I am asking Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and Nevada state Attorney General Aaron Ford as well as the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol to return contributions from admitted cocaine user, Brian C. Padgett, Nevada State Bar No. 7474, who clearly was at the center of attention on the day of Katie Howard’s death on June 25, 2017.
An open question to Gov. Sisolak and AG Ford: How did this man, Brian Padgett, get a Nevada state privileged medical marijuana license to begin with? I would like to point out that the date recreational marijuana became legal in Nevada was July 1, 2017. Katie Howard’s death on June 25, 2017 preceded that legalization date by only a week. And, as you’ll hear below in the Henderson Police Department interview, Padgett admits to them that he owns a licensed marijuana company (medical).
Anyone with an ounce of common sense can clearly see that Brian Padgett was involved in regular cocaine use and openly admits it. If for no other reason than moral turpitude, two of the highest officials in the state of Nevada after the death of Katie Howard should eagerly want to distance themselves from this cocaine user who is in the center of millions of dollars of lawsuits and who — in my opinion, after ripping off a 65-year-old and 75-year-old of $1.2 million just a few months ago — is involved in a clear case of elder abuse.
Anyone having doubts, all you need to do is click below and listen to the 911 call and the actual Henderson Police Department recorded interview with Padgett on the day Katie Howard died.
911 CALL THE MORNING OF KATIE HOWARD’S DEATH
POLICE INTERVIEW BRIAN C. PADGETT
And by the way, does anyone find it curious that the Henderson PD charged no one in the events surrounding Katie’s death? No charges – not even a simple possession of cocaine charge after Brian Padgett admitted to using it and possessing it?
I am sure the politicians and other Clark County officials and entities would have no problem returning contributions received from Brian Padgett and his various entities, which totaled $348,972.85, according to Nevada Secretary of State records.
Below, I have listed the sitting governor, Steve Sisolak, the Nevada attorney general and the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, just to mention a few who accepted Padgett’s contributions. Below this list is a much longer and complete list showing all of Padgett’s political contributions in the state of Nevada, sorted by most recent at the top of the list. First and foremost, however:
STEVE SISOLAK (Governor of Nevada)
Amount – Date
$10,000 – 8/15/2018
$10,000 – 7/12/2018
$10,000 – 10/28/2015
$ 1,500 – 12/28/2012
$31,500 – TOTAL
AARON FORD (Nevada Attorney General)
Amount – Date
$10,000 – 10/11/2018
$ 2,500 – 11/07/2016
$12,500 – TOTAL
COALITION TO REGULATE MARIJUANA
Amount – Date
$75,000 – 9/20/2016
$75,000 – 10/14/2016
$25,000 – 10/24/2016
$25,000 – 10/27/2016
$200,000 – TOTAL
Below is the complete list of political contributions in Nevada related to Brian Padgett and his various entities (click on image to see full size):