Update (3:15 pm ET): i24News is reporting that Israel has called up some reserve units for air defense, home front and intelligence as Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman consults with military leaders at IDF headquarters in Tel Aviv. Continue reading “Israel Deploys Troops To Syrian Border After Detecting “Unusual Movements Of Iranian Forces””
The Nevada Supreme Court on Friday ruled that the Metropolitan Police Department must begin releasing body camera footage and 911 call audio from the Las Vegas mass shooting.
“The speed with which the Supreme Court made this decision reflects the complete absence of merit in the Metropolitan Police Department’s arguments,” Review-Journal Executive Editor Glenn Cook said Friday. Continue reading “Court orders release of audio, video from Las Vegas shooting”
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails will be released to the public in September 2018, in accordance with a court ruling pertaining to the contents of Clinton’s “backup” email device.
It turns out that fired FBI director James Comey had Hillary Clinton’s definitive backup email device the entire election and never searched it. Continue reading “Hillary’s Deleted Emails Found, Court Orders Them RELEASED”
The man suspected of killing one Strip casino executive and injuring another was arrested early Thursday in north Texas, Las Vegas police said.
Anthony J. Wrobel, 42, was taken into custody by Texas law enforcement officers without incident near Vega, a town of about 900 people about 35 miles west of Amarillo, Las Vegas police said. Continue reading “Suspect in Las Vegas shooting of Venetian execs arrested in Texas”
Griff Jenkins confronts California Governor Jerry Brown over the murder of a 6 year-old girl that would have been prevented if California had cooperated with the ICE deportation order. Watch the clip all the way to the end. Continue reading “Reporter Confronts Jerry Brown Over Murder Of 6 Year-Old Girl By Illegal Alien”
The second male victim is my brother in law, Hector Rodriguez. He’s in critical condition. Three shots. One in the leg. One in the buttocks and one in the stomach.
A woman was killed and a man was critically hurt in a shooting Sunday night at Sunset Park in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police called the shooting a targeted act of workplace violence among employees of The Venetian. Continue reading “2 Venetian employees shot, one fatally, at Las Vegas park”