Stanley Gibson, a disabled Gulf War veteran, was murdered in a
Las Vegas parking lot last December 12. He was shot seven times in the back of
the head, without provocation, by a stranger wielding an AR-15 rifle. The
killer, 34-year-old Jesus Arevalo, remains at large and is easy to find:
He’s an officer with the Las Vegas Metro Police.
Gibson was unarmed. He was not a criminal suspect and posed
no threat to anybody. His killing was a clear and unmistakable case of criminal
homicide. Yet Arevalo has not been charged with a crime. He is on an extended
vacation called “administrative leave,” during which he continues to collect
his taxpayer-funded salary and benefits.
Join us on our
Share this page with your friends
on your favorite social network: