(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.
(Pahrump, NV-AP) — A dead man has been elected to the Nevada state assembly. Famed brothel owner Dennis Hof was running as a “Trump Republican” when he unexpectedly died last month following a party for his 72nd birthday.
It was too late to remove his name from the ballot, so the county clerk’s office posted notices at all the polling places alerting voters that the candidate was dead. Hof beat his Democratic opponent Tuesday by a 70-percent vote. The board of county commissioners will replace Hof with another member of his party.
(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.
The 70-year-old former football hero, acquitted murder defendant and armed robbery inmate has not filed paperwork with parole officials to move to a different state, attorney Malcolm LaVergne said.”Mr. Simpson has no immediate plans to return to Florida,”LaVergne told The Associated Press. ”He’s very much enjoying his time here in Vegas. It’s January, he gets to play golf every day.”A Nevada state parole and probation officer handling Simpson’s case did not immediately respond to messages, and Florida prisons spokeswoman Ashley Cook said her agency has not received documents from Simpson seeking interstate custody.
Simpson has been spotted in public in and around Las Vegas several times during the more than three months he has been living in a friend’s five-bedroom home in a gated and guard-patrolled community several miles (kilometers) from the Las Vegas Strip.He drew a crowd of selfie-seekers Jan. 7 at a Las Vegas bar and pizza shop during an NFL playoff game featuring one of his former teams, the Buffalo Bills.An outing in November to a steakhouse and a lounge at the Cosmopolitan resort is in dispute, after officials ordered Simpson off the Las Vegas Strip property and prohibited him from returning.
LaVergne denies claims that Simpson was intoxicated or disruptive,and alleges in a Dec. 29 letter to hotel officials that the incident was a malicious and racially prejudiced effort to embarrass Simpson and jeopardize his parole status.The Cosmopolitan has not responded, company spokeswoman Samantha Grimes said Thursday.Simpson has earned almost eight months of good time credit since his release from prison, bumping up his expected release from parole to Jan. 18, 2022, from the original Sept. 29, 2022.
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