Police Report Details Double Murder Evidence Trail

By Collette Bender The alleged perpetrator of a brutal sexual assault and a deadly home invasion says he does not deny committing any crimes, only that he does not remember committing them. A partially-redacted police report tells the tale that the suspect himself could not. Bryan Clay, 22, of Las Vegas, was picked up on […]

Should We Fear Our Government

George Washington, the father of our great country, once said, “government is not reason, it is not eloquent, it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” Oh how right he was. Think about what is going on in Washington DC. The last four years have been a testament to […]

Life Beyond the Badge

By Garth Baker In the early 1990s, I went to work in law enforcement after a short stint in radio as a disc jockey. This transition was like going from living in a free country to a dictatorship. Let me explain: by becoming a law enforcement officer, some of the freedoms afforded to normal citizens […]