Cult couple execute 'Nazi' cops in Vegas

The Australian/June 11, 2014

A gun-toting couple reportedly linked to anti-­government militias killed two US police officers execution-style and left a swastika on the bodies, investigators said yesterday.

The couple shot the police in cold blood at a Las Vegas pizza restaurant on Monday, before killing a civilian at a nearby Walmart and then committing ­suicide.

Jerad and Amanda Miller saw police as Nazi-style oppressors, and claimed links to a Nevada cattle rancher, Cliven Bundy, who won a high-profile stand-off with authorities two months ago with the help of pro-gun militias.

“This is the beginning of the revolution,” read a note pinned on one of the bodies by Jerad Miller, 31, after he and his 22-year-old wife slaughtered the police officers, said assistant sheriff Kevin McMahill. “There's no doubt that the suspects have some apparent ideology that's along the lines of militia and white supremacists,” he said. The massacre left five dead.

The couple entered the restaurant, walked past the booth where the officers were eating, and then Jerad Miller “pulled a handgun out and shot officer (Igor) Soldo one time in the back of his head”, said Mr McMahill.

“Officer Soldo immediately succumbed to his injuries. At that time, officer (Alyn) Beck immediately began to react, when he was confronted by lethal gunfire from Jerad Miller, and he was shot once in the throat area.”

The couple then both shot multiple rounds into the two officers, before pulling the bodies out of the restaurant booth on to the floor. They covered one of them with a banner of a flag with the image of a coiled snake and the words “Don't tread on me” — an image used during the 18th-­century American Revolutionary War.

They “also threw a swastika on top of his body”. Jerad Miller then “pinned a note to officer Soldo basically stating that this is the ­beginning of the revolution”.

The pair then left the pizzeria and went to a nearby Walmart store. Inside, a customer who was legally carrying a concealed weapon approached Jerad Miller. But the customer, Joseph Wilcox, 31, did not know Amanda Miller was an accomplice and she slipped behind Wilcox and shot him dead at close range, according to police.

As officers entered the store through the front and back, the two suspects manoeuvred into “tactically advantageous positions to engage any officers approaching”, Mr McMahill said.

Police officers exchanged fire with the suspects as they moved to the rear, he said.

The two suspects then ended the stand-off in a blaze of gunfire, with Amanda Miller firing several rounds into Jerad and then killing herself with a single shot to the head

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