LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas is flooded with reports of organized crime The second collection of human remains It originated in the depths of a week-long drought-stricken Colorado River reservoir, just a 30-minute drive from the famous crowded Strip.
“We can not say what we will find in Lake Mead,” said former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman on Monday. “This is not a bad place to dump your body.”
As a lawyer, Goodman represented the mob, including the ill-fated Anthony “Ant Tony” Spilotro, before serving three terms as mayor with a martini-paw, making public appearances with a show girl in each hand.
He declined to name who might be in the huge reservoir erected by Hoover Dam in Najada, Arizona.
“I’m relatively sure it was not Jimmy Hoff,” he laughed. But he added that many of his former clients seemed to be interested in “climate control”: the crowd spoke to keep the lake level high and the bodies in their water graves.
Instead, the world is now experiencing climate change. Եւ Lake Mead has fallen more than 170 feet (52 meters) since 1983.
In the cities of the seven southwestern states, the thirst of 40 million farming people quenches the lake, which has about 30 percent capacity.
“If the lake goes too far, we can see a lot of interesting things,” said Michael Green, a professor at Nzada University and a professor of Las Vegas history whose father has been blackjacking casinos for decades, including Stardust. h: show boat.
“I would not bet on a mortgage that we would find out who killed Bugsy Siegel,” said Green, referring to the infamous gangster who opened the Flamingo in 1946 and what the Strip would become. Siegel was shot dead in 1947 in Burley Hills, California. His killer has never been identified.
“But I will be willing to bet that there will be several bodies,” Green said.
First, Las Vegas discovered the lake level drop highest drinking water April 25, forcing the regional water body to move to a deep water intake, which was completed in 2020, to continue supplying casinos, suburbs 2, 2.4 million inhabitants a year և 40 million tourists.
Next weekend, sailors noticed a man’s decaying body in a rusty barrel stuck in the newly opened coastal mud.
The body has not been identified, but Las Vegas police say he was shot, probably from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s, according to shoes found in his possession. Death is being investigated as murder.
A few days later, the second barrel was discovered by A. CLASS TV news staff, not far from the first. It was empty.
On Saturday in the suburbs, two Henderson sisters rowing on a lake near a former harbor resort spotted bones on a freshly dug sand rod more than nine miles (14.5 kilometers) from the barrels.
Lindsay Melvin, who photographed the find, said it was initially thought to be a large horned sheep carcass native to the region. A closer look revealed a jaw of a man with teeth. They called the park rangers, and the National Park Service confirmed in a statement that the bones were human.
Las Vegas police said Monday that there was no immediate evidence that the game was rigged and that they were not investigating. An investigation into the murder will begin if a Clark County investigator determines that the death is suspicious, the agency said in a statement.
More bodies will be found, predicts Jeff Schumacher, vice president of The Mob Museum, a renovated historic post office in downtown Las Vegas, the federal building that opened in 2012 as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement.
“I think many of those individuals are likely to be drowning victims,” Schumacher said, referring to sailors and swimmers who have never been found. “But there is a signature of a mob beating on the barrel. Filling the body in the barrel. “Sometimes they would throw water.”
He և Green referred to the death of John “Beautiful Johnny” Rosell in the mid-1950s, a Las Vegas mobster who disappeared in 1976 just days before being found in a 55-gallon (208-liter) steel drum floating offshore. From Miami.
Former police officer David Colmayer, who now hosts the Las Vegas Podcast, a fledgling TV show called Troubleshooting, said Monday that he had heard a $ 5,000 reward last week for qualified divers to find barrels in the lake. From the people of San Diego և Florida who are ready to try.
But National Park Service officials said it was unacceptable that there were hundreds of barrels in the depths, some dating back to the 1930s when Hoover Dam was built.
Colmayer said he had heard from families of the missing, such as the man suspected of killing his mother-brother in 1987, a hotel worker who went missing in 1992, and his father, who went missing in Utah in the 1980s.
“You will probably find remnants all over Lake Mead,” said Colmayer, including Native Americans, who were the earliest inhabitants of the area.
Green said the findings make people talk not only about the crowd beating, but also about relieving grieving families. Not to mention the ever-increasing white mineral markings on the steep walls of the lake, which indicate where the water was.
“People will talk about it for right or wrong reasons,” he said. “They will think that we will expose every murder of the mob. In fact, we can see a few.
“But it’s worth remembering that the crowd did not like the Las Vegas killings because they did not like the bad ads on the Las Vegas date.”
The real reason, according to Green, is the visible evidence that the West has a serious water problem. “The ‘bath ring’ around the lake is big and growing,” he said.
Whatever the story of the body in the barrel, Goodman predicted that it would add to the story of the city, which sprouted from the lake covered with creosote bushes and became a gambling Mecca.
“When I was mayor, every time I went to the subway, I was shocked, fearing that someone I could meet over the years would be revealed,” he said.
“We have a very interesting story,” Goodman added. “It certainly adds to the mystery of Las Vegas.”
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