An Elko police officer shot and killed a 24-year-old man during a domestic dispute — the first officer-involved shooting in the rural northeast Nevada town in more than 15 years.

ELKO — An Elko police officer shot and killed a 24-year-old man during a domestic dispute — the first officer-involved shooting in the rural northeast Nevada town in more than 15 years. The man is Tabanico Pirtle, 24, of Elko.

The man and a woman were fighting over a rifle when police responded to a report of domestic violence at a home at about 6:30 a.m. Sunday, Elko Police Chief Ben Reed said.

The man, who hasn’t been identified, got control of the gun and then ignored police commands to drop the weapon. That’s when the officer fired several shots at the man, hitting him in the arm and lower extremities, Reed told the Elko Daily Free Press.

The man died several hours later at Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital. The woman was not seriously injured.

The Nevada Department of Public Safety and Washoe County Crime Lab were investigating the case.

“It’s going to take some time to sort all this out,” Police Lt. Rich Genseal told the newspaper.

The officer, a three-year veteran of the Elko police whose name has not been released, is on paid administrative leave pending conclusion of the investigation, Reed said.

Reed said the last officer-involved shooting in Elko was in 1998, when former Police Chief Mike Smith shot and killed an Indiana man who was holding a 16-year-old girl hostage on a Greyhound bus.

Reed said several officers responded to the incident within three minutes of a 911 call, which he said they believe came from a neighbor, not from inside the home.

Inmate Homicide at Nothern Nevada Correctional Center

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The Nevada Department of Corrections has reported there was a homicide at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center located just outside of Carson City today Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014.
Responding staff tried to reviving the inmate, but lifesaving efforts failed.

The NNCC facility is currently on lock-down status and will remain so until normal operations are reinstated. An investigation is underway and no further information is available at this time

Why are child molesters killed in jail by other prisoners ?

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In any society there are acceptable rules and behaviors… even in the “society” of criminals. Not every single one is a murderer, by the way, but even so, among criminals hurting a child is considered particularly heinous.

Another part of the dynamic is the natural human tendency to want to find something that makes one group “less” than another. If you think about it… in the criminal’s mind, someone must be pretty weak to pick on a child… compared to the other criminals who preyed on an adult who could assumedly defend themselves. Kinda twisted thinking, I know… but there ya go.

what you said make sense and i understood now
thanks for all the great answers as well
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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

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