911 Emergency call from 08/06/2012 NDOT Susan Martinovich hit-and-run incident backs up Robben

The call made immediately after the incident  is here:

This shows that Robben was there to serve legal papers, NDOT Director Susan Martinovich  hit Robben’s foot, she left the scene, and Robben did not follow her after the incident.  Robben did not require an ambulance,  he later had an x-ray on his own.

Notice at 1:23 it seems like a new lady comes on the 911 call…

Carson City’s history of courthouse corruption and retaliation

There is a pattern of harassment and corruption in the Carson City courthouse – here’s a blog that shows this place is corrupt, they hate & arrest  protesters that express their 1st amendment rights and expose their corruption. Therefor we must protest this place and call for the resignation of DA Rombardo and justice of the peace John Tatro and the others.

See http://noelwaters.blogspot.com/2008/03/carson-city-public-safety-complex.html Continue reading

Carson City DA Neil Rombardo discriminates against witness – FBI Complaint – ACTING UNDER THE COLOR OF LAW

NEIL ROMBARDO

NEIL ROMBARDO

Carson City DA Neil Rombardo discriminates and shows prejudiced – calls witness #6 a homeless vagrant with no credibility – Robben calls for  Carson City DA Neil Rombardo to resign immediately. Witness  #6  is still a US citizen who may live in his RV, but he’s just another victim of the worst economy in 70 years.  He witnessed the scene and produced a credible affidavit.

Robben notified the Carson City Sheriff of his whereabouts and they never took  witness #6’s statement! Continue reading

Robben rejects a ‘defer and dismiss’ extortion plea deal from DA, KRNV covers NDOT Retaliation, film crew to cover next protest

Protesting on temporally on hold this week as we prepare for major film crew Lawless America demonstration.   We also need to take a break from the ‘heat’ so to speak. We’re taking a vacation, spending time with family and contemplating new signage.  We were going to leave off the DA’s name on the signage, but now that we’re going to court, we need to let taxpayers know who’s spending their money and time prosecuting a sham case.

New video documentaries being produced to tell the personal stories of Robben and Tonja Brown / Nolan Klein.

New Carson City rules try to limit protests. We have already improvised a solution where the new areas can off-set restriction and a new trailer sign.  The new area actually allows us to display more signs. New signage to showcase the Cover-up. New proxy for Robben to keep protests going strong. Robben to still be active as he produces video documentaries and focus on offensive and defensive legal action surrounding false malicious prosecution.

KRNV covers Jim Richardson’s NDOT Retaliation – click on: Whistleblower sounds off on loophole in protection law 

Nevada Whistle-blower laws lack teeth

Nevada Whistle-blower laws lack teeth

Robben rejects a ‘defer and dismiss’ plea deal from DA.  Why admit quilt to something I did not do?

Carson City COVER-UP Susan Sartinovich hit-and-run, FALSE police report

Carson City COVER-UP Susan Sartinovich hit-and-run, FALSE police report

Carson DA (Name omitted): Thanks for the call.

The defer and dismiss requires me to admit guilt to something I did not do. You are smart and I know you would not admit to something you never did, why should I?

I respectfully decline the offer. 

I’ll request a jury trial and I’ll prevail as a matter of law and fact. I’ll also demand the arrest record is expunged. I never harassed, stalked, assaulted Ms. Martinovich, nor did I  disturb disturbed the peace. In the even I lose, I’ll appeal to the district court. I do not want to threaten you, but this case is a total sham and I think you are very smart and see this. My offers are more amicable, and  Ms. Martinovich would still benefit.  I  am open to confidential discussions on the matter.  However, your purview is the criminal charge and not anything I may counter.

Perhaps Ms. Martinovic’s lawyer should call me to avoid malicias prosecution. Again, I think you’re very smart and that said you’ll see my position. Why admit guilt to something I never did and if I was setup this easy on these charges, I am worried about future bogus charges that would put me in jeopardy since I would likely be on probation/alternative sentencing. This is unacceptable. Thank you, I’ll see you in court.

-T Robben

Carson City COVER-UP – Martinovich did not want to press charges – Martinovich NOT charged – Taxpayers paying for this circus

Carson City Sheriff cover-up Susan Martinovich assault and battery, hit and run and false sheriff report

Carson City Sheriff cover-up Susan Martinovich assault and battery, hit and run and false sheriff report

Nevada Appeal August 17, 2012 Ty makes bail

Nevada Appeal August 17, 2012 Ty makes bail

no arrest request by Martinovich

no arrest request by Martinovich

Martinovich said she did not want to press charges against Robben on her complaint, yet Robben was originally charged with harassment. Knowing ‘harassment’ would not stick, that charge was dropped and DA Neil Rombardo added assault and breach of peace.  These will not sick as a matter of law. However, in Carson City, Nevada where Robben is public enemy #1 to the corrupt justice system – the rule of law will not matter because this is all about revenge and retaliation.   The gang in black robes want Robben in jail to shut him down for exposing their corruption and protesting with CRIME SCENE tape! Judges do not like seeing their corruption broadcast on the Internet and protest banners. Once inside their Judicial ‘system’ they have unchecked power and authority to abuse their power and direct their hostility at an individual who clearly is standing up to the corrupt system.

How does Robben, who has publicly stated the entire Carson City court is corrupt, get justice when he is

directly in their ‘cross hairs’ with no jury trial? The judges will not comply with the law and disqualify themselves after being formally moved to do so. They won’t move the hearing or bring in another hopefully honest judge from somewhere else. 

See the plan?

NOTE: Susan Martinovich was served the week prior with a subpoena for the same hearing by service to her secretary who accepted it.  Then Susan Martinovich complained that she was not served ‘Personally’ per NRCP rule 4 and had the court quash that subpoena. The court reissued the subpoena on August 06, 2012 at about 1:30pm in Reno for the August 07, 2012 9:00am hearing. Jim Richardson had no time to hire a process server and Robben was available by the time he arrived in Carson City around 3:30pm.  With little time to spare the papers were served to 2 of the 4 people. Since Martinovich demanded ‘personal service’  and Robben was just complying with her  ‘personal service’ hand-hand demands. Robben never attempted to touch or physicality contact  nor did he touch or make contact Ms. Martinovich. The plan was hand over the papers to her person so she would accept per her NRCP demand for personal service. 

False Sheriff report:

Martinovich knew Robben was there to serve the papers she was avoiding and not there to harm, harass or assault her.  When Martinovich filed the false Sheriff report knowing this to be the case, she made a false police report. Martinovich assaulted Robben with her car (a deadly weapon in Nevada) and hit Robben (battery) then left the scene to file a false charge against Robben.  Really, what was Robben going to do with 1 subpoena which is 1 piece of paper? hit/slap her with a lawsuit? The subpena was for a state personnel hearing. By the way, the State should change this policy and have the hearing officers send personnel related subpenas to the people or the department AG for future service related to personnel matters.  This whole thing should be a lesson the the State, and the State should fix this.

The legal definition of “false reporting of a crime” in Nevada, prohibits knowingly making a false report to law enforcement that a crime has occurred, which causes law enforcement to conduct a criminal or internal investigation.

Note that the report can be made by any means such as orally, through writing or electronic communication. Also note that NRS 207.280 applies when the defendant allegedly makes the report to any of the following members of law enforcement:

    • police officer
    • sheriff
    • district attorney or deputy district attorney
    • sheriff or deputy sheriff

any member of the Nevada Department of Public Safety

NRS 207.280  False reporting of crimes unlawful.  Every person who deliberately reports to any police officer, sheriff, district attorney, deputy sheriff, deputy district attorney or member of the Department of Public Safety that a felony or misdemeanor has been committed, which causes a law enforcement agency to conduct a criminal or internal investigation, knowing such report to be false, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

A common scenario where this law comes into play in Nevada is when an angry spouse lies to the police about the other spouse committing the Nevada crime of battery domestic violence. If the police investigate and determine that the reporting spouse wasn’t being truthful, prosecutors may press charges for the false reporting of a crime.

Trumped up charges of ‘ASSAULT’

Here you go, no case against Robben.  Robben was there to serve court papers – NOT to “commit a violent injury on the person of another of another”.  “Mere menace is not enough. There must be an effort to carry the intention into execution.” 

Under NRS 200.471, an “assault” is “an unlawful attempt, coupled with a present ability, to commit a violent injury on the person of another.” As we said in Wilkerson v. State, 87 Nev. 123, 482 P.2d 314 (1971): “Mere menace is not enough. There must be an effort to carry the intention into execution.” Id. at 126, 482 P.2d at 316.

NRS 193.330 defines “attempt” as “[a]n act done with the intent to commit a crime, and tending but failing to accomplish it.” See also Crawford v. State, 107 Nev. 345, 351, 811 P.2d 67, 71 (1991) (stating the elements of attempt are: “(1) the intent to commit the crime; (2) performance of some act toward the commission of the crime; and (3) the failure to consummate its commission”). Therefore, the State had the burden to prove that Powell had the specific intent to commit a violent injury on each of Richardson, Cole, and Shepard.

Trumped up charges of ‘Breach of peace’

Robben said to Martinovich “process server, court papers” and “stop you ran over my foot”. This is not disturbing the peace. Robben did not use profanity or yell anything else to Martinovich to provoke a breach of peace. Nor did Robben challenge Martinovich to a fight, threaten her or engage in the other mumbo-jumbo i.e.  loud or unusual noises, or by tumultuous and offensive conduct threatening, traducing, quarreling, challenging to fight, or fighting.

Robben there to serve papers

Robben there to serve papers

The main focus of the charge is Robben “yelled” and ran after Martinovich’s car “banging on the window” by a stranger.

 NRS 203.010  Breach of peace.  Every person who shall maliciously and willfully disturb the peace or quiet of any neighborhood or person or family by loud or unusual noises, or by tumultuous and offensive conduct, threatening, traducing, quarreling, challenging to fight, or fighting, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

In every criminal case, the D.A. has the burden to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime. This is a very high standard, and it may be difficult for the D.A. to produce sufficient evidence that demonstrates the defendant knew the crime report was false. As long as the D.A. fails to meet this burden of proof, the defendant is not criminally liable.

In Nevada, this case will likely get a bench trial because Nevada is corrupt and ignores the U.S. Constitution  and it’s own laws under NRS 175.011(2)!

     NRS 175.011  Trial by jury.

1.  In a district court, cases required to be tried by jury must be so tried unless the defendant waives a jury trial in writing with the approval of the court and the consent of the State. A defendant who pleads not guilty to the charge of a capital offense must be tried by jury.

   2.  In a Justice Court, a case must be tried by jury only if the defendant so demands in writing not less than 30 days before trial. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 4.390 and 4.400, if a case is tried by jury, a reporter must be present who is a certified court reporter and shall report the trial.

(Added to NRS by 1967, 1424; A 1983, 749; 1987, 614; 1993, 1412)

Although Article III of the U.S. Constitution guarantees everyone charged with a crime the right to a trial by jury, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that jury trial rights extend only to those facing more than six months in jail.

From Lawyer Mike Pariente;

http://www.parientelaw.com/its-time-for-nevada-to-give-defendants-a-jury-trial-for-misdemeanor-domestic-violence-charges/

When I began my career as a lawyer in Texas in 1998 before eventually moving to Nevada, I was amazed by how in Texas a defendant had the right to a six-person jury trial even for a minor traffic ticket.  In Texas, if you are charged with any misdemeanor including traffic citations (i.e., running a red light, speeding), you have the right to a six-person jury of your peers.  Now contrast that with Nevada.  Here in Nevada, you have no right to a jury trial for any kind of misdemeanor – period.  That’s right.

Here’s a brief history for you.  Nevada made U.S. Supreme Court history when, in the case of Blanton v. City of N. Las Vegas, 489 U.S. 538 (1989), it held that a defendant charged with misdemeanor Driving Under the Influence (DUI) was not entitled to a jury trial because the offense is “petty”.  A “petty” misdemeanor is one in which the maximum term of imprisonment is 6 months.  So, if you’re charged with a misdemeanor in Nevada and the most you can get under the law is 6 months in jail, that’s considered “petty” and you don’t get the right to have a jury decide your case.  Only a judge can decide your case.  Petty?  Really?  When people think of “petty”, they think of speeding tickets.  How can having your freedom taken from you for 6 months – that’s 180 days, that’s half a year – how is that “petty”?  The fact that a judge, not a jury, can hear a “petty” misdemeanor trial and decide to put you in jail and take you away from your family and job for six months is anything but “petty”.  I’m sure if a judge were sitting in jail for being convicted of a “petty” misdemeanor, he or she would not think it’s so “petty”.

Nevada is one of the only states in the country to deny a defendant a jury trial for a “petty” misdemeanor.

Oddly enough, the Nevada Legislature passed NRS 175.011(2) which allows a defendant to demand a jury trial for a “petty” misdemeanor with 30 days notice before the date of the trial.  Huh?  So how can it be that there is a law on the books that gives you a right to a jury trial for “petty” misdemeanors but you don’t actually have that right?  Come again?  Here’s why.  After NRS 175.011(2) was passed which clearly spelled out that a defendant had the right to a jury trial on “petty” misdemeanors, the Nevada Supreme Court decided that the Legislature didn’t mean what it said.  In Smith v. State, 99 Nev. 806, 672 P.2d 631, (1983), the Nevada Supreme Court acknowledged that the Legislature passed NRS 175.011(2) but said that it really didn’t matter because the Legislature probably didn’t mean to create a “statutory right”.  WTF????  Wait a minute.  The Legislature passed this statute.  The Governor of Nevada signed off on it.  It became law.  But then in 1983, the Nevada Supreme Court decided in effect, “Nah, that’s not what they meant.”  I’m paraphrasing, of course, but talk about judicial activism!  If I, as a criminal defense lawyer, were to argue that a statute passed by the Legislature didn’t mean what it said, I’d probably be accused of violating rules of professional conduct by making a frivolous argument to the court.  Imagine if I were to argue that the mandatory minimum laws on the Nevada books for certain crimes such as drug trafficking which clearly don’t allow a judge to sentence a defendant to probation were laws that the Legislature really didn’t mean what they said when the laws were passed. I’d be laughed out of court for making the same kind of argument.  But that’s what the Nevada Supreme Court decided.

Here’s where I’m coming from.  Let’s go back to Blanton which said that DUI is a “petty” misdemeanor.  The lawyers for Blanton argued that DUI is not a “petty” misdemeanor because a defendant faced, among other punishments, suspension of his or her driver’s license.  Unfortunately, the U.S. Supreme Court disagreed.  But here’s where I argue that Blanton shouldn’t control when a defendant is facing charges for domestic violence.  If a Permanent Resident Alien is facing a domestic violence misdemeanor charge, he or she will get deported if convicted of domestic violence.  As we’ve seen in Padilla v. Kentucky, the U.S. Supreme Court said that immigration consequences are no longer collateral rights and are substantive rights.  So my argument is deportation for a domestic violence conviction is anything but “petty”.  Deportation means a person will be sent back to their foreign land even if he or she has their family in the U.S.  Blanton defines “penalty” as follows:  “In using the word ‘penalty,’ we do not refer solely to the maximum prison term authorized for a particular offense. See United States v. Jenkins, 780 F. 2d 472, 474, and n. 3 (CA4), cert. denied, 476 U.S. 1161 (1986).  Blanton v. N. Las Vegas, 489 U.S. 538, 542 (U.S. 1989).”  So, since deportation is a penalty, which is more severe than a 6 month sentence since it involves permanently being separated from your family in the U.S., a legal permanent resident alien should be allowed a jury trial for a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence.  And if a legal permanent resident alien is allowed a jury trial for a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence, then so should a U.S. Citizen be given the same right under the Equal Protection Clause since it would be unfair to give a non-citizen a jury trial right while depriving a U.S. Citizen of the same right to a six-person jury to hear his or her case in a charge of misdemeanor domestic violence.  I’ll keep you posted on my efforts to change the law.  I’m preparing a writ of mandamus, which in Latin means a petition to order the lower court to do something for which it has no discretion.  I’m going to be filing this with the Eighth Judicial District Court in January arguing that it should direct the justice court or municipal court to order a defendant to have a right to a jury trial.

UPDATE: I’ve filed a petition for writ of habeas corpus or alternatively writ of mandamus with the Nevada Supreme Court.  They haven’t ruled on it yet.  If they grant my motion, then all Nevadans accused of domestic violence will get a jury trial.  If they do not, then I will petition the U.S. Supreme Court and ask them to give Nevadans accused of domestic violence a jury trial.  More to come!  As of today, January 8, 2012, the Nevada Supreme Court has not ruled on my writs.  Given their backlog, it will be several months but I will keep you posted once I hear something.

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Process Servers and Assault

Editor’s note: This article was researched and written by ServeNow staff and may not include the most up-to-date information on the status of specific legislation in individual states.

Process Server AssaultWork can be worrisome for many reasons, but process servers have to consider their physical well being on top of their jobs every time they set out to serve papers. Assault on process servers is a common occurrence and there are laws that protect them, however, sometimes these laws are not enough. In our recent poll on the biggest challenges in the process serving industry, some voters listed increased assault as the biggest industry threat. But even though it did not receive the most votes it’s still an important issue to pay attention to, and certain states are beginning to take things a step further and are make assault on a process server a felony.

What is assault?

Assault occurs when someone is intentionally placed under the threat of bodily injury by another person. If the offender actually injures the person they are threatening, they have committed assault and battery.

How does assault affect process servers?

When a process server sets out to do their job, they are placing themselves in an emotionally charged situation. The person being served may be in an unstable mental and emotional state. When someone is presented with papers it could be a breaking point, and they may become violent. Process servers are representatives of the court and many feel that because of this there should be stricter consequences for individuals who attempt to stop them from completing their work or hurt them while they are doing their jobs.

Instances of process server assault

Stories about process servers being assaulted while on the job have become more prevalent in the news. Reports of process servers being punched, hit with baseball bats and even shot are not as uncommon as they used to be.

Recently, an Auburn process server was assaulted when trying to serve eviction papers. The offender shot Kathy Stevenson with an airsoft gun, threw rocks at her, broke her car window and smeared mud in her face. The perpetrator was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism and is currently out on a $25,000 bond.

Earlier this year the Mayor of Mendenhall was charged with assault on a process server. Mayor Womack claims that he was unaware that the person knocking on his door was a Mississippi process server and feared for the safety of his family. The process server claims the Mayor swore at him and assaulted him, even after he made his purpose clear. Mayor Mendenhall was found guilty of simple assault, a misdemeanor, and forced to pay a $485 fine.

Also this year, an Illinois state lawyer, Allen W. James plead guilty to a misdemeanor aggravated assault for pulling a gun on a process server in the parking lot of a courthouse in 2008. James claims he was defending himself, however, the court found that he had been evading service for a personal lawsuit the day before and most likely pulled out his gun in an attempt to further avoid service. James was initially charged with two felonies but was only found guilty of a misdemeanor. He was forced to pay a $1,500 fine and was suspended from work for 60 days. James was not reelected to his position and no longer works for the state of Illinois.

With assault on the rise and stories like this continually hitting the news, it is apparent that process servers need protection now more then ever.

What laws are currently in place protecting process servers?

Many states have laws protecting process servers from assault, but there has been a recent push to make assault on a process server a felony, not just a misdemeanor. In late 2011, Illinois became the first state to pass legislation making assault on an Illinois process server a felony charge. Senator Mike Jacobs of Illinois stated that “We have increased the assault penalties over the years for those people who work on behalf of the State Government and law enforcement, and this legislation will extend these protections for those who work on behalf of the courts.”

“We brought that legislation to the Illinois State Congress because we know that process servers are getting attacked out there and it’s not being reported,” Illinois Association of Professional Process Servers (IAPS) Treasurer Keith McMaster explained, “hopefully this is an event that we can take to all the associations and NAPPS can, in the future, take this legislation to the states that don’t have an association.” Since the passing of the Illinois law, California has enacted a similar law and Washington has proposed one as well. New York process servers have presented bills to the legislature making assault on a process server a class D felony. Larry Yellon, president of the New York State Professional Process Servers Association, is hopeful that the bills will be signed into law and assist other states in enacting similar laws. Process servers are applauding these states and hoping to see similar legislation passed across the country. Other associations have added pushing for assault legislation to their goals.

Why is it important for process servers to be protected from assault?

Process servers perform a task that is integral to the court’s functionality. Senator Jacobs hopes that the new Illinois law “might be the deterrent necessary to keep process servers safe while they perform their duties.” As representatives of the court, many process servers feel that they are entitled to the same protection as other workers involved in the legal process. In any case, with the heightened emotions that come with serving process and the situations that can arise, it’s important for process servers to be protected from assault.

How can you help process servers become protected?

By joining your local association or a national association such as the National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS), you can combine forces with other process servers and raise awareness regarding the issues that affect your industry. With backing and support from associations, legislation protecting process servers will more easily become law. Get in touch with your local association to find out more on what you can do to help.

Have you or a process server you know been assaulted? Share your story below!

When they own all the information, they can bend it all they want

We shall overcome.

Wrongfully Accused Defendants May Have Recourse in the Civil Courts

Wrongfully Accused Defendants
May Have Recourse in the Civil Courts

If someone is falsely accused of a crime, pleads not guilty, and the charges are dismissed, he or she may be able to file suit against the person who brought the charges. For example, if a private citizen files a false criminal charge against another person, or falsely makes a complaint to a police officer that results in another’s arrest, and if no conviction results, the accused may be able to sue the accuser for malicious prosecution. Continue reading

Help expose corruption in the Carson City Sheriff Department and DA office – we will post your stories anonymously

Help expose corruption in the Carson City Sheriff Department – we will post your stories anonymously.

Email NevadaWatchDOG@rocketmail.com

We have DUI coverups for Carson City judge, beatings, cops selling meth and more.  We try to vet each story, so stay tuned a the vetting begins and the criminals behind their badges are exposed.

Carson City Sheriff and DA Neil Rombardo trump up false charges against Robben

Breaking news here on NSPW. The process server who Susan Martinovich’s SUV ran over his foot evading service of a court subpoena was arrested on August 15, 2012.  Ty Robben is charged with trumped up assault and  disturbing the peace NRS 200.010 for trying to serve NDOT Director Susan Martinovich who was evading service and ran over his foot in her effort to avoid service.   Apparently the DA Rombardo realized stalking/harassment was not going to stick, so dropped that charge and fabricated assault and disturbing the peace.  Didn’t Martinovich assault Robben with a deadly weapon called a car (SUV) when she ran over his foot? and then proceed to leave the scene?  …Then she filed a false police report. More to come shortly. The Carson City cronies really messed up on this one. Notice on the Carson City Sheriff Report  (click to see report) the original charge of Harassment is now gone and Martinovich did not want to press charges against  Robben. So who trumped up the charges? DA Neil Rombardo and his cronies. Remember Neil Rombardo was once a Senior Nevada Attorney General.  See the pattern of the people that come from the AG office?

“It is an honor for me to serve the people of Carson City and the State of Nevada as Carson City’s District Attorney.  Above all, it is important to remember that this position is a public trust bestowed upon me, and it is my duty to consider this trust in all decision making as Carson City’s District Attorney.” —Neil A. Rombardo

We ‘trust’ you’ll resign Mr. Rombardo after this costly mess as your actions against Robben have opened Pandora’s box.

Here’s the definition of assault and as you can see, this won’t stick because Robben was serving court papers and not attempting to use physical force against another person or placing Martinovich in apprehension of immediate bodily harm.  Robben never touched Martinovich or opened her car door as asserted in the false Sheriff report. Instead Martinovich assaulted Robben with her damn car. Look for a jury demand if this goes to court.

NRS 200.471  Assault: Definitions; penalties. [Effective January 1, 2012.]

1.  As used in this section:

    (a) “Assault” means:

           (1) Unlawfully attempting to use physical force against another person;

           

Susan Martinovich still has not provided insurance information to cover the x-ray costs.

New protests with new banners and signs to debut very soon.  We’re taking the protest back to the court of corruption on Musser St. Interesting JP Armstrong got into this mess in time for reelection season.

Interesting that Carson City Judge John Tatro has to blow into a breathalyzer each day before going on the bench.  This fact adds credence to the DUI cover-up involving Carson City Judge John Tatro. 

More posts coming soon to show the truth and corruption involved in this Carson City cover up.

By the way, the Sheriff fellas at the Carson City jail we’re all very nice and professional.  The food is terrible. Glad to get the bail posted and on with the personal injury lawsuit against Martinovich. I am told these charge will not stick and as more evidence comes out and people speak out, the Corrupt Carson City officials behind this scandal will be exposed.

Much more to come.  I am sure this will be all over the news, so be sure to check back.  The mug shot looks good, Robben made sure to smile for the camera.  You know this whole thing is going to backfire on the Sheriff, DA and AG because Robben has new information coming up daily and the show has just begun. The retaliation and cover-up will be assured to make national news in the days or weeks  to come.  Stay tuned as all this develops.

Sell the Governor’s jet airplane – No more pilots – co$ting taxpayer million$

Word on Musser St. –  Not totally vetted. Both NDOT State pilots are gone.  They left abruptly.

Why should Sandoval get a jet anyway that cost taxpayers millions of dollars a year for the luxury  item. He should dive or fly Southwest like the rest of us.

There is too much controversy including the cost to taxpayers. Sell the damn thing already or reinstate the former pilot.

KRNV – Server says NDOT director avoided subpoena, ran over foot

Here’s the link http://www.mynews4.com/news/local/story/Reno-carson-city-ndot-subpoena-martinovich/Vow6FdG2CEeVPJYiwziJDQ.cspx

KRNV TV News 4 covers the Susan Martinovich hit-and-run story

KRNV TV News 4 covers the Susan Martinovich hit-and-run story

All the State can do is lie and defame Robben.  Robben has no other TPOs against him by anyone. This is their game plan. Lie, get the press guy (Public Dis-Information Officer) buffoon named SCOTT MAGRUDER to try and work-the-press spin.  Magruder will be unemployed when this is all over.  How could anyone trust this  after he gets creamed by a little pro-per litigant in 2 weeks.

We took down the post on Carson City Sheriff Bob Guimont in good faith. We encourage the gang abatement programs including the “Gangbangers” in the AG office.  

We are not trying to get involved in Carson City Sheriff personnel drama/scandals or pick sides within the factions.

Believe me, the comments came in PRO AND CON and we decided to not to post most of them.

We do feel the police report was a COVER-UP one sided.

Robben’s 911 call and report are completely whitewashed.  In fact, Robben’s complaints of hit-and-run and leaving the scene and 911 call were never accounted for in the report. A key witness was not interviewed. We knew there was no video from Smith’s. The report claims the door of her Dodge Durango came open! We will post more as we glean, but we can’t give the total game plan away. NDOT should know what we are reading and they know where they lied. The are some very, very big lies here and I’ll have to hold posting until after the Court hearing, but it appears people should be going to jail on perjury and falsification of a Sheriff report when I am done with this.  Of course, the Judges will probably let these people off with not jail or a slap on the hand, they will reward this behavior and punish Robben for exposing the lies, perjury and corruption. Then all hell will break loose and the protests will RAGE.

As things develop, the ‘false police report and TPO application’ filed by Martinovich should stick.

New signs will  be made for our next demonstration:

CARSON SHERIFF COVER-UP HIT AND RUN for NDOT Director Susan Martinovich

Las Vegas Review Journal covers the NDOT Director Sue Martinovich hit-and-run

SUPERMARKET SHUFFLE

Here in the state capital, residents have become accustomed to protesters and large banners being placed in front of government buildings calling for an end to corruption in state government. It’s no big deal anymore.

But the scene at the local Smith’s supermarket about 4:30 p.m. Aug. 6 could have been out of a comic strip.

Nevada Department of Transportation Director Susan Martinovich jumped from one car to another while trying to evade Ty Robben. He was trying to serve papers to require her to appear at a Tuesday personnel hearing over her dismissal of former state pilot James Richardson.

Martinovich, according to Robben, drove over his foot when he tried to serve the legal papers. He filed a hit-and-run complaint with the Carson City Sheriff’s Office. She filed a harassment complaint against Robben. She wants a restraining order to prevent him from coming anywhere near her.

But Scott Magruder, the Transportation Department spokesman, said he was with Martinovich, who became frightened when Robben “banged” on her car windows.

“It was kind of comical,” Robben said of the incident, asserting Martinovich just should have accepted service when he appeared at her office last week.

Although his foot is causing him pain, Robben said he has been “too busy” to seek medical attention and lacks insurance. Magruder said he doubts Robben’s foot even was touched and believes the Smith’s video cameras will show it wasn’t.

Robben was fired in 2009 by the Department of Taxation and has been fighting that dismissal in court. He awaits a decision from the Nevada Supreme Court that might take another year.

He said that anyone can be a process server and that he was trying to help out Richardson, a friend.

Since his dismissal, he and people like Richardson, fired by Martinovich in 2008 from his pilot’s job, have been leading protests against state government officials.

“I am the victim here,” Robben said. “She ran over my foot and filed a false report.”

Richardson has won several court decisions requiring the Transportation Department to give him back pay and put him back to work. But he has contended they are trying to return him to jobs where he would seldom, if ever, fly. He also said the pilot position he has been offered has not been properly funded.

Martinovich did show up Tuesday to testify at Richardson’s hearing before a personnel officer.

“There were 15 armed security officers there,” Robben said.

Martinovich retires in September.

– Ed Vogel

No Bear Hunt NV Rally at Governor’s Mansion

March to Governor Sandoval’s Mansion, Sept 2, 2011, protesting the Nevada bear hunt. It was introduced without following due process, without considering huge public opposition and outcry. Here’s Kat Simmon’s addressing the group at the mansion.

Uploaded on Aug 16, 2011

The Bunny Ranch has joined in support of NoBearHuntNV.org to prevent the senseless hunting and killing of bears for the first time in Nevada’s history.

Nevada government admits to gangstalking ANTI-Corruption movement

Furthermore, Ms. Martinovich indicated the Nevada Attorney General (“NAG”) office is stalking Mr. Robben! On Page 2 line 12-13 Ms. Martinovich writes  “Robben is the individual who has been under review by the NHP and the Nevada Attorney General [NAG MASTO] office”.

There are very strange things happening to the people who speak out about corruption in Nevada. Government gangstalking.  This includes being followed and watched under surveillance including wiretaps, bugs and planting tracking devices on the cars of the individuals under review by the NHP and AG. Under cover agents peering through the windows brandishing firearms.

This is all very real and very scary and very real.  Remember the movie called Enemy of the State?

Gang Stalking. Closing The Gap

Ok for those who still do not think that Gang Stalking is real, read this book, and then tell me if you still feel this way.

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Are you being followed around by groups of people that you don’t know? Strange occurrences? Losing jobs, having to move, and a whole lot of bad luck that just can’t be explained? Feeling as if you are being watched? Under surveillance?

Closing the Gap takes a deeper look in how laws are being perverted to blacklist and target innocent people and put them on notification lists, once listed, the persons life slowly starts to fall apart.

Complaint after complaint about groups of strangers following and stalking go unheard. Harassment by strangers in the community goes ignored by authorities, and an innocent persons life starts to fall apart and they never know why.

Rumours and gossip follows. Friends, family and those around the target start to think maybe the person is having a mental breakdown, but in reality it’s just the start of an unimaginable nightmare, that can continue for years to come.

Closing The Gap takes a deeper look into the Gang Stalking phenomenon and how community notification programs are being used and abused to destroy the lives of innocent citizens. These programs are being used to create a system of state control and conformity.

The citizens of democratic countries have been mobilized as weapons for the state. They are being used as a clearing house for those who the state see as unfit, and undesirable. The state in every community, workplace, and most families have created a disturbing, interconnected system of surveillance, and control.

Once targeted, the person in question is blacklisted. Then those around the target are categorically enlisted into the states monitoring, supervision, and annexing of the target.

There are some slightly dated obscure websites the discuss this gang-stalking and State sponsored terrorismReno Gang Stalkers is interesting and leads us to http://www.freewebs.com/criminalcomplaints/

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More protests and new bigger mobile sign prototype

We will ramp up with more protests and new bigger mobile sign next week. We can’t wait to show off the new signage.  The new mobile sign will allow us to protest all over town in new locations and longer durations.  We have new protest surprises for Nevada government officials to keep their attention and keep coming back to our awesome websites.

We’ll put up pictures of the new signs very soon.

Here’s the mobile sign prototype with interchangeable signs to accommodate any situation.

More protests and new bigger mobile sign prototype

More protests and new bigger mobile sign prototype

The Nevada State Personnel scandals and corruption keep coming at a manic pace – Keep ’em coming

The Nevada State Personnel scandals and corruption keep coming at a manic pace – Keep ’em coming.

We’ve been promoting our cause and NevadaStatePersonnelWATCH.wordpress.com and the results are overwhelming.

We have more new reports of Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto’s office BACKDATING court documents in other cases that have been reported. More to come on this later.

We have more Taxation reports of corruption.

We have reports that State Hearing Officers are operating without legal contracts. Update – Personnel officers contracts were approved in June 2012 and would make these contracts legal.  However, the original June BOE meeting agenda did not list any personnel hearing officer contracts to the best of out knowledge since we we’re looking for this info at that time. Perhaps another Nevada Open Meeting Law violation?  We’ll go back and look to see what transpired.

We have reports of Nevada Officials using false credentials on their resumes.

NDOT Pilot Story developing – State fires pilot again August 2012.

Department of Transportation to comply with rehiring order

CARSON CITY — A Nevada Department of Transportation official said Tuesday that the agency will comply with a state Supreme Court order to rehire fired state pilot Jim Richardson.

Department spokesman Scott Magruder said his agency must reach an agreement with Richardson because the high court refuses to reconsider. He added that Director Susan Martinovich opposes appealing in federal court.

Read more here http://www.lvrj.com/news/department-of-transportation-to-comply-with-rehiring-order-136671398.html

http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2011/nov/16/court-sides-fired-pilot-who-claimed-state-plane-wa/

Court sides with fired pilot who claimed state plane was operated unsafely

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NDOTThe state Department of Transportation looked into complaints by a former state pilot of safety lapses involving Nevada’s Cessna Citation, shown in 2006.

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Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011 | 4:38 p.m.

CARSON CITY —

The Nevada Supreme Court ruled in favor of a former Transportation Department pilot who said he was unjustly fired for raising red flags about the operation of the state plane.

Jim Richardson, of Carson City, said the Nevada Department of Transportation fired him in 2008 for blowing the whistle on unsafe operation of the state’s 10-seat Cessna Citation. The plane landed with only minutes of fuel left a number of times, took off overweight and was operated by a 14-year-old boy under the direction of the former chief pilot.

Some of these incidents happened while transporting top officials, including former Gov. Jim Gibbons.

Richardson lawyer, Jeff Blanck, said he expects Richardson to be reinstated as a pilot and receive 3 ½ years back pay, almost $250,000.

The state has maintained that Richardson was fired for not immediately reporting an incident, when an intern “over-revved” the plane’s engine.

Richardson admitted he made a mistake, but said the punishment was too harsh. In appealing his firing, Richardson argued that former Chief Pilot Gary Phillips had been merely demoted for the more serious safety violations.

NDOT said it was still pursuing its legal options. “We don’t agree with this judgment, and we are working with the Attorney General’s office and evaluating how to proceed,” according to a statement.

Richardson’s reinstatement “is supported by substantial evidence and is not arbitrary or capricious in any way,” according to the three-member decision. The order reversed District Court Judge Todd Russell’s ruling in 2009, which had found in favor of NDOT and allowed Richardson to be fired.

The case was remanded back to Russell.

The union that represents state workers had held up Richardson’s case as evidence that state workers need collective bargaining rights, a goal of state public employees for decades. After the administrative hearing officer said NDOT had to rehire Richardson, the department put him to work carrying 120-pound bags of rock, Richardson said, before the administrative judge clarified his decision that he had to be rehired as a pilot.

When Russell overturned that decision, it made the union’s case much less sympathetic.

“This was a blatant attempt by NDOT to retaliate against Mr. Richardson,” said Neil Lake, president of AFSCME Local 4041, which represents state workers.

Richardson, in an interview, said he was looking forward to getting back to work for the state.

We have pictures of NDOT Chief Pilot letting his kid fly the State plane:

Nevada Department of Transportation

Nevada Department of Transportation Chief Pilot Gary Phillips illegally flying State jet.

Nevada Department of Transportation

Nevada Department of Transportation Chief Pilot Gary Phillips

Nevada Department of Transportation

Nevada Department of Transportation Chief Pilot Gary Phillips

August 03, 2012 mini-protest at Governor Sandoval’s mansion in Carson City, Nevada

After a full day of protesting in Reno, we took the protest to Governor Brian Sandoval’s mansion in Carson City for a mini protest.  We peacefully setup a few signs outside the backyard where a jazz concert was being performed.  We laid low and caught the attention on the concert goers after the final set.

The people were pleasant and we had no problems with anyone.  We spoke the the Governor’s mansion management and told them we’ll be doing more mini and even full scale protests at the Governor’s mansion in the near future 😉

August 03, 2012 mini-protest at Governor Sandoval's mansion in Carson City, Nevada

Future NV ANTI-Corruption protests at the Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval's Mansion will incorporate the CRIME SCENE banner
Future NV ANTI-Corruption protests at the Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval’s Mansion will incorporate the CRIME SCENE banner

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests – Rockin’ the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012

We took the Nevada ANTI-CORRUPTION protest to Reno again for a day of protest in front of the Reno office of Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto on Kietzke Lane at the round-a-bout.

DAWN PATROL – We got there early and setup under the smokey sunrise and captivated the morning rush hour traffic.

The CRIME SCENE banner was in full force and the signage commanded the attention of everyone including the Reno 911 Police Department who showed up in an unmarked cruiser.   The property management also took notice.  In the end, the RPD and  property management folks were supportive and respected out 1st amendment rights.  The peaceful protest continued and our CRIME SCENE banner was still there for the duration of the protest at 5:00pm.

We thank RPD, the property management and the other businesses in the area for their understanding.  We will be back at this location to shoot TV news footage at a later date. We respect the businesses in the area and we will try to comply with any requests.  We are also at the mercy of the weather and wind in particular, so if we protests here again, we will try to have out banner flying before noon and we will shut down at a time to be determined.

We encourage anyone witnessing the protest to complain to Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto at

aginfo@ag.nv.gov

Please – call her office (775) 684-1100 and tell her that as a constituent, you are not happy to hear about the corruption and tell her to fix the problems or resign!

Carson City Office:
Office of the Attorney General
100 North Carson Street
Carson City, Nevada 89701-4717
(775) 684-1100

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests - Rockin' the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests – Rockin’ the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests - Rockin' the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests – Rockin’ the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests - Rockin' the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests – Rockin’ the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests - Rockin' the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto
Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests – Rockin’ the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests - Rockin' the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests – Rockin’ the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests - Rockin' the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Hot August NV ANTI-CORRUPTION Protests – Rockin’ the Reno Roundabout Aug. 03, 2012 Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto

Nevada Department of Taxation – Past, Present & Future with Christopher G. Nielsen

Please see the earlier post on NV ANTI-Corruption Dept. of Taxation Protesting here:  https://nevadastatepersonnelwatch.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/july-2012-updates-continued-nevada-anti-corruption-targets-dept-of-taxation-for-fraud-and-retalation/ 

We’re working on a new video about the Nevada Department of Taxation tentatively titled – Nevada Department of Taxation: An orgy of CORRUPTION – Where did $250,000,000.00 million dollars go?

The content covers the department scandals under the Dino DiCianno administration up to the new leadership of Christopher G. Nielsen who was the Deputy Director under former Dino DiCianno regime. DiCianno “abruptly retired” in March 2011. Chris Nielsen was the General Counsel in the Office of Governor Jim Gibbons and as Senior Deputy Attorney General in the Office of the Attorney General for the state of Nevada.. Mr. Nielsen then reappointed Deputy Director to Taxation after Gibbons lost to Brian Sandoval.

Taxation Department losing tens of millions of dollars a year, ex-employees say

Taxation Department losing tens of millions of dollars a year, ex-employees say
Taxation Department losing tens of millions of dollars a year, ex-employees say

AP News:

NV tax director abruptly retires after audit flap

Nevada’s top tax man abruptly retired Friday, a day after he revealed his agency hadn’t audited mining industry tax collections in two years and lacked trained staff to determine if the mining companies were paying proper net proceeds taxes.

In a statement, Gov. Brian Sandoval thanked Dino DiCianno for his years of service and wished him well in his retirement.

“He has been a loyal and dedicated public servant for three decades,” Sandoval said.

The governor said Chris Nielsen, taxation deputy director, will lead the agency until a permanent replacement is found.

Sandoval asked Nielsen to prepare a transition plan and immediate strategy to resume auditing mine operators to ensure the proper payment of the net proceeds of minerals tax. He also directed the state’s Internal Audit Division to assist the tax agency.

In a hearing Thursday before the Senate Revenue Committee, DiCianno told lawmakers that his department only had two-and-a-half people to conduct audits, and that they relied largely on the companies’ revenue projections and reports in calculating taxes.

It prompted a terse exchange with Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford, D-North Las Vegas, who at one point said he may “need to start taking blood pressure medication.”

DiCianno also said the governor was unaware of the lack of audits, but that he had asked his staff to “dust off the internal audit manual” and get up to speed.

Nevada’s mining industry, with gold prices soaring to record highs, is a shining target in the gloom of the state’s budget battles as the state tries to claw its way out of the Great Recession while leading the nation in joblessness, foreclosures and bankruptcies.

Also revealed during Thursday’s hearing were the business deductions the mining industry is allowed to take before declaring their taxable net income. The deductions include an array of expenses including advertising costs, severance payments, employee or worker bonuses and sales tax.

According to the taxation department, deductions for Barrick Gold Corp. will amount to $1.7 billion this year. These deductions lower the mining company’s taxable income to $1 billion. Were taxation based on gross income instead of net, the tax department’s report shows Barrick would face taxes on almost $2 billion in 2011.

The more things change, the more they stay the same…
Anyway, we found some old pictures which reminded us of the Texting scandal of former disgraced Nevada Jim Gibbons. Gibbons’ dedication to his office was called into question again six months later. On April 2, 2009, while appearing before a legislative panel to promote his renewable energy bill, Gibbons pulled out his cellphone and began texting. News stories used this incident to revisit the 860 messages he sent to his alleged paramour, and a 37-second video of him introducing himself to the panel, with a 17-second break in order to send the text message and refocus on the hearing was posted on YouTube

Christopher G. Nielsen, Andrew Clinger and Jim Gibbons share a text.

Christopher G. Nielsen, Andrew Clinger and Jim Gibbons share a text.

Christopher G. Nielsen, Andrew Clinger and Jim Gibbons share a text.

Christopher G. Nielsen, Andrew Clinger and Jim Gibbons share a text.

Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons broken Tax Pledge 

Source Wikipedia:

Jim Gibbons pledged during his 1996 campaign for governor to not impose new taxes on businesses or individuals in Nevada.[63] Gibbons broke his tax pledge on several occasions. The state’s Business Tax on employer’s payrolls which was initiated in 1992 was increased under Gibbon’s term and renamed the “Modified Business Tax”. Various mandatory fees and licenses administered by the Nevada Department of Taxation were also significantly increased under Gibbon’s term. Most particularly was the State of Nevada’s yearly business license fee. This license fee was doubled from $100.00 to $200.00. Due to the additional tax burden of the increased Modified Business Tax on Nevada’s small businesses during a downward business cycle, this tax was readjusted to a lesser rate by the 2011 Nevada legislative session during the leadership of Governor Brian Sandoval.
It was also discovered during the 2011 Nevada Legislative hearings that the Nevada Department of Taxation’s director, Dino DiCianno, never had the Tax Department under Gibbon’s leadership conduct Net Proceeds of Minerals (NPM) tax audits of mining operations within Nevada. Mr. DiCianno’s claim was that the Tax Department did not have qualified auditors capable of performing NPM audits. During Gibbon’s term market prices of precious minerals were at historical and significant high levels. The market selling price of Gold was in the $1,300 to $1,500+ per ounce range during Gibbon’s term. Gibbons was also a geologist and lawyer.
During Gibbons term Nevada lead North America in Gold and Silver production. Also Nevada was ranked No. 3 in the world for Gold production. After Mr. DiCianno’s testimony to the Nevada legislature that no NPM audits were conducted while Gibbon’s was governor he resigned the following day.

Governor Sandoval latter appointed William Chissel, a CPA with an auditing background as the replacement director of the Nevada Tax Department.
In the release of the Nevads Department of Taxation’s annual report in January 2012 which represented the fiscal year of July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011, it was presented that the audit penetration rate (percentage of Nevada taxpayers audited of the total population of registered Nevada businesses) was the lowest amount in 6 years. The Tax Department during this 6 year period in the years 2006 and 2007, made a significant investment in new tax administration and audit software along with employee training to provide increased efficiency and audit performance. Accenture Consulting Services formerly a unit of Arthur Anderson & Co. was selected to design and implement the tax administration software. Revenue Solutions Inc. of Boston, Massachusetts was selected as a subcontractor by Accenture to design and implement the tax auditing software system.
Approximately $40,000,000.00 was invested in new tax administration and audit software. The results of this investment after implementation of this system as shown in Tax Department’s annual reports (2008, 2009, 2010) have been abysmal.
During the first full year of leadership under the new Director William Chissel the Tax Department was frought with turmoil and discontent.

Mr. Chissel exited the director’s position and was replaced by a former Deputy Attorney General assigned to the Department, Christopher G. Nielsen. Mr. Nielsen assumed the Executive Director’s duties on July 1, 2012. Mr. Nielsen was previously a Deputy Director of the Tax Department and was also an Acting Director after the termination of Dino DiCianno. Mr. Nielsen was in the position of Acting Director for several months prior to the appointment of William Chissel as Executive Director.

Same CORRUPT Tax Plan - Brian Sandoval or Jim Gibbons with better hair?

Same CORRUPT Tax Plan – Brian Sandoval or Jim Gibbons with better hair?

Governor Brian Sandoval Controversy

Source Wikipedia.

The Sandoval administration was immediately immersed in controversy when Sandoval retained Nevada Department of Taxation Director Dino DiCianno from the previous Jim Gibbons administration. [24]

It was discovered during the 2011 Nevada Legislative hearings that the Nevada Department of Taxation’s director, Dino DiCianno, never had the Tax Department under Gibbon’s leadership conduct Net Proceeds of Minerals (NPM) tax audits of mining operations within Nevada. Mr. DiCianno’s claim was that the Tax Department did not have qualified auditors capable of performing NPM audits. During Gibbon’s term market prices of precious minerals were at historical and significant high levels. The market selling price of Gold was in the $1,300 to $1,500+ per ounce range during Gibbon’s term. Gibbons was also a geologist and lawyer. The Nevada Department of Taxation closed the Elko, Nevada tax office in June 2010 in response to the requested Gibbons budget cuts. [25]

During Gibbons term Nevada lead North America in Gold and Silver production. Also Nevada was ranked No. 3 in the world for Gold production. After Mr. DiCianno’s testimony to the Nevada legislature that no NPM audits were conducted while Gibbon’s was governor he resigned the following day. See Bloomber Business Week and AP story “NV tax director abruptly retires after audit flap”[26] and Las Vegas Review Journal. [27] [28]

Governor Sandoval latter appointed William Chissel, a CPA with an auditing background as the replacement director of the Nevada Tax Department. [29]

On February 14, 2012 the Las Vegas Review Journal did a series of stories entitled “Taxation Department losing tens of millions of dollars a year, ex-employees say”. The story tells the various scandals that occurred in the Nevada Department of Taxation under Director Dino DiCianno. [30] [31]

After one year into his term as Governor, Nevada received a D- and ranked 42nd among states for anti-corruption and government transparency efforts, according to a new report from State Integrity Investigation. [32]

Nevada received a D- and ranked 42nd among states for anti-corruption and government transparency efforts, according to a new report from State Integrity Investigation. Nevada rated poorly in a number of areas, including grades of F for state pension fund management, lobbying disclosure and internal auditing, grades of D for public access to information and legislative accountability and a C- for executive accountability. [33]

Nevada D- for CORRUPTION under Brian Sandoval http://www.stateintegrity.org/nevada

Nevada D- for CORRUPTION under Brian Sandoval

In response to the wholesale corruption validated by the D- grade, a large number of Nevada citizens formed a coalition called the Nevada ANTI-Corruption movement.

The ANTI-Corruption movement held a series of demonstrations at the State Capital in Carson City, NV starting in April 2012. [34] [35]

The Nevada ANTI-Corruption movement created a website www.NevadaStatePersonnelWATCH.wordpress.com and a youtube video series called CSI: Carson City to correspond to the massive 130 foot long by 4 foot tall Crime Scene banner.

The ANTI-Corruption movement received massive media coverage and the CSI: Carson City videos went “viral” on youtube.

Sandoval is rumored to be on the short list for Republican President hopeful Mitt Romney’s Vice President pick. [36]

 

Taxation protests generate positive results, expose more corrution and will continue

The Nevada Department of Taxation protests generate positive results and will continue.

Current and former Tax employees confirm a culture-of-corruption still exists. Please email us at Nevadawatchdog@rocketmail.com to expose corruption, you can remain anonymous.

Nevada State Personnel Watch learns that a disgruntled person wiped “human defecation” on the desk/chair of Nevada Department of Taxation IT Director Vince Cherpeski. We can assure everyone it was not anyone of the people protesting or related to this web-site.  Interesting news, we wonder who did it.

Employees are still filing complaints, retaliation is rampant and even FMLA backdating has occurred. IT issues still occur and audits are problematic. People are supporting us and our cause.

Views to our youtube and NevadaStatePersonnelWatch.wordpress.com sites have gone off the hook.

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Look for the new AUDIT TAXATION for FRAUD sign and new signage showcasing the Rampant, Wholesale Corruption in Taxation.

Nevada Department of Taxation, Nevada Tax Commission, Chris Nielsen
Nevada Department of Taxation, Nevada Tax Commission, Chris Nielsen

See more Taxation protest pictures here: https://nevadastatepersonnelwatch.wordpress.com/2012/07/27/we-took-the-protest-to-reno-on-july-26-2012/