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For Immediate Release:
Steve Sanson President Veterans In Politics International 702 283 8088
Disabled Veterans targeted by the Las Vegas Parking Enforcement!
Las Vegas, Nevada
(August 24, 2014)
An issue has been brought to the attention of Veterans In Politics International – that Las Vegas Parking Enforcement is deliberately and willfully targeting disabled veterans by driving onto federal government property and issuing parking violation citations to vehicles parked there. Never mind the fact that the Veteran Administrations have their own police force.
On August 11, 2014, Las Vegas Parking Enforcement ticketed several veterans’ vehicles at the Veteran Administration (VA) Clinic located at 3968 North Rancho Drive for parking infractions. This VA Clinic is located on federal government property surrounded by four walls and has a locked rolling gate that is secured after hours.
The local police departments don’t even give tickets on federal or private property when you have an accident, but the Las Vegas Parking Enforcement decided that they are beyond reproach, and ticket veterans’ vehicles that are at the clinic receiving treatment for their service connected disabilities.
One of the vehicles ticketed was parked in a handicap parking stall, with a visible handicap placarded hanging from the visor. The vehicle bears United States Marine Corps Veteran license plates, the veteran’s adult son was sleeping in the vehicle, and the engine was running. The reason the Las Vegas Parking Enforcement gave the ticket is because the handicap parking indicated “van assessable parking only”.
Instead of this parking enforcer tapping on the window and asking the veterans son to move the vehicle, they quietly placed a ticket on the windshield and retreated.
What low life would come onto a VA facility, deliberately ticket a veteran vehicle, and didn’t even give the veteran son an opportunity to move the vehicle?
Several questions came to mind:
1) If the local Police Department cannot ticket a vehicle in an accident on private property, then why is the Las Vegas Parking Enforcement ticketing a vehicle on Federal Property?
2) Can local Parking Enforcement come onto Federal Properties and ticket vehicles for parking infractions?
3) What Government Organizations is receiving the revenues generated from these tickets?
4) Is there a quota a Parking Enforcer must maintain to keep their job?
It’s been proven time and time again that the men and women who have fought for this country are continuing to be a targeted, continuing to be profiled, and continuing to be disrespected.
It is time for non military civilians to start understanding what our military veterans have gone through and continue to go through to give you the freedoms you have today.
UP COMING EVENTS:
Veterans In Politics International will host an Election Party
(VIPI) Veterans In Politics International will host an Election Party on Saturday, August 30th, at Mix Lounge on the 64th floor inside The Hotel at Mandalay Bay Casino.
There will be a private VIPI Candidate Reception from 7-8pm, where refreshments will be served. All candidates running for office, endorsed by VIPI or not, and all elected representatives, are invited to attend this private reception with their guest.
The event will open to the public at 8 PM, where candidates and representatives are encouraged to greet constituents.
VIPI encourages all candidates and elected officials to participate, no matter party affiliation nor endorsement status.
We urge the public to participate and learn about the candidates in person.
Though there is no charge for this event, VIPI greatly appreciates any donations to help cover the cost of events we organize.
We host events like these specifically to help introduce all candidates and representatives to voters, who may then make educated decisions at election time.
We want to provide this opportunity in a relaxed and personable environment.
Mix Lounge implements a cover charge at 10 PM.
Candidates and Elected officials please RSVP Steve Sanson at 702 283 8088 or email: VeteransInPol@aol.com.
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Fight, Bleed, & Die for Country!
Las Vegas, Nevada
August 20, 2014
The Las Vegas Chapter Marine Corps Riders is made up of men who served honorably in the United States Marine Corps from the Korean War to present day Afghanistan.
These men are a band of brothers who love the freedom of riding a motorcycle and love to serve their fellow man.
The Marine Riders have helped many charitable organizations such as “Toys for Tots”. If requested, they will attend the funeral of any veteran and pay their respect to a fallen service member.
The Marine Riders have the authorization and confidence of The United States Marine Corps Headquarters to bear the International symbol of all US Marines on the back of their jacket. The “Eagle, Globe, and Anchor” symbol represents all US Marines in this world and the next.
Marines are a fighting machine – first in and last out. Anytime there is a military conflict, our US Marines are there to defend our way of life from all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Marines are feared by their enemies and loved by their friends. But there are people out there -Americans – who harbor prejudices and hypocritical or ungrateful biases towards our Marine Riders simply because they ride bikes, are members of a club, and wear “biker” attire. These people often express the attitude that our Marine Riders are fit to die for our freedoms but not worthy of walking down our streets!
When you can identify our US veterans, the proper recognition should be “thank you for your service”, but when our Marine Riders are recognized, they are often greeted much differently… “You are not welcome”.
You are not welcome if you keep on your jacket with the US Marine Corps symbol because it looks like you are a gang member.
Really! Asking a Marine Rider to remove the Marine Symbol is like asking an American Patriot to burn the American Flag.
The Marines live by honor, loyalty, and integrity. Removing their Marine Symbol is a true sign of disrespect.
The Marine Riders are singled out by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) and told to take off the Marine Corps Symbol while walking down East Fremont Street.
The Marine Riders are also singled out by the LVMPD gang unit as known associates. Known associates to what the United States Marine Corps?
The Marine Riders also are greeted by many hotel casinos with “you are not welcome with your Marine patch”. The casino executives don’t mind taking the Marine Riders’ money, as long as they take off the US Marine Corps Symbol.
The people who ask our Marine Riders to remove the US Marine Corps symbol more than likely never served in our Armed Forces and have no concept of loyalty and honor, or bikers for that matter. All money is green, regardless from where it comes. Riding a bike and wearing a “biker” patch should not be cause for discrimination. But when that patch symbolizes the military unit that secured the freedom for that establishment to exist, it should be respected at the very least, and honored and venerated and treated with the gratitude it deserves, at most.
We, as a society, need to stop stereotyping people. We need to stop judging a book by its cover. The dedication these Marines served in uniform is no different serving as a Marine Rider.
The Marine motto is “Semper Fidelis”, is Latin, and means “always faithful”. Marines are faithful to God, Country, and the United States Marine Corps. Once a Marine, always a Marine. That mentality has never changed.
We are asking this community to start accepting our Marine Riders and stop the discrimination and the profiling.
Who is next the Boy Scouts of America?
To Become a member of the Marine Riders or For More Information go to:
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The Gun Show
VIPI Invites you to the Gun Show On Saturday August 30th from 9-5PM & Sunday August 31st from 9-4PM
Veterans In Politics International invites all “Endorsed Candidates”, and Candidates that we have voted “No Endorsement”, Along with our membership and panelist to join us at our Booth for the Gun Show located at the Sports Center of Las Vegas: 121 E. Sunset Rd. Las Vegas, NV. http://www.lasvegasgunshow.com/:
On Saturday August 30th from 9-5PM & Sunday August 31st from 9-4PM… Please contact our Auxiliary Director Karen Steelmon (702-238-5134) and advise her as to when you would like to sit at our Booth and promote your candidacy.
Steve Sanson President Veterans In Politics International
702 283 8088
Family Court Judge Endorsement rescinded!
Clark County, Nevada—(August 15, 2014) Vincent Ochoa Clark County District Court Judge Family Division Department S had the endorsement of the Clark County School District Police Officers Association rescinded!
Ochoa has to remove this endorsement from all of his campaign signs and materials!
The following information was discovered.
Mike Thomas, Vice President CCSDPOA (Clark County School District Police Officers Association) who confirmed the removal of our endorsement of Ochoa. Quote “We advised Poran that we were no longer endorsing Ochoa. They were supposed to handle and notify his campaign personnel.” Poran is our Union legal representatives out of California.
This is the same Judge that discriminates against gender in violation of Nevada Law; see article under Corrupt Judge:
For more information:
Former Metro Cop Get’s House Arrest
Clark County Nevada
(August 8, 2014)
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD, “Metro”), and the Police Protective Association (PPA) have together protected a lot of bad police officers throughout the history of Metro, which was formed in 1973.
A Metro Officer who should have been terminated years ago for defiance against authority, and discrimination, was kept on the job only to be shuffled around from one area command to another. He was placed on a shift with less supervision than he needed, which may have led to him killing an unarmed man while the man sat in his barricaded car.
On December 12, 2011 former LVMPD officer Jesus Arevalo shot and killed unarmed, decorated, Disabled Army Gulf War Veteran Stanley Gibson. Since that incident, former LVMPD Officer Jesus Arevalo was the first police officer sent to a Grand Jury by the Clark County District Attorney for an officer involved shooting, the second police officer in an officer involved shooting to have the Metro’s Use of Force Board recommend termination, and the first police officer to ever be terminated for an officer involved shooting.
Because of this unnecessary killing, and many others similar to this, the Department of Justice recommended 75 areas in which the LVMPD needed improving. , Critical Incident Training (CIT) went from voluntary to mandatory, and the Nevada Legislation proposed a bill that military veterans have an option to put the word “veterans” on their Drivers License to immediately inform a Police Officer that they have served our nation in an effort to help with de-escalation of a situation. The public became outraged at Metro and convinced the Nevada Legislature and the Clark County Commission to reject the “More Cops” Bill.
This was a huge black eye for Metro, and Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie decided not to seek a third term, after already having made public he would do just that.
Former LVMPD Officer Jesus Arevalo made the citizens of this community outraged at the way our police officers conduct business. Before Arevalo was finally terminated from Metro, he received Paid Administrative Leave for 22 months, grossing close to $250,000 FOR DOING NO WORK, and he will now receive disability for the rest of his life making $30,000 per year… supposedly diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) …all at tax payers’ expense.
All these decisions were made internally by Metro. Metro conducts their own investigation against themselves, ruling if their own police officer was justified in the death of Stanley Gibson, deciding if body cameras should be on their police officers, and deciding if police officers should testify at Corners’ Inquest or the new Fact Finding Review Board. Impartial, balanced, or fair? No.
The widow of Stanley Gibson, Rondha Gibson, was suffering financially and emotionally. She was the sole care provider for her husband. Stanley Gibson’s Veterans Administration (VA) benefits were their only source of income. All his benefits were frozen after his killing, pending investigations and decisions by bureaucrats. She had not been in the work force for years, but was suddenly forced back into it out of necessity, just to have doors slammed in her face from one prospective employer to the next, because of the notoriety surrounding her husband’s killing.
While Rondha Gibson was destitute… faced with a funeral bill, evicted from her home, rejected by possible employers, penniless, no medical insurance, suffering from the loss of her husband, who was even more incredulously killed by someone who was sworn to be serving and protecting….Arevalo was getting paid to sit on his ass at home. Vacations….books….
Fast forward…Rondha Gibson won her Wrongful Death Civil Judgment against the LVMPD. She is the only person who has been successful in suing Metro for wrongful death, who still resides in Las Vegas.
Rondha Gibson will not rest until justice is served.
On August 4, 2014 former LVMPD Officer Jesus Arevalo received a taste of justice.
Las Vegas City Attorney Chad Lexis executed a convincing case against Arevalo for Harassment and Disorderly Conduct for his actions against Steve Delao, who is now married to Arevalo’s ex-wife Catherine.
Arevalo was found guilty on both counts at a trial that was conducted in front of Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Heidi Almase.
Arevalo was sentenced to pay $500, received a 2 year “stay away” order, ordered to receive mandatory anger management therapy, awarded 179 day jail suspension, 2 years of probation, and a choice of 90 days house arrest at $12 per day, or taken into custody to do the 90 days in the Las Vegas Detention Center.
We might not have had our justice for the death of Stanley Gibson but this is a start.
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