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Democratic official charged with murdering reporter who exposed his affair refuses to deny doing it


A Las Vegas Democratic official who was charged with murdering a reporter who exposed his affair refused to discuss the case in a jailhouse interview and claimed he lives his life to do ‘good for others.’ 

Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, 45, has been accused of killing Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German, 69, earlier this month. 

In a new jailhouse interview with the newspaper, Telles refused to answer any questions about the German case as it is still being investigated. 

However, he insisted he has ‘certainly made mistakes’ in his past. 

‘I’ve just really try to do my best, to live my life doing good for others, and I’m hoping that, again, with everything that’s rolling around in the media these days, that people really see that,’ he told the Las Vegas Review-Journal from inside the walls of the Clark County Detention Center. 

Despite his inability to discuss the case, Telles was arrested on September 7 after DNA evidence found…



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Democratic official charged with murdering reporter who exposed his affair refuses to deny doing it


A Las Vegas Democratic official who was charged with murdering a reporter who exposed his affair refused to discuss the case in a jailhouse interview and claimed he lives his life to do ‘good for others.’ 

Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, 45, has been accused of killing Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German, 69, earlier this month. 

In a new jailhouse interview with the newspaper, Telles refused to answer any questions about the German case as it is still being investigated. 

However, he insisted he has ‘certainly made mistakes’ in his past. 

‘I’ve just really try to do my best, to live my life doing good for others, and I’m hoping that, again, with everything that’s rolling around in the media these days, that people really see that,’ he told the Las Vegas Review-Journal from inside the walls of the Clark County Detention Center. 

Despite his inability to discuss the case, Telles was arrested on September 7 after DNA evidence found…



Read the Full Article Here Dailymail

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

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