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Another Las Vegas Strip Stabbing: Man stabbed in Chest near New York-New York Casino

Yet another homeless drug addict that Metro refused to remove from the strip has stabbed and murdered a person again in front of a Las Vegas Strip Casino!

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Last night, on a pedestrian bridge near the New York New York Casino, a man was stabbed in the chest and killed in what has become an almost nightly problem, thanks to our do-nothing leaders who have allowed the Las Vegas strip to slip into third-world status.

While details are limited, we have learned that the man was stabbed in the chest and died shortly later at a local hospital. Our sources say he was crossing the pedestrian bridge from the New York, New York Hotel & Casino to MGM Grand when he was assaulted and stabbed.

The suspect, now identified as 58-year old homeless drug addict Freddy Allen, has been arrested and charged with murder with a deadly weapon.

Pedestrian Bridges are a Hot Spot for Trouble!

Unfortunately walking over the so-called pedestrian bridges is now like playing a game of Russian Roulette in Las Vegas. Homeless drug addicts, drug dealers and gangs have taken them over, turning them into mini-tent cities where they can shoot up and harass tourists for money. It’s not uncommon to be verbally assaulted and followed while walking across these bridges.

There are almost nightly assaults; last year we warned the public when a tourist was killed, after being followed and assaulted by one of the homeless addicts that have been allowed to take over these bridges.

While the local media ignores these stories, people who frequent the Las Vegas Strip know the pedestrian bridges have become a growing problem. From pimps and drug dealers trying to hard sell you out in the open to homeless addicts shooting up, shitting themselves, and screaming at you while you pass, crossing these bridges can be like playing a game of Russian Roulette.

Dereliction of Duty: Public Officials Ignore the Dangers they are Putting Tourists In!

For over two years now we have reported on the out-of-control gang violence and attacks on tourists at the hands of the homeless drug addicts that have taken over the Las Vegas Strip – the local media, Metro, Casino Security, and Casino Executives have all ignored the problem.

From bums sleeping and shitting themselves in the doorways of Strip Casinos to vagrants shooting up, overdosing and even trying to fight Casino Security, the problems on the Las Vegas Strip are far beyond out of control, they are downright deadly.

Entire sections of the Las Vegas Strip have now become what we would call NO-GO Zones — and on weekdays, the police are almost nowhere to be found. From the addicts and criminal street gangs that stalk, rob and beat tourists outside Planet Hollywood to Casino properties like Casino Royale, Harrah’s, and the LINQ which now allow homeless drug addicts to openly stalk their victims inside of billion-dollar resorts, it’s beyond sad what has happened to our once great city.

Record Violence plagues Las Vegas

This is just the latest in a long string of attacks inside and around Las Vegas Casinos. Over the last couple of months, we’ve had a shooting inside Downtown Grand, a mass shooting at an illegal blacks-only club, a murder inside the Rio, a shooting inside Bally’s, a housekeeper killed at Bally’s, a man beaten almost to death for not wearing a mask inside a Las Vegas storea man stabbed by a homeless man inside the Paris Casino, a man shot 11 times by a homeless addict in Chinatown, and countless assaults inside Casinos and throughout Las Vegas.

Entire sections of the Las Vegas Strip are being claimed by street gangs, drug pushers, and homeless addicts as our city, county, and state leaders have left tourists vulnerable to attacks, robberies, and assaults.

Sadly, the problems just seem to be getting worse! Here is just a small sample of what we have covered:

It’s time locals start DEMANDING something is done to clean up our city!

You can contact your local government officials at the following numbers, emails and social media accounts:

Office of the Governor

Steve Sisolak
Phone: 702-323-6150 
Email: steve@stevesisolak.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/govsisolak
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GovSisolak/

State Capitol Building
101 N. Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701
(775) 684-5670

You can request the Governor come to an event here: Ask him tour the strip at 1AM with you!
https://hal.nv.gov/form/Governor/Invite_the_Governor__Scheduling_Request

You can Request a meeting with the Governor here: https://hal.nv.gov/form/Governor/Request_a_Meeting_with_the_Governor

Nevada State Senators

Jacky Rosen
Las Vegas Office 702-388-0205 Reno Office at 775-337-0110 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SenJackyRosen & https://twitter.com/RosenforNevada

Catherine Cortez Masto
Las Vegas Office (702) 388-5020
https://twitter.com/CatherineForNV & https://twitter.com/SenCortezMasto

Las Vegas Congressional Representatives

Dina Titus
Twitter: https://twitter.com/repdinatitus
Facebook: https://facebook.com/CongresswomanTitus
District Office, Phone: (702) 220-9823

Susie Lee
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RepSusieLee
Phone: Refuses to give one to the public, can’t bother this millionaire with your petty problems!

Steven Horsford
Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenHorsford & https://twitter.com/RepHorsford
Phone: (702) 963-9360
email: shorsford@sen.state.nv.us 

Clark County Commissioners:

500 S. Grand Central Pkwy., Floor 6   Las Vegas, NV 89155
tel:702-455-0000

Email and contact every single one of them on Social Media — tag them with our videos!

Clark County Commission Chairman Marilyn Kirkpatrick
Email: ccdistb@ClarkCountyNV.gov & marilyn@marilynkirkpatrick.com 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marilyn.kirkpatrick2
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mknvspeaks

Commissioner James B. Gibson
Email: ccdistg@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jim.gibson.501151
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CommishJGibson

Commissioner Michael Naft & Michael@MichaelNaft.com 
Email: ccdista@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.naft
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichaelNaft

Commissioner Ross Miller
Email: ccdistc@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Commissioner William McCurdy II
Email: ccdistd@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/CommissionerMcCurdy
Twitter:https://twitter.com/CommishMcCurdy
Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/william_mccurdyii

Commissioner Tick Segerblom
Email:ccdiste@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tick4nevada/Twitter: https://twitter.com/tsegerblom

Commissioner Justin Jones
Email:ccdistf@ClarkCountyNV.gov & justin@jonesfornevada.com 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JustinJonesNV
Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustinJonesNV
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JustinJonesNV/

Las Vegas City Council

Brian Knudsen Ward 1
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrianforLV
Email: brianpknudsen@gmail.com 

Victoria Seaman Ward 2
Twitter: https://twitter.com/VictoriaDseaman
Email: seaman_victoria@yahoo.com 

Olivia Diaz Ward 3
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OliviaDiazLV
Email: oliviadiazlv@gmail.com 

Stavros S. Anthony Ward 4
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CouncilmanStavrosAnthony/

Councilman Cedric Crear Ward 5
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CouncilmanCrear
Email: cedric@cedriccrear.com 

Councilwoman Michele Fiore Ward 6
Twitter: https://twitter.com/VoteFiore

Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mayoroflasvegas

Office of the Sheriff

Phone number:702-828-3394
email: pio@lvmpd.com

Sheriff Joseph Lombardo
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sheriff_LVMPD

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