Prosecutors plan on throwing the book at sex pervert GOPer Benjamin Sparks

Screenshot 2018-04-07 at 09.39.51It looks like prosecutors are going to throw the book at sex pervert Republican Benjamin Sparks.

There appears to be plenty of evidence piling up according to the Review-Journal.

You may recall from previous reports, Sparks and his fiancee had argued over his cocaine use and other “relationship issues.” So Sparks decided to lock his sex-slave girlfriend in the house for a couple of hours.

The girlfriend lost a fingernail.

The best information we have about Sparks is that he’s on the lam in Texas.

There’s more bad news for Sparks. RedRock Strategies, a prominent GOP consulting firm, has given him the boot.

No doubt this drama will continue for a while.

Nevada #GOP sex criminal on the run

Screenshot 2018-04-07 at 09.39.51Clark County prosecutors are expected to file a criminal complaint against a Las Vegas political adviser accused of sexually enslaving and battering his fiancee.

The target is Benjamin Sparks, who most recently worked on Nevada Republican Cresent Hardy’s campaign to win back the 4th Congressional District seat he held from 2015 to 2017.

According to the Review-Journal, a Las Vegas police report says there is “probable cause to arrest Sparks for domestic battery.” The incident involved a dispute at the Las Vegas home he shared with his fiancee.

The police report maintains that Sparks and his fiancee had argued over his cocaine use and other “relationship issues.” That’s when things apparently got violent.

The Review-Journal also reports that Sparks previously had his fiancee sign a contract to become his “slave and property.” The contract required her to kneel and look down when she entered his presence, be nude at all times, have sexual relations with him whenever he wanted and wear a collar in private.

The Review-Journal says Sparks asked his fiancee to be tied up and blindfolded and to have sex with other men in front of him. She said the request was her breaking point.

Eeeeewwwww! What a creep.

Sparks fled to Texas and left all his belongings behind.

Rick Perry continues to try and screw Nevada

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Energy Secretary Rick Perry continues to push for a nuke dump at Yucca Mountain.

“We must move ahead in fulfilling the federal government’s responsibility to dispose of the nation’s nuclear waste,” Perry told the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee recently.

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Energy Secretary Rick Perry

Texas would be a good place for the nation’s nuke waste. How about there Rick?

According to the Review-Journal, Congress designated Yucca Mountain in 1987 as the site for storage of nuclear waste produced by power plants. The failure of the government to adequately store the growing backlog of waste is cited as a security threat.

Not everyone in Nevada opposes the Yucca Mountain site. Rural counties see development of a facility as an economic boon, and other proponents say the storage could position the state for a growing reprocessing industry.

House lawmakers are mad because they still can’t dump nuke waste in Nevada

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We want to dump our nuclear waste in your state.

Feckless House lawmakers with nuclear power plants in their congressional districts are mad because they’re not yet able to dump all that nuclear waste in Nevada.

The feds still can’t seem to figure out how to construct a permanent repository at Yucca Mountain.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, federal taxpayers face a liability because of the government’s failure to construct and safely dispose of nuclear waste.

All eyes in Washington are on Nevada.

Yucca Mountain was designated by Congress as the national repository for nuclear waste in 1987. The Department of Energy spent $15 billion to study the site and applied for a license to construct a repository.

But President Barack Obama stopped funding for the licensing application in 2011.

President Donald Trump is seeking to restart the licensing process and included $120 million for it in the DOE budget.

 

Psycho who threatened to kill #DeanHeller heading to the slammer

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Psycho killer, Richard Brent Holley.

The Reno Gazette Journal is reporting that a 62-year-old psycho who left a note at Sen. Dean Heller’s office in Las Vegas threatening to kill the Nevada Republican has been sentenced to up to four years in prison.

The psycho killer, Richard Brent Holley, copped a plea after being nailed by the police.

A federal judge sentenced him on Monday to 19 to 48 months behind bars.

Holley left a note in July threatening to kill Heller because of his vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

This psycho should be never be allowed back on the street.

 

Elaine Wynn made it clear that she is going to burn the company down

Screenshot 2018-02-14 at 07.56.00.pngIf you work for Steve Wynn, Elaine Wynn might just be screwing you out of your job…for good.

A lawyer for Steve Wynn’s ex-wife told a Clark County judge Tuesday that there may have been “a greater concern” at Wynn Resorts “than what we already know exists to cover up certain things and to make sure my client didn’t pull the curtain back too far.”

Attorney Mark Ferrario represents Elaine Wynn in a legal battle over her removal from the company’s board. In a hearing Tuesday, Ferrario said he received a “highly confidential” document this week related to Steve Wynn’s position in the case that was “directly relevant” to claims his ex-wife has made.

“A high-ranking official knew about it,” Ferrario said.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, details of the document, which was kept under seal by Chief District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez, were not discussed in court, and it’s unclear whether the new information will be made public before a trial scheduled to begin in April.

Steve Wynn, accused of demanding sexual favors from female employees over the last three decades, has denied any wrongdoing and blamed his ex-wife for leading a campaign that resulted in an “avalanche of negative publicity” and, ultimately, his resignation as Wynn Resorts chairman and CEO last week.

Steve Wynn’s lawyers on Tuesday told Chief District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez that Elaine Wynn wanted to sabotage her ex-husband’s business and fortune.

But her attorneys quickly rejected the claim, pointing out that she owned significant stock in Wynn Resorts.

Attorney Todd Bice, who represents Steve Wynn, said Elaine Wynn misused the legal process “in pursuit of her illegitimate effort. … Ms. Wynn has made it clear that because she did not get her way, she is going to burn the company down and anybody who is around her as a result. The facts of that show what her agenda was.”

 

Experts say men are becoming trained to avoid women in the workplace

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Thanks to abusive men, women in the workplace face even greater challenges according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Heightened sensitivity to sexual misconduct has the potential to prevent women from reaching top positions in the workforce, according to a Las Vegas attorney.

“Of course there is a need for women on corporate boards, but I have some concern about how women are going to get there,” said Aviva Gordon, managing member and attorney at Las Vegas-based Gordon Law.

The most likely way for a woman to rise through the corporate ranks is through mentorship, Gordon said.

“But now because there is so much concern about bad actors out there in the world that I think the good men out there are more reluctant or may become more reluctant to engage in some of that mentorship for fear of allegations coming against them,” she said.

“Nobody is going to say that they’re not going to mentor women ‘because I’m afraid they will make allegations against me,’” Gordon said. “I think they will continue to try to keep subordinate women at arm’s length, and I think it will make it that much harder for women to push through to a position of power.”

Carliss Chatman, assistant professor of law at Northern Illinois University, said for a woman to get on a board she already has to be often even more credentialed than her male counterparts.

The gender parity issues on corporate boards is a self-fulfilling prophecy, she said.

“You have men who say, ‘We only have three women on these boards because they’re the only ones who qualify.’ But the reason that more women don’t qualify is because women aren’t being promoted through the ranks.”