(Las Vegas, NV) – Video has been released of 25-year old Cadesha Michelle Bishop committing the murder of 74-year old Serge Fournier.
The brash woman reportedly was being quite rude and cursing at other passengers on a public transit bus in Las Vegas, Nevada when the elderly man told her to be nicer to people.
As he grabs his walker and attempts to exit the bus, Bishop violently pushes him with enough force that sends him flying over the steps, crashing head first into the concrete.
The CCTV security video is disturbing and shows Bishop turning around to go on about her day as Fournier lays motionless on the concrete. Witnesses say she grabbed her son and walked away.
The incident happened on March 21st. Fournier initially survived but after a month in the hospital, he succumbed to his injuries.
Bishop was arrested and charged with murder. She’s being held on a $100,000 bond and has a preliminary hearing on May 21st.
Bishop is no stranger to violence. She was arrested twice in 2014 and 2015 for misdemeanor domestic violence charges.
Fournier leaves behind his disabled wife.
(Las Vegas, NV) – Surveillance video shows Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock’s movements in the days leading up to the deadly mass shooting. The security video starts six days before the shooting when Paddock was checking into his suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort.
The video is a collection of surveillance images capturing Paddock interacting with hotel staff, getting on and off elevators, eating in the hotel’s restaurant and playing video poker. In part of the video, Paddock is seen with hotel staff transporting nearly 12 suitcases and containers filled with 23 guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition. Paddock is last seen gambling all night in a high-limit slot area before returning to his room around 7 am on the day of the shooting.
Paddock killed 58 people when he opened fire on a crowd of concert-goers near the Las Vegas strip last October.
(Las Vegas, NV) – O.J. Simpson is not planning to move from Nevada to Florida like he told state parole officials before he was released in October from Nevada state prison, his Las Vegas lawyer said Thursday.
Bennett wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that after the fight Aug. 26, he heard what he thought were gunshots and began running, along with other people. Bennett said the police singled him out, ordered him to the ground and held a gun to his head.
Bennett said an officer “forcefully jammed his knee” into his back. He said he was handcuffed so tightly that his fingers went numb. Bennett said he was “terrified” and wondered if he would see his children again.
According to Bennett, he was released after officers realized he was “not a thug, common criminal or ordinary black man, but Michael Bennett, a famous professional football player.”
Bennett attributed his detention to being black. “Las Vegas police officers singled me out and pointed their guns at me for doing nothing more than simply being a black man in the wrong place at the wrong time,” he wrote.
(SL) – Say what you want about OJ Simpson, but he’s served his time. If all else failed, he was set to be released on September 29th, 2022 for good behavior. But a unanimous vote was cast and the Juice was released.
Some people will accuse him of being combative and self absorbed, but the man is 70 years old, ready to get out and get back to his kids. Besides that, if you wanted to see humility and remorse, he showed it.
The Board had 11 factors that they considered and there was only one concern and that was whether or not he would be aggressive in the community, if he was released. In terms of risk factors, he registered low at 3.
OJ is serving a 33 year sentence for an armed robbery that occurred in Las Vegas September 15th, 2007. Simpson and his friends were videotaped entering and leaving a hotel and there was an audio recording of the event that resulted in Bruce Fromong being threatened with a gun and punched.
Bruce Fromong testified for OJ and acknowledged that Simpson had been misled about the number of items and exact content he would be retrieving. He declared forgiveness for OJ and told him, “If you called me tomorrow and said you needed a ride. Will you pick me up? Juice, I’ll be here tomorrow.”
Oddly enough the state of California ruled that the property did belong to OJ and he is in possession of it as we speak. Yes, the same property that he is serving time for in Lovelock Correctional Facility.
One factor that didn’t make sense was the charge from the Parole Board that OJ had a substance abuse problem. OJ had been drinking before the robbery (he was at a friend’s wedding) and it was somehow concluded that alcohol abuse was somehow a trigger. The Parole Board wanted OJ to take an AA course, but he didn’t. To his credit, OJ said he’s never had a substance abuse problem. That if his kids had an issue that would’ve been helpful. His oldest daughter Arnell testified on his behalf.
While most would say just take the course, OJ didn’t sugarcoat his absence from the AA program noting that he’s never had a substance abuse problem and he hasn’t had a drink in 9 years.
Most people wanted the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman to be considered, but legally that case has nothing to do with this parole hearing and the Parole Board wasn’t swayed by the pressure.
OJ says he wants to move back to Florida where his two youngest kids live and get back to his life. His NFL pension is $25,000 a month..more than enough to survive. His money will be protected from the Browns and the Goldmans. OJ could be released as early as October.
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(SL) – The block has been extremely hot in Vegas since around midnight. The first shooting took place at the exclusive Bellagio Hotel. Early Saturday, a gunman in a pig mask opened fire during an armed robbery at a high-end store believed to be a Rolex Store inside iconic resort. Terrified tourists sought shelter amid the chaos.
Three people entered the store and one fired shots. No one was injure but parts of the casino property remain closed as authorities investigate.
Officers received a call about the incident at the Bellagio at 12:50 am, and apprehended one suspect by 2:15 am, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
One woman who was at the hotel when the robbery unfolded described the atmosphere as one of ‘mass panic’.
Different story with the second shooting that happened around noon. After word that the standoff had ended, more details emerged.
Larry Hadfield, a spokesman with Las Vegas Metro police, said of the bus situation to USA Today: ‘The shooting incident happened on the bus. We had one single shooting incident with two victims. Both were transported to the trauma center and one is deceased.’
Hadfield added that SWAT and hostage negotiation personnel were on site but wouldn’t confirm if there were passengers still on the regional transit bus at the time.
A police spokesperson was quoted as saying that the alleged gunman surrendered without incident after fours hours.
Around 1.45 pm, local time, a loud bang occurred near the bus, as some reports indicate the SWAT team detonated the side of the vehicle. There was a flash of light and smoke appeared to come from the bus.
No information has been made available as of early Saturday evening regarding the identities of the suspect or the victims.