Mandalay Massacre Witnesses Jesus Campos and Stephen Schuck Speak to Ellen Degeneres…

In a taped interview that aired today the security guard, Jesus Campos, and maintenance worker, Stephen Schuck, from the Mandalay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, speak to Ellenn Degeneres about the October 1st massacre at Mandalay Bay.

Worth noting, according to the well-prepared and rolled out script, Mr. Campos and Mr. Schuck will not be giving any additional interviews with the media.  As such, it can be intellectually assumed the content of this interview was thoroughly vetted and prepared after consideration from all stakeholders.

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The emphasis on the “hero angle” is inauthentic, too heavy, and appears structured as a preferred narrative. However, given the position of all local and national stakeholders in the event, and against the backdrop of potentially devastating legal liability against Mandalay Bay and Las Vegas, the need for a strongly structured narrative is transparent and understandable. Any alternative is financially problematic.

STAKEHOLDERS: Las Vegas, almost entirely dependent on tourism, needs to present an image of safety and security. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police need to present an image of competency and security control. Mandalay Bay, the MGM corporation and the larger hotel and casino industry, need to reduce any culpability and liability; as well as portray their action as prudent and secure before the attack, and competent in the aftermath. Federal crisis management with direct influence over investigative authorities (FBI and DHS) need to portray an impression of national security and control.

Ellen Degeneres, an insider within the entertainment industry and a stakeholder in the outcome, is a friendly venue for this exclusive interview.

Las Vegas investigative authorities (LVMPD and FBI) have stated they will provide no additional press conferences or information on the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

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740 Responses to Mandalay Massacre Witnesses Jesus Campos and Stephen Schuck Speak to Ellen Degeneres…

  1. MaineCoon says:

    Lawyers had Campos give mostly non-definitive statements by saying “I believe”, “I assume” or “I think”. That way nothing sticks in case statements must be adjusted by lawyers later. Damage control. Prejudice potential jurors.

    Schmuck said 4x that Campos saved his life. Ellen called him a hero several times. Of course Shmuck played the sympathy/consoling card by patting Campos on the back to comfort him. Crocodile tears. No mention of victims. Just thanks for the wonderful support Vegas people gave. Literally, nothing about victims or deceased.

    Schmuck and fake jesus were presented NFL prizes for their performances. Kinda like Oscar night. Prizes totally diminished their spiels to little more than tv game show. Should they report their winnings to IRS?

    Everything was fake. It totally dishonored the murdered victims and injured survivors. — all 22,000.

    It gives new meaning to ‘what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas’. This is a Vegas coverup and it isn’t just Mandalay Bay. It’s the gaming association, all the major casinos, the local politicians, CoC, LOE. It’s everyone that’s anyone.

    If the truth were known that Campos is illegal immigrant (high potential) posing as fake security, all casino stocks would fall more than they have already have.

    Vegas spent decades erasing its mob reputation to a family oriented tourist destination. Talk about conspiracy. All these Vegas people have conspired to cover up the criminal action of hiring an illegal immigrant as fake security who can’t be licensed to have a firearm thereby securing a building and safety of people. This action alone will remind the public of the old Vegas mob. It just does. It doesn’t really have much to do with the shooter or the victims. It’s all about saving Vegas. Billions of dollars are at stake. Campos is key. Mob mentality is conspiratorial.

    Fake interview. Fake accolades. Fake security guard. Fake jesus. Fake humility. Fake tears. Fake investigation because Vegas has conspired.

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    • Bakokitty says:

      MaineCoon, I agree with most of what you said, “it is all about saving Vegas” absolutely. But I will say this, as I have gone to Vegas since I was a ten year old kid, dragged there by my parents to visit family and often dropped off at the pool while my mom played blackjack. Back then casinos were walled off with glass and had guards at the entry to the gambling area to keep kids out. Even if you told them your parent was in there, you did not get in.
      Frankly I felt safer in Vegas when the mob did run the place. They had a huge necessity to keep ( certainly for appearances sake) it looking on the up and up.
      Even in the 60’s – late 70’s it seemed safer but by the late 80’s the seedy side was out there, in your face.
      Vegas lost their classy facade. It has just gone into the crapper and this attack will only put a dent in their rep. The house always wins.
      What sad day in America… smh ;(

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      • MaineCoon says:

        I can actually understand why you felt safer when the mob ran Vegas. My thoughts were on the behind-the-scene action. More of the criminal action. I think Vegas did a phenomenal job of erasing that mob scenario to a family one now to revert back to the impression of crimanl activity. It’s a personal which will hurt even though every other city has crime too. It’s the blantant conspiracy taking place, imo. Sad.

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    • eagledriver50 says:

      ANNNNNNNNNND…YOU CAN KISS VEGAS GOOD-BYE…By not coming forward now and just after it happened the PTB were hoping that they would come out better…UHHH NO…They, PTB, have made the situation MUCH worse and in fact have opened up litigation avenues that did not exist before. The plaintiffs will be able to ask questions and if ANYONE on defendants side hesitates…MY OH MY…Jury will award MILLIONS…There is NOT ENOUGH MONEY to bring these people and love ones back but these think they have everything under control…NO…Visitors will not visit and trade shows will not show…IF they HAD ONLY OWNED UP TO IT and BEEN TRUTHFUL…

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      • MaineCoon says:

        So much truth in what you say.

        IMO none of the lawsuits will see a courtroom. All will settled and be sealed.

        I’m wondering what so few have been filed at this point? Silence. Everything is going to be silenced no matter what. If “they” were smart, IMO, I think they will just pay out settlement up front to keep this all very quiet. Cut their losses. Do even both to go through Discovery, etc. Just pay out. That way it goes silent & dark.

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    • BeePee says:

      And let’s give him NFL tickets so our illegal alien, disrespecting our border, doesn’t have to respect our national anthem.

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    • Madi says:

      Maincoon, very good observation. This Trunews is excellent information politically incorrect. I think you would like that. Show today 9/19.
      https://www.trunews.com/listen

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  2. Frank says:

    This whole fabricated tale is so outlandish as to be humorous. Is it any wonder that they have snapped up all evidence that they could find, thwarted reportage by legitimate investigators, and corralled or destroyed what must be a mountain of photographs and audio and video recordings. Shall we try to assign a motive? Discern the real story in the absence of relevant information? Don’t waste your time. Recognize the FBI’s deceit for what it obviously is.

    For what these people get paid, we deserve, at least, a less preposterous narrative. Question: Does any reader here personally know anyone who was killed or seriously wounded in this attack? We could make a drinking game out of naming the inconsistencies and contradictions in this whole Las Vegas fantasy. Here’s a new one: Besides the 59 slain, over other 500 people were reportedly wounded by 7.62 and/or 5.56 calibre rifle fire with no additional post incident deaths. Bottoms up!

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    • woohoowee says:

      For posterity:

      For what these people get paid, we deserve, at least, a less preposterous narrative.

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    • kathyca says:

      “Besides the 59 slain, over other 500 people were reportedly wounded by 7.62 and/or 5.56 calibre rifle fire with no additional post incident deaths.”

      What makes you think the rest of the injuries were all from direct rifle fire, or even rifle fire at all? Logic would dictate that a lot of the non-life-threatening injuries were from other causes like trampling, falling, being hit with debris, etc.

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    • distracted2 says:

      Yes, I know people personally. Four people were killed from my town – we are a small community – and nine others were wounded, some critically. A woman I have known for 20 years was right up front and witnessed people shot and killed right in front of her.

      There is a lot about this preposterous narrative that is likely fake but the victims are not, which makes this coverup all the more evil.

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      • sudsy49 says:

        I couldn’t agree more. The victims are being victimized for a second time by the coverup. It’s outrageous.

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      • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

        Well said, distracted2. This is what really bothers me too. Politicians, Las Vegas PR people and attorneys, at least some LEOs, some employees of MB – there are plenty of people who MUST know more than they are saying.

        Aside from a few leaks Laura Loomer has gotten (God bless her), the silence is deafening.

        I hope their consciences start to really bother them when they realize that the result of their collective silence is these victims will not get justice AND the rest of us are less safe because we don’t really know what happened or who “the enemy” is.

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    • sudsy49 says:

      Not everyone who was injured was shot. That is a misconception.

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      • whatfreshnell says:

        I read somewhere (and, of course, I can’t remember where) that there were +/-140 concert-goers shot and the rest were injured in other ways–debris, fell in the panic to get out, etc.

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    • Sunshine says:

      Shuck right on cue, giving comfort to Campos by lightly tapping his back twice for five seconds.

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  3. Truthfilter says:

    Maintenance man is handler. He reaches behind Campos’ back to prompt Ellen to get her pointer and floor chart. This is bullshit. We’ve got 59 dead Americans and a multi billion dollar casino chain controlling the narrative. I’ve been looking at images all day and my gut feeling is that Ellen’s version of Campos is not the original version. Goodbye, Las Vegas. My intelligence is insulted. Maybe all the high-rollers in Ellen’s audience will buy your story.

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    • FTWPhil says:

      Agree.

      Around :31 Ellen says”now you’re the sec. guard.”

      He does a weird triple blink. It’s the tell. Ala Vegas baby!

      I don’t “feel” like this is the same guy from the pictures.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “I don’t “feel” like this is the same guy from the pictures.”
        …..

        He is a body double. I am a not too good artist. Mom did portraits. I had zero problem telling the three sets of identical twins apart that I went to school with from day one.

        When I look at the side by side that a treeper kindly posted, I see two completely different men. The shapes of the faces are different and the lips. So are the eyes and eyebrows.

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  4. Ed. says:

    My money is on that was shot below the knee, closer to the ankle, and grazed at that. If he was shot at all.

    “I felt a burning sensation, and went to go lift my pant leg up, that’s when I saw the blood.”

    What is a reasonable expectation as to how far up the leg one can pull a pant leg to see what may be burning ones leg? And if the bone or muscle were hit he would not have helped the cops when they arrived.

    The cane is a nice touch though.

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    • georgiafl says:

      The blood could have been running down his leg.

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    • georgiafl says:

      HOWEVER, his pants would have been TORN at point of entry or grazing by a bullet.

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    • eagledriver50 says:

      UHHH…BULLLLLSHIT…That was a VERY BIG PILE of Hooie…when a peson gets grazed, there is a furrow…NO matter how deep there is a furrow because the bullet round…Guess what? One could get an IDEA of the CALIBER OF THE BULLET by measuring that furrow width…Also, did this moron show the bandage on his leg? I don’t watch Degerate Show for ANY REASON…

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      • Tejas Rob says:

        They said the bullet was still in his leg, so it couldn’t have been just “grazed”.

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        • adombom says:

          So he was taken (as the story goes) to a med clinic, but the bullet isn’t removed???? Wth.

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        • eagledriver50 says:

          Tango Yankee, TR…Two things:
          1) If that round is still in his leg, it will abscess and that is a dozy infection to get rid of…
          2) If the round was TAKEN OUT and not given over to a Law Enforcement Authority (I know an OxyMoron), that is destruction of evidence.
          Which brings up the following scenario…If there is a trial, of any sort, and he is called he or the doctor who took it out or the POLICE “LOOSE” it, WIN-WIN for the PLAINTIFFS. It is called “Evidence Tampering” and the Casino, MGM, Mandaly and Las Vegas LOOSE THEIR COLLECTIVE ASSES…need some more popcorn!!!

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          • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

            Leaving the bullet intact will not necessarily abscess or cause infection. I know a number of people with bullets left in their body – including one with a bullet in his head.

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            • Tejas Rob says:

              Yes, it’s not uncommon to leave a bullet inside someone. I find it a bit odd they left it in his leg, and they usually only do it if it is near a vital organ.

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              • Sassy says:

                They said he did not want to stay overnight in the hospital, but staff and the cops had to persuade him to stay. Even so, he left soon. War movies and war books often dramatize how infection is carried into a wound by a bullet that goes through clothing. The fragments of cloth have to be removed or else infection sets in. That’s what they say in movies and books, but maybe now with modern antibiotics, there’s not so much of a risk. During the interview, the guard was resting his arm, and his rather substantial weight, on his right thigh. Isn’t that where the bullet is supposed to be lodged? The guy on Ellen seemed much stockier than in other photos. Even with a bullet proof vest making his chest larger, as some have suggested, his legs and face were decidedly fuller, especially the cheeks.

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  5. rumpole2 says:

    Having now SEEN the MGM Approved version… I am certainly NOT convinced about the timeline!!!!

    Neither witness actually said at which point the 9:59 PM applies?

    If you take Campos word for his call as soon as he was shot… that STILL leaves lots of time before the main shooting on crowd started. He had to interact with Schuck, and now some woman popping out of her room. More bullets were fired down the hall as witnessed by Schuck after Campos’s alleged call alerting the Hotel. I DO NOT believe that only 40 seconds (or less) elapsed before Paddock fired on the crowd!!!

    But… as I have said… I dont expect the detailed timeline to be resolved this side of years of Civil Law suits.

    Campos’s handlers have declared there will be no more press statements…. I don’t see how they can do that? And even LVMPD, FBI say they are saying nothing! THAT is NOT a sustainable position. The public has a “right to know” the facts… and if we had proper journalists… they would continue to force the release of proper information

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  6. trapper says:

    What if it is not the casino chain controlling the narrative? What if it is another group?

    What were the two vehicles tearing away from the shooting? Who were they? Lost in the details and the changing timelines.

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    • sedge2z says:

      CIA? FBI? Another staged crises that went terribly wrong and killed innocents.

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      • If we’re we still under the Obama administration, I would expect a cover up.

        But what does PDJT have to say??

        For all his typically “loose cannon” tweeting that he is usually accused of, he has been pretty silent about the root cause of this.

        That is what confuses me the most.

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        • trapper says:

          We ARE still under the Obama administration, or at least vast remnants of it, and they are fighting an internal insurgency desperately trying to cover up and deflect attention from their crimes and treason. This war didn’t end with our election of Trump. It began.

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        • trapper says:

          “For all his typically “loose cannon” tweeting that he is usually accused of, he has been pretty silent about the root cause of this.”

          Now you’re looking in the right places. Look in the negative space. The dogs that don’t bark. It should be more than concerning. It is a tell as to how truly F’d up and twisted this is, and how dangerous it is.

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      • Maquis says:

        Killing innocents was the plan. It was terrible, yes, but gone wrong? Not from Deep State’s perspective.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      >> What if it is not the casino chain controlling the narrative? What if it is another group?

      What other group would choose MGM partner Ellen DeGeneres to conduct the “interview”?

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      • trapper says:

        This was not the narrative. This was just attempted damage control by MGM: “We did everything we could.” So, what is the narrative? Pull back and look. What are we told happened, big picture, and does it make sense? Does the way the investigation Is proceeding fit with it? Is the investigation even an investigation? Think uranium.

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  7. jackphatz says:

    Well, since no one can(or will) come to any conclusion the conventional wisdom is Vegas is unsafe. half think this is part of a larger plan and the other half feel he was a lone nut tied into the violent Left. Either way, the lack of information, even if it is a “we don’t really know” is failing everyone.

    Is it any wonder these two were on Ellen. A daytime talk show, not particularly available to the working folk’s and very, very Leftist. No need for serious questioning.

    This is just sinking the FBI even more. What a major disappointment. Everyone should be ashamed.

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  8. DebbieUK says:

    Don’t you have any form of independent enquiry outside congress that can be set up ? We have had several over they years.
    The Prime Minister appoints a respected Judge to carry it out with terms of reference and calls witnesses etc.The latest one is the Grenfell Tower fire .People need to be clear there is no cover up.
    We had one over Ithe invasion of Iraq and the Hillsborough disaster . We had an enquiry into Murdochs news group and phone hacking .All in public.
    We don’t have anything like the fifth amendment so people have to talk.
    No way could something as serious as Las Vegas be swept under the carpet.

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    • georgiafl says:

      We had the Warren Commission to investigate the murder of JF Kennedy
      and the (named?) Commission to investigate 9/11/01 – World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks.

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      • Maquis says:

        And fat lot of good either has done us.

        The authorities are forcing even more speculation with their little tantrum and their supposedly “principled silence.”

        Investigations will be sealed and we will be lucky if our grandchildren are told the truth.

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    • Maquis says:

      We get “special prosecutors” or “investigators” assigned, and it’s usually a non-open goat-rope, a farce, an open ended witch hunt, see Mueller and this merry band of beyond compromised Leftists…the Illuminati are more forthcoming and transparent and trustworthy.

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  9. Molly Pitcher says:

    Wanted to drop this link of the “killing field”. In what universe would dead people be left like that? It’s clearly some time after the event..bodies just left where they fell? No covers? No grieving friends?

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    • MaineCoon says:

      This is horrific. I have not seen this before. It’s shocking on many levels.

      We are a barbaric society. We kill our unborn by the millions and sell the body parts. We kill the living and leave them for dead in the dead of night. No respect for the living or the dead.

      How does Las Vegas address this picture? It should be posted on Vegas FB page.

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      • Molly Pitcher says:

        I agree Maine Coon…It does need a explanation from Las Vegas authorities..or somebody

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      • wheatietoo says:

        I saw this one…and more…posted on twitter, in the early hours after the shooting.
        And yeah, it’s horrific.

        “How does Las Vegas address this picture?”

        Not very well, imo…they quickly circled the wagons and have been more concerned with covering it up, than with finding answers.
        They started saying “We may never know the motive.” before they even tried to find the motive.

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      • keeler says:

        There’s a much more graphic video somewhere of a guy walking around checking for pulses and confronting event staff about the fact that there are still living victims on the ground.

        All of this is going to be submitted as victim impact evidence when MGM gets sued into oblivion. And hopefully, some other evidence will come to light as well through that process.

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        • Maquis says:

          CTH needs as much of this as we can before it gets scrubbed by the FBI and who knows what other agencies with agendas.

          Can anyone find and presrrve such pics and video? Bring them to Sundance or post them in a relevant thread such as this?

          The conspiracy theories will only metastasize as a result of the ham-handed clampdown on “dis”information sharing. One can only presume that is their intent.

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      • BeePee says:

        No! Paddock or Jesus or whoever did the shooting are barbaric. Seen too many people helping each other after hurricanes to blame the victim (society).

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    • wheatietoo says:

      The police quickly closed off the field once the shooting stopped.
      I think the bodies were covered as soon as there were sheets brought to cover them.

      It was considered a ‘crime scene’.
      They were still processing it and removing bodies for the next day or so.

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    • keeler says:

      Had to have been taken very soon after the shooting ended. There’s a guy on his cellphone and several people clearly making movements in the background.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Covers? You’re questioning why the bodies weren’t covered? I don’t think concertgoers typically carry sheets or dead body bags with them, nor would first responders. Come on, let’s be reasonable here.

      Also, if you look carefully and objectively at the photo you can see that there are people who are tending to some of the victims.

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    • Harry Lime says:

      Horrific? Yes. But look at all the pretty lights.

      Horrific? Yes. But here’s a prize…free NFL tickets!

      It seems to be a common theme in our society.

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      • MVW says:

        No. Not a theme in our society, this is a Hollywood Libtard fantastical view of Americans as cheap, shallow, and ugly, that trinkets are the only thing that matter to the unwashed American village idiots. My God, no wonder Libtards hate America and Americans.

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    • glk26 says:

      What direction is this photo taken from? It doesn’t match up with the back round from the picture at the top of the page. Unless the top photo is old.

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  10. Tejas Rob says:

    Another thing the police claimed has turned out to not be true, according to what Campos said, that the door to Paddock’s room was ajar.

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    • coltlending says:

      They had to nixay that because by fire code just about everywhere, especially hotels in LV, doors must close by thee pneumatic or such hinges at top of the door and door frame.

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    • Maquis says:

      That was always an implausible “fact.” Mass murderer to be with elaborate plan and preparation forgets to close the door behind himself and lock it to boot? No way.

      So, how could our Anti-Hero “hear” and recognize a drill in use? Why didn’t he simply think somebody was making a margarita, you know, a blender or such?

      How did Deputy Dope open that closed door? That invariably locked door? Can one even defeat the lock so anyone could just walk in? Why “did” he go in? How? Did he really at all? If not, what did Deputy Dope do to prompt a “hail” of gunfire? What threat could a myopic Deputy Dope outside of a locked door present to a clever shooter whose preparations were still undetected?

      Why would Padf*ck initiate a mass shooting spree, clearly before his preparations were fully complete, by trying to take out an unseen room service or some other innocuous and ubitiquous hotel employee?

      So Padf*ck plans and prepares for at least several months without raising suspicions, frequently dropping completely off a radar that barely even registered his existence at best, coolly transports a huge cache of arms up 32 floors, prepares sniper nests without detection, raises no suspicions and maintains the status of a coveted customer with privileges, yet goes stupid and panics at a mouse of a man that cannot possibly see him? Why shoot at Deputy Dope?

      Shot in the ankle? A flesh wound, in an ankle or close to it? Really? Thete is little flesh there to penetrate witjout striking bone, so could only have been a graze. Convenient. Implausible.

      Argh. Now I have to watch Ellen Degenerate slobber over suspicious oddballs that the powers that be want us to regard as heros despite the fact that neither did sh*t to prevent anything, they merely survived cowering in a hallway whilst dozens of innocents were murdered.

      Frak.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Regarding your question about why Paddock would shoot at Campos (I object to you calling him a dope): Paddock set up one or two cameras to observe the hallway. That seems completely reasonable, he wanted to control the area around his hotel room. That’s why he altered the stairwell door. Once he spotted Campos he had to do something, he couldn’t proceed with his massacre with someone in the hall like that. Campos wouldn’t have seen Paddock shooting but would have HEARD him. Same with Schuck, once Paddock spotted Schuck he had no choice but try to take Schuck out.

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        • It seems to me that if Campos arrived prior to Paddock starting his shooting spree that Paddock would pretend that nothing was going on in the room as he spoke with Campos through a barely opened door. Paddock could have said that he was working on some equipment and so sorry for the noise. End of story.

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          • Maquis says:

            The door to Padrock’s room was never opened to Campos. According to his story.

            It was the slamming of the hallway to stairway antechamber door that Campos allowed to slam shut behind him that he claimed was what alerted the shooter.

            He never knocked on the door he claims to have heard drilling from behind.

            He was simply walking away when the shooting started.

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            • LilAngel says:

              Could someone help me understand a few things about all these doors? First, Jesus says he was answering an “open door alarm.” He then starts to use a stairwell and finds that door sealed off. So, he goes another direction and comes through another VERY HEAVY door that makes a ‘thunk’ noise when he close it behind him that, he contends, catches the attention of Paddock. Paddock then starts shooting through the closed doors of his room. So, what happened to the door causing the alarm?
              Oh yeah, about Campos getting shot, too. First reports were he was shot in the right thigh and he felt the burning. Yet, when ‘he’ goes on Ellen’s show he talks about lifting his pant leg to see the blood. Is it just me, or does that just not make a hill of beans sense? If his thigh area is ‘burning’ how would he lift his pant leg that high? Or even why would he think he would see anything around his ‘burning’ thigh area by lifting his pant leg?

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              • Tejas Rob says:

                > So, what happened to the door causing the alarm?First reports were he was shot in the right thigh and he felt the burning<

                He is using the cane for his left leg, so the original report it was his right leg was incorrect. Just about everything they told us from the start has turned out to be wrong, so why not that too.

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                • Tejas Rob says:

                  That post came out all screwed up, so…

                  > So, what happened to the door causing the alarm?<

                  I suppose it's possibly Paddock accidentally opened it when he was trying to secure it. Also possibly the screwes he drilled in hit the wires causing that to set the alarm off.

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        • Maquis says:

          Paddock would be undiscovered until the massacre started, had he not shot at people that would not even know to look to him to address the strange blocked door issue. He invited trouble by firing.

          Future monsters, erupting from whatever realms spawn psychopaths, will take away one critical lesson from this nightmare: Help is NOT on the way.

          None will return fire. Armed civilians will not storm their lethal perch. Security people and law enforcement will politely wait until well after they are finished before they reluctantly disturb their sick LARP fantasy.

          That is a sad commentary on what sheeple all too many Americans have become.

          I watched the video. It was strange. It was uncomfortable to regard the entirety of that highly scripted farce lauding the bravery of a “Hero” that “saved many lives” by, what? Calling in that he was shot?

          Telling two people to take cover?
          Who wouldn’t have done that?
          What bravery was required to do that?
          How does that make him a Hero?

          MGM is trying to pretend their superman of a possible illegal alien saved all of Las Vegas to deflect critisim, and liability, by “oroving” they had done all they could possibly have done.

          It was a transparently staged performance by very strange and awkward actors. Huge emphasis on their “not wanting money,” despite the two go-fund-me’s for Campos alone.

          I feel dirty simply having seen that.
          It was a Mickey Mouse sing-song whitewash without a single reference to the dead and injured and traumatized.

          Twenty-Two Thousand victims, and these are the only casualties worthy of being acknowledged? Syrupy gushing over the brave guy with the graze that merely produced a “burning sensation.”

          Ellen {{{shudder}}} Degenerate was entirely disingenuous, not believable, a game-show barker going through the motions, cheerily checking off a list of bullet-points assigned to her, handing out their winnings like it was a good day at Wheel of Fortune. It was disgusting.

          I see no reason to consider the odd duck Campos as truly brave nor even honorable. I do not trust him. He should not be accepting any reward or Participation Trophy. No American should be comfortable doing so. He did nothing, and has earned nothing but suspicion and concern.

          That performance has put MGM squarely in the bad guys’ club for me. Beyond tone deaf.

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      • chbailey says:

        Remember that M and B Ozero were already, as flaming leftist, attempting to meld Hollywood into the White House itself and into politics on many levels…this groundwork is bearing it’s evil fruit here on this entertainment stage with the involvement of this particular woman, Degenerate. This hoax, scripted with lies to further the official deception, is a crime.

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      • Molly Pitcher says:

        Agree Maquis…none of it makes sense no matter how many versions they trot out. The Ellen Show was a joke.

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  11. Just Curious says:

    All scripted of course…it’s on the Ellen Degnerate show.. I like her diagram lol…that’s for the sheeple who can’t understand English too well and don’t have the ability to think for themselves.

    The cane is a nice visual and the Schuck guy consoling Campos nice very nice. Everybody give them a nice round of applause. Are these two guys actors? They look very comfortable in front of the camera
    I guess the network thinks that if they throw enough shat on the wall something will stick …huh?

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  12. joeknuckles says:

    I’m going to Vegas next week, staying at MB (business trip/seminar planned months ago). Anybody have any hunches they want checked out? I plan to take a couple hours walking around the area of the crime scene just to see what I can see.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      See if you can get any of the staff there to talk about it?

      Like…’what do they think the motive was?’

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    • Christine says:

      Hi lovely moderator/Ad Rem

      I’ve just tried posting a lengthy comment to joeknuckles outlining 8chan’s current working narrative, but it hasn’t appeared. Is the content too sensitive for public viewing? Or is it still sitting in moderation please? I’ve never had a post deleted before, in over a year!

      Frustratingly for the last few weeks, until tonight, I’ve had tremendous difficulties accessing anything other than the home page, so I haven’t been able to read Treeper’s comments about this tragedy, to know if what I’ve written is too sensitive to post.

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    • Maquis says:

      I’d ask perhaps that you video various sites, give CTH the advantage of a Google Streetview-like perspective from sites relevant to claims made hy witnesses/cabbies…

      Areas such as where the glass would have fallen, where audio recordings wete made that people are using to demonstrate that there were at least two shooters.

      How about exits/entrances where Chaos Agents might have used to amplify thebteror of the crowd.

      That makes me wonder… The mystery of why Paddock stopped shooting after several minutes…what if that was perhaps simply the plan?

      He killed people, had an obsene amount of weaponry to ensure those guns would be demonized and denied us Citizens, and after he did his part the bad guys firing blanks, from locations outside the killing field, as Wolfmoon has suggested, were then free to move in and literally chase the fleeing Country Music Fans.

      Many have testified that they KNOW they were being pursued. Including the young woman who died “in her sleep” four days afterwards. Ceasing fire according to a preset plan to allow Chaos Agents free run of the killing field seems a plausible explanation.

      It would also explain reports of smelling lots of gunsmoke. If the faux shooters truly were amongst them their gunsmoke woikd be unavoidedly present in the concentrations asserted by witnesses.

      Dang.

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    • LilAngel says:

      Yeah, see if your door closes automatically, or, if it doesn’t, see how long it takes someone to respond to a “door open alarm.” Of course, take notice of security in the area around your room. . . ask ’em questions. . .lots of questions.

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  13. joeknuckles says:

    I’m going to Vegas next week, staying at MB (business trip/seminar planned months ago). Anybody have any hunches they want checked out? I plan to take a couple hours walking around the area of the crime scene just to see what I can see.

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    • mikebrezzze says:

      Find some bullet holes and stick a stick in them and see where they point to

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    • keeler says:

      Security measures. Camera locations.

      Evidence of things that appear to have been recently installed… fresh paint around surveillance equipment, new signage, security desks/stations that appear to be in locations *not* anticipated in the floor plans. Anything that suggests changes made in the wake of the shooting that would be indicative of security upgrades.

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    • llamamama3 says:

      Oh my! Please stay safe! My first thought, after reading your comment, is that I would like to see you check out of the hotel after your conference is over and return home safely!

      Guess that makes me a concerned cat!

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  14. At this point it looks like MGM/Hollyweird constructed and planned this false flag attack in collusion with the corrupt FBI and possibly CIA or other alphabet intel agencies.

    Campos was supposed to be the undocumented alien “hero” who saved lives by interrupting the white male nut job with about-to-be-banned AR’s. If they had pulled off the murder spree flawlessly it would be a three-fer for the Left. Suppress and murder Trump supporters, further disarm the public and get the center/left behind amnesty for the illegals who are “heroes by association”.

    I don’t believe anything about the “official narrative” at this point. I don’t even believe Campos or Schuck were even on the 32nd floor. That whole storyline is just a laser pointer on the wall to keep everyone distracted from the real questions. Who was Paddock? What guns were actually being fired that night? Where’s the hotel CCTV footage? Where’s the bullet trajectory forensics? What about the reports of multiple shooters, and why does every mass shooting event start off with multiple shooters being reported and then it always gets winnowed down to a dead lone wolf patsy/scapegoat?

    We aren’t asking the right questions. One right question is this: Paddock still had no motive to carefully plan and execute the mass shooting. So was he a patsy? Was he set up? Was this a professional deep state intel agency hit with MGM/Hollyweird cover? If the hotel executives and ownership were in on this (let’s say in return for a promised payoff at some future date), then an entire hit squad could walk right in and do this. Seems much more plausible to me than Superman Paddock.

    Putting these yahoos on Degenerate’s show says all you need to know about what TPTB believe about their own storyline. Fake. Contrived. Bravo Sierra. Can’t make it on the real news outlets. A total fabrication.

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  15. distracted2 says:

    I have studied body language for years and Campos’ body language screams guilt. I’m not saying necessarily that he killed anyone but he is guilty of much.

    He is racked with guilt. And his handler doesn’t show an ounce of guilt.

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  16. coltlending says:

    Wow was that gift bag conclusion every creepy!!!

    This whole thing was so put up.

    My sense is we’re really being played here.

    The biggest tell I got this was fake (besides the body language from both men) is the fact there was little or no eye contact whatsoever between the two men.

    Ellen’s Ross Perot presentation was obviously a put up job and really sickening.

    This is all so incredibly disrespectful to the familes of the victims.

    Truly disgusting.

    I pray the truth is revealed by Gods hand.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      MGM has seized control of the narrative fed to the public, that’s for sure. Just the fact that they set up the guys on the Ellen show rather than hold their own press conference is bizarre, IMO. Staged fakery.

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      • kathyca says:

        1000%.But I don’t think the Ellen choice is that weird. MGM doesn’t want to be publicly obvious about controlling Campos and the other dude, so they enlist a person who, to most people, is likeable, trustworthy and not obviously affiliated directly with MGM. 99% of the people who will see that interview won’t even consider that there’s a connection between ellen and mgm.They’ll just see ‘nice” ellen talking to the nice “hero.” MGM’s exposure here is massive. Follow the money. That’s what’s going on.

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  17. joeknuckles says:

    Can we start a Treehouse pool on how and when “Jesus Campos” will allegedly meet an untimely death?
    Let’s see, he has a fast car. I’ll take a car accident between Christmas and New Year’s Day this year. High speed crash on Dec 26th, 2017. Body will be burnt beyond recognition, of course.

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    • nwtex says:

      OMGosh! What a horrible thing to say about any human being. I don’t think you would say that to his face,well, maybe you would. I pray he doesn’t know about this site.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        Read my post again. I said alleged untimely death, as in fake. Just like everything else in this case. Either way, we will never see it hear from him again.

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        • nwtex says:

          That does not take away from the fact that the thought is bone chilling. And “starting a pool….”! Good grief.
          Again, I pray that he does not know of this site. Chances are slim tho if he googles his name.
          Causing a person fear or grief just isn’t in my book. But that’s just me.

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        • Molly Pitcher says:

          I will be very surprised if something doesn’t happen to him. This insanity by the union mob..the coming litigation to the MGM…gazillions are at stake and they’ve all spun him into the linchpin of the entire event.

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        • glk26 says:

          It’s OK joeknuckles I understand what you are saying. Friday after New Years eve.

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    • Maquis says:

      December 28th.
      “Burning sensation” to the back of the head. “Innocent” bystander at a Taco Stand robbery gone bad.

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    • LilAngel says:

      My bet says he’s already ‘gone.’ That wasn’t the original Campos on Ellen yesterday. I did a side-by-side study. The ears don’t match. He’s missing the two moles at the bottom left side of his chin. His cheeks are decidedly pudgier. The ‘smile’ crease begins above his nostrils, whereas the original’s began just at, or slightly below, the nostrils. There is a ‘cupid’s bow’ to the mouth of yesterday’s Campos; original Campos has virtually no shaping to his upper lip. The overall mouth is just full, lacking definition. There were other differences, but too close to call.

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  18. domain496 says:

    The comments thread is long and it’s late, so I didn’t read it all. If this is just more mud dirtying waters, or repeating, my apologies, but there is a Twitter tweet that is saying the “missing” elusive guard was on the Clinton payroll…

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  19. Bobo says:

    Jesus Campos said he’d been shot in his upper right thigh yet reached down to pull up his pant leg to view the wound, which is improbable. So too is being hit with only one high powered bullet from an automatic rifle and then simply responding by feeling a burning sensation. Also, when walking and using the cane, he holds it in his left hand to support his left leg, which certainly does no good for his supposedly wounded right leg. None of the video I saw showed him actually walking but the stills show him standing with easy equal weight on both legs indicating he’s not favoring one side at all,

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    • covfefe999 says:

      >> Jesus Campos said he’d been shot in his upper right thigh yet reached down to pull up his pant leg to view the wound

      I didn’t see him pull up his pant leg during the Ellen interview so I’m assuming you are referring to his comment at 3:02: “I went to go lift my pant leg up and I saw the blood” He said he saw blood, not the wound.

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      • Maquis says:

        Still, he expected the wound to be down there. How does he overlook tbe bloody pants with the hole through it on his way to getting to his pant leg? He had a “burning sensation” which did not indicate that the wound in his thigh was actually in his ankle. One pulls their pants DOWN to.examine a wound in one’s thigh.

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  20. Bobo says:

    One other comment about the leg wound Campos said he sustained– there’s no record of treatment by any of the eight area “quick care” medical service places, which aren’t geared towards treating gunshot wounds especially high powered ones anyway. And several reports by Campos said the bullet is still in his leg and would be removed later, which is bizarre. First he was supposedly shot slightly down the hall from the shooter and such a large caliber bullet would surely go through his thigh completely and devastate his leg. And even if he didn’t suffer major blood loss, there’s no way he would be treated and released and be up and out so soon.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      How would anyone have access to records of treatment at any medical facility? Campos said he was taken to a hospital after being shot, not a quick care clinic. His subsequent reported trip to a quick care clinic was many days later and wouldn’t have been for treating a gunshot wound, at least not the initial care.

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    • Maquis says:

      The .223 round is not “large caliber.” It is virtually the same diameter as a .22, used for plinking, a child’s first firearm.

      It is indeed an effective round, a light, very fast bullet, around 3,000 feet per second. At that range it should have passed right through, though the intervening structures encountered by that particular ball might have slowed it down and caused it to tumble, enhancing the wound.

      In any case, the “high-powered” “high-caliber” “shoulda-blown-his leg-off” hype is all gun control hyperboly and ignorance. No offense intended.

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    • glk26 says:

      It could have been a richochete

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      “And even if he didn’t suffer major blood loss, there’s no way he would be treated and released and be up and out so soon.”

      Maybe he has the same “health plan” as McCain?

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  21. Donna in Oregon says:

    I didn’t watch. Boycotted. Don’t care for the way the DOJ and Nevada have handled this. Ellen is not a DOJ professional. Clearly amateurs, idiots and tools are in charge of propaganda. There are no facts.

    Was going to visit Las Vegas before the year end. Not now.

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  22. moe ham head says:

    the maintenance guy looks more like the illegals handler

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  23. georgiafl says:

    There were some REAL HEROES in Vegas that night:

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  24. Christine says:

    I’ve been having enormous trouble accessing comments on this site for a few weeks. Most frustrating! So, my apologies if a fellow Treeper has already posted this.

    The CEO of Mandalay Bay/MGM Resorts International is James Murren.

    Murren is also a sitting member a sitting member of President Trump’s Homeland Security National Infrastructure Advisory Council!

    He’s responsible for getting legislation and regulations passed for security + technology infrastructure in public places. Things such as x-ray backscatter machines, the installation of which throughout casinos, Government buildings, Unis etc is believed to be the ultimate objective of this botched Deep State psy-ops!

    Murren dumped most of his MGM stock ($13.7 million worth) in the months leading up to the shooting.

    Suspicious much?

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/prime-suspect-ceo-of-mandalay-bay-james-murren-is-on-the-dhs-infrastructure-advisory-council/

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  25. Blacksmith8 says:

    I don’t and won’t burn brain cells, (what few I have left) on the degenerate ‘show’

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  26. jeans2nd says:

    This must be one of the worst stories ever concocted by the Hellywood screenwriters. If this is indicative of current movie content, is no wonder Hellywood is losing money.

    That said, Campos did give the Hellywood screenwriters little with which to work. Even Foolish Cat, let alone Revenge Cat, did not believe Campos’ original story, which would be laughable were it not so pathetic.

    And Campos is lying. Every body movement, every voice inflection, every shift of the eyes, just screams liar. The other guy, Schmuck, is just a useless id10t.

    They wanna push this crapweasel’s story AND the NFL down our throats, do they?

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  27. della calamaro says:

    Someone commented on lack of info on the shooting victims and funerals, etc. Here’s one funeral that happened last week: https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/homicides/funeral-set-for-las-vegas-shooting-victim-stacee-etcheber/

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  28. Melanie says:

    Occams Razor. Keep it simple. Gun Running Operation taken advantage of byThe Deep State.
    MY O My! All that Armor in a High Rise in Vegas? What an Opportunity for Gun Control ! Everyone is getting bogged down in the Spurious Details……………….On Purpose I May Add.
    I bet the CEOs in Vegas are pissed!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Keeping it simple includes having evidence to support your account of the events. There is zero evidence that there was a gun running operation.

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      • Symsense says:

        And what exactly is there evidence for? Did you investigate the crime scene yourself or just followed your preferred fake news leads?

        Paddock was clearly engaged in clandestine activity and or organized crime. His profile fits it to a T.

        But keep chasing the lasers on the wall given to you by the FBI

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      • So I suppose having 17 guns laid out around the hotel room like a show room, when 3 or 4 stacked next to the window is plenty for a lone shooter to cycle continuously on the crowd, doesn’t count as evidence that it was a botched gun running sting. Right. Oh and lets not forget the hidden cameras he set up everywhere. Nope, that doesn’t count either.

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  29. lurker99 says:

    Reading this article is the equivalent of about 4 weeks of talking heads spouting their less than 3d chess opinions on FBN………………………

    But I guess the cable news networks need the talking head personalities to stay in business …….

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  30. mimi says:

    One last observation, the “leaked crime scene photos” are all we have to speculate on what happened in the hotel. Even the later hallway scene photos are very incomplete. If the leaker is a white hat, why haven’t more photos been released? Who released them, couldn’t that person call a talk show or something similar? A few more facts could answer 90% of our questions.

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  31. trialbytruth says:

    Taking a step back from posts I made from earlier days.
    Mr Campos is not dead.

    Mr Campos is not brain dead.

    Mr Campos is not being used to flush out another shooter.

    New thoughts

    Mr Campos is being used by the Mandalay bay for PR

    Mr Campos is probably emotional damaged from all this.

    We now have an explanation for two doors one opened and one blocked.

    Drilling? Here is a rub. It actually makes sense that building folk hearing the recoil end of a bump fire might think it was a jack hammer.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Posted before complete

      Why did the sheriff talk about drilling to install cameras . something about drilling a hole between the two suites.

      Were they just making up info to fill what they thought witnesses were saying. Want to bet no drill on premise.

      Sure glad they won’t be doing any more press conferences. To much disinformation already.

      Campos may/probably an illegal. Still on Mandalay’s payroll. I did however find him and schmuck believable, staged but believable.FBI Sheriff not so much,

      So sad to lose so much faith.

      Where is the lone ranger when you need him

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  32. Coast says:

    This “interview” was nothing but a disingenuous sales job. Sad that as a society we can’t get to the bottom of such a horrendous event. Shame of Ellen for participating in this farce.

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  33. Aubergine says:

    The most significant statement in the entire interview comes from DeGeneres: “so you’re here to talk about this, and you’re not going to talk about it again.”

    So shut up American public, we’ve given you the crumbs, but we’re not going to allow this man to be asked anything probing in public. Nothing to see, nothing more to know, go away. I believe this man will not ever be allowed to speak, not even in a courtroom.

    We are being deceived.

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  34. worth mentioning again…19 days later…and not one single frame of video footage of paddock anywhere near the MB casino. 🤔

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  35. 180daysofkindergarten says:

    I have not watched the Ellen farce. I think her show is terrible and watching her is annoying to me. This entire LV story is bull crap. One huge stinking pile and Ellen just helped perpetuate it.
    The Weinstein story is the distraction. “Me Too” all over FB and we are supposed to move on.
    It makes me wonder how deep all this crap goes. Pretty damn deep if the distraction story completely destroys Democrat power players.
    I wonder where Trump is on all of this. I have to believe he has our backs otherwise life feels like it is being played out on a sound stage somewhere. Unreal.

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  36. sunnydaze says:

    Ellen gives them tickets to their favorite NFL teams at the end, as a “thank you”.

    Can’t make this stuff up.

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  37. Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

    If Campos is an illegal alien, he sure does speak good English! I know and worked with a lot of aliens, both legal and illegal, none of them speak English that well or without a Spanish accent.

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    • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

      Good find, kttycatt77. From the article:

      “Fearing Jesus Campos would ‘spill the beans’ about the timeline of the shooting if he was grilled by proper journalists, MGM, which owns the hotel where deranged gunman Stephen Paddock shot 600 people, insisted that security officer appear ONLY on only appear on Ellen, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively.”

      So Campos may or may not be who he claims to be but one thing is clear – he’s in the pocket of MGM. He’ll never have to work again. He’s more interested in protecting his own $$$ interests than in getting the truth out there, whatever the costs to the MGM.

      Definitely not a hero in my book.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        “if he was grilled by proper journalists” – probably they couldn’t find any, however…
        “deranged gunman Stephen Paddock” – Daily Fail is making a HUGE assumption there…
        “he’s in the pocket of MGM” – more likely a stick is involved, as opposed to a carrot.

        If the Klintoons or deep state are involved with this in any way, shape, or form, Arkancide is a popular destination for unneeded (discardable) friends or foes…

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  38. Ed. says:

    The whole shot in the leg, and bullet is still in there is BS, and here’s why. He was shot at relatively close range with a high powered rifle. No way the bullet doesn’t shatter a bone, or punch through muscle like a hot knife through butter.

    If he was shot at all which I have my doubts, he was shot low on the leg near the ankle, because he expected to see what was causing a burning sensation when he lifted his pants leg. So “IF” something was still in the leg, it must have only been a fragment. Could just as likely have been a splinter from the door as a bullet passed through, the hallway would have been peppered with flying fragments.

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    • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

      I don’t know that he was shot at close range. It sounds like he was walking down the hall and we don’t know how far he got. Neither do we know what caliber bullet was used.

      I mentioned this before but I know a number of people who still have bullets left in their body because of where the bullet ended up stopping. Sometimes you can cause more damage trying to remove the bullet than by leaving it. For example, I know one person who has a bullet in their brain because it stopped in the Circle of Willis. It would be way to dangerous to go in and try to remove it. They recovered fully and you would never guess they went through such a traumatic brain injury.

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    • Watcher says:

      The wound couldn’t have been to serious.
      Campos was struck in the right leg where the bullet remains, Hickey said, and will be removed by surgery at a later date. Campos was well enough to try to leave the hospital not long after the shooting, but was kept there by staff and police who wanted to monitor his injury and interview him about his ordeal.
      https://www.thedailybeast.com/unarmed-security-guard-jesus-campos-took-on-las-vegas-killer-stephen-paddock

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  39. C.U. Denizen says:

    The recent MGM-Mandalay Bay-Las Vegas-Massacre TV show (reported here by Sundance and others) is ‘supposed’ to distract from these two hardly mentioned facts related to ‘following the money’, right?:

    (1) According to this article in Las Vegas Review-Journal-Aug 23, 2017, The CEO,James Murren of MGM Resorts (which owns Mandalay Bay),has seemingly put MGM in bed with an organization that has ties to Islamic terrorism.

    https://www.reviewjournal.com/opinion/opinion-columns/wayne-allyn-root/commentary-mgms-ceo-risks-angering-many-of-his-customers/

    “Murren announced last week that MGM will match employee contributions to a collection of groups that include extreme leftist organizations and Muslim advocacy outfits.”

    (2) It’s currently ‘unclear’ why Murren chose to sell 80% of the shares he owned in his company on July 31st and August 9, 2017, … roughly two weeks before he used company statement and shareholder money to offend 63 million Trump voters by his (MGM’s) above mentioned support of Southern Poverty Law Center and CAIR?

    This question has been clearly raised several times, including the article published Oct 9, 2017, by William Craddick a the blog Disobedient Media:

    https://disobedientmedia.com/2017/10/what-was-going-on-with-mgm-resorts-in-september/

    Who can explain the timing of the dumping of 80% stock ownership by the MGM CEO, James Murren, one month or so before this terrorist attack on a Country Music Festival? …Not to mention, a music festival attended largely by those who just happen to be Trump and MAGA supporters, AND those victims of this horrible attack just happen to be the public and constant target of the so-called Resistance Movement that this MGM CEO has just offered how many millions of dollars in support? These two money issues should be front and center in the public press and for the DOJ/FBI, right?

    I am hearing only crickets so far!

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  40. Mike diamond says:

    How long had. Campos worked at casino where is he from where was he born? He is a unarmed security guard ! Where were the armed guards?? Where were the Vegas police??? Why did he agree Togo on Ellen’s show??? The whole thing is weird!! He talked like a pre script, even Ellen seemed so strict to stay on script!

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  41. LilAngel says:

    If Campos and Schuck are such ‘heroes’, why did it take smoke alarms to lead law enforcement to Paddock’s room, as originally reported? http://archive.is/I0s9W

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      LOL…I think that was version 1.2…..so long ago with several mystifying door alarm, door ajar, sounds of drilling, versions that followed BUT we do know that according to the officers that stormed the room that the smoke alarms were working and went off when the breached the door…
      One day, if we hold onto these early archived accounts it will be amazing to count how many stories have emerged (and continue) about why they went up there!

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  42. POP says:

    This perp had a point to make.
    There will be evidence or a note somewhere or his point is lost to the world.
    Unless it wasn’t nutter event but an operation or transaction, then there will not be a note.

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  43. Watcher says:

    I can’t understand the Mandalay bay not cooperating with LE about videos. Just makes no sense, what are they hiding? Liability is an issue I know, but would video change it that much. Is MGM going to try to shift responsibility to the LVPD and therefore the city of Las Vegas?

    BTW above the broken windows are cameras that would show the fields of fire.

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  44. Bubba says:

    Campos was mostly serious & sullen until the end of the interview. He couldn’t hold back his smile any longer and then had to hide his head below the check.

    The False Flag must have tickled him.

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  45. MickTurn says:

    SO Ellen is now a 4 star General in the Leftist Army of Stupidity?

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