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Nevada: The Perfect Crime

December 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

“Your case was concluded and closed last week with no criminal findings.” – Sgt. Troyce Krumme,10/31/2017 “This case has already been processed in criminal court.” – Sgt. Jerome Milton,11/7/2017 INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller AmericanMafia.com November 13, 2017 LAS VEGAS – “Its completely legal in Nevada.”  Those were the words of CBS 60 Minutes senior producer Bob Anderson in September 2014, after spending the entire summer filming a [- more...]

Nevada: Speculation On Why Jared Shafer Has Not Yet Been Indicted

December 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller AmericanMafia.com October 16, 2017 LAS VEGAS – His name sends chills up and down the spines of hundreds of exploited senior citizens, disabled people, and their families.  I’m often asked why private professional guardian, Jared E. Shafer, is still at large after his criminal activities have been exposed time and again on local and national media, and he’s been the subject of over four years of criminal investigation by the Las Vegas Metropolitan [- more...]

Nevada: Elyse Tyrell, Jared Shafer’s lawyer, facing State Bar of Nevada complaint from family of exploited elder

August 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller  AmercianMafia.com  August 24, 2015 LAS VEGAS – I had no intention of bringing anyone to tears. A dozen people, including myself (Las Vegas Review-Journal photo of the back of my head), testified on Monday, August 17 before the Nevada Supreme Court Guardianship Commission empowered to investigate hundreds of cases of elder exploitation. To the dismay of at least two Commissioners, the hearing was covered by national media. The witnesses told of more than [- more...]

Nevada: Escape was only option for an old soldier trapped in guardian system

August 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

Posted April 11, 2015 – 7:36pm Clark County’s private guardians may protect — or just steal and abuse By COLTON LOCHHEAD LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL APTOS, Calif. — Guadalupe Olvera sits in his tall green chair, blowing a familiar tune on his harmonica as a baseball game plays on his television. The harmony echoes off the walls of his daughter’s 1960s-era home, filling the air with an enticing melody. Although slowed by age at 95, the World War II veteran regularly attends Veterans [- more...]