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[i]Steve Miller, is a former Las Vegas City Councilman. In 1991, the readers of the Las Vegas Review Journal voted him the "Most Effective Public Official" in Southern Nevada. Miller writes internationally syndicated columns on organized crime and political corruption for Rick Porrello's [url=][/url].Steve can be reached at: [[email protected]][email protected][/email][b][url=]Older articles by Steve Miller[/url][/b][/i]

Most Recent Articles by Steve Miller:

Police Lt. Explains How Family Court Steals From Wards (Video)

Apr 23, 2015 — Steve Miller

LVMPD Lt. James Weiskopf tells Clark County Commission on April 21, 2015, how appointed “Guardianship Commissioner” Jon Norheim, Family Court Judge Charles Hoskin, and certain for-hire guardians rob the estates of wards of the court.

Private “guardians” Jared E. Shafer and Patience Bristol sue blind man for libel

Jun 30, 2014 — Steve Miller

LAS VEGAS - On April 10, 2014, private “guardians” Jared Shafer, his former employee Patience Bristol, Shafer’s business Professional Fiduciary Services of Nevada (PFSN Inc.), PFSN office manager Amy Deittrick, Deittrick’s AVID BUSINESS SERVICES, their attorneys Mark Solomon, Dana Dwiggins, Alan Freer, and Robert Simpson, and CPAs Bruce Gamett and Shawn King filed a civil libel lawsuit against Charles Pascal who has been blind since birth.

A Great Idea To Relieve Traffic On I-15 North During Special Events

Jun 22, 2014 — Steve Miller

LAS VEGAS - Since the opening of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 1998, local transportation expert Peter Christ off has proposed that the existing Southern Pacific rail line be expanded to include intra-city light rail service connecting Downtown Las Vegas and the Speedway.

Patience Bristol escorted from court in handcuffs

May 28, 2014 — Steve Miller

LAS VEGAS - Clark County District Court Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez this morning sentenced PFSN Inc. “guardian” Patience Bristol to three to eight years in Nevada State Prison for stealing from elderly or vulnerable clients assigned to her by PFSN’s owner Jared E. Shafer.

The Grave Robbers

May 21, 2014 — Steve Miller

Leann Goorjian lived to be only 51. She was the daughter of Wanda Lamb Peccole and William “Bill” Peccole. Leann’s mother was the sister of former Nevada State Senator Floyd Lamb,  Clark County Commissioner Darwin Lamb (portrayed in the movie Casino),  and legendary former Clark County Sheriff Ralph Lamb. Leann married Greg Goorgian and together had two sons, Gavin and Camden, now in their late twenties and working for the family business Peccole Nevada Corporation.

Mesquite Lands Act of 1986—The Rest of the Story

Apr 30, 2014 — Steve Miller

As more information becomes available, it is becoming clear to me as a former Las Vegas and Clark County land planner, that the Bundy story is not about cows,tortoises, grazing rights, childish name calling, or alleged threats.

BLM Siege At Bunkerville - The Real Story

Apr 28, 2014 — Steve Miller

  • Big profits are being threatened by animals grazing on prime real estate, but the real story has been lost in a haze of inciteful rhetoric
  • A rancher’s refusal to sell his land and stop his cattle from grazing nearby may have created a crisis in the real estate industry


Bundy vs. BLM: The Plot Unfolds

Apr 16, 2014 — Steve Miller

After surveying the Bundy Ranch and adjacent river side land (real estate), I drove the short distance along Riverside Road to Mesquite to visit my nephew.

I just returned from Bunkerville

Apr 15, 2014 — Steve Miller

On my way back at noon today (Monday), I observed fourteen LV Metro Police units leaving the Bunkerville area and traveling toward Las Vegas.

The late Wayne Bunker - my mentor on the LV City Council

Apr 13, 2014 — Steve Miller

The tiny hamlet of Bunkerville is located fifty miles east of Las Vegas in the southeast corner of Nevada along the Virgin River near the Arizona and Utah borders. The town was named after one of the pioneer Mormon families that first settled Southern Nevada in the late 1800’s.

Henry v. Rizzolo - Case Closed

Aug 16, 2013 — Steve Miller

LAS VEGAS - In a case that’s dragged on since September 20, 2001, when Kansas tourist Kirk Henry disputed a padded bar tab and had his neck broken by a manager of the then-Crazy Horse Too strip club in Vegas, justice has finally prevailed.