By Rio Yamat THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LAS VEGAS (AP)- Nathan Chasing Horse trained his wives to use firearms, instructing them to “shoot it out” with police officers if they ever tried to “break their family apart,” according to records obtained by The Associated Press. If that failed, the wives were to take “suicide pills.” The abuse that authorities said spanned two decades led Tuesday to the arrest of Chasing Horse following a months long investigation by Las Vegas police. He was taken into custody as he left the home he shares with his five wives in North Las Vegas. SWAT officers were seen outside the two-story home in the evening as detectives searched the property. During the raid, police found memory cards with videos of the sexual assaults, firearms, 41
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