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Did Jesus Campos use GoFundMe account to give his brother $10,000?

LAS VEGAS — The Los Angeles Post-Examiner has obtained a letter written by Mandalay Bay Hotel Security Officer Jesus Campos stating that he gave his brother, Jorge Quintero, $10,000 in December of 2017. On October 3, 2017 a GoFundMe account […]

Did Jesus Campos use GoFundMe account to give his brother $10,000?

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LAS VEGAS — The Los Angeles Post-Examiner has obtained a letter written by Mandalay Bay Hotel Security Officer Jesus Campos stating that he gave his brother, Jorge Quintero, $10,000 in December of 2017. On October 3, 2017 a GoFundMe account […]

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Pennsylvania congressman claiming he had credible evidence that ISIS was involved in Las Vegas Massacre was briefed by conspiracy theorists

LAS VEGAS — On January 18 FOX News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight show aired a segment that raised the question if there was a terrorist element to the October 1,

Nightline documentary about Las Vegas Massacre falls short

LAS VEGAS — On Tuesday night, ABC News’ Nightline aired its anatomy of the October 1 Las Vegas Massacre, ‘A Killer on Floor 32.’ An article accompanying the video

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

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.

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

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

Las Vegas Police wanted to breach Paddock’s rooms but worried about booby-traps and barricades

LAS VEGAS — Within minutes after Stephen Paddock fired his last shots into the Route 91 Harvest music festival from his sniper's nest inside his Mandalay Bay Hotel suite,

LVMPD delayed release of shooter’s body until FBI arrived

LAS VEGAS — Twelve hours after the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department breached gunman Stephen Paddock’s 32nd-floor suite of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and found him dead, a coroner’s

Los Angeles has gone too far with parking tickets

It is reasonable to assume that any city large or small do everything it reasonably can to help prevent criminal activity within its jurisdiction and against its citizens, But

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