Clark County Coroner’s Inquest (update)

It’s been so long it’s almost

as if they never existed

With a backlog of more than a dozen cases, the  first coroner’s inquest in more than a year has been scheduled for early May.

The  May 3 proceedings will examine the 2010 death of Eduardo Lopez-Hernandez at the hands of Nevada Highway Patrol troopers.  Lopez-Hernandez was running into traffic on Interstate 15, trying to escape a violent mob that witness say were beating him a few moments before the Trooper tazed him. Troopers realized he wasn’t breathing and began performing life-saving measures, the highway patrol said. In spite of their efforts he  was pronounced dead at Sunrise Hospital a short while later.

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