An autopsy revealed Tuesday that Jerad Miller died from a .223 rifle shot, the official said. It was Jerad’s fatal wound — his wife never shot him, the official said. Clark County Coroner Mike Murphy said he could not confirm the report, citing the ongoing investigation. Police aren’t sure which officer’s shot actually struck Jerad Miller during the shootout Sunday morning just after the couple executed two officers in a CiCi’s Pizza in the northeast valley.
It looks like the Las Vegas police’s official narrative is beginning to unravel, just like every other so called shootng that has taken place in our country over the last 30 yrs. According to what Asst. Sheriff Kevin Mcmahill, said to all the world at a live Las Vegas Metro police press conference on Monday June 09,2014 concerning the so-called shooters, that it was Amanda Miller who killed her husband in an apparent suicide pact ( “ SUSPECTS CORNERED: The Millers make their way to the back of the store. Two teams of police officers trained to respond to shootings arrive, one team entering from the front of the store and the other from the back and they fan out in formation. They trade gunfire with the couple, as the Millers move toward the automotive section. An officer takes shelter in a security office, where he and a Wal-Mart employee monitor surveillance cameras and relay information to the teams about the suspects’ whereabouts.
As the officers close in, the Millers sit and lie on the ground, ready to further engage police. Jared Miller builds a barricade of items from the store around his wife. But instead of shooting at police, Amanda Miller, suffering a bullet wound, fatally shoots her husband. Then, she turns the gun on herself, ending the rampage”).
Well, that turns out to be a bold face lie, according to Clark County Coroner Mike Murphy, it was actually a Las Vegas police officer- not Amanda Miller who fired the shot from a 223 rifle that killed Jerad Miller.
Official: Police, not wife, killed Jerad Miller
Jerad Miller didn’t die on his own terms after all, the Review-Journal has learned.
It was a Las Vegas police officer — not Amanda Miller, his wife — who fired the shot that ended the life of the 31-year-old cop killer, according to an official with knowledge of the case.