NBC Claims Stephen Paddock Warned Maintenance Worker “To Take Cover” – (He Didn’t)…

Earlier today President Trump tweeted out a statement that NBC is fake news. The media, and Trump’s political opposition, immediately began circling the wagons to defend NBC.

However, as if on cue, moments after President Trump made the statement, NBC presented video of a Today Show segment interviewing a maintenance worker for Mandalay Bay with a jaw-droppingly false claim about Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock warning the worker. LOOK:

(YouTube Link)

Notice the headline:  “Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Warned Me ‘To Take Cover’: MGM Maintenance Man”.

NBC follows with the script to describe the interview:

Stephen Schuck, a building engineer at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, was on the 32nd floor when the Las Vegas mass shooting began. He tells TODAY that he had been called to check on an exit door and was walking down the hallway when “I started to hear shots ring out” and Stephen Paddock “popped out and yelled at me to take cover.” He adds “I am incredibly blessed that somehow I came out of there alive.” (link)

That claim is entirely false.

It never happened.

The NBC claim is entirely fake news.

No-where in the interview does the maintenance worker claim that Stephen Paddock warned him to take cover.  See for yourself; the interview is below.  The maintenance worker specifically states the hotel security guard Jesus “Jose” Campos was the one telling him to take cover.  Watch:

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How many people will read the NBC headline, or read the summary report, and falsely believe what NBC is claiming as fact?

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662 Responses to NBC Claims Stephen Paddock Warned Maintenance Worker “To Take Cover” – (He Didn’t)…

  1. Watcher says:

    Nbc are trying to humanize paddock and turn the narrative to the guns did the murders.
    Remember the trucks in Europe killed not the drivers.
    It’s always weapons that caused the crime the criminals are forgotten.

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  2. waicool says:

    narrative building is apparently much more difficult for the decepticons these days although FBI, MSM, youtube, twitter, facebook, deep state, et al are all obviously trying their best to trip up and slow down the truth seekers. condolences to the victims and their families.

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  3. LCSmom says:

    NBC also is exposed today for spiking the Harvey Weinstein story. Burying real news in favor of fake agenda driven news is who they are.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      NO IT IS NOT TRUE!!!!

      Sorry for shouting, but every page of threads here lately has had this question and it has been debunked for days.

      Aaron Rouse is not married to Podesta’s daughter. She is married to a guy who is much taller and skinnier and his name is not Aaron.

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      • mikebrezzze says:

        Thank you for the clarification

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        Geesh, talk about yelling for attention. It really is disconcerting when people are trying to keep level headed and you come out with this sudden freak out in the midst of us trying to sort out what’s what.

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        • Ziiggii says:

          She is correct… it’s disconcerting when people DO NOT READ before asking questions; specially when they are disinfo low hanging fruit that has been debunked multiple times over the course of multiple threads!

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            Some people work full time, they can’t possibly read everything. It discourages people from reading the news here if others are shouting them down. Not very rewarding. Keep them here to read SD’s informative articles. Don’t scare them away.

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            • It swings both ways. Im all for people digging deep and reaching their own conclusions vs letting the MSM or other outlets do it on there behalf. However, i will also say to a certain extent when you post without really digging in it does hurt those who are really digging in and trying to share things that go against the mainline narrative.

              But, its tough and its a perspective thing as most people are soooo inherently biased and don’t want to dig deep for truth.

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              • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                This is true. It’s a balance. Sometimes I find the “yelling” always by the same person obnoxious and more distracting than the actual conspiracies. There is no confusion here about SD’s warnings. At least for me, it’s vastly different. Something to do with overall respect for his time when he’s here, we should be cognizant not to burden him with garbage to read.

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                • LULU says:

                  I agree with those who believe that some are just not inclined to verify what they write on internet forum threads. It can make one speak in all caps. There is no excuse for (a) not informing yourself or (b) keeping quiet.

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                • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                  Except that she’s done this to many people, and she has been proven wrong on more than one occasion. PERIOD.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          sorry, but that’s the kind of “fake news” that discredits the positive efforts of people here–this was bandied about and debunked at least 24 hours ago and wasn’t very believable when the erroneous information was first floated. Hopefully being emphatic about the truth will have the desired effect of stopping such unproductive BS. I’m sure there’s plenty of true stuff about the Podestas that should be outed–there’s no need to invent false BS.

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          Is there some kind of personal thing going on here? A few days ago, you jumped on a post that was not directed at you in the slightest, as if I had directly addressed you, with a very vehement and nasty reply. You then did the same to another post that was a short reply to someone else, as if directed at you.

          Now this.

          Please just skip my posts if they offend you. Really, not sure WHY they offend you, but whatever.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Too many cups of coffee, too much sugar, or not enough billy goats crossing the bridge for Keebler, would be my guesses. Recommend ignoring, as the thread shows you’re right, Sandra-VA.

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            Just help counter the news without the drama. Yelling in big caps and put downs of others offensive. It distracts immensely. Stay calm. What makes things seem loopy and conspiratorial is when people yell out stuff as if they know better. You don’t know for a fact, anything. You don’t hold a monopoly on truth and I counter your put downs because it is a tactic used by Alinskyers. No, I won’t ignore them because you’ve countered things which were in fact correct. I remember you shouting about Charlottesville. The meme was that Heather rolled off the car wearing a green shirt and died. She didn’t. No one had real proof that the green shirt was Heather. You don’t have real proof that Rousse is some other guy. You really don’t. I don’t believe it’s the son in law, but the only proof you have are photos from the internet. What I’m saying is, you don’t need to shout because no one knows the truth. Only God and god willing, if he can help us with evidence to see clear.

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            • Ziiggii says:

              tread carefully Keebler

              (fare warning – you may get whacked in the back of the head)

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            • Sandra-VA says:

              Good grief.

              Who appointed you as keeper of facts and arbiter of who can post what?

              You believe what you want about the death of Heather. I saw with my own eyes what happened, I saw her dead body on the ground, but apparently, according to you, I am not allowed to say what I saw. Now, according to you, I am not allowed to debunk misinformation in this tragedy either.

              Move on and leave me alone.

              Thank you.

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            • much truth in here.

              I always notice how people react when any criticism is leveled at the Israeli elite which doesn’t align with someones belief system on Israel as a ‘whole’. Its like, oh america first, except when it comes to the interests of the Israeli eilte, then its Israel before America.

              Our enemies use our belief system against us and that should be obvious. Its particularly annoying when you can’t have a conversation without being labeled and yelled at, as that is precisely what the left does.

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            • Kaco says:

              I haven’t been able to keep up with the Vegas thread, although highly interested and concerned. It’s a time factor. But the OP asked nicely, I understand people are getting impatient but why not give someone the benefit of the doubt first, he did not make a claim or asked rudely.

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              • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                Me neither, my computer is slow which is part of the problem so I don’t read every thread, so this is the first time I heard about Rousse.

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                • Kaco says:

                  I really want to keep up, I have the Holy Cow thread up now but I don’t know if I can read through thousands of comments in it. I try to glean what I can and I don’t know if any new developments or insights have surfaced. What I mean by developments, is outside the official investigation.

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                • oldmossback says:

                  Enough aleady……..I have forgotten the main theme of SD’s post……geeze folks…put a sock in it!

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                • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                  Spoken like another rudester who feels a need to be rude if nothing else.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        There’ve been a bunch of wild conspiracy theories floating around. It does get frustrating after awhile.

        i was about to go off on some of them yesterday.

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      • daughnworks247 says:

        Meagan Rouse, Podesta’s daughter, is married to GORDAN Rouse, and they live in California.
        Aaron Rouse is the head of FBI investigation in Vegas.

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        • JimmyJack says:

          So not the same? I am seeing conflicting reports here. If anyone has a clear link to verify this I’d appreciate it.

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            The whole DNC and media cabal are incestuous with appointments made based on populating deep state with family or links who are willing to work together so it’s a great big mess trying to sort out the relatons. Rousse might not be the son in law, but maybe he’s a cousin, third removed. He’s Federal Bureau of Investigation, former property of the Obama admin and ladder down from Comey the former director. I wouldn’t discount so quickly but evidently I can tell you I saw a photo of Podesta’s son in law and he looks nothing like the LV FBI. On its own, it still means zero because it’s the internet.

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          • Maggiemoowho says:

            Here is Mary Podestas Obituary, John Podestas mother. Megan Rouse is married to Gordon Rouse. They don’t even look alike if you look them up, not even close.

            PODESTA
            MARY K. PODESTA
            On March 9, 2007, of Washington, DC, and Chicago, IL. Beloved wife of the late John D. Podesta, Sr.; beloved mother of Tony and his wife, Heather and John and his wife, Mary; beloved grandmother of Megan Rouse and her husband, Gordon, and Mae and Gabe Podesta; great-grandmother of Maribel and Gabriel Rouse. Also survived by her sister, Evelyn Carres and her husband, Spiro of Winchester, VA. Friends may call on Sunday, March 11 from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. at JOSEPH GAWLERS SONS, 5130 Wisconsin Ave., NW. Funeral services will be held on Monday, March 12 at 1 p.m. at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 36th and O Sts., NW. Interment will take place in Chicago, IL. In lieu of flowers or memorial donations, Mary asks that you spend time with your family which mattered to her most.

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    • Daniel says:

      No, but it certainly looks like Chelsea Clinton’s father…

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    • BabyBoomer says:

      It is my understanding that she is not John Podesta’s daughter but rather the daughter of Brian Podesta who is John’s brother. That makes her John Podesta’s niece. She is indeed married to Aaron Rouse. In all my research during last year, Brian Podesta is just as devious and diabolical as his brother John…IOW, two peas in a pod. Anyone?

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      • JimmyJack says:

        Thank you. Asked for verification of this yesterday. It seemed almost too convenient of a link.

        Good God, we are surrounded by evil.

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      • daughnworks247 says:

        No, Meagan is married to Gordan Rouse of California.

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        • G. Combs says:

          From the Ron Paul forum: John Podesta – Pete Rouse connection

          No Idea how true.

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          • maggiemoowho says:

            Not sure who writes that stuff, but they are fiction writers. Fake news.

            Liked by 1 person

            • keebler AC ovfefe says:

              The link you automatically call fake news without reading? is trying to determine if there is a link to the LV FBI. No one said it was conclusive. And yes, Pete Rouse served as Counselor to President Barack Obama from 2011-2014 and earlier was White House Chief of Staff.

              https://www.perkinscoie.com/en/professionals/pete-rouse.html

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              • maggiemoowho says:

                The question was asked under another post talking about Megan Rouse and her husband Gordon. A little research would prove that the fake BS about Megan Rouse is wrong and trying to add family members to make a story fit is irresponsible. People can share the same name and not be related, it is possible. Did the person take the time to look up the family history of Pete Rouse? wait I can answer that, No they didn’t. So why say there is a connection or hint to one without knowing for sure. Megan is married to Gordon, what is so hard about that, there is nothing to question about that fact. Not sure why that is so hard for people to understand.

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                • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                  Did the person take the time to look up the family history of Pete Rouse? wait I can answer that, No they didn’t. <—– Then you didn't read the link and your answer is fake news. It's inconclusive right now pending more investigation.

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                • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                  Clarification: The link is discussing a possible Rouse connection to LV FBI through Pete Rouse not Podesta. If you read it, you’d know!

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              • maggiemoowho says:

                Wow, Keebs who pissed in your wheaties tonight. The person who wrote that post in the original link didn’t even know if Pete Rouse was married or not, which means the person did not research Pete Rouse’s family history, that is not fake news, that is a fact. No one is disputing Pete Rouse worked for Obama, it’s the family assumptions that are irresponsible.

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              • maggiemoowho says:

                That’s right Keebie, I didn’t read the post, I used my super duper mind reading abilities to know what was in that post. 🙄

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          • tom f says:

            Pete Rose should be in the hall of Fame.

            Liked by 1 person

      • maggiemoowho says:

        John Podesta does not have a brother named Brian, and Megan is John’s daughter, she is married to Gordon Rouse.

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  4. Pat J Dooley says:

    The Ads at the top of your page keep scrolling the page back to the top. We are using Chrome. Danged annoying.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Abbott Rock Monastery says:

    Every day, more and more, I see why God put President Trump in office. Thank you Jesus.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. RAC says:

    Security guy just walked in without knocking.
    Strange that Paddock with all his meticulous planning didn’t think to secure the entrance doors to his rooms, taking into account other people had pass keys.
    He had a battery drill, it would have been the matter of only a few minutes to rive some thick woodscrews into the crack between the door and its casing, for a single door in the side opposite the hinges and for double door top and bottom near the centre.
    So was he leaving them easy to open for any particular reason?

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    • asawasa says:

      if you barricade yourself in then it makes it impossible for yourself or anyone else to escape.

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      • RAC says:

        That’s the point I’m making. Barricading himself in would seem the obvious choice for him to carry out his terrible act with least chance of being hindered. So why did he choose not to, for instance could he have been expecting a caller or hoping to leave quickly.

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    • emet says:

      Well, perhaps security guy knocked, no answer, used his own access card to enter. Mandalay will have a record.

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    • pcmoreland says:

      The door was ajar next to the door to the stairwell that was propped open that he was sent to close. Heard drilling so pushed the door open. Nothing odd about it and he (Paddock) had no reason to believe any security person would be anywhere near his door. Nothing odd.

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    • CommonSenseConservativeFL says:

      I posted on this yesterday on a different thread. All the suite doors have self closing mechanisms (verifiable by virtual tours on MB website) which means it was a meticulous and intentional act to leave the door ajar. Some mechanisms are strong enough it will close all the way even if you slowly close the door and requires a physical object to block the door open. He wanted that door ajar, question is why…given what he was up to. Expecting someone maybe?

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      • CommonSenseConservativeFL says:

        And I will posit a rebuttal to my own post, just to nip it in the bud. The self-closing mechanism malfunctioned and he (Paddock) thought the door was closing on its own so didn’t pay attention. It stopped short and what could have been much worse was mitigated by a faulty spring, or divine intervention.

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        • WSB says:

          Thank you for stating what I have been trying to do for two days now. I was the one who posted the virtual tour snapshot of the double door INSIDE the suite. NO doors leading into the corridor of a hotel can be ‘ajar’ without premeditation, using the latch or an object. Just doesn’t happen.

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            HMM.
            And a meticulous person carrying out a dangerous plot would be even more meticulous and close the door shut behind him.
            I’m starting to think Campos confabulated the door ajar as an excuse to say he entered without knocking, therefore he “witnessed” Paddock alive, leading us to stay with the Paddock as lone shooter narrative. I was actually starting to believe Campos.

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            • keebler AC ovfefe says:

              Sorry, I meant he would make sure the door snapped shut behind him properly and LOCK IT. So, AGREE, it isn’t likely it was left ajar!!

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            • WSB says:

              Correct. There is something amiss about this scene. There is a team of staff who have universal keycards.

              I suspect that Campos had one. We just do not know the chain of events. But you may be right.

              Hearing reports tonight that Campos called in the shooting prior to shots being fired. Please forgive me. I am not able to link yet.

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  7. John Doe says:

    These are just my OPINIONS. Gut feelings. No links or verifications:
    1. I think CEO James Murren is in this up to his eyeballs.
    2. I think security officer vs maitenance man is a red herring.
    3. I think Sheriff Lombardo’s whole demeanor and story changed after POTUS visit.
    4. I think Stephen Paddock was a patsy and never fired a shot, including at himself.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      “These are just my OPINIONS. Gut feelings. No links or verifications:”

      I’ll be SD from yesterday since we continue to have a comprehension issue on going….

      then don’t share those opinions UNTIL you have links or verification! Otherwise, you are weaving a story, for what? Just more disinfo – rabbit holes, that do nothing to get to the actual truth.

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      • John Doe says:

        Really? Are those the rules? Only facts can be posted here? Funny, I thought it was a discussion site. Isn’t bullying people supposed to be NOT what we do?

        Liked by 1 person

        • brucefdb says:

          Don’t be bothered, John, by people that are overly impressed with themselves.

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          • jeans2nd says:

            bruce, people who are “overly impressed with themselves” on this site would not include Ziiggii, who actually is very good at what he does. Is a durn shame you have not noticed.

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      • Daniel says:

        I think people like to make predictions to see if they are later proven correct. It’s cheaper than a lottery ticket with all the same rewards of not buying one.

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      • but posting a link to a fake news site does not = verification. Im all for well thought out critical analysis where people clearly communicate their thoughts and back them up with a cogent and valid argument to support a view.

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      • G. Combs says:

        No, It is often an informed impression left from a lot of reading of conflicting information over more than a week.

        It is tough to give links to the entire line of thought sometimes. I get kicked often because I DO post links to my line of thought sometimes.

        Right now I have 24 pages of notes and a dozen tabs open.

        And yes, I have pretty much the same ‘impression’

        Do you REALLY want those 24 pages of notes?

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        • G. Combs says:

          I also agree with Wolfmoon.

          When we stumble close to the truth the Disinformation is immediately manufactured to refute our theories. Never forget that the questions asked of Hillary were SCRIPTED and so were her answers.

          Jose Campos is being kept completely away from the media. Instead the maintenance man, a smooth talker, who gives a good interview is trotted out….

          And the story suddenly changes from the heroic Security Guard and a maintenance man, he did not allow to enter the floor to a maintenance man who called ENGINEERING to report the shooting OF THE SECURITY GUARD BEFORE THE MAIN EVENT!

          No wonder Mandalay Bay wants to refute the new story! They just got tossed to the wolves.

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        • keebler AC ovfefe says:

          1. I think CEO James Murren is in this up to his eyeballs. SELLING OF SHARES. OBOT. GOOD PROBABILITY
          2. I think security officer vs maitenance man is a red herring. HINKY CONFLICTING WITNESS WITH CHANGING TESTIMONY. GOOD PROBABILITY
          3. I think Sheriff Lombardo’s whole demeanor and story changed after POTUS visit. CANNOT COMMENT SINCE I HAVEN’T PAID ATTENTION BUT YOU COULD BE RIGHT
          4. I think Stephen Paddock was a patsy and never fired a shot, including at himself. NO MOTIVE FOUND AMONG LAPTOP AND OTHER PERSONAL ITEMS. GOOD PROBABILITY

          Based on my own research too.

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          • John Doe says:

            Thanks, Keebler. I have been reading and researching myriad sources, and those 4 hypothoses were based on all of it. Arguing over times and whether it was the security guy or the maintenance man is irrelevant. Did Paddock work alone, was he the patsy or was this a sting operation are the questions that really need to be answered.

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          • Sunshine says:

            Agree on everything.

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    • CoffeeBreak says:

      re: Sheriff Lombardo.

      To me, he seemed highly uncomfortable at every one of these media events.

      Even if someone is not good at speaking to the media, there wouldn’t be that open hostility. Allowances made, certainly, for the circumstances under which the presser was held and for the yapping media personell.

      I don’t believe it’s solely a matter of not liking his job at the moment but moreso that he is completely aware that he’s spewing utter lies to the public.

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      • G. Combs says:

        The hovering Rouse, nodding when he gives a critical point is to me a dead giveaway as to who is in control. Sheriff Lombardo is obviously not happy about the FBI Big Foot squarely on his throat.

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    • singingsoul says:

      John Doe says:
      These are just my OPINIONS. Gut feelings. No links or verifications:
      1. I think CEO James Murren is in this up to his eyeballs.
      2. I think security officer vs maitenance man is a red herring.
      3. I think Sheriff Lombardo’s whole demeanor and story changed after POTUS visit.
      4. I think Stephen Paddock was a patsy and never fired a shot, including at himself.
      ______________________________
      Bingo

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    • I agree. The most well constructed arguments I’ve seen on Vegas tend to align with this. Another way to frame it is to say.

      1) Insiders assisted in carrying out whatever happened
      2) the narrative continues to change, without mentioning any activity outside the activities on the 32nd floor, which indicates narrative changing is to get people to focus on the aspects of the story that are empty holes.
      3) Lambordo, Eric Paddock and Aaron Rouse have all displayed behaviors that fit the profile of people who are lying
      4) Stephen Paddock could not have carried out this attack on his own, therefore its uncertain as to the true roll Stephen played in the attack.
      5) Stephen fits the profile of a careered clandestine operator and/or organized crime operator extremely well.
      6) A tremendous amount of historical evidence exists that shows the ‘deep state’ or whatever you want to call it has utilized organized crime or terrorists as a way to accomplish their own objectives that often run counter to the interests of the American public.

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      • Rurik says:

        Don’t forget Paddock’s airplanes. Here is a reference I found over at http://woodpilereport.com/html/index-499.htm
        >>What happened to Paddock’s airplanes? Here’s one of ’em. The current owner, according to the FlightAware data , is in Roanoke Virginia. The data references a company with a mission statement that includes, “… helping address the future challenges for the nation’s defense and intelligence communities”, claiming particular skill in “inter-agency intelligence coordination”<<
        https://flightaware.com/resources/registration/N5343M
        http://www.volant-associates.com/
        This would seem to support your point 5).
        And if A. Rouse is Comey's man, remember that Comey was involved with the Fast and Furious episode.

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        • G. Combs says:

          Sorry, there are TWO companies named Volant in Virginia:
          The plane was sold to John Rogers who transferred it to VOLANT LLC ROANOKE VA two houses on the same street. (Rogers owns all of it.)

          VOLANT ASSOCIATES LLC is at 15049 Conference Center Dr, Suite 230, Chantilly, VA 20151

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    • Truthfilter says:

      I agree on #4. I have my reasons but I don’t want to explain them here.

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  8. Honest Abbey says:

    Las Vegas gunman’s girlfriend added to travel watch list

    Excerpt:

    The companion of the Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock, has been put on a U.S. government watch list as the FBI continues to press her for information about the worst mass shooting in modern American history, federal law enforcement officials told ABC News.

    Marilou Danley has been designated a Transportation Security Administration selectee, meaning authorities will be notified if she attempts to board any commercial flight.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/officials-las-vegas-gunmans-girlfriend-added-travel-watch/story?id=50405805

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  9. Nunya Bidness says:

    When cognitive dissonance and passive writing collide: Paddock fired out of the Mandalay Bay to warn people at the concert to take cover from the dangerous unregulated firearms that were attacking them. Sadly, while many did heed the warning, others were unfortunate to intersect the paths of the bullets. Angered over the casualites and loss of life caused by the unsafe guns, Paddock was shot by one of them before the police arrived.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Lurv ya screen name!

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    • keebler AC ovfefe says:

      A lot of people are quick to discount Laura Loomer but she’s the only one of a few at location digging through information like a true journalist. She found the receipts that showed 2 for meals ordered. I’m listening to this interview and don’t find that she actually is very out on a limb as suggested by some. Have a listen if you want. She does state that some shells were found at the concert site. What this means is anyone’s guess now. Quantity of spent shells is an unknown since she doesn’t state.

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      • LULU says:

        The problem with that is that no one in the kitchen knows how many persons are being served. There could have been an assumption that two entrees meant two diners. The night before, he ate two separate dinners. By himself.

        Sentence one is based upon years in the hotel business. Unless the orderer specifies they have no idea how many persons will be dining. But two entrees could cause them to send covers for two.

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  10. Pam says:

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  11. MaineCoon says:

    I agree. This is a perfect example of a bona fide challenge of NBC’s license is in order as this event is a national security event, FBI is in charge of the investigation.

    I hope PT45 instigates a challenge of the NBC license.

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  12. anthohmy says:

    Is there a point in the dispatch recording early on where the dispatcher says, “We have a call from the Mandalay Bay of an active shooter on the 32nd floor?”

    And the timeline Sheriff Lombardo choked on had a 5 minute gap between guard being shot and the main event starting.

    The Maintenance fella seems to have left Mr. Compos alone on the floor when he went down to shut down the elevator. Why didn’t Compos get downstairs and get medical attention?

    Mr. Compos had a room key so he could have called his own ambulance, no?

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Another small thing that bugs me..at no time in this account does he make reference to Campos in pain, moaning or in any way indicate that not only was Campos shot..omg it was scary or afraid that Campos could die. That seems totally weird to me. Maybe men react differently or something?

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    • oldiadguy says:

      All excellent questions.

      I’m interested in exactly what time Mandalay security called the LVPD. I suspect this is an issue of contention between some interested parties (LVPD & HS) and the reason for much of the confusion. First we have to assume that all the different sources, that times are determined from are in fact in sync. It they are not, then it throws the time line off until someone ascertains this and then compensates for the differences.

      If the hotel security had called almost immediately after being informed of the incident by Campos, then that call should have gone out prior to the shooting rampage and an all points alert would ave been broadcast and damn near every car in the area would have responded. In addition, those officers across the street at the concert would have been aware of the threat and could have taken steps to alert the crowd and possibly reduce casualties.

      If however, the hotel security delayed in calling the LVPD, then their call could have gotten lost in the blizzard of calls coming in after the shooter started his rampage.

      If the hotel security had been alerted as reported, then I have these questions.

      Why didn’t HS send armed guards and any LVPD present to the 32 floor to come to the aid of Campos?

      Why didn’t HS have someone, possibly an unarmed guard with a radio, respond to the lobby to meet the responding LVPD officers and assist them in getting to the 32nd floor in an expeditious manner?

      Does the Mandalay Hotel have cameras covering the hallway on 32nd floor and could they monitor the events live from the security office?

      Did the HS keep in touch with Campos between the time Campos was initially fired on till the time Campos was met by LVPD officers?

      Did Campos inform HS that he had been wounded?

      Did HS call 911 and request an ambulance for their wounded employee?

      Did HS maintained contact with Campos, and if so, did Campos provide HS with a live up date of what was occurring on the 32nd floor?

      If so, was this information relayed to the responding LVPD officers?

      Was Campos given any instructions by HS and if so what were those instructions?

      It has been reported that the maintenance man shut down the elevator, why did he shut done the elevator, from where did he shut it down, and did he do it on his own initiative or was he following someone’s instructions?

      So far all I have read is a comment from a hotel spokesperson is that the hotel disagrees with the LVPD timeline. If the hotel believes the LVPD’s timeline is in correct, then it is incumbent on the hotel to provide information showing the LVPD is wrong. While they are at it, they might answer some of the questions I posed.

      While the LVPD and the FBI have made some misstatements, I suspect that some of the confusion is coming from the Mandalay hotel and the players within that organization.

      Take Care and Stay Safe

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      • MM says:

        Oldiadguy there’s tweets reporting Campos is being guarded by private security firm.
        Some speculate so he can’t talk to media.
        His story is evolving so who’s best interest would it serve to keep him away from media.
        My guess Mandalay Bay.

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        • oldiadguy says:

          Interesting. Who is tweeting the information? If the Feds were interested in protecting him or keeping him away from the media, they would undertaken the task themselves. A private security firm could indicate the Mandalay Bay or it’s parent company.

          Also, if the Feds were involved as some believe, they have the means to conceal his internet profile making it difficult for some one to locate him. I did a quick search and found him within five minutes. If the Feds were involved, I shouldn’t have been able to locate hims so quickly, if at all.

          It is still my suspicion that much of what we are seeing and not seeing in the media is a money issue. I believe the hotel/casino industry is trying to protect themselves, just not sure from what.

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      • patches1600 says:

        Old iAd guy…. I’ve missed your posting….you used to post regularly… I have lurked here for 3 years and have my favorites posters, and you were one I always thought was great… please continue

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        • oldiadguy says:

          TY, I try but family needs often prevent me from posting more.

          Take Care and Stay Safe

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          • Curry Worsham says:

            I think you favor the police work threads (as opposed to the political).
            Great questions!
            You’re right about the money, IMHO. Potential massive lawsuits. Delaying the call to LVPD means MB has blood on their hands. Especially considering the 51 off duty LVPD at the concert could have used the PA and begun evacuating everyone away from the hotel.

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      • Vintage66 says:

        I live in STL also Oladladguy. I always enjoyed your posts during the Ferguson Events
        Watch out for those protestors!

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  13. rumpole2 says:

    CLEAN UP – Attempted by NBC at YT
    But…. they missed a bit 😎

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  14. Molly Pitcher says:

    I’m somewhat new here and truly not sure what is allowed and what is considered mis-info.
    I have a link to a reputable site that claims Sheriff Lombardo isn’t telling the truth ” according to a high-ranking insider from the Clark County District Attorney’s Office.”

    Is that too vague and considered too unsubstantiated to link?

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    • Ziiggii says:

      link it and let’s see!

      The point is to include a link so everyone can go and verify what is being claimed. Sorry, if anything I stated up above confused you in this matter. The job of the moderators is for the moderators to do and I shouldn’t have stepped in; I know better.

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        • It is beyond obvious there were multiple shooters and that this guy did not just ‘snap’. Thanks for the link.

          I found this interesting, considering certain factions in the US allied w/ Israel, KSA and Turkey created and armed ISIS and the clear links between certain factions of the MSM, FBI, CIA, MOSSAD and ISIS – its as if they are telling us what really happened under the guise of ‘what if’

          http://www.newsweek.com/if-isis-behind-las-vegas-shooting-terrifying-reason-prove-yet-681166

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          • Not an inclusive list btw, i should have included Qatar and certain groups w/in the EU countries that facilitated the creation of ISIS as the weapon of choice for the Syria campaign w/out the American publics approval of war.

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            • Molly Pitcher says:

              This probably won’t come out right but…the ever increasingly violent and fanatical anti-American groups with their apparently endless funding seem to have taken on isis as part of their coalition. Could this have been some toxic morphing of isis and homegrown anti-American, anti-Trump event? If isis is named..no big deal..to be expected however if antifa or any of the countless resist orgs were named..bammo, they’re done.

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              • I think there is a clear alliance between the globalists and Islam. Islam is a political cult that is very well adapted to the ideals of those who want to create a technocratic corportocracy. They view us as ‘Hitler’ and they view themselves as an alliance similar to communism and capitalism against fascism…

                ^a very rudimentary outline at least. Obviously its anything but accurate and is a result of marxist brainwashing.

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          • Me says:

            Your comment doesn’t match the article in the link.

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        • jakeandcrew says:

          Wow – thanks, Molly!
          FTA –
          According to the Las Vegas source, Rouse’s FBI has discounted most of the intelligence and evidence found by investigators outside the bureau, including LVMPD as well as solid evidence pinpointed by investigators working with the county DA’s office.

          Some of this evidence deals with forensic proof that a second shooter may have opened fire on the concert goers, the law enforcement source said.

          Paddock, the DA insider said, was firing rounds from approximately 400 yards away from the concert from the 32nd floor on Mandalay Bay. The law enforcement source said investigators turned over proof to the FBI that a second shooter was firing from inside a perimeter of approximately 215 yards.

          Isn’t that what the natural foods guy said?

          Not only was that intelligence never shared with the public, the investigative leads garnered by Vegas-linked personnel have not been pursued by over 100 FBI agents working the Las Vegas investigation.

          The DA insider did not say there is definitively a second shooter but there is very strong evidence which points to that and it has been ignored by the FBI. Certain forensics, the source said, “don’t lie.”

          “To my knowledge, the FBI never searched the perimeter for (shell) casings or examined video from the limited number of businesses in that 200 to 235 yard area they were provided on a silver platter,” the sources said. “What you’re seeing instead is very political. This city will change forever because of this and the sheriff is playing politics.

          Sheriff Lombardo, yesterday — “Right now, I’m comfortable saying, we don’t think there was a second shooter.”

          https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/the-strip/sheriff-shares-new-details-about-las-vegas-shooting-investigation/

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        • nimrodman says:

          Meh

          First off, that Truepundit story is misleading right off the bat at the headline. It’s not the “DA’s Office” making that statement on the record – you know, as the DA’s Office …

          … it’s a “DA Insider” speaking off the record,
          … aka yet another anonymous source.

          Second, the much-lauded “forensic analysis” sounds like the Natural Foods guy’s acoustic analysis. I’d bet that FBI acoustic experts are attempting to analyze that same audio themselves to see if they come to the same conclusions.

          Third, the “DA Insider” makes a big deal out of: “To my knowledge, the FBI never searched the perimeter for (shell) casings or examined video from the limited number of businesses in that 200 to 235 yard area they were provided on a silver platter”

          What’s preventing those “local investigators, as well as retired law enforcement officers who have volunteered their expertise” from searching that area for shell casings? Or even LVPD?

          Admittedly, those ad-hoc “local investigators” can’t compel business videotapes, but I doubt there’s anything preventing them from shuffling around in the suspect area to look for shell casings.

          Perhaps LVPD can seek business videotapes. Perhaps not if FBI has primacy on the investigation and waves them off. But we don’t know if LVPD has sought either the videotapes or FBI’s permission to seek same if required.

          When the DA stages an official press conference and calls FBI obstructionist in public, I’ll be inclined to pay more attention.

          Until then, this Truepundit story reads like much of the internet speculation that goes around. If there’s meat to this, I’d expect the DA and LVPD to band together to force FBI’s hand if they feel strongly enough about it.

          Just sayin’
          YMMV

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          • jakeandcrew says:

            But isn’t it unrealistic to expect the PTB to do something like that? To actually call out injustice, corruption, and lying? That’s the whole problem – we can’t trust the government organizations anymore. But we know that within those organizations are many “good guys” – the “white hats”.

            They have to get the truth out somehow, and they have to protect themselves, as well. Sometimes, I just don’t understand why anonymous sources should not be considered.

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          • 4sure says:

            “When the DA stages an official press conference and calls FBI obstructionist in public, I’ll be inclined to pay more attention.”

            This will NEVER EVER happen. The DA in any jurisdiction is NEVER going to go public against a law enforcement agency it MUST have to work with on a regular basis. The DA cannot exist or function w/o law enforcement. One of them NEVER goes public on the other. They can and do “leak” info, however.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        WOLF!!!!! take a look at this!

        Paddock, the DA insider said, was firing rounds from approximately 400 yards away from the concert from the 32nd floor on Mandalay Bay. The law enforcement source said investigators turned over proof to the FBI that a second shooter was firing from inside a perimeter of approximately 215 yards.

        The DA insider did not say there is definitively a second shooter but there is very strong evidence which points to that and it has been ignored by the FBI. Certain forensics, the source said, “don’t lie.”

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  15. keeler says:

    Big takeaway from this video is that Schuck knew he was responding to a “stuck door.”

    This means that someone- almost certainly Campos- had not only responded to the alarm, but had taken time to discover and call in a stuck door. Logically, this would have taken a few minutes, and that Campos was on scene for several minutes. This begs questions such as “When did Campos notice the ‘ajar’ door and when did he decided to react to it?”

    -Schuck discovered Campos already taking cover. This means there were at least 3 bursts of gunfire inside the hotel 1) The initial one which drove Campos into cover and prompted him to warn Schuck 2) the one which greeted Schuck after this warning 3) and the one(s) which followed after Campos and Schuck united.

    -Schuck- and not Campos- says he was the one who radioed in the shooting and this came after the third(?) burst. This sets back the time at which the hotel and LEOs could have learned of the 3nd floor shooting, perhaps by a couple minutes. Did Campos lose his radio? Did he not have enough time to react between the initial burst, being wounded, and having to warn Schuck?

    There’s more to parse through here. Notably, Schuck says that neither he nor Campos “ever” saw the “door” open? The main suite door(s)? The door that Campos said was “ajar” or the adjacent suite door? If the former, that conflicts with the officially released information.

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    • bflyjesusgrl says:

      Keeler, you’re on the right track. Here’s what I was working on.

      After hearing this interview and audio of the maintenance worker, I have a new theory.

      Monday night, Lombardo changed the story by saying Campos was shot at 9:59 and all hell has broken loose. The cops have changed the story, the hotel disputes it, what was Campos and the maintenance worker doing for 18 minutes til the cops arrived, were they in on it, yada, yada, yada.

      I think both the cops and the hotel are correct – Campos was there before, during, and after.
      Campos goes to check stairwell open door alarm (set off by Paddock drilling screws into it), finds it won’t open & radios maintenance. Then he hears Paddock drilling, looks in his open room door, Paddock sees/hears him & grabs rifle and empties a clip down the hall. Campos runs, takes a shot to the leg, and ducks into an alcove for cover. Paddock, pissed at the interruption & now having to accelerate his plan breaks windows and starts shooting at the concert people. He goes through a few mags/guns on the crowd and then it’s time to switch back to the hall. After all, Campos is surely to have called re-enforcements. Meanwhile out in the hall, Schuck from maintenance arrives and is 1/3 down the hall when Paddock starts shooting again, he sees Campos with gunshot, who tells him to take cover. Paddock empties clip in the hall, then goes back to the window. When firing stops, Campos & Schuck make their way to elevator. Paddock’s firing into the hall wasn’t all at once, then done, it played out for a while. This also helps to explain some of the shots we’ve heard in the various videos. The high pitch shots were heard when shooter was at the window. The lower pitch shots were from deeper inside the room when he was shooting down the hall. Listen to cab driver video.

      So, now I want to know if and/or when did Campos alert his security base. Because clearly from the audio, when Schuck was alerting his maintenance base (not sure if it was by phone or walkie talkie-like radio), the woman said “Security wants to know if you know a room?”. So that means security didn’t know the room number. Did Campos not know or not tell security? Was he in shock did his comms fail? How many clips did Campos wait out? Also what time did Schuck place his call? That will help us with timeline.

      Then we still have the matter of those 2 pesky single shots at the end. We know one shot went into Paddock’s mouth. Did he test fire the pistol 1st to ensure it would fire, stop and think about how he had no way out, before finally boarding the last train descending into the eternal lake of fire?? Hopefully ballistics will answer.

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      • JimmyJack says:

        It is unreasonable to believe he would shoot at Campos over 200 times and hit him with one bullet in the leg, not kill him, and then commence with the attack. He could have easily run him down and put one in him close range.

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        • keeler says:

          Let’s try to make it reasonable. “200 shots” was not one period of shooting, but several.

          1)
          -The shooter, surprised by Campos, fires blindly at him.
          -Campos runs for cover, is hit in the leg (which would be the last thing to receive cover if he was running for a recessed door frame.
          -With no other targets in the hallway, the shooter stops firing, empties his magazine, or experiences a jam (remember the firearm photographed behind the bar and near the double doors?)

          2)
          -Schuck arrives, presenting himself as a target.
          -Shooter fires at Schuck.
          -Schuck is nearly hit, but gets into cover thanks to Campos’ warning.
          -With no other targets, shooter stops firing, empties his magazine, or experiences a jam.

          3) Additional firing begins once Campos and Schuck begin moving towards the elevators, but become more difficult due to a) the shooter being behind closed doors and b) the increasing distance between the shooter and the two employees.

          Speculative yes, but also plausible.

          “200 shots” is also unlikely to be an accurate number. I doubt Campos was counting himself, nor is this an official shell count. “200” might just mean “a lot” in context.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Largest mag seen in pix has been ID’d as 100 rd. So “200 rds” would require 2 of those mags.

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          • Joshua2415 says:

            I’ll buy all that. Thanks Keeler.

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          • bflyjesusgrl says:

            Agreed, I’ve always thought 200 was an estimate by the Sheriff. If we knew the number of mags X number of shells/mag we’ll have a more accurate number.

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          • Guffman says:

            You’re missing details;

            1) According to authorities latest account, Campos heard drilling and looked in the already slighty open door. If he heard drilling, that means Paddock had a drill in his hand, not a gun. Surprised by Campos, he had to drop the drill and grab a long gun, aim and start firing. In those few seconds Campos would be turned and running for his life down the hallway. So how does he get shot in the front right thigh while running away? LVPD’s first story was that he was approaching the suite door when gunfire came through and struck his right upper thigh.

            2) Shooter didn’t start by firing at Schuck in the hallway. Schmuck said he First only heard gunfire in a room but it wasn’t coming through the door (therefore he heard shooter firing at concert crowd first). Campos then poked his head out from a recessed doorway and yelled for Schuck to take cover. While he turned to get into a recessed doorway himself is when the gunfire then started coming through the suite door and down the hallway. Then all goes quiet again.

            3) Wasn’t the 200 rounds down the hallway figure from the police?

            And why is no one allowed to see or speak to Campos since the event?

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      • mimi says:

        Makes sense. I am confused about Paddock exposing himself in the hallway to take the time to drill into the fire exit door. Guess we can assume there are not hallway cameras. And drilling into an alarmed door doesn’t seem to fit the evil genius theory

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        • keeler says:

          Look at the floor plans.

          The stairwells have two doors: one between the hallway and an alcove, and one between the alcove and the stairs themselves. This is also confirmed by a very poor-quality video on YouTube. The only relevant portion of the video ends 20 seconds in:

          To my knowledge, we don’t know which of these two doors was tampered with or which one had an alarm. But if I were trying to secretly seal one of them, I would seal the one between the stairs and the alcove. This would allow me to work with very little risk of being seen, because I would be hidden in the alcove the entire time- and would allow me to go out the hallway-side door and directly back to my suite.

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        • keeler says:

          Additionally, the shooter may not have realized there was a door alarm.

          It was not a fire alarm. Note that no one makes references to flashing lights or alarm noises. Nor is there a fire alarm making noise in the released Schuck audio. And if it were a fire alarm, this would have triggered a larger response than a unarmed guard and a maintenance employee.

          Most likely, it was a silent alarm which gave off no external signs of being triggered and may not have been obviously present. These alarms probably get set off on a routine basis- hence the response of an unarmed guard- and turn out to be people messing around in the stairwell (as above).

          So there is a strong possibility he was not aware of this alarm’s existence.

          I’ve been looking for more information- videos, pictures, detailed floor plans- about these doors and their alarms as well- because I also asked that question. But unfortunately, all I can find is the above video which, in addition to being poor quality, dates to about 2010 and thus prior to subsequent renovations.

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        • bflyjesusgrl says:

          I’ve thought about that. The cops in the stairwell (SWAT & K-9) said shooter screwed the stairwell door shut. They saw the screws. They had to use a lug wrench to pry it open. Campos said door was stuck, wouldn’t open, didn’t know/say why.
          I think Paddock screwed the door from inside the stairwell. He then would’ve gone up or down a stair level to take elevator back to his floor.

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      • RAC says:

        Seems to fit all the (presently) known information.

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      • Sassy says:

        I seem to remember the sheriff saying that Campos called in the shooting. ABC News says so, too: http://www.ktnv.com/news/las-vegas-shooting/mandalay-bay-security-guard-says-he-was-just-doing-his-job This story says so, too, based upon police reports: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/worker-warned-hotel-before-las-vegas-shooter-opened-fire-on-crowd/

        So if security didn’t know the room when the maintenance guy called it in, then why didn’t they? Why did the cops not even know Campos was shot until they arrived?

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  16. Ziiggii says:

    The maintenance worker caught in the initial hallway gunfire of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock said he shut off the elevators in Mandalay Bay and helped to direct police to Paddock’s room.

    Stephen Schuck said he was on a higher floor than Paddock and had come down to check a fire exit door that wouldn’t open, according to an interview Schuck gave on “The Today Show” Wednesday morning.

    https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/shootings/mandalay-bay-worker-directed-police-to-las-vegas-shooters-room/

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    • Ziiggii says:

      FTA:

      Campos had been shot in the leg. Schuck said he used his radio to tell others about the shooting. He later directed police officers to Paddock’s room, shut down the elevators and delivered a set of master keys to the police.

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      • JimmyJack says:

        So many lies Ziiggii. Who could believe this nonsense story any more?

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      • Gil says:

        Is this mr. Schuck full of Schick?
        Lying or the media spin or all of it? No police, businesses, or witnesses in agreement because the original lie is so far out of control.
        Seriously, how long can they keep up the charade with pol, reddit and others refuting their story?

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      • Let me understand this.
        Schuck used his own radio to call others about the shooting?
        Campos was already shot at this time.
        So when was the first call to police made?

        Schuck claims to be walking down the hall when he heard the shots fired.
        So that has to out the call into the police almost immediately at the time it all started, yes?

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        • Paco Loco says:

          This whole FBI story hinges on Paddock being the lone gunman. Campos, Schuck or the cops never laid eyes on Paddock outside in the hallway or in the suite before or during the machine gunning of the concert. No eye whitness can testify that Paddock was a shooter. So it’s up to forensics to identify and quantify the gun shot residue on Paddock’s body and determine if it was a self inflicted gun shot wound to the head or if he was executed. As of today, there is no evidence that’s been released that categorically confirms that Paddock was a shooter. If Paddock wasn’t the shooter than who was?

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      • Sassy says:

        Is my memory faulty or did Schuck just come out of nowhere all of a sudden? I don’t recall his name or even his existence being mentioned before the sheriff talked about him the other day. Suddenly, Schuck (but not Campos) is interviewed on NBC. He said in the interview that the keys belonged to his supervisor, who was ALSO in the hall and gave him the keys. So who’s the supervisor? Earlier, it was said that Campos is the one who helped cops clear the rooms and even gave his master key to them to use. Why are there no interviews of the people who were also checked into that floor, the ones who had to be evacuated? Did they not call 911? This story is all over the place. This article says Campos radioed in, and it also says the police engaged in an exchange of shots with Paddock. http://heavy.com/news/2017/10/jesus-campos-security-guard-las-vegas-shooting-mandalay-bay-shot-stephen-paddock-photos/

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        • G. Combs says:

          He was whipped out to serve the purpose of misleading the public. Notice what a smooth talker he is.

          NOTES: (Not in order) from the last Sheriff Presser that Sundance put up:

          Observed from short clip.
          Aaron Rouse nods after Sheriff Lombardo says minute changes in timeline.
          Door alarm went off down the hall from ?sun room? – ?suspects room?

          The longer Fox News video
          1.Cart is show. Dishes and water bottles for two. Cart has cloth over it going down almost to floor. Good for smuggling….? (Now pubic sent off to look at freight elevators instead)
          2. Door Alarm NOT on suspects door.
          3. Drilling is into wall next to door maybe for camera maybe for gun. (If going through drywall why wouldn’t you use a push drill that is quiet?) Security heard drilling. Security DID NOT KNOCK.
          4. Security Guard immediately called Security Manager. LEO did not know until met guard in hall of 32nd floor. Security Guard prevented maintenance man from entering hall.
          5. No Note, when pressed Sheriff Lombardo says doesn’t know what numbers mean.
          6. No second shooter, no contacts known for paddock, no info on cell phones/electronics given.
          Last Sheriff Lombardo complains he has noticed in public form Assumptions, statements… Actions of paddock talked about and this “Makes it difficult for us to follow leads.”
          ***************

          So the last indicates they are watching the babble on the internet. WolfMoon made the comment he noticed they actually react to what is being said.

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    • Phoenix says:

      “Maintenance said he was on higher floor”
      I understood (maybe mistakenly) that floors above 32 were Four Seasons floors operating as a completely different entity from MGM/Mandalay.

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  17. I’m begging to think this whole conversation about Vegas is just pointless. Clearly there is far more to this devastating attack than we are being told and we are not going to be told the truth, at least not from the liars leading the investigation.

    Our society is built on lies. Its like the idea the Fed pursuing policies to perserve the power structure of the elite is for ‘financial stabilty’ or ‘national security’… what a sick joke.

    Its like well we are this far down the road to hell so why should we ever turn around if its going to cause us to adjust our belief system and adapt to a new set of circumstances. Its just gross. We are being put to sleep and conquered. ugh..

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Not pointless…keep digging…there are thousands of tourists with hundreds of thousands of photos and videos…the timeline is the key to getting them to review and share the evidence!

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  18. JimmyJack says:

    I love how stupid this makes NBC look – and it times out perfectly with Trump.

    Even if it was an error on the teleprompter which is what they’ll claim, the receiver reporter should have picked up on it and questioned it. These people are morons on top of being corrupt.

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  19. Fireman says:

    For everyone calling for video… LA Times article says NO VIDEO in the hallway!

    http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-las-vegas-guard-20171010-story.html

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    • such bs… so many lies.

      If they were telling the truth they’d show as much footage as possible to back it up.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      a lot of filling in of the narrative and out right contradictions in this article:

      ** “Some police officers had already been inside the Mandalay Bay building responding to another, unrelated call when the attack happened, Roberts said.”
      ** “Roberts said the hotel dispatched its own armed security team to the 32nd floor, which arrived “right around the same time” as Las Vegas police, who officials have said arrived on the floor at 10:17 p.m.”
      ** “There are some indications that a maintenance worker appeared in the hallway outside Paddock’s door during the shooting rampage, and the gunman may have interrupted his firing at the crowd to shoot once again into the hallway, Roberts said.”
      ** “Roberts said he didn’t know precisely what time Campos called in his own shooting before the assault on the concert began, or whether the hotel immediately passed the information to police.”
      ** “He called it in before” the attack began, possibly using a hallway phone to contact hotel security, Clark County Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts told The Times in an interview. “He manually called down and he used his radio to call. … That’s what we were briefed this morning.”
      ** “There are no hotel surveillance cameras in the hotel hallway, only on the floor’s elevator banks, and the timestamps on the hotel’s communications systems have in some cases been inaccurate, hampering investigators’ ability to build an accurate timeline while they try to find a motive behind the attack, Roberts said.”

      AND to top it all off this amazing statement by the under-Sheriff:

      “Please remember this — our focus has been all along finding if there were other unknown subjects and trying to trace his steps and trying to do all these things,” Roberts said. Compiling the sequence of events in the hallway, he said, “has not been the priority for us.”

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      • MM says:

        Talking in a darn circle! How can we believe anything they have said at this point.
        The answer is we can’t.
        The call to the public to call FBI if they have any info is to try and contain the truth.
        They were worried about their story being blown up by people that were witness to the whole event.

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        • CoffeeBreak says:

          Has any Treeper been to the 32nd floor of this hotel. Because, I’m not believing this no camera in the hallway business. It’s hard to believe that insurers would not require cameras because of liars looking to stage a trip and fall to sue the hotel (or whatever).

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      • I noticed that last bit too. Clearly there ‘priority’ is not telling us what the ‘priority’ of the investigation actually is.

        Funny that all the recent narrative shifts focus on the hallway that is not a priority.

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      • MM says:

        The truth will be in the videos made by the public during the attack on concert goers not in these half baked press conferences and articles that contradict themselves. We need to look harder at real time videos and less at what THEY SAY!

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  20. rumpole2 says:

    TRYING to piece together the evidence I have been told about, and has stood the test of time (a day) .. which is reminiscent of herding kittens….

    Campos was sent to investigate an OPEN (fire exit) door.
    My guess is it was opened by Paddock as he worked on it to stop it opening. Paddock had returned to his room(s) by the time Campos arrived and Campos now found the door would not open…. and so alerted that fact and Schuck was dispatched. He found the door would not open also.
    Here it gets hazy 😎
    I assume Campos “heard drilling” (before Schuck arrived) and actually entered Paddock’s suit… but by which door? There is a separate door from side bedroom to the hall. How did Campos get back out into the hall and avoid more than a single bullet in his thigh?
    I am guessing that Campos staggered out of the side bedroom door.. seen by Schuck.. and took cover in some other door-alcove back down towards the elevators…. warning Schuck as he did that.
    Then the hail of “200+ bullets” was fired by Paddock through the main entrance door.

    https://i.imgur.com/ic5CRh9.jpg?1

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    • Regina says:

      Campos was sent to investigate an OPEN (fire exit) door
      Schuck said he went to investigate a door that would Not open? (0:40 in vid)

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      • keeler says:

        Campos responded to an alarm triggered by the shooter opening a door leading to the stairwell. In doing so, he discovered a “stuck” door. The door the shooter opened did not stay open, but opening it set off an alarm. Also note there are two doors between the hallway and the stairs.

        Campos then called in the “stuck” (tampered with) door over the radio, prompting maintenance (Schuck) to respond to the call.

        Two doors. One alarm. A routine security check turned into a routine maintenance call. Then Hell broke loose.

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        • Regina says:

          thanks, keeler –

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        • dutzie60 says:

          I’d like to ask some (maybe really dumb?) questions. Sorry I haven’t kept up with this as closely as some of you.
          Was the door to the stairs an emergency exit door? Just curious why an alarm would go off if it’s an emergency door? I realize it’s on the 32nd floor, but couldn’t someone just opt to walk down a flight or two maybe to someone’s room?
          Was Paddock trying to keep the door Open or Closed by screwing it? If he was trying to keep it shut, what was his escape plan that the Sheriff says there’s evidence of?
          Also, if he had screwed it closed why was the alarm going off?
          Okay, I’m ducking…….

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          • Guffman says:

            From what I understand, the stairway door alarm will only transmit to building security headquarters if it remains open too long. Perhaps while Paddock (or whoever) was rigging to seal it, they had to first open it to pre-drill the metal frame for screws, or something like that?
            By the time Campos got there to inspect it, it was screwed shut, so security called maintenance (Schuck) to come have a look at it.

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    • Guffman says:

      According to Schuck, he never made it to the sealed door he was called on to check. He only made it a third of the way down the hallway when he heard shots and took cover.

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  21. Publius2016 says:

    Go back to the released photos! The one with “the shooter” dead is fake; look at blood spatter; look at baby hammer. The photo released from 30 years ago with his brother is also fake; look at the grainy quality and the setting in a studio with three fake “pacmans”. The photo of “the shooter” in the club was misidentified since the beginning…It labeled the woman in the photo as his girlfriend then later was recalled…simple question: who took the photo of “the shooter” and his friends? The video of “the shooter” from 2011 shows a man beaten by life, fat, and a drunk. Once they release video of realtime nteractions, the public will have thousands of videos available. The most important is the video from last year’s Stop Trump convention at the same hotel; this one featured Obama DHS appointees and crooked Hillary supporters plotting.

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  22. Jim Rose says:

    Well, I may own one but i am certainly not a ballistics guy. Firing from a 32 floor window/windows would leave a forensic footprint or bullet print. Many bullets must have missed the intended targets completely. In dirt or mulch, etc wouldn’t the bullet make a divot in the surface showing the direction and probably the angle of the bullet. On a harder surface wood or tile the bullet would at least make a good scratch. I have not seen this on CTN but if this has been discussed i appologize.

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  23. kinthenorthwest says:

    No wonder NBC is so screwed. Look at the crazy people they have on staff.

    ‘Morning Joe’ host suggests removing Trump’s authority, cites Corker’s statements
    http://dennismichaellynch.com/morning-joe-host-suggests-removing-trump-office-cites-corkers-statements/?newsletter_uid=2764&newsletter_date=10%2F11%2F17

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  24. TreeperInTraining says:

    Ah yes…NBC. the SAME media outlet that refused to run the Weinstein story.

    They are fake by choice of omission. Imho, that’s worse. Nothing to see here. Move along.

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  25. TreeperInTraining says:

    Ah yes…NBC. the SAME media outlet that refused to run the Weinstein story.

    They are fake by choice of omission. Imho, that’s worse. Nothing to see here. Move along.

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  26. Guffman says:

    Let’s start at the top (this will be long but bear with me)… from Schuck’s statement, he came down to the 32nd floor from another wing in response to a stairwell door that would NOT OPEN. Security guard Jesus Campos was called to check that door minutes earlier because it WAS OPEN or at least not closing in a certain amount of time, which set off an alarm in the security headquarters of the hotel.

    So Schuck heading down to the 32nd floor means that Campos had already got to that stairwell door minutes before, checked the door and by then found it was screwed or bolted shut. He probably would have radio’d back back to security HQ at this point and informed them of this. This stairwell door is also inside a small vestibule-room off the hallway where I assume are the snack machines/ice etc.

    According to the latest LVPD/FBI account following further interviews with Campos… making his way out to the hallway, he noticed almost right next to him, the Suite 32135 door at least slightly ajar and heard drilling coming from within. He poked his head in which led to a confrontation with Paddock and being shot in the upper right thigh. Then he MUST have ducked into the recess of another doorway somewhere down that hallway, trying to get cover from the apparent spray of automatic fire. One would think at this point and after some quiet period (the crowd fire didn’t start for another six minutes) he would have either radio’d in the gunfire emergency or tried to get out of that hallway, moving from one door recess to the next.

    On a side note, let’s also now examine the story that Campos was shot in the upper right thigh. In the first version of the story from the police, Campos was approaching the door from the hallway after the gunman had already been firing on the crowd for some time, and the gunman then fired through the suite door striking him in the upper right thigh – in other words, in the front of his leg. In the second version of events from the police, Campos found the suite’s door at least slightly open, heard drilling coming from inside, investigated it, and we can assume if he heard drilling that Paddock had a drill in his hand, not a gun at this time. There must have been some kind of interaction or discovery of each other which lead to Paddock dropping his drill and picking up a gun, and one would have to assume, Campos turning and running to GTF out as fast as he could before Paddock could aim and fire. So how exactly does one get struck in the front of the leg when he’s running from gunfire?

    Anyways, then Schuck responding to a stuck door call, makes his way down a different hallway wing – all quiet – to the center core, and then turns and walks down the 32135 hallway making it about a third of the way before he hears shooting coming from inside a room, not through a doorway. This means the gunman was by this time firing at the concert below. Campos sticks his head out and yells at Schuck to find cover. Gunman at this point must see through his monitor or hear hallway noise, and redirects his automatic fire within seconds through the suite doors again down the hallway – Schuck says he heard bullets fly behind his head and something hits him in the back before he can get to the cover of a door recess.

    After a break in the sound of gunfire the two hotel employees “make their way” down the long hallway and wait by the elevator for police, who arrive at least ten minutes later. Then Campos tells police which room the gunman is in (apparently they didn’t know this until now?)… almost 20 minutes after Campos was first fired at with a long, sustained volley of loud automatic gunfire!

    Campos, then shot in the thigh and bleeding, helps the police clear all of the other hotel rooms on that wing (or the whole floor?) before the police tell him to go seek medical attention for his leg.

    Who in their right mind could believe this absolute fairy tale?

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Plus..I thought he said he had to go to ground floor to use the master control to shut down elevators..but the police comes up on the elevators in hallway?

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      • keeler says:

        According to Schuck’s interview, he received the keys from his supervisor. Also per the interview, this supervisor and police seem to have arrived after Campos and Schuck had retreated towards the elevators. Thus some time had passed before Schuck used the keys to shut down the elevators and LEOs would have had an opportunity to use them.

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  27. kittycat77 says:

    Has anyone seen the police scanner report? Laura Loomer has it on her Twitter. If you have seen it, please ignore this. I just saw it today. I also tweeted it to Conservative Treehouse. There is talk about multiple shooting going on.

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  28. rumpole2 says:

    The Hammer
    This has “bugged me” from the outset.

    My understanding is that windows in tall buildings use VERY THICK GLASS… and toughened in some way…..”unbreakable”.

    Paddock is alleged to have broken two windows (quickly) with a little toy “sledge hammer”…. really?

    I recall Breaking the glass out of some old french doors.. ex industrial doors with wooden frame and some sort of “heavy duty” glass about twice as thick as regular glass (maybe hardened glass who knows?) I used a hammer very similar to one seen in Mandalay Bay photos.. and I had the doors flat on the floor, and was able to hit down with considerable force. THEY DID NOT BREAK EASILY!!!… It took all the force I could muster and many blows.

    IF a person had not rehearsed that simple task.. how did he know that he could easily do that???

    Ahead of this case I would have guessed that it would require a LOT of very heavy blows.. and even then I would not have been surprised to find the window would simply not break? I’d also be concerned, standing so close with little short hammer, that I might fall out the window (or been sucked out as pressure equalized)

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Yes! Exactly, its a baby hammer…he has weapons and explosives, but brings this? Its in the photo with the dried up blood spatter and multiple shells.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        If he had swung it with a HUGE amount of force (and had struck lucky) and the widow shattered, I would expect the hammer and him to have kept going out into the night air

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Speculation from a very early thread here was that he sprayed the windows with a refrigerant to make them brittle before striking with the hammer. Some pointed to a blue cylinder in the room pix, though I don’t recall seeing it myself. Maybe a CO2 fire extinguisher would even do it? I’m pretty done with this one until some real, photo/video, and forensic/ballistic documented facts come to light. All these weird, changing timelines and opinions that seem to be designed to cover up inconvenient facts are more than my work allows time for at the moment. Yet here I am?!

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    • Tejas Rob says:

      >a little toy “sledge hammer”<

      Not to cast doubt on what you say, but that isn't a "little toy". We used them all the time, we call them a "maul". They are very heavy so pack a punch and are very useful tools.

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      • ray76 says:

        A maul is a combo sledge/axe and requires both hands. This was a small one handed sledge.

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        • Tejas Rob says:

          Maul is a generic term many people apply to small sledges. What you are talking about is commonly called a “splitting maul”, but some just call them a maul.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        I’m pretty sure it was the 4# sledge or “drilling” hammer sold by Harbor Freight–when I saw it in one of the pics from the room, I immediately thought, “That looks just like mine.” Overall size and yellow fiberglass handle are the tells, I think. I know I wouldn’t want to try to break out a 32nd story, tempered glass window with one, but then I’m not cra-cra, at least not in that way.

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    • ray76 says:

      He was using a drill, screwed a door shut… the hammer may be just another tool incidental to the crime scene. He probably shot the windows out. As you point out, using a hammer would be very risky.

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      • Tejas Rob says:

        We need a Mythbuster type test to see how hard it is to break these type windows,

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        • Ray76 says:

          Even if it was easy would you really want to swing a 5 or 10 pound hammer at the lip of a 300 foot cliff?

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          • G. Combs says:

            “Even if it was easy would you really want to swing a 5 or 10 pound hammer at the lip of a 300 foot cliff?”

            Not without my climbing harness and a belay. 😁

            Anyone ever consider that stupid hammer was dropped into the picture as a diversion? That a shaped charge was used to blow the window? Or the drill was actually for drilling the window?

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        • G. Combs says:

          “We need a Mythbuster type test to see how hard it is to break these type windows”

          You got one.

          I have a six pound sledge I use for hammering nails. (You ever try to drive a nail into a phone pole with a framing hammer???) I used it to try to break the window in my back door when I locked myself out of the house. That baby would not scratch that window.

          Paddock out weighs me but I probably out muscled him at the time since we were building barns and putting in fencing.

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  29. kittycat77 says:

    Mike Tokes @MikeTokes just tweeted that the vehicle that supposedly belonged to Paddock and Marilou Danley did not belong to them, the one that was valeted. So whose vehicle was it?

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    • deqwik2 says:

      Maybe it was another rental. I believe the vehicle he owned was a car so he probably got a van to haul all his equipment & guns in.

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      • G. Combs says:

        I though according to a neighbor he packed up and left in a ?White? minivan and then Marilou showed up a few days later and used three trips to move herself out.
        Sorry that link I did not save.

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  30. kinthenorthwest says:

    Wow can the Vegas shooting get any more bizarre?
    MYSTERY=> Vegas Shooter’s Reno Home Broken Into Over the Weekend
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/10/mystery-vegas-shooters-reno-home-broken-weekend/

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  31. rumpole2 says:

    As far as the question “Why did he stop” goes….

    A 57 year old (unfit) bloke was likely WORN OUT after 10 minutes of lumping weapons around and firing 1000’s rounds. Lifting mutiple weapons as they (likely) jammed etc. Not to mention all the preparation activity just prior to the shooting outburst.

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  32. mimi says:

    I’m still stuck on SP risking exposure to put a couple of screws into an door which any idiot would know would trigger alarms. Did he really think that would stop anyone for long? Or, could someone else secured the door, preventing Paddock from escaping if things had gone the way they plotted?

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  33. avogadra says:

    People keep talking about the door to the shooter’s hotel room door being open. Every time I have heard someone speak about the shooter’s hotel room door, either at a press conference, or on TV, they’re careful to specify that THE DOOR TO THE SHOOTER’S ROOM WAS NOT OPEN. They always say they are talking about some other door being open. The shooter fired 200 rounds through a CLOSED DOOR. That’s how he only managed to hit the security guard one time.

    The door to room 32135 was never open during the entire event. It was only opened after the police used an explosive charge to breach it.

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  34. Molly Pitcher says:

    Another odd thing about this new line of events. If he was interrupted in his prep for the massacre and was forced to begin it before everything was in place…wouldn’t it seem like the task of breaking the glass would have taken some time? Or if he used the gun to break the glass wouldn’t it have blown all over the place..like on him, in his hair,on his clothes or on the street? How could he do all that and still return to fire down the hallway as well as the second sniper position in the other room?

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    • G. Combs says:

      Breaking glass is probably what actually tripped the alarm:

      the Bob Powell Video I watched last night on the sound of the shots and the bumpfire combined with a bipod was removed by Utube. Video Removed for youtube policy on harassment and bullying (It was on the sounds of various guns – go figure.)
      What is interesting was the last comment showing on Hubby’s machine which I tried to transcribe:
      Michael Moran
      “…My friend had a party in Mandalay and not a sober person fell against the window and didn’t even move it but within two minutes security was banging on the door, if they sensed a full breach and not just an impact they would’ve responded with the police…”
      ***********
      If an alarm went off when the windows were broken, that would explain the security guard
      AND maintenance man! It might also explain why that was the last comment before that page was wiped from the internet.

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  35. Sandra-VA says:

    Brain shows no abnormalities:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4969140/Las-Vegas-gunman-no-abnormalites-brain.html

    Lots more detail in this story – must read.

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  36. Sandra-VA says:

    Trying to post this again:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4969140/Las-Vegas-gunman-no-abnormalites-brain.html

    No brain abnormalities. Also more details being learned such as Sheriff saying Paddock was in hotel room 3 days prior to the date they said! So another change!

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  37. smadallib says:

    As mentioned before, the security guard could have been temporarily INCAPACITATED when he was shot or scared to death to move for a period after he was shot……hence, the time from being hit until he actually made the call is almost a moot point.

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  38. Molly Pitcher says:

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  39. Lauren says:

    Mr. Schuck says at the 1:34 mark in the video that Jesus (security guard) popped out and told him to take cover.
    Is the MSM trying to establish a new narrative of a “do gooder” mass murderer or is this just laziness and incompetence on part of NBC.

    Side Note:
    I’m just not understanding all of these new facts pointing to a conspiracy theory. So what if the shooter used the service elevator. Of course he used it; the shooter isn’t going to respect societal norms of use the correct elevator. I’m surprised that nobody on the hotel staff didn’t notice it earlier. So how does that point to a conspiracy?

    Also the timeline of the security guard now reveals that he encountered the shooter PRIOR to the shooting. Conspiracy how? The question now is why did the shooter stop shooting?

    Thanks for reading/listening to my vent.

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  40. rumpole2 says:

    I just noticed quote from Mattis referencing “Erroneous Reporting” 🙂

    That is a POSH term meaning FAKE NEWS!

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  41. rumpole2 says:

    BTW…
    Among other things… Paddock did NOT have brain tumor… so they can’t claim the “McCain Defense” 🙂

    There are a few new details in this article outlining an interview Tuesday with Sheriff Lombardo by “The Vegas Review Journal”

    https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/the-strip/sheriff-shares-new-details-about-las-vegas-shooting-investigation/

    *Bellman helped with bags
    On at least two occasions, a bellman helped Paddock bring bags up to his 32nd-floor suite.

    *Lombardo also said he was not aware of any video footage that may have shown Paddock driving into the desert near Mesquite to practice shooting his rifles, contrary to reports.

    *Doctors have begun Paddock’s autopsy, and as of Tuesday, an examination of his brain revealed no abnormalities, the sheriff said. He did not have any information about Paddock’s toxicology results.

    *Jesus Campos. The guard, who was not armed, was on the floor responding to a door left ajar when he heard the sound of drilling coming from Paddock’s room.
    The guard was shot in the thigh, and though Paddock fired more than 200 rounds down the hall and into nearby rooms, no one else in the hotel was injured.

    *Lombardo added that both Danley and the shooter’s brother, Eric Paddock, have not been cleared of wrongdoing by investigators.

    *He expects to release more information Friday.

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    • MM says:

      I thought he blew his brains out?

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      • Tejas Rob says:

        All we really know is it looked like he had stuck the gun in his mouth to shoot himself, that doesn’t mean the bullet would hit his brain, or if it did it caused much damage. It all depends on the angle of the bullet. It might have struck him just below the brain, where the spinal column meets the skull. That would kill you, but it would take longer and be much more painful. I hope that is what happened and this bastard suffered immense pain before he died.

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        • MM says:

          He did deserve to suffer.
          I realize it’s wrong for us to wish these things but hard not to hope for his pain/suffering to be great!

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  42. Paco Loco says:

    No one saw Paddock shooting any weapon at anyone. That’s the big mystery. Was he the lone gunman or a patsy who was murdered? If he wasn’t the gun man than who was and were there more than one.

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  43. I wonder if the maintenance man is going to get private security like Campos

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  44. Coast says:

    CBS covered President Trumps tweet, but not the content of what actually happened with the maintenance worker. In other words, they only covered the aspect of Trump talking about pulling the license. And at the end, CBS added that this is “right out of the play-book of Richard Nixon”. Shame on them of taking it completely out of context.

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  45. LULU says:

    President Trump’s unhappiness with NBC and his threat about their license had to do with a statement they made about him and nukes, not Las Vegas matter. And do you mean CBS? Or NBC?

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  46. Paco Loco says:

    The networks will be dead in less than ten years. Killed off by streaming and interactive video via internet. The advertisers are already starting to leave them. Broadcast media (and newspapers for that matter) are an outmoded one way information and entertainment delivery platform. Consumers today have two way interactive real time and stored program access from any internet terminal. It’s a new age for media and the major networks are no longer relavent. Major newspapers like the NYT and WP are also dinosaurs ready for the scrap heap of history.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Free networks will be in demand in the future…they have numerous advantages including access to local markets and specific frequencies.

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  47. MIkey says:

    President Trump looked so utterly shaken by the Las Vegas massacre during that very first appearance the morning after. I think he was headed out to the helicopter to catch his plane to Puerto Rico. He just looked so troubled. I haven’t seen him look that way ever.

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  48. IMO says:

    Bombshell: DA Insider gives info to Retired FBI Agents that operative True Pundit.

    DA’s OFFICE: Vegas Sheriff is FBI Puppet Covering Up Evidence of Second Shooter in Las Vegas Investigation | True Pundit
    http://truepundit.com/das-office-vegas-sheriff-is-fbi-puppet-covering-up-evidence-of-second-shooter-in-las-vegas-investigation/

    Note: True Pundit broke the Anthony Weiner server bombshell.

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    • Howie says:

      Radicalized Democrat. That is prolly what the cover up is all about, and it is a cover up by the FBLie I bet.

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    • Howie says:

      Yep McCabe is up to his eyeballs in it.
      The DA insider said Aaron Rouse who heads the FBI in Las Vegas reports directly to FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe who is running point on the Las Vegas shooting probe. Rouse, who for years worked under McCabe in the Bureau’s Counterintelligence Division in D.C., was appointed to the Las Vegas post by ex-FBI director James Comey in 2016.

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