Letters from Dan Zelna, Seth McNabb, William Golas, and Morton Friedlander.
Regarding the ruling in the shooting death of Tamir Rice, Reuters reported the following: “A grand jury cleared two Cleveland police officers on Monday in the November 2014 fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was brandishing a toy gun in a park.” The prosecutor said there was a lack of evidence indicating criminal activity.
Letters from Esther Weinstein, Steve Bayliff and Robert Pursell.
Letters from Steven Ginther, Gary Lewey and Dennis Leffner.
The Review-Journal has been updating the story about the young woman who drove onto the sidewalk on the Strip and injured a number of pedestrians, killing one (“Driver faces murder charge,” Wednesday Review-Journal). This was a senseless and tragic act, for which there is no excuse.
A recent front-page article began with an eye-catching contention.
As an avid reader of the Review-Journal and someone who likes to follow politics both local and national news, I have to say I am decidedly disappointed in the biased coverage I continually see in the newspaper I love.
Under great secrecy, the family of Sheldon Adelson purchased the Review-Journal (“Adelson’s son-in-law led purchase,” Dec. 17).
It shouldn’t surprise any Clark County taxpayer that teachers in the Clark County Education Association voted to approve a new two-year contract that will set starting salaries at $40,000, an increase of 15.5 percent compared with the current starting salary of about $34,600.
Letters from Debbie Brazeau, Jo Ann Malkin, Pam Ford and John Duck.