Mandalay Bay Massacre – 6:00pm Full Press Briefing (Video)

Full press briefing by all agencies investigating the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Massacre.  Sadly, the updated death toll now stands at 59.

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207 Responses to Mandalay Bay Massacre – 6:00pm Full Press Briefing (Video)

  1. sundance says:

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    • carrierh says:

      Michael, can we then assume he sent that to the muslims there as her lady friend is from a muslim dominated country? It seems he was a turncoat in spite of being able to amass a fortune here. So many questions yet to be answered. I suppose he preferred to murder himself rather than face the police. I think that at least was a good idea. I pray for all those killed, including police and those that sheltered others and lost their lives. All we have seen and heard shows Paul Ryan that this is what Americans are coming forth to save lives, giving safe space, taking to hospitals, etc. Paul, you are a fool, and need to resign asap!

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  2. Stringy theory says:

    There is something very odd about this tragedy. I hope Trump will get to the bottom of this, and I have complete faith he will.

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  3. Publius2016 says:

    The story is about to blow. Even the girl in the photo is not his “girlfriend.” It’s 100% fake.

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  4. Publius2016 says:

    Watching NBA and they are standing…they don’t look happy, but who cares…Singer was great!

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  5. carrierh says:

    Hope this time my comment is accepted. Sending that kind of money could have been sent to muslims groups in the Philippines. His female friend is supposedly from Indonesia and that is a super muslim country. Nevada allows this type of weapon, but how did he acquire the now 17 guns and ammo is at question. What drove him to do this in a country that allowed him to become extremely wealthy. I am glad he shot himself rather than forcing our police to kill him. One decent move by a seriously ungrateful murderer. Did he has others assisting him? Hopefully we will find out more. Thanks to all who sheltered others and died in so doing, including police men. Thanks to those who came to take injured to hospitals. This is who real Americans are, Paul Ryan, so resign and take you hate of Trump and us with you.

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    • all i can say, IT’S A SAD DAY FOR AMERICA.
      AND GOD BLESS ALL THOSE VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

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      • Stringy theory says:

        Jim, well said.

        Today should be about the victims and their families. I cannot say how sad this is for all of them. I cannot imagine the suffering this has caused, both physical and mental. May God look after each and every one, and comfort them and their loved ones.

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    • Paco Loco says:

      His girl friend is Filipino and has lived in the US for decades. There are a lot of missing pieces to this puzzle. I do doubt that ISIS was involved.

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  6. Eric Kennedy says:

    Interesting series of 34 tweets from Thomas Wictor…

    Liked by 9 people

    • PDQ says:

      in this political climate…just a chip off the old pychopathic father’s block?

      I dunno…

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      • Regina says:

        Wictor doesn’t believe in conspiracies, false flags, etc. – not saying he’s right or wrong (in this case, I tend to agree with him that the family probably knew something was off) but he’ll usually present a rational explanation.

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        • Sentient says:

          I wish he’d link to an essay instead of 47 tweets

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        • PatriotKate says:

          Wictor can be right and others as well. Patsys end up being Patsys because “something about them is off.” Useful tools. Easily manipulated. Wonder if he was on psych drugs. Notice they always commit suicide?

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        • WSB says:

          The commenter who posted the clip of the anti-Trump protest is very telling to me. The person who looks like Paddock keeps turning his head sideways after it seems he sees the camera. Looks subconscious to me.

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    • tuskyou says:

      Thx for posting this

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    • I don’t do twitter but I read all of those tweets… very interesting and makes perfect sense to me. Thank you for linking this.

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    • Jlwary says:

      Ok, I was kinda getting “hysterical,” on the other thread with conspiracy thoughts, but what Thomas says here makes sense. I feel a bit more level-headed. I just want the truth.

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    • georgiafl says:

      39 Tweets long now. Well worth reading.

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    • Eskyman says:

      Thomas Wictor is usually accurate. He always provides a well-researched & fully informed take on any situation. He’s one of the most “must-read” people on Twitter, and his threads are always informative and interesting.

      His view that the family, or at least one brother did know, is supported by Bombard’s Body Language (a body language expert.)

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      • rashamon says:

        Where was she when The Big 0 was running for office? Or the Bushes pere et fils? Clintons?

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        This brother is completely unconvincing in almost every way. He knows something and is not very clever in how he asks that others tell him “why.”

        Something is very wrong. As Thomas Wictor wrote, the family knew. I agree.

        The brother’s attempt to say the killer’s life is “open.” What a bunch of garbage.
        There’s something most definitely wrong here.

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      • jwingermany says:

        Near the end of the interview, he says that if the press needs to know anything…”come to me.” Combined with the rest of that bizarre interview, I think he is hiding something…doesn’t want to be there but MUST because he wants to control the family narrative.

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      • Jimmy Tets says:

        Where did an ‘average joe’ buy a belt fed automatic weapon? Despite the rantings of the Left, these kinds of weapons are tightly controlled. The fact that there is a tighter lid on this whole mess than anything else in the last 30 years is telling.

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  7. Just Curious says:

    A big hotel like the Mandalay didn’t have any equipment to sense weapons? Really? No scanners? esp with a huge concert en route…sounds odd
    How did this shooter get all those serious weapons into his hotel room?

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    • he had help.
      it will come out in the end.

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    • SoCal Patriot says:

      Reported that he carried the weapons in via ten suitcases.

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    • grandmotherpatriot says:

      My thought as well, not one security camera or guard picked up as an arsenal of
      high-powered weapons with ammo were being moved into a room.
      Are they not concerned about Casino Robbery?

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    • keeler says:

      Several posters have pointed out in other threads that, in actuality, it is fairly easy to break down and move multiple AR-15s in a large luggage container.

      He had multiple weapons at his home, but only three confirmed firearms in his hotel room (two scoped rifles and a hand gun).

      Additionally, I saw someone here post information that he had been in the hotel for four days prior to the shooting. Plenty of time to casually “come and go,” bringing in smaller amounts of ammo in a backpack or briefcase as part of a daily routine.

      Yes, his room(s) were on the 37th floor, but I’m guessing the Mandalay has elevators and that he wasn’t lugging everything up 37 flights of stairs.

      None of this dismisses the possibility he had co-conspirators. But the facts as they stand do allow for him to have been the sole shooter.

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      • grandmotherpatriot says:

        He was on the 32nd Floor and yes he could have brought from home one at a time but, I am not buying the so-called facts.
        His own brother stated that Paddock, the so-called killer owned a couple of handguns and was not a good shoot and so now we are to believe that he, Paddock went out and purchased an arsenal with ammo with the perfect room ( in the back of the hotel ) to slaughter people without a motive?
        It smells funny.

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    • SteveC says:

      Having weapons in your hotel room is not illegal. I don’t know the schedule, but Vegas has a lot of gun shows and any FFL (firearms dealer) would likely have more guns than were in the hotel room.

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    • Jimmy Tets says:

      Devices to sense weapons in Las Vegas would constantly be going off and you can bring anything to your room in a hard sided travel case. Mandalay Bay not a fault here…

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  8. NYGuy54 says:

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  9. christinewjc says:

    Oops…looks like my comment didn’t post so trying again. Recall the video footage of the shooter, Stephen Paddock, wearing a pink hat and “nasa” pink shirt at an anti-Trump protest in August, 2017? Via Liveleak, I noticed the following information:

    NASA Gov. releases (1993) memo with a “Steve Paddock” as a member of the study team.
    I’m not sure whether or not this is the same person, but it’s quite a coincidence that the shooter was seen wearing a pink “nasa” t-shirt at that rally in August!

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  10. citizen817 says:

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  11. Howie says:

    All the damn Newz is so awful, have to let it go today.

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  12. 4sure says:

    Mandalay Bay Hotel will go belly up after all the lawsuits are settled. May as well bulldoze the place now. How the heck do you set up a war room in a hotel and it goes un-noticed? If this was just a lone attack, just think what an attack by numerous terrorists would do. Why don’t more attacks involving many take place? Is that because the terrorists are not as prevalent as we think? Are we giving them too much credit? Are we keeping them at bay?

    I suspect that This type attack will be repeated, now that the blueprint has been established on how to do it.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      “How the heck do you set up a war room in a hotel and it goes un-noticed?”

      I’m guessing you would be ok with the government just looking through every email, text message and phone call you make as well?

      I guess there was no reason for Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews to expect privacy in her own hotel room either…

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    • youme says:

      If certified as an “act of Terrorism” then, we the taxpayers, will be picking up the tab
      A terrorist act that is eligible for coverage under the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). Such acts are certified by the Secretary of the Treasury, applying criteria spelled out in TRIA. … Insurers paying claims in response to certified acts of terrorism qualify for federal reimbursement.

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    • Jimmy Tets says:

      Nope, Mandalay Bay not at fault here. You can keep housekeeping from entering your room so who would have discovered your ‘war room’? As for moving weapons? Easy, hard sided golf club case. The only way to protect against this sort of attack (not prevent) is to have counter snipers in place. I suspect we will no longer see venues with publicly accessed over watch. Probably more in the boonies and in stadiums.

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  13. Ed. says:

    I have noticed a lot of comments on how he was able to get 10 rifles and all the ammo up into his room and it go unnoticed.

    True story.
    While attending a wholesale convention in Vegas some years back, I bought out a display booth from a vendor, as is the costume to sell all the displays models after the show. This booth contained just under 50 air rifles. I was booked into a strip hotel for the rest of the week to gamble, and see the sights. I used a large wheeled suitcase to bring all the air rifles up to my room from the parking lot, for a total of 6 trips each way. Then I hung the DO NOT DISTURB sign, and nobody noticed a thing. Now I grant you air rifles are legal but I expect everybody to get the point. In Vegas nobody asks about what you are bringing to your room, even domestic livestock.

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  14. Nigella says:

    He liked Country music so he murders people at a country music concert? Something isn’t right here…

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  15. James W Crawford says:

    I am almost deaf and just had ear surgery. I cant listen to the presser. I hope that people will post pertinent, informative comments rather than inane conspiracy claims.

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  16. Martin says:

    A fair amount of “gun expert” backpeddaling, I well imagine…

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  17. big bad mike says:

    See Adam Lexalt in photo on this topic headline – Nevada Attorney General. Met him recently – very unassuming, calm, and gave me the impression he was a smart guy who takes his job seriously. Hope he gets to the bottom of this. If this happened in Illinois – Lisa Madigan – we would never know the truth.

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  18. Nigella says:

    At this point I’m gonna have to go with “nuts ” until I hear otherwise…

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  19. Eric Kennedy says:

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    • Oldschool says:

      Agree with seth. I find balloons, stuffed animals, flowers, moments of silence, light displays and flags at half mast all adding insult to injury in the all too often preventable tragedies.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Oldschool says:

        Just to be clear, I don’t agree with seth’s use of this for his gun control agenda, only the all too often useless and feel good responses in these situations.

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      • keeler says:

        I agree with your sentiment, but that is not what Seth means. He’s a moonbat Congressman and what he is really saying is “I am virtue-signaling over the lack of new gun control legislation.”

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      • Trish in Southern Illinois says:

        What i hate, is all the back patting and thank yous during press conferences. Why cant they thank everyone say, next week. Just give us the info!

        Guy gets up and thanks everyone and gives one slim bit of info. Next guy thanks the same people again, and again a tiny sliver of info. Next man or woman thanks same people again!

        As for the questions from reporters…here’s the worst question of the night:
        “Do you think the performer on the stage could have saved more lives, if he would have said something to the crowd before running off?”
        Good Lord, so now its the singer’s fault?

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        • Beverly says:

          Oh, you just know that idiot reporter (Dept. of Redundancy Dept.!) thinks xe has icewater in its veins, and Of Course would have made a Public Service Announcement if xir was in the same situation as the singer!

          Judas H. Priest.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Wonder if Seth Moulton ever uses armed security or keeps any guns at his home in case of a home invasion?

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  20. Patriot1783 says:

    Someone called into Rush earlier and said how telling it was that everything you wanted to know basically about the shooter was found out in under 12 hours by federal agencies yet after almost a year the investigation into Trump and whether he and Russia conspired to cheat the Presidential Election drags on.

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  21. tazz2293 says:

    Rep for MA 6 calling for Gun Control at 10AM this morning.

    Loved some of the replies

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  22. nwtex says:

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  23. jbrickley says:

    The rate of fire altered slightly over time. There are some gun experts speculating that he was using a hand crank machine gun. As in some kind of large caliber antique machine gun mounted on a tri-pod. It was not normal full auto fire as at least one burst lasted 10 seconds which is quite astounding. Modern machine guns don’t do that. You use short bursts or you risk heating up the barrel to much. The full details of the firearms won’t come to light until the ATF and FBI have finished their initial investigations. But there are hints that the police were astounded by what they found in the hotel room.

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    • James W Crawford says:

      I’m thinking a heavy machinegun like the M60 in 308.

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      • James W Crawford says:

        Also might be the more modern M-240.

        Both have quick change barrels to mitigate overheating. Unlike an AR-15, they can sustain full auto fire for 100s of rounds.

        Note that the cyclic rate can change as the barrel, bolt, receiver and recoil spring heat up.

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      • James W Crawford says:

        Also would not be amazed if it is a Lockheed, .308 gattling cannon with s handcrank replacing the motor.

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    • tuskyou says:

      https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/oct/02/las-vegas-suspect-stephen-paddock-gun-semi-automatic
      This article speculates he might have used a bump-fire to simulate fully automatic fire

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    • Well, probably not cranked. These long-guns sounded like AR-15s to me. AR-15s can come with something called an echo trigger.

      There is a switch on them that you can set for safety, semi, or echo.

      When on echo, the trigger fires once when you press it and once again when you release it. If you do this rapidly and with a steady pace, it becomes fully automatic and a listener could not tell the difference between fully automatic and echo fire.

      But you are right…..This sounded like automatic fire, but a strange, uneven automatic fire. This could result if a guy was not well trained and keeping absolutely well timed trigger pulls…..This is what it sounded like to me.

      These guns are the latest technology and have only been out for a couple of years…..But, believe it or not, for now they are legal.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        AK… it sounded distinctly like an AK to me. There is a little extra ‘crack’ in their sound.

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        • seekingthetruth2 says:

          An experienced combat Marine called the Savage show today and said it was definitely 7.62 as he has had thousands shot at him. He also was a neighbor of this guy and he said that he could not have done what is being alleged. He spoke with him at his Mesquite home, had beers with him at the local watering hole over a period of many months. Find the vid, it was interesting.

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          • Beverly says:

            One possibility: this guy was used as the patsy, shot by the real killers, and left? Nah, the Swat team was already up there, weren’t they? Does anyone know if the firing was still going on as they reached the 32nd floor?

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            • jbrickley says:

              Well if the second shooter pans out then he could have been shot first and someone else committed the sniper attack. The time line is weird, the gun fire stops and it took the police, swat almost 30 minutes before they breached the room and found him dead. A security guard was shot through the door in the leg prior as well. So perhaps that is what the cameras were for? To give the second shooter or two to leave before SWAT got there? Multiple cameras watching the hallway and peephole, etc. The police started at the 29th floor and worked their way up. Would it be possible for someone to slip out of the room either to another room or make it down the stairs? Unlikely. Are there hotel cameras in the hallways? Were those cameras tampered with?

              Lots of unknowns, like what was written on that note. The cops are pissed about the sniper nest photos leaking as well.

              All we can do is speculate until the LV Police, FBI, ATF make their public announcements.

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    • Trish in Southern Illinois says:

      Maybe that’s why he had 17 weapons ( it’s increased to 23 now, for some reason) in case of gun jam, overheated barrel, etc. Just switch off to a different weapon.

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    • jbrickley says:

      Ok, now I am thinking it was just bump-triggers and the echo setting. Squeeze, fire, bump, release, fire, bump, repeat. It would sound almost full auto and speed would vary. Pictures of the bump additions posted about. Likely heated up a gun and switched weapons.

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  24. Jim in TN says:

    Made it through some of the presser. Everyone going on and on about what a great job they did. I am sorry, but it took almost two hours for them to stop an active shooter. That is not a good job. He injured or killed almost 600 people.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Plus, it is their JOB. How about more acknowledgement of the ordinary citizens that helped and even risked their own lives.

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    • James W Crawford says:

      Amen!

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    • Harry Lime says:

      I would rather they just release solid information about what happened, who did it, why, and what can the public do to help, to the extent that they can. They can pat themselves on the back later. Jeez, there was a line of politicians and officials all ready to go with their prepared statements…like none of them wanted to be left out…it’s just too soon for that stuff.

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      • Trish in Southern Illinois says:

        LOL. I guess I’m not the only one that’s disgusted by that silly crap. I posted about this upthread before I made it down this far.
        They can thank people officially next week or so. Keep it out of press conferences.

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        • G. Combs says:

          “….I guess I’m not the only one that’s disgusted by that silly crap…..” I fast forwarded through all the idiot politicians hogging the limelight.

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    • Beverly says:

      I heard it only took them TEN MINUTES.

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  25. A2 says:

    I just woke up and read Sundance’s thread on Paddock. Very informative. So here is my story based on speculation.

    Filipinos are notorious gamblers (like the legendary Chinese) and in Hong Kong and the Philippines they fund this addiction by borrowing from loan sharks run by Triads. If you don’t pay up someone gets hurt (know this first-hand).

    It is plausible the girlfriend had big gambling debts to pay-off and her life or family back home would have been threatened. Loser Paddock probably sold properties and moved around with her to pay off the debts. Then came the offer.

    He agreed to set up the shooting match, hotel, getaway cars, guns and such and the Triads (doing a job for Daesh) did the shooting, killed dumbarse and fled. The girlfriend as insurance that he provide the services, was held in the Philippines until he had fulfilled his part of the bargain.

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  26. Two comments stick out:

    Girlfriend is in Tokyo; isn’t that where Edward Snowden first went because they have a non-extradition policy. So much for innocence and being in the Philippines.

    Someone asked about rumor that shooter worked for a federal agency: Sheriff said he could neither confirm nor deny. What does this mean? Probably worked for the FBI.

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  27. sundance says:

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  28. emet says:

    Casino security is typically poor to fair, because the wages are low and employees are treated like dirt, unless they belong to the culinary workers union or have some sort of juice. Observation (eye in the sky) spends most of the time following women. Let me give you an example. One evening two thieves entered the Sundance in downtown Las Vegas (gone now). They took several new, expensive arcade video games, put them on dollys, and loaded them onto a truck. Casino security held the doors open for them. Nobody asked to see a repair order. Nobody called the shift supervisor.

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    • dekester says:

      Inside job?

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      • G. Combs says:

        Marilou Danley worked at Club Paradise, Atlantis Casino in Reno between 2010 and 2013. Local media said Paddock had also previously lived in Reno, Nevada, California and Florida. There is nothing about Danley’s work history after 2013. However she is hooked into the casinos and may have known people who went on to work at the Mandalay Bay casino.

        “Lone Wolf’ really really does not pass the smell test.

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    • WSB says:

      I tried to post a comment of numerous examples of casinos and hotels I haved consulted for where so much was in disaray, items stolen, and access easily gained, but it seems my comment was trashed somehow.

      At any rate, you are correct. Most hotel and casino security is an oxymoron.

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  29. citizen817 says:

    1)It’s reported the shooter had no military background. So, where did he learn to shoot?

    2)1/4 mile away from your target is far, like 4 football fields… and no training?

    Something doesn’t pass the smell test.

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    • James W Crawford says:

      1/4 mile away, but the target was an enormous crowd of 20,000+`people. I would expect hits with only a fraction of rounds expended and lethal hits with a small fraction. Nhowever; firing intonsuch a large, densely packed crowd made it easy to hit hundreds of people.

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    • MTeresa says:

      No one other than those in the venue were shot. Was no one on the street (Vegas streets are busy at night) shot? There are a lot of unanswered questions. I don’t think good questions are being asked.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      High ground, range capable firepower.
      This was about saturation, not skill.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      Didn’t his neighbor say he was missing for 6 months? I agree, this whole thing is not adding up. The truth will start to come unravel as the days go on.

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    • A2 says:

      See my fiction story above. He didn’t do the shooting, nor modify weapons, he was just an accomplice (or traitor). And dead men tell no tales.

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    • keeler says:

      Everyone is assuming all 59 deaths (to date) and 525 injuries are due to gun shots inflicted in the arena area.

      We haven’t been told that officially.

      I am assuming at least some of the injuries, and possibly some deaths, were the result the crowd stampeding in panic after the first shots were fired. I’d really like to know what the ratio of shooting/stampeding victims is. That might explain some of these questions and possible discrepancies between the victim count and the shooter’s alleged lack of skill.

      Some photos and videos that I’ve seen (taken by concert goers during the active shooting period and thus not showing the results of triage or rescue operations) show large clusters of bodies. This seems to suggest he hit big pockets of victims at the start of the attack, when the crowd was still densely packed. Hitting a high number of people would not require careful or even good aiming under these circumstances. Indeed, I would not be surprised if a victim map showed a distinct arc or spraying pattern as he targeted across the venue space.

      Additionally, some of those shot may have been LEOs or first responders who arrived after the initial shooting. Again, he would have been able to aim at light-colored emergency vehicles with flashing lights and not needed to be aiming carefully in order to hit these responders.

      Some combination of these might explain how we wind up 600 victims.

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      • MVW says:

        “some of those shot may have been LEOs or first responders who arrived after the initial shooting.”

        No. Listen to the Q&A second half of video.

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  30. MTeresa says:

    Can someone please tell me how the shooter was killed? Did he kill himself before the police arrived? Did he shoot himself in front of LEO? Did LEO shoot him? These are important questions to ask.

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  31. citizen817 says:

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    • thluckyone says:

      Citizen, I realize how hollow and how obvious it is for me to write this – and I guess I just need to write it down – but “somebody in the swamp knows everything about this”. My prayer is that person can be found before they’re Arkancided and that they can be forced – in the most brutal manner of interrogation that is possible – to reveal everything they know, down to the last time they kissed their mother. Grrrrrr.

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    • keeler says:

      NASA? He was reported to have worked for NASA earlier in the day, and the man who might be him at an anti-Trump event is wearing a NASA shirt.

      Also, pulled from the link:

      UPDATE: (9:45 AM ET): A FBI source told True Pundit that the investigation into Stephen Paddock has uncovered the Las Vegas shooter had “radical leanings” when it came to politics. The official said more information pertaining to that would be released as soon as Monday afternoon.

      Guessing he wasn’t a Tea Party member…

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  32. James F says:

    He is a pussy-hat wearing, trump-hating member of “resist”.

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  33. Martin says:

    I wish I had a pencil-thin mustache
    So I could solve mysteries too

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  34. Dora says:

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  35. rashamon says:

    Just dig up Allen Dulles and Albert Jenner to direct the Clinton Commission to the conclusion that Trump did it from his NJ home with drones carrying AK-47s in order to take the public’s attention away from all his major screw-ups since 1957. Impeach him. Done. Next?

    Like your plot, A2. It’s better than the book James Patterson has contracted to write with Bill Clinton by next year ’cause, you know, Bill needs some pocket change and traveling money.

    http://ew.com/tv/2017/09/22/bill-clinton-president-missing-james-patterson-showtime/ttp://ew.com/tv/2017/09/22/bill-clinton-president-missing-james-patterson-showtime/

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  36. citizen817 says:

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  37. Texian says:

    I just started listening to the video.. That ain’t no M16/AR15.. Defintely a rotary fire weapon.. the pause when it jams.. then starts up again.. other times sounds like there might have been an M60 as well..

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  38. There are lots and lots of video cameras in Vegas. They are practically everywhere. Those videos should prove to be very interesting.

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  39. pam2246 says:

    To all the heroic NFL players who ran into a hotel with an active sniper….

    *Nevermind. They were all police officers.

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  40. Regina says:

    the mayor (who looks tired, granted) just said he “took 29 lives”?

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  41. citizen817 says:

    Very curious… 7 min audio

    AUDIO: NEIGHBOR OF SHOOTER TELLS SAVAGE ‘HE DID NOT DO IT!’

    https://michaelsavage.com/2017/10/02/audio-neighbor-of-shooter-tells-savage-he-did-not-do-it/amp/

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  42. Something very fishy…Listen to this…

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  43. kinthenorthwest says:

    Hear this song on way to an appt in town. Listen the lyrics This is the part that really hit me because of today
    “Though times it seems Like I’m coming undone This walk can often feel lonely No matter what until this race is won I will stand my ground where hope can be found I will stand my ground where hope can be found Oh, O’Lord O’Lord I know You hear my cry Your love is lifting me above all the lies No matter what I face this I know in time You’ll take all that is wrong and make it right”
    God Bless all my Treeper Family

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  44. G. Combs says:

    The ‘Girlfriend’ Marilou Danley

    Japan has a limited extradition policy. No extradition for political ‘crimes’ and no extradition unless convicted or enough evidence to convict. Japan would not extradite a witness.
    https://internationalextraditionblog.com/2011/05/11/japan-extradition-treaty-with-the-united-states/
    ……………

    photo taken in Dubai was Kuha Sa Jumeira Beach, Dubai. She has a sister in Dubai.

    “Marilou Danley’s Facebook profile reads, “Proud mom and grandma who lives life to the fullest.” Her last public post was an update of her profile picture in August. She had posted numerous photos of herself. Friends commented on her looks, and she wrote under one, “Thanks …That was taken at Wiltshire Roof Top Restaurant in L.A.” In 2016, she wrote in the comment thread under a photo, “…Kuha Sa Jumeira Beach, Dubai.” She also wrote under that photo, “That’s a beautiful City except it’s hot. Will be back there next year to visit my niece.”
    http://heavy.com/news/2017/10/marilou-danley-photos-marylou-danly-mary-lou-stephen-paddock-wife-girlfriend-facebook-las-vegas-shooting/

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  45. Jim says:

    Interesting isn’t it, the man who attended the church where the pastor preached, “God damn America,” was elected President twice, but the innocent people who sang God Bless America were shot and killed. Think about that.

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