Judge Calls Out Las Vegas Police for Stalling The Release of Records from October Massacre

The Las Vegas Police police are stalling on releasing information about the shooting and this one judge has had enough. There is a TV commercial that says the What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas. Judge Stefany Miley seems tired of the Las Vegas Police seemingly to have the same moto for their investigation. The judge thinks that there are things that the police department can release now..

As Written and Reported By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

On Tuesday, District Judge Stefany Miley accused the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department of trying to stall in the release of records related to the October 1, 2017, massacre.

“I’m very frustrated because I think that gamesmanship is going on here,” District Judge Stefany Miley said during a reportedly heated hearing, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “It’s now months since the shooting occurred, and it’s still the same: delay, delay, delay. If one technique doesn’t work, then you switch to another one. That’s very concerning for the court.”

The Journal reports that last month District Judge Richard Scotti ruled that the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department had to immediately start the process of releasing records from the shooting to the media. The Journal adds:

Scotti said the records could be made public gradually, as they’re processed — as opposed to releasing them all at once after additional delay — and gave Metro six months to complete the task. He also ruled that the department could not charge journalists hundreds of thousands of dollarsfor the production of those records.

“All you’ve done is prolong the proceedings even further than it should have been, and that’s what’s very concerning to me,” Miley told Metro’s lawyers. “It seems like a …


JUDGE: Police Are Stalling Release Of Las Vegas Shooting Records | Daily Wire


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