Once again, the Las Vegas Strip has become a breeding ground for chaos and violence, as yet another shooting rocked the tourist corridor just outside of Caesars Palace. This latest disgusting event has left one person injured and has the city asking why no one seems to be doing anything to stop the ever-increasing crime plaguing the Las Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect responsible for the latest shooting on the Strip. The incident occurred around 1:50 p.m. when police say a Mexican male shot someone in front of Caesars Palace.
Metro released photos of the suspect and has publicly appealed for information that could lead to his identification. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male with a thin build, last seen wearing a dark green shirt, black pants, white and black shoes, and carrying a red and black backpack.
This latest shooting adds to the growing concerns over safety on the Las Vegas Strip. While the media and the casinos pretend tourists are safe, most locals know that the Las Vegas Strip has become a warzone plagued by game violence and attacks from homeless drug addicts.
The New Las Vegas: What the local media will not show you!
Sadly, Vegas has gone from being the number one convention and business city in the world to catering to criminals and violent thugs. In fact, this same weekend Caesars Entertainment invited a known violent criminals — who has admitted to drugging and robbing men — to be the main act at one of their pool parties at Drai’s Day/Nightclub. Of course, just like clockwork, the degenerate ghetto pig Cardi B assaulted a fan and then a DJ later that night — the local media and the casino quickly tried to cover up the assault and lie about what happened!
Here is just a small amount of the chaos we have covered over the last couple of months.
Unfortunately, as our city is dying around us, our WOKE Sheriff Kevin McMahill makes excuses for these violent thugs, telling local reporters earlier in the month that “They have no job. They have no opportunity. They have no really home life, oftentimes and so we have to continue our effort there and try to make a difference.” A month earlier the same sheriff praised the criminal George Floyd and told his officers not to use mean language to describe troubled neighborhoods.