A Nevada Highway Patrol sergeant who responded to the 2014 protests in Bunkerville testified Monday that he was “jealous” of one of Cliven Bundy’s supporters because the man carried a radio that broadcast police scanner activity better than a state-issued device.
Last week, a Metropolitan Police Department officer told jurors that he noticed every officer in his skirmish line crying the day of the standoff. Another, when asked about threat level, gave the protests the highest rating on a 1 to 10 scale.
An officer told jurors he texted his then-wife to tell her he loved her because he was afraid he would not survive the day’s events. He said he still has flashbacks about the day.
Maybe he should get a new line of work?
Read the whole story in the Las Vegas Review-Journal