2013 from retired co-workers and friends, Henderson PD
and LVMPD Intelligence Detectives arrived at the scene and
specifically ordered everyone there to remain silent and to keep this
incident under wraps. No official investigation of any sort was
conducted, and no media publications were made by anyone. It is as if
this grisly murder — to a fully commissioned law enforcement officer
of the LVMPD — never happened. I would think the term “transparency”
should never be honorably used by anyone in the LVMPD Police
Administration, until this incident is fully rectified.
This article is one of many articles regarding this gruesome crime
that have only been published by the Las Vegas Tribune ever since it
was revealed in June/July of 2013, during legal depositions. It should
be noted that these depositions, which depict this crime and several
other crimes whereby the LVMPD past and present police administration
is directly complicit, were also sent to FBI Special Agent Joseph
Dickey in August of 2013.
For the life of me, I don’t understand the delay in indictments that
should have been forthcoming for the persons responsible for this
gruesome murder of Officer Kevin Scott Dailey. What is rather
coincidental is that since I first filed a 2011 Federal Lawsuit
against the LVMPD, Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, et al., and fourteen
other high-ranking police officials, five Assistant Sheriffs have
suddenly retired for unknown reasons (i.e. former Assistant Sheriff
Ray Flynn, former Assistant Sheriff Michael McClary, former Assistant
Sheriff Anthony Lozich, former Assistant Sheriff Greg McCurdy, former
Assistant Sheriff Ted Moody; also ), not to mention
other “coincidences” in this same time frame: District Attorney David
Rogers stepping down three years before his term and firing DDA Roy
Nelson, related to an evidence mishandling robbery and sexual assault
case, and Sheriff Gillespie suddenly changing his mind about running
for a third term just as the legal depositions were being revealed and
given to the FBI at their request. I guess coincidences do happen…
But these? Not really.
The only good news in this entire corrupted mess is that the death
threats towards me and the vandalism to my property, allegedly by my
former co-workers, have recently slowed down, in spite of the
continual revelation of the four unsolved murders (occurring in the
1996 Alamo Murder case, 2001 Phillip Lemann jail strangulation case,
the 2002 Antelope Valley murder case, and the 2007 LVMPD Officer Kevin
Dailey murder case, whereby the LVMPD Police Administration, past and
present, are directly complicit in all).
This community can move forward and improve; but before that can
happen, Justice must be served and the law of the land must be obeyed
and not be put up for sale.
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 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.