Video has surfaced on YouTube showing a fight near the Reno Arch on Saturday night in downtown.

RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) —  Video has surfaced on YouTube showing a fight near the Reno Arch on Saturday night in downtown.

When two Reno police officers arrived, they found between eight and 10 people fighting, Officer Timothy Broadway said Monday.

The officers tried to break up the fight and later told them to quit resisting the officers, Broadway said.

A woman with a baton approached an officer who then responded by tasing the woman, Broadway said.

Once the woman was tased, the fight ended, she was treated at the scene for minor injuries and booked into the Washoe County jail.

Lena Conway, 28, was charged with obstructing and resisting an officer and possession of a dangerous weapon, police said.

Two other people also were charged and booked, Broadway said.

Joshua  Aguilar, 26, was charged  with obstructing and resisting an officer and passion of a dangerous weapon, police said. Taren Williams, 21, was charged with obstructing and resisting an officer, police said.

*AGE OF DECEIT* (FULL) Fallen Angels and the New World Order (FaceLikeTheSun)

Published on Mar 14, 2015

This is an incredible documentary about what’s really going on in the world.. Age of Deceit is a great starting place for anybody, especially someone who is new to learning the truth behind the great deception! This video is part of awakening orientation to help understand the truth behind all of the world that we’ve been shown.. Please be sure to check out FaceLikeTheSun on his Youtube channel and websites.. You can also purchase this DVD from him. the links are below.

Featured Image -- 24761Full length feature of Age of Deceit: Fallen Angels and the New World Order. A biblical look at the history of fallen angels and it’s relationship to the New World Order and the new age movement. Topics covered are the fall of mankind, the pre-flood world as Atlantis, the new age through theosophy, the fallen angels and their origin of planting the seeds to society, UFO’s, ET’s and abduction cases, demonic possession, channeling, and more. All of these things are explained and predicted in the bible. Featured on the video are Chris White of http://youtube.com/knowwheretorun1984 and http://nowheretorunradio.com as well as Douglas Hamp, author of “Corrupting the Image: Angels, Aliens and the Antichrist” athttp://douglashamp.com.

NOTE: Alice Bailey quote at 27 min is taken out of context and is my mistake. Bailey is describing Nazi ideology, however it does not change her views on Christianity as a whole.

For *AGE OF DECEIT* 2 (FULL): Alchemy and the Rise of the Beast Image” Movie, click here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfRzU…

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God Bless John Denver – The Wildlife Concert (Complete, High Quality and with Lyrics). Enjoy.

It’s nice to get some “sunshine on my shoulders” and listen to this awesome and inspirational music. Love western music and I live in the west in the Mother-lode. God Bless you John Denver, –Ty Robben

This is the full album including all the introductions to the songs and Denver’s opinion on conserving the environment .. Also, John Denver is probably at his musical best in this album 🙂 .. Click “Show More” for the song list with timings.

The song list is

00:56 – Eagles and Horses
05:46 – Country Roads
08:48 – Back Home Again
14:42 – You Say That The Battle Is Over
17:21 – A Song For All Lovers (the song starts at 18:55)
24:13 – Rocky Mountain High
28:40 – I Guess He’d Rather Be In Colorado
31:52 – I Think I’d Rather Be Cowboy
35:59 – For You
40:08 – I’m Sorry
43:47 – Fly Away
47:53 – Two Different Directions
51:12 – Shanghai Breezes
54:13 – Annie’s Song
58:06 – Sunshine On My Shoulders
1:05:13 – Wild Montana Skies
1:09:19 – Darcy Farrow
1:13:31 – Poems, Prayers And Promises
1:18:00 – The Harder They Fall
1:21:46 – Bet On The Blues
1:26:00 – Falling Out Of Love
1:30:49 – Calypso
1:36:15 – Amazon
1:42:56 – Leaving On A Jet Plane + Goodbye Again medley (the latter starts around1:46:16)

Thanks for watching !

VIDEO: Minden woman arrested after ramming car into Northern Nevada Coin

UPDATE: A 74-year-old woman has been arrested and faces felony and misdemeanor charges after allegedly driving drunk and ramming her car into Northern Nevada Coin late Thursday afternoon in Minden, a Douglas County sheriff’s sergeant said.

Cheryl Smith, 74, of Minden was booked into Douglas County Jail on suspicion of driving under the influence, assault with a deadly weapon and felony destruction of property.

Bail was posted Friday morning at $31,509.

 

MUST SEE: Cops BRUTALIZE protesters in Oakland and Berkeley = COPS are TERRORISTS

COPS are TERRORISTS

City of Berkeley told police to use restraint, avoid tear gas, on second night of protests

Mayor Tom Bates said Monday that he and other Berkeley City Council members had been disturbed by the aggressive tone of the demonstrations Saturday night, when Berkeley police shot rubber bullets, other projectiles, and tear gas at hundreds of demonstrators who refused to leave Telegraph Avenue. He conveyed this concern to Daniel, who apparently was also concerned. She then told Berkeley police to refrain from using tear gas unless absolutely necessary.

The result was that protesters smashed more than a dozen windows and sprayed graffiti on businesses up and down Shattuck Avenue, as well others on Telegraph Avenue. While a few businesses were damaged in the Saturday protests, including Wells Fargo Bank on San Pablo Avenue and Radio Shack on Shattuck, which was hit both nights, the damage was more severe the night of the stepped-back police response.

We regarded “the use of tear gas to be questionable,” said Bates. “We didn’t want to see it happen again unless absolutely necessary…. There was a backing off.” … Continue reading »

VIDEO: Carson City Polar Express

Team Travel Nevada finally gets to experience the magic in the Nevada Northern Railway’s Polar Express Train! With a trip on one of the oldest continually operating trains in the nation, the ride itself is a pretty incredible one, but a trip to the North Pole and Santa’s Village really makes the experience an unforgettable one! #TravelNevada

Dirt Bike Across Nevada

“Dirt Bike Across Nevada” we started at highway 50 and Fort Churchill road and went completely off road to Berlin-Ichthyosaur State park. We camped at Sand Mountain and Berlin. We went through deserts, canyons, playas and found meadows with wild horses. Camping was fantastic and it was a great way to see the beautiful scenery of Nevada.

Interview That Changes Everything – Dallas Ebola Nurse Speaks Out!

The video below was released minutes ago bykxan and features an interview called by NBC reporter Eric King: “The interview that changes everything.”

Dallas nurse Briana Aguirre joins the Today Show and shocks by giving us the behind the scenes actions that played out in the treatment of Thomas Eric Duncan, events that will leave every American who is paying attention to this unfolding nightmare scenario dumbfounded.

We have a large, wonderful facility…and I watched them violate basic principles of nursing,” Aguirre told TODAY’s Matt Lauer in an exclusive interview that aired Thursday. “I expected more out of us.”

‘We never talked about Ebola and we probably should have,’ [Aguirre] said. Instead, ‘they gave us an optional seminar to go to. Just informational, not hands on. It wasn’t even suggested we go … We were never told what to look for.’”

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MUST SEE VIDEO: Meet Your Strawman!

The story of how everyone has a strawman created for them at birth and how it is used to collect revenue for your government. A fun and informative animation made in the spirit of freedom by http://infomaticfilms.com/

If you are new to this phenomena which is also known as “The Strawman Illusion” and want to learn more, then I’d advise you to go and check out this awesome website: http://www.yourstrawman.com/

Other great websites and links:

Website explaining how you can get out of debt for free:
http://www.getoutofdebtfree.org/

Lawful Rebellion:
http://www.lawfulrebellion.org/

The British Constitution Group:
http://www.thebcgroup.org.uk/

BBC5.TV:
http://www.rinf.tv/

The Historical Background of the Lies, how things developed in England and America:
http://www.free-energy-devices.com/Ch…

The ins and outs of the systems of law:
http://web.archive.org/web/2006020608…

The Strawman Illusion Explained:
http://educate-yourself.org/cn/strawm…

Freeman On The Land:
http://www.fmotl.com/

THOSE IN POWER HAVE A BIG SECRET

Paying tax is OPTIONAL !!

Getting a licence is OPTIONAL !!

Registering a vehicle is OPTIONAL !!

Paying a fine is OPTIONAL !!

Attending a court is OPTIONAL !!


YOU CAN IF YOU WANT TO, BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO

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Incredibly Bright UFO in Las Vegas Nevada

A helicopter? a  Drone? a UFO? Who the fuck knows…

Published on Oct 7, 2014

Video of an incredibly bright UFO captured in Las Vegas Nevada on the night of 10-06-2014.

I was having a slow and quiet night of UFO hunting and decided to stop early. After being inside for a while I came back out onto my patio and could not resist scanning the sky just once. I noticed an extremely bright light approximately six or seven miles away. I ran into the house and grabbed my camera. I was so happy to see that it was still there when I got back outside. I filmed the UFO for almost twenty minutes. During that time it didn’t appear to me as if the object moved. It looked to be in the southern foothills of Red Rock Canyon on the side that face Las Vegas Nevada.

Reno/Sparks Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2014

More than 700 residents of Northern Nevada and representatives of numerous entities, including the Renown Institute for Neurosciences, supported the Reno/Sparks Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2014. Despite the cold rainy weather, participants walked around the Sparks Marina to raise money to fight Alzheimer’s disease. The event raised more than $132,000. The team raising the largest donation is Sigma Kappa, Kappa Xi – $16,230. The participant who raised the most money is Oggie Hewerdine – $3,001.

GOOD COP: Cop nixes ticket, buys mom booster seat for child

This is what happens when cops act as “peace officers” and “people” instead of “law enforcement officers” and “police state thugs”… Good Job to Michigan officer Ben Hall!

EMMETT TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A Michigan officer who pulled over a vehicle because a 5-year-old girl wasn’t secured in a booster seat decided a ticket wouldn’t cut it.

Instead, Emmett Township public safety officer Ben Hall bought her a seat.

“A ticket doesn’t solve the situation,” Hall told WXMI-TV. “What solves it is the child being in the booster seat like she should be. It was the easiest 50 bucks I ever spent.”

Hall was on patrol Friday in the southern Michigan community when he pulled over the vehicle after someone reported that it had an unsecured young child inside. Alexis DeLorenzo and her daughter were riding with a friend, and Hall said DeLorenzo told him that she had fallen on hard times and couldn’t afford a booster seat.

“I was in a spot where I could help her,” Hall said.

DeLorenzo said she knew that they could have been ticketed, but instead, DeLorenzo told her to meet him at a Wal-Mart, where he bought her the seat.

“It changed my life,” DeLorenzo said. “I’m never going to forget him. And neither will my daughter.”

CAT FIGHT: Marshall, Cegavske clash in Las Vegas debate

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Polling shows tight race for Nevada Secretary of State candidate Kate Marshall

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LAS VEGAS — Nevada Treasurer Kate Marshall and state Sen. Barbara Cegavske clashed over campaign reform and voter ID laws in their first debate in the secretary of state’s race.

Marshall, a Democrat, on Friday night criticized her Republican opponent for voting against major campaign reform at least three times.

“I really think this is an area where I and my opponent are far apart,” Marshall said. “I think we can do a lot better.”

Cegavske, in turn, said she favors more transparency in disclosing travel, gifts and campaign donations, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.

She also noted Democrats have controlled both houses of the Legislature for several sessions and did not press for such reform.

“Yes, I do think we need to have some reform,” Cegavske said. “We need to make sure lobbyists are accountable as well.”

Marshall said that when the GOP ran the Senate, Cegavske was chair of the Legislative Operations and Election Committee, which was known as “the morgue of ethics reform.”catfight

Cegavske, who ran the committee in 2005, said the panel reviewed more than 1,000 bills, including ones for campaign and ethics reforms. She suggested many of the bills did not clear the committee or were killed because they had provisions either Republicans or Democrats could not accept.

In the 2013 session, a major campaign-finance bill proposed by current Secretary of State Ross Miller died in conference committee. Cegavske voted against it.

Cegavske said she also supports a voter ID law to require registered voters to show some form of personal identification at the polls.

But Marshall is against voter ID, saying it is unnecessary and could disenfranchise some voters.

The secretary of state oversees Nevada’s election process.

The hour-long debate was aired by Vegas PBS. http://www.vegaspbs.org/video-on-demand/watch/

Meet Kate Marshall…

Mark Krueger loses debate for Carson City DA gig – Jason Woodbury leads race for next DA

A CASE FOR A LAWYER

“If there were no bad people, there would be no good lawyers.” –Charles Dickens

Last night, the League of Women Voters of Northern Nevada hosted another “debate” forum, this time for the candidates for Carson City District Attorney. Mark Kruger, currently a Deputy District Attorney, and Jason Woodbury, coming out of private practice to run for the first time for public office. Attendance was light and with only two candidates on deck, the session was over rather quickly. The League, once again, demonstrated that it knows how to get things done and this forum was no exception.

The DA Actions Starts here: http://youtu.be/-Xi9Zmdg5Mg?t=16m27s

Introductions began with Woodbury outlining his background which you’ve already seen here, and then proceeded to his top three issues: Retention of high quality personnel and the high personnel turnover rate at the DA’s office which he believes is indicative of larger issues; delayed prosecutions for which he would “claim ownership” and only grant delays when absolutely necessary; and lastly renew and strictly adhere to the Open Meeting Law.

Kruger also provided his background and outlined his recent trial history and attributes. His three issues were: Expand victim witness programs including the recently touted dog program; decried Woodbury’s backing by defense attorneys who he claimed were responsible for the delays in trials; and then never really got to a third point while rambling over topics like services and saving taxpayers money. If this event were scored, the majority of points would have to go to Woodbury. His delivery was forceful, his points clear, and he provided specific measures he would implement to fix issues both candidates identified.

Kruger’s delivery was less confident and concise, though his experience as a trial attorney was clearly evident. One felt as if the audience was a jury and he was making closing arguments on a weak case.

When it came to audience questions, the first focused on the significant delays in child cases requiring victims to tell their story repeatedly. The author pointed to the Washoe County advocate programs as a successful model. Kruger claimed extensive experience with child abuse cases and with child advocacy programs but stated it requires a community effort and he would “reach out to the community” for this type of support. Woodbury stated that “we need to be realistic on what to expect” and went on to explain that Carson City lacks the resources to create a specific center but did have multiple resources capable of addressing the issues faced by victims. He went on to state that the DA’s Office needed to recognize that repeatedly postponing trials re-victimizes the victims.

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Mark Krueger Carson City, Nevada

This round went to Woodbury though he didn’t claim experience in working these types of cases, he was a clear proponent of effectively using existing resources as opposed to Kruger’s ambiguous “reaching out to the community.”

mark kruegerOn the subject of marijuana laws, both candidates spoke to the ambiguity of the effectiveness of treatment programs as well as the probability of changes in the law. Woodbury argued that strict enforcement of existing law was the essential. Kruger spoke to driving under the influence and strict enforcement of criminal law through aggressive prosecution to keep the community safe. No clear winner on this topic; its uncharted water for Nevada and certainly for Carson City.

Responding to a question about the open meeting law and the ability for the City Manger to hold meeting outside of the law. Kruger went first and explained that the law was clear but then failed to explain it clearly. He stated he was a proponent of the law and recited his experience in applying it. Woodbury spoke specifically to establishing training efforts to ensure City personnel understand the meeting law and then explained the need for meetings to occur to provide essential information. This round goes to…no one. You’ll have to watch the video if you’re looking for a better answer.

Regarding the need for a State Court of Appeals, Woodbury sated he was personally opposed because existing procedures within the court system could provide the relief the Superior Court desires. Kruger waffled around in coming an answer but came down to “I don’t know.” Given that the victor of this race will have to appear before judges affected by the results of the ballot question, this is likely a fair outcome but Woodbury gets points for both knowing the issue and having the guts air his personal viewpoint.

On a question of the factors influencing a death penalty case, Kruger gave us a class on the balance of aggravating and mitigating factors being the sole legal question. In contrast, Woodbury came out specifically in favor of the death penalty but emphasized that capital trials are extremely expensive and Carson City is not prepared to expend this kind of money without good reason. Woodbury also emphasized the need to ensure the victim’s family understands that the punishment is rarely actually carried out; criminals are more likely to die of natural causes rather than at the hands of the State.

On the highly charged issue of the Carson Tahoe Hospital declining to provide rape kits and exams for rape victims, Woodbury responded that the hospital’s decision “alarmed” him. He went on to explain that he had followed up by contacting the nursing leadership at the hospital. What he says he found out was that the hospital felt there were not enough cases to keep a nurse on staff with the specialized skills required to perform the exams and that other viable alternatives existed. Kruger claims there are nurses in the area with the skills to conduct the exams but that for unknown reasons (most likely money), the hospital doesn’t want to do them. Sadly, Kruger believes Carson City does have a sufficient number of cases to warrant having the exams done locally but did not provide an solution or an answer to the question.

In closing, Kruger spoke again of his experience and that he would like the opportunity to expand the victim’s services program while revising the efficiency of the DA’s Office. Woodbury concluded by saying he has no other career aspirations outside of becoming DA and he feels he is doing the right thing by standing up for the community, one he sincerely believes in.

As we’ve come to expect during this race, there was little in the way of controversy or fireworks. Both candidates appeared sincere in their belief that they are the best man for the job. Reading between the lines, Kruger leaned heavily on the fact that he’s already in the DA’s Office and his experience there somehow makes him the heir apparent. In sometimes stark contrast, Woodbury emphasized repeatedly that the status quo wasn’t working; for victims, for justice, for staff, or the taxpayers. Notably, he made the effort to get answers from Carson Tahoe Hospital whereas his opponent simply stated he didn’t know the reasons for the hospital’s decisions. There was little doubt that Woodbury easily claimed the high ground during the forum and Kruger was out-done, sometimes simply due to his lack of effort. This race still isn’t as volatile as the two for Supervisor and though it really isn’t as “dull as dirt.” Maybe it should be. Yes, we’re looking for someone to fix the personnel and policy issues at the DA’s Office but more importantly, we’re looking for a champion of justice. Kruger has the experience but Woodbury has the fire. One believes that his years of service make him “next” and one is leaving (an assumed lucrative) private practice to “do the right thing.” Passion isn’t often appreciated in most courtrooms but in a candidate, it’s an admirable quality. Other things being essentially equal, Woodbury brought the most to the debate and brings the most to Carson City.

RENO: STREET VIBRATIONS 2014 HIGHLIGHTS

Street Vibrations ride to Virginia City 2014

Final safety statistics for Street Vibrations Fall Rally

This past week, thousands of people enjoyed motorcycles and downtown Reno for various events associated with the Street Vibrations Fall Rally, held September 24-28, 2014.

“The City of Reno is proud to be a part of an event that brings so many visitors to downtown,” City of Reno Special Events Program Manager Alexis Hill stated.+

“We also commend event promoter Roadshows, Inc. and Randy Burke on the 20th anniversary of Street Vibrations,” Hill continued.+

The City of Reno’s final statistics for Street Vibrations have been compiled and are as follows.+

Community Safety & Service Team (CSAST) statistics:+

Twenty-three (23) City of Reno bars and clubs were visited. Only one citation was issued. Another business was put on notice for over capacity, and controls were implemented immediately.+

City staff also addressed exiting, illegal signs, hours of operation, and proper licensing and will conduct compliance follow-up on the businesses visited. These operations occurred Saturday night through Sunday morning from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.+

Reno Police Department statistics:
Total Arrests: 12
Felony Arrests: 1 (warrant)
Misdemeanor Arrests: 11
Misdemeanor Citations: 1
Civil Protective Custody: 6
Littering Citations: 0+

Last year’s 2013 Reno Police Department statistics, shown below, were in line with this year’s results.+

Felony Arrests: 1
Misdemeanor Arrests: 13
Civil Protective Custody: 12+

In conjunction with its other event operations, the Reno Police Department Traffic Division conducted a three-day traffic enforcement campaign focusing on pedestrian safety outside the venue perimeter.+

Officers issued citations for 301 violations. Most of the violations were for Insurance Required, Jaywalking, and Speed. This operation was funded by the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety.+

“We consider the event to be very successful from a public safety standpoint,” Lt. Scott Dugan, City of Reno Police Department Traffic Division and Special Events, said.+

“We attribute this success to our ongoing collaboration with casino management, the event promoter, our regional law enforcement partners, and City of Reno special event planning staff,” Dugan concluded.+

On April 16, 2014, Reno City Council approved an $18,000 in-kind sponsorship for Street Vibrations, which covers the costs associated with public safety, traffic control, and city personnel.+

This was the fifth year that the City has partnered with Street Vibrations and the downtown casino properties to facilitate a beer garden concept for the entire footprint of the downtown venue.

Porsche driver dies in high-speed rural Nev. race

HIKO, Nev. (AP) — Authorities say a driver died after a rollover crash a little before he reached the finish line of a high-speed, open-highway race through rural Nevada.

Lincoln County Sheriff Kerry Lee says the crash happened during the Silver State Classic Challenge, which takes place on State Route 318 between the tiny towns of Lund and Hiko, Nevada.

Deputies say the crash was reported at about 9 a.m. Sunday in Lincoln County.

Investigators say the 1997 Porsche 993 drifted to the right shoulder on a slight left turn, then rolled off the highway and caught fire.

Passenger Amy Bowser of Reno escaped with minor injuries, but her father, Philip Bowser, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Philip Bowser was a regular competitor in the race and had entered the 150 mph class.

71-Year Old Racer Killed At Nevada Road Race

71-Year Old Racer Killed At Nevada Road RaceEXPAND

A 71-year old racer, Philip Bowser, was killed Sunday while running in the Silver State Classic Challenge. Bowser was driving a 1997 Porsche 993, and was attempting to maintain an average speed of 150 MPH over the course. His 44-year old daughter was navigator, and survived the wreck.

The Silver State Classic Challenge is run on a temporarily closed 90 mile section of State Route 318 in Nevada, and is open to cars competing in a variety of classes based on the average speed of the run they wish to attempt. Bowser’s Porsche rolled and flipped on the last turn of the race, and then caught fire. His daughter attempted to free him from the wreckage but was unable to.

This is only the fourth death in the race’s 27-year history, and this race is one that Bowser had run many times before. A post on his Facebook page from almost exactly a year ago describes the race and shows his enthusiasm:

Leaving Tahoe for Ely tomorrow morning. Looking forward to seeing the Keystone Racing Team and all my Old Fart Racing buddies. Picking up my daughter Amy in Reno. Amy will be my navigator in the 150mph class. Can’t wait to go fast!!

Our thoughts go to his family and I think we all hope to be as energetic and daring at his age.

1 dead in crash at Reno Air Races

Lee Behel, a veteran pilot and past champion at the Reno National Championship Air Races and a retired fighter pilot for the Nevada Air National Guard was killed in a crash on Monday during a heat race at Reno-Stead Airport.

Behel, 64, was competing in the Sport Class – a class he helped found in 1998 and was president of – in his race plane, “Sweet Dreams” an experimental GP-5, when it appeared to suffer a catastrophic mechanical failure and crashed at the north end of the race course at 3:16 p.m., according to Tim Spencer, the Air Races’ emergency operations director. Behel was the only person on board the single-engine aircraft.

Air Races spokesman Mike Draper said the plane went down at the north end of the airport, away from the grandstands where the fatal crash occurred in 2011 that killed pilot Jimmy Leeward and 10 spectators. In the 51-year history of the Air Races, 19 pilots have died during racing.

Behel had been involved in the air races for more than 20 years and the 2008 champion in the Sport Class Gold Race.

“Lee was a very talented pilot but, more importantly, an enthusiastic and compassionate friend and the entire Air Race family will miss him deeply,” said Mike Major, chairman of the Reno Air Racing Association said in a statement. “This is a difficult day for all of us and our thoughts and prayers are with Lee’s family and friends.”

The cause of the crash is officially unknown and the National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration will be investigating, FAA Public Affairs Manager Ian Gregor said in an e-mail.

The Air Races said qualifying at the event will continue as scheduled, beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday. The Air Races officially open to the public on Wednesday and continues through Sunday with the championship races.

Draper said a tribute for Behel is being planned and will take place later in the week. Details are still being worked out.

Behel lived in San Jose, Calif., and was a retired auto dealer. He spent 24 years with the Nevada Air National Guard, flying the F-4 Phantom and other military aircraft including the F-101 Voodoo. He started his Air Guard career in 1972 and retired in 1996 as a lieutenant colonel.

He started competing in the Air Races in 1998, flying two different planes in the Sport Class and also competing in the Jet Class since its inception in 2002.

The Reno Gazette-Journal covered this story live online. Here are earlier updates:

7 p.m. update

Lee Behel, a veteran pilot and past champion at the Reno National Championship Air Races and a retired fighter pilot for the Nevada Air National Guard was killed in a crash on Monday during a heat race at Reno-Stead Airfield.

Behel, 64, was competing in the Sport Class – a class he helped found and was president of – in his race plane, “Sweet Dreams” an experimental GP-5, when it appeared to suffer a catastrophic mechanical failure and crashed at the north end of the race course at 3:16 p.m., according to Tim Spencer, the Air Races’ emergency operations director. Behel was the only person on board the single-engine aircraft.

Air Races spokesman Mike Draper said the plane went down at the north end of the airport, away from the grandstands where the fatal crash occurred in 2011 that killed pilot Jimmy Leeward and 10 spectators. In the 51-year history of the Air Races, 19 pilots have died during racing.

Behel had been involved in the air races for more than 20 years and the 2008 champion in the Sport Class Gold Race.

“Lee was a very talented pilot but, more importantly, an enthusiastic and compassionate friend and the entire Air Race family will miss him deeply,” said Mike Major, chairman of the Reno Air Racing Association said in a statement. “This is a difficult day for all of us and our thoughts and prayers are with Lee’s family and friends.”

The cause of the crash is officially unknown and the National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration will be investigating, FAA Public Affairs Manager Ian Gregor said in an e-mail.

The Air Races said qualifying at the event will continue as scheduled, beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesday. The Air Races officially open to the public on Wednesday and continues through Sunday with the championship races.

Draper said a tribute for Behel is being planned and will take place later in the week. Details are still being worked out.

Behel lived in San Jose, Calif., and was a retired auto dealer. He spent 24 years with the Nevada Air National Guard, flying the F-4 Phantom and other military aircraft including the F-101 Voodoo. He retired from the Guard in 1996 as a lieutenant colonel.

He is a longtime competitor in the Air Races, flying two different planes in the Sport Class and also competing in the Jet Class since its inception in 2002.

6:48 p.m. update

Lee Behel retired from Nevada Air Guard in 1996 as a Lt. Col. He was the 2008 Sport Class champion at Reno Air Races. He also raced jets.

6:36 p.m. update

The pilot who died was Lee Behel, 64, a veteran of the air races and retired Nevada Air Guard fighter pilot.

6:22 p.m. update

This is the 19th pilot to die in a racing crash in the Reno Air Races’ 51-year history. Ten spectators and a pilot were killed in 2011 crash.

5:56 p.m. update

This is the latest information released by the Federal Aviation Administration, via public information officer Ian Gregor:

— A single-engine, experimental GP5 crashed under unknown circumstances around 3:15 p.m. on the race course during a qualifying run for the Reno Air Races.

— Local authorities at the scene are reporting the pilot, who was the only person on board, was killed.

— There were no injuries to anyone on the ground. I cannot yet confirm a tail number for the aircraft. The FAA and NTSB will investigate this accident. NTSB is the lead investigative agency.

— The NTSB investigator usually posts a basic preliminary report on the agency’s website, http://www.ntsb.gov, within a week or two of an accident.

— However, it typically takes NTSB months to come up with a probable cause for accidents.

— Neither the FAA nor NTSB releases the identities of people involved in aircraft accidents.

4:43 p.m. update

A race plane crashed on the course at the Reno National Championship Air Races Monday afternoon, killing the pilot.

The name of the pilot has not been released pending notification of next of kin.

Tim Spencer, the Air Races’ emergency operations director, said the crash occurred at 3:16 p.m. during a Sport Class heat race.

“We’ve got the NTSB en route to perform an investigation,” Spencer said.

The Air Races released a statement at 4:30 p.m. saying racing has been suspended for the remainder of the day and was tentatively scheduled to resume at 8 a.m. on Tuesday.

Spencer said the plane suffered a mechanical failure in the air and crashed on the race course.

This is the first fatal crash at the Air Races since 2011 when Unlimited Pilot Jimmy Leeward’s P-51 Mustang crashed into the box seats in front of the main grandstands, killing him and 10 people on the ground.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

4:35 p.m. update

Fatal plane crash reported at Reno Air Races on Monday.

Sport class plane went down. Identity of pilot not released.

The name of the pilot has not been released pending notification of next of kin.

The National Transportation Safety Board has been notified and are on the way to conduct an investigation.

The plane was competing in a Sport Class heat and crashed on the course at 3:16 p.m.

Remaining events today have been cancelled.

4:30 p.m. update

Fatal plane crash at Reno Air Races. Sport class plane went down. Identity of pilot not released.

4:20 p.m. update

A plane “went down” at the Reno-Stead Airport at 3:30 p.m., but severity and details aren’t known, the Reno Air Races say.

Reload this post for updates.

FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN – Clear Creek fire near Carson City swells to 300 acres overnight, dozens evacuated

10:15 a.m. update:

Forward progression of the Clear Creek Fire has halted and crews are now in mop up stage, Sierra Front spokesman Mark Struble said.

Mandatory evacuations have been lifted and people have left the Carson City Community Center to return home, he said.

However, more than 30 horses remain boarded at the fairgrounds south of Carson in Fuji Park.

“Hopefully they are picked up soon,” Struble. “Fires don’t just affect people.”

Previous update:

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office reports 300 acres and 25 percent containment. No reports of structures burned. Clear Creek Road from Lower Clear Creek to Clubhouse Road is closed.

Hand crews made significant work through the night while the winds were light and humidity was higher. The plan for this morning is to utilize aircraft beginning at 8 am and fresh hand crews to focus on the Northwest flank of the fire, which is just south of Highway 50.

CARSON CITY CORRUPTION: A father/son team took on city government full tilt Thursday, telling the Board of Supervisors to stop monopolistic contracts and rein in spending for city staff

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A father/son team took on city government full tilt Thursday, telling the Board of Supervisors to stop monopolistic contracts and rein in spending for city staff.

That action starts at  4:50

A father/son team took on city government full tilt

Carson City Mayor    Karen Abowd   Supervisor Ward 2   Supervisor, Ward 3   Supervisor, Ward 4
 Mayor
Robert Crowell
 Ward 1
Karen Abowd
 Ward 2
Brad Bonkowski
 Ward 3
John McKenna

Ward 4
Jim Shirk

 

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Jim Groth descend the escalator to the ground floor of the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Jim and Josh Groth, respectively the father and his grown son, appeared back-to-back during the board’s open comment period to chide city officials for actions viewed as anti-competitive, inadvisable in tough economic times and a problem when viewed from the private sector.

“This is not sustainable,” said the younger Groth. He said that after citing data indicating that last year Carson City paid more than $56 million in payroll and more than 200 city …

 

cor·rup·tion
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noun
  1. 1.
    dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery.
    “the journalist who wants to expose corruption in high places”
    synonyms: dishonesty, unscrupulousness, double-dealingfraud, fraudulence,misconductcrime, criminality, wrongdoingMore

2.
the process by which something, typically a word or expression, is changed from its original use or meaning to one that is regarded as erroneous or debased.
synonyms: alteration, bastardization, debasement, adulteration More

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Dash Cam Footage Shows Nevada Deputy Extorting $50,000 from Innocent Motorist

Driver told to give up cash or have car towed after illegal search

Mikael Thalen Infowars.com April 30, 2014- Newly released dash cam footage shows the tactics used by one Nevada sheriff’s deputy to extort large amounts of cash from innocent motorists.

In video, Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputy Lee Dove, who just pulled over a driver for going 3 miles over the speed limit, can be seen searching a vehicle without probable cause.

“Well, I’m gonna search that vehicle first, ok?” Dove says to the driver, Tan Nguyen.

As Dove opens the vehicle’s doors and hatchback, Nguyen, who has not given the deputy permission, demands to know why his vehicle is being searched. Without a legitimate explination, Dove refuses to answer.

“Because I’m talking to you… well, no, I don’t have to explain that to you,” Dove says as he discovers $50,000 in cash and $10,000 in cashiers checks. “I’m not going to explain that to you, but I am gonna put my drug dog on that. If my dog alerts, I’m seizing the money. You can try to get it back but you’re not.”

Despite Nguyen explaining how he won the cash in Las Vegas, Dove continues the confiscation with no proof that the money was obtained illegally.

“Good luck proving it. Good luck proving it. You’ll burn it up in attorney fees before we give it back to you,” Dove says.

Although police departments are allowed in some states to seize and spend cash linked to criminal activity under heavily abused forfeiture laws, Dove instead decides to outright extort Nguyen, telling him that his vehicle will be towed if he does not give up the $50,000.

“It’s your call. If you want to walk away, you can take the cashiers checks, the car and everything and you can bolt and you’re on your way,” Dove says. “But you’re gonna be walking away from this money and abandoning it.”

Unsurprisingly, according to local blogger Dee Holzel, the sheriff’s department and District Attorney have claimed that no illegal activity has ever taken place in regards to officers seizing cash.

“What they said initially was, ‘well, these are civil forfeiture programs. These kinds of things happen everywhere. There’s nothing unusual about Humboldt County.’ But that turned out to not be true,” Holzel explained. “When you have people by the side of the road and you’re having them abandon their money so they’ll be allowed to get in their car and drive away, they don’t do that everywhere.”

Nguyen’s lawyer, John Ohlson, also blasted the actions of the officer, calling the scenario a blatant highway robbery.
“An armed person stops a traveler and demands the traveler’s money and tells the traveler that unless he gets in his car and moves on down the road and forgets all about it, he’s going to take his car too,” Ohlson said. “I would say that’s pretty close to what you’re describing as highway robbery.”

Luckily, Nguyen was not only given his cash back, but granted an extra $10,000 for attorney fees from the department as well. Other victims such as Matt Lee, who had $2,400 taken by Dove, was forced to sign a confidentiality agreement with Humboldt County in order to get his.

“They’re buying their silence with their own money,” said Ohlson, who also represented Lee.

Following a massive uproar from local residents, Humboldt County Sheriff Ed Kilgore now claims his officers will no longer ask for people’s money during traffic stops unless a crime is suspected, even though Dove has seized cash before by claiming to smell non-existent marijuana.

“We want to do the right thing. I am a strong proponent of fighting the war on drugs, and I want to make sure everything we do here is on the up-and-up,” Kilgore said.

Unfortunately, Nevada is only one of many states experiencing similar corruption. Earlier this year, a Tennessee cop struggled to answer questions from a local news group after seizing $22,000 from an innocent driver. Despite telling the officer he was using the cash to buy a new car, the officer was found to have left the driver’s explanation out of the police report.

In 2012, a Wisconsin family attempting to bail their son out of jail had $7,500 seized after police claimed a drug dog alerted to narcotics on the cash. It was soon learned that the officers had forced the family to bring cash instead of a check, likely knowing that 90 percent of cash is tainted with cocaine residue.

8 News NOW In video obtained by KLAS-TV this week, Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputy Lee Dove, who just pulled over a driver for going 3 miles over the speed limit, can be seen searching a vehicle without probable cause.

“Well, I’m gonna search that vehicle first, ok?” Dove says to the driver, Tan Nguyen.

As Dove opens the vehicle’s doors and hatchback, Nguyen, who has not given the deputy permission, demands to know why his vehicle is being searched. Without a legitimate explanation, Dove refuses to answer.

“Because I’m talking to you… well, no, I don’t have to explain that to you,” Dove says as he discovers $50,000 in cash and $10,000 in cashiers checks. “I’m not going to explain that to you, but I am gonna put my drug dog on that. If my dog alerts, I’m seizing the money. You can try to get it back but you’re not.”

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Protesters rally against wild mustang horse slaughter in Carson City

Protesters rally against wild mustang horse slaughter in Carson City.

 This movie is wanted all over- fun what fans will do for a little attention from the producers, directors, and brainiacs of American Mustang The Movie! Thanks Carson City!


This movie is wanted all over- fun what fans will do for a little attention from the producers, directors, and brainiacs of American Mustang The Movie! Thanks Carson City!

About 100 people attended the second annual International Horse Rally in Carson City on Saturday, said organizer Patty Bumgarner of Dayton.

A musing on Facebook last year in which she wrote, “How I wish all states would get together on the same day and time and be heard as one voice,” led to a worldwide rally to protect wild horses.

More than 40 states and three countries joined together in an effort to stop wild horse and burro round-ups, auctions and slaughters. Now, Bumgarner said, it’s taken on a life of its own.

See more:

https://www.facebook.com/mustangmeg1 and

www.awionline.org  and http://americanmustangthemovie.com

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‘2 Million Bikers’ Cruising Through DC on 9/11 – 2 Million Bikers Denied DC Permit, 1 Million Muslims Permit Granted

maine-bikersBikers hoping to cruise nonstop through Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Sept. 11 received disappointing news over the weekend: the city denied their permit request.

“We find this regretful for the residents and businesses of that great city, and humbly offer our apologies,” organizers of the ride said Friday on Facebook. “What could have been a one or two hour ride through will now likely be an all day event.”

It’s legal for motorcycles to drive through D.C. and participants plan to cross into the capital undeterred after 11 a.m. “For security purposes the final route will not be posted publicly,” the organizers added.

It’s unclear if law enforcement will take action against what may be a traffic-clogging permitless demonstration on wheels.

[UPDATE: No Permit? No Problem, Says D.C. Government] heretheycome

Riders plan to abide by all relevant traffic laws, such as yielding to pedestrians and stopping at red lights.

But a member of the D.C. police department’s public affairs office told U.S. News officers will act “if there is a crime committed.”

It would be a crime for riders to engage in certain activities “if a permit is required” for them, according to the police spokesman.

Why am I not surprised that the 2 Million Bikers permit for a non-stop ride through Washington, DC was denied, but the permit for 1 Million Muslims to march was granted? Maggie’s Notebook has the details.

The organizers of the Two Million Bikers Ride in Washington, D.C. on September 11, 2013 say its permit for a “no-stop ride” through the city has been denied. One day later, The One Million Muslim March announced their permit was approved. Both events were scheduled for September 11, 2013. Continue reading

Two years after the August 06 2011 Carson City IHOP shooting massacre

The 2011 IHOP shooting occurred on September 6, 2011, when a gunman, identified as 32-year-old Eduardo Sencion,[3] opened fire in a branch of the International House of Pancakes restaurant in Carson City, Nevada, killing four people, including three members of the National Guard, and wounding seven others.

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2013 Burning Man = Police State on the playa State, fed law enforcement law enforcement 1 officer to every 1,000 participants

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Busted at Burning man? See Nevada Laws & Penalties

UPDATE DISCUSSION ON BURNING MAN POLICE PRESENCE: http://burners.me/2013/09/07/business-insider-comments-on-police-presence-at-burning-man-2013

The freedom-loving hippie “burners” attending the Burning Man festival in Black Rock City, Nev. this week may believe they’re communing in a happy cocoon with no laws. 

In reality, undercover federal agents from all over the West are swarming the “temporary community” as they do every year and busting people for doing or selling drugs, local attorney and former cop Arnold Brock tells Business Insider. These agents do whatever they can to fit in at the 50,000-person festival, which Brock called a “unique event” that’s kind of like Woodstock.

Drone’s eye view of Burning Man 2013

Last year we had an undercover agent dressed up as catwoman,” Brock says. “They will do whatever they do to … ferret out what they are considering criminal activity.”

Brock has an entire page on his website devoted to the “Burning-Man Related Arrests” that can happen to out-of-towners attending the festival. The festival goers might have their guard down and could be easy targets.

“It is a tremendous opportunity for undercover agents to go have a little fun and work a limited geographic area,” Brock says. “And that is exactly what they do.”

In some cases, Brock says, federal agents will even follow vehicles involved in larger drug deals from out of state and bust them once they arrive at Burning Man. Last year, 350 people were arrested thereaccording to the Reno Gazette.

Some burners have accused the cops of being overzealous in recent years. Festival attendees have complained about undercover female agents explicitly asking male burners for drugs as well as drug dogs brazenly roaming the camps, the Associated Press reported back in 2010.

Federal officials, however, said Burning Man needs to be policed.

“I don’t want my guys to be party poopers, but we have a job to do,” Mark Pirtle, special agent in charge for the Bureau of Land Management, told the AP. “[Festival goers] are not bad people, but they like to use drugs.

ASK JOE BURNINGMANVIDEO UPDATE: Reno news KRNV Ask Joe: How many crimes occur at Burning Man ?

Question:
Patty  Gordon wrote in saying she has heard there are many serious crimes committed at Burning Man and she wants to know if that’s true ?

Answer:
Patty, Pershing County is considered the lead law enforcement agency when it comes to Burning Man. I checked with Sheriff Machado in Pershing County. He did not have complete numbers but I did a get partial list. There are 50 investigative cases which are now open and being investigated.   Machado says the crimes reported at burning man this year included open and gross lewdness, twelve sexual assaults, battery and various property crimes and DUI.  A total of 15 people were taken to jail.    Keep in mind there are more than 60,000 people up there for burning man, but there clearly are crimes being committed during the festival.    Again the sheriff’s department is still compiling all of the numbers and we’ll follow up when they have complete list

2013 Burning Man Tyranny on the Playa

Tyranny on the playa An estimated 68,000 people are anticipated to stream into the Black Rock Desert near Gerlach, Nev. for Burning Man beginning Sunday, and federal and state law enforcement agencies for the event said this year they are implementing a new integration to ensure the public’s safety.

“We have integrated resources and manpower out of need and because the population has grown,” Pershing County Sheriff Richard Machado said. “The population is to the point now that it’s imperative that we work together to manage this event.”2013 burningman

In previous years, each sector of law enforcement covered thier own agency jurisdictions and relied on the resources they brought out for the event.

In addition to sharing resources this year, there will be one law enforcement command post in Black Rock City stationed near Burning Man’s Black Rock Ranger’s station and each vehicle will have a state officer and a federal officer to ensure they can respond to any incident at the event.

2013 The Man burns!

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Golden Lips of Silence – Playa Police

“We knew that we needed to take an internal look at this operation and we knew that integration was a key component of that,” the Bureau of Land Management Special Agent-In-Charge Dan Love said.

Love said they will staff 102 officers total for the event between the PCSO and the BLM. He said for every shift, 64 officers will be on duty on the playa and will rotate in overlapping shifts every 12 hours. Overall, he said, it’s a ratio of 1 officer to every 1,000 participants. Continue reading

Pictures and Videos – Over 1,000 people protest Monsanto in Reno, Nevada

Pictures and Videos – Over 1,000 people march and protest Monsanto NO GMO in Reno, Nevada
Monsanto protest in Reno Nevada complete with chemtrails in the sky

Monsanto protest in Reno Nevada complete with chemtrails in the sky

We made the Nightly News on INFOWARS.COM

Reno monsanto protestThe local “newspaper” RGJ said “dozens” protest Monsanto in Reno! This corporate news rag is a joke. If you’re going to report the news, report the truth! Maybe they got there late. Channel 2 news got there late too, but they got some good footage, see the story and link below. We estimate there were over 1,000 people at the peak when the march started at the Reno Federal Courthouse and snaked through downtown Reno to the plaza on the river. A fair number seems to be 350, but it seemed like a thousand during the march. Infowars covered the media blackout and false reporting across the nation. Reno News 4 covered the Reno Monsanto protest story. Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe pictures and video are below.

Thank you to the Reno Police for traffic control and keeping everyone safe. No problems occurred and the weather was beautiful. Lot’s of cars honking and positive feedback from the wonderful people of Reno, NV.

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Learn more:Label genetically engineered food – It’s our right to know!

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VIDEO: Former Nevada Assemblyman Steven Brooks has been arrested in California

Former Nevada Assemblyman Steven Brooks has been arrested in California (warning graphic)

BARSTOW, Calif. (AP) — 04/02/2013 Authorities say a former Nevada lawmaker who has had repeated trouble with the law is due in a California court after police say he led them on a freeway chase on the road from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. Continue reading