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Video: Forensic Evidence Shows Vegas Police Killed Jerad Miller

June 12, 2014  | 

VIDEO: Forensic Evidence Shows Vegas Police Killed Jerad Miller

Las Vegas Metro Police confirmed yesterday that police gunfire killed cop-killer Jerad Miller in a shootout Sunday morning in an eastern Las Vegas Wal-Mart.

“This is a dramatic difference from what was discussed in a previous news conference,” Clark County Assistant Sheriff Kevin McMahill said in a news conference this morning.

McMahill showed a video clip accompanied by police radio chatter of the final moments in the lives of Jerad Miller, 31, and his wife, Amanda Miller, 22, the Las Vegas Sun reports. The two went on a murderous rampage Sunday that left Metro Officers Igor Soldo and Alyn Beck, along with Las Vegas resident Joseph Wilcox dead in shootings at a CiCi’s pizza restaurant and the Wal-Mart.

In the video, it appears that Amanda Miller fires into her husband, then took her own life with a handgun. But McMahill said further investigation – and corroboration from the Clark County Coroner’s Office – showed the fatal shot came from a Metro firearm.

“The male was shot, in fact, by police fire just prior to this incident,” McMahill said after the video was shown.

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S.S. @ 6/13/2014 6:47 AM

Believe it or not to me it matters that he was taken out by another officer. There's a little bit of satisfaction. I wish none of this would of taken place, but in all honesty. This wouldn't of happend had some citizens taken the time to call 911 and report this in the first place. They walked 4 miles with weapons that were visable. C'mon someone should've called. We as officers do need the community's help and it is vital that we get it. Most of the citizens out there get it, but some choose simply not too. They figure someone else will do it and that it is not their problem. Well this is what happens when citizens don't due their do their part.

Nightstalker @ 6/13/2014 1:18 PM

S.S. good post as it shows me being in Law-Enforcement myself that you MUST be a DUMBASS saying what you did and this is the REASON why the citizens that you are talking about is why the public dont want to help us out as they see all the Rambro ass cops out there. Being in Law-Enforcement our main thing in life is not acting like a higher power but working with the public and maybe, just maybe the citizens WILL start calling 911!!!!!!!!!

citizenBZ @ 6/21/2014 8:08 PM

@Nightstalker, as not LEO but respectful citizen, I cannot pretend to understand what life as LEO is like. However, as a citizen of Boston at MIT I appreciate our police and Sean Collier's memorial (carved out of a piece of our famous "dome", RIP MIT-179) is right where I work. I just want to express that we appreciate your understanding and desire to work with the public on equal moral footing and not as a higher power. The fact is we feel there is a perceived attitude that to LEO that we are either criminals or not relevant, and that is the main problem with trusting the police and I think that is why police and citizens suffer. I hope there are more like you out there, the people need you. Thank you for you service.

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