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Ron Nelson Brady Jr. interview with Las Vegas News

KVBC - NBC News 3 in Las Vegas reports on Ron Nelson Brady Jr. There is a video segment on their web site and the following story to accompany it on their web site

Jail house interview with man accused of hiring hitman for Craig Titus
Ron Nelson Brady, Jr. is accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill three witnesses against Craig Titus. Brady, who says he innocent of the charges, tells News 3 he is actually a pawn to get a conviction against Titus. In an exclusive interview you’ll only see here, News 3’s Jesse Corona sat down with Brady, who tells us he’s been in solitary confinement for close to 10 months as punishment.

“I’m locked down. I probably come out 45 minutes a day; some days I don’t come out at all,” said Brady.

No matter what your thoughts and feelings are about a crime a person is charged with, the United States is founded on the principal that you are innocent until proven guilty. They call it the hole.

For the last 10 months, Brady has been locked down in maximum security, segregated from the rest of the prison population. He’s not there for violent or disruptive behavior. In fact, Brady says in all of this time he can only come up with one reason why he’s there - punishment.

“I think that they think I have information regarding Craig Titus’ case. That’s what I think,” said Brady.

After phone calls from our attorney, reminding the detention center about the openness of public records, we finally obtained a portion of the jail’s standard operating procedure manual.

It clearly states administrative segregation or solitary confinement, the same kind of confinement Brady finds himself in, cannot be used as punishment, and that every attempt would be made to place inmates back into general population.

The detention center says Brady, who’s never been charged with a serious crime before, is classified as somehow posing a threat to the jail. They say he is in confinement based on his current charges.

But if that were true, then why would a judge grant Brady bail? Judge’s only do that if they think someone doesn’t pose a flight risk or isn’t a threat to society. Brady’s bail is set at $450,000; his family doesn’t have that so he remains in lock down.

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