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Body-worn camera footage gives more insight about Mandalay Bay security surveillance

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officer body-worn camera footage that was released this week provides further insight of what was occurring inside the Mandalay Bay Hotel security surveillance/dispatch room after Paddock fired his last rounds. This new […]

Body-worn camera footage gives more insight about Mandalay Bay security surveillance

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LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officer body-worn camera footage that was released this week provides further insight of what was occurring inside the Mandalay Bay Hotel security surveillance/dispatch room after Paddock fired his last rounds. This new […]

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Christmas Miracle: RevealU

On Wednesday, December 12th2018 I had the great pleasure of having Melissa Welles Murphy and Kelly Brown as guests on my weekly radio show, The Dr. Ron Show. The

Ten resolutions for a healthy and happy 2019

From high atop my very comfy swivel chair I sayeth unto thee follow these TEN RESOLUTIONS for the New Year, this and every year. 1: Learn and regularly employ the

NFL Week 16: Calling Andrew Anderson!

As the regular season winds down, the playoff picture becomes a little more clear. Football is often described as the ultimate team game, although I am not so sure

NFL Week 15: I Love LA!

I could live to be 106 and I swear I will never get use to Thursday Night Football. If I did not write about the NFL, I doubt I

Mandalay Bay security log-in missing from LVMPD report

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s final criminal investigative report on the Las Vegas Massacre does not indicate in their timeline that any event specifically occurred at 9:59 p.m.

Jesus Campos brother is undocumented immigrant and convicted felon, according to former family member

LAS VEGAS — Jorge Quintero, the brother of Mandalay Bay Security Officer, Jesus Campos is allegedly an undocumented immigrant and convicted felon, according to Campos’ former brother-in-law, Luis Castro.

When will journalism grapple with the ethics of interviewing mentally ill arrestees?

When, in a December 2016 column for The Hill, I accused the New York Times, the venerable “Gray Lady” of American journalism, of violating basic journalistic ethics in its reporting on the arrest

Patrick Kilpatrick: The anti-Hollywood, Hollywood guy

Some many years ago now a young man began his working life as a writer but not merely as a hopeful writer but a writer for such well known

MGMRI paid for silence of Mandalay Bay security officer Jesus Campos with lavish gifts

LAS VEGAS — Luis Castro said his former brother-in-law Mandalay Bay Security Officer Jesus Campos told him that MGM Resorts International (MGMRI)  knew that gunman Stephen Paddock had "suspicious amounts

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