Report: Las Vegas Shooting Witness “Hero” Jose Campos Fled to Mexico Immediately After Shooting…

If any more concerning information was needed to add fuel to growing skepticism of the official Mandalay Bay Massacre narrative the latest information is exponentially concerning.

According to border crossing documents provided to Fox News Tucker Carlson, the Mandalay Bay employee, eyewitness and security guard (labeled hero), Jose’ Campos, fled to Mexico immediately after the Las Vegas shooting and resurfaced a week later driving back through the San Diego crossing.


Why officials would allow Campos to leave the country immediately after the shooting only leads to further speculation about the official story, his attachment to a manufactured narrative and his immigration status.

Obviously without honest, consistent or reliable information from officials; and considering their official position not to conduct any further press conferences; and accepting Jose Campos is now being tightly managed by Mandalay Bay to include no further media questioning; speculation will fill the void.

That said, the behavior outlined in the latest revelation would lend more credibility to the original concern that Jose Campos is an illegal alien and returned to the U.S. only after gaining assurances from national officials (FBI/DHS) that his status would not be used against him in turn for cooperation.

If Jesus “Jose” Campos is indeed an illegal alien almost all of the challenging and conflicting reports from law enforcement, Mandalay Bay and the FBI begin to reconcile.

Think about it. The legal risk to MGM as a corporation, and Mandalay Bay hotel and Casino specifically, becomes transparent if their employment verification standards would allow an illegal alien to find a job as a security guard.

This would explain the local and national concerns within the larger political and national security apparatus. Think about how dramatically the national conversation could shift if the FBI and Department of Homeland Security had to admit the security of thousands of people in Las Vegas was compromised by non secure hiring practices.

This would also explain why Campos was unarmed; he would not pass a state or federal background check to carry a firearm. Was Jose Campos in fear of his status being discovered? Did this delay or impede his action on Sunday night October 1st?

Factually, the possibility of Campos illegal status would represent a transparent risk to all stakeholders in the event and lead directly toward a position of legal amnesty.

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.

Previously, Ellen Degeneres, an insider within the entertainment industry, and a stakeholder in the outcome, was a friendly venue to control Campos interview and shape the “hero” narrative.

(Via Daily Mail) Mandalay Bay shooting hero Jesus Campos was pressured into giving his only interview to Ellen DeGeneres because the giant company that owns the Las Vegas casino feared he would spill the beans about the shooting timeline if he was grilled by real journalists, has learned exclusively.

MGM is worried that families of the 58 people murdered as well as many of the 546 injured in the Mandalay Bay massacre will launch lawsuits potentially worth billions of dollars against the company, sources tell

And they thought Campos might not keep his story straight under the pressure of the TV lights and tough questioning. (link)

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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424 Responses to Report: Las Vegas Shooting Witness “Hero” Jose Campos Fled to Mexico Immediately After Shooting…

  1. MIKE says:

    Fact: We are mushrooms. Kept in the dark and fed you know what.
    Opinion: paddock didn’t go to Mandalay to shoot up a crowd of magas. He went there to sell weapons. He was picked by the real perps for this role. Probably the buyers were Isis. “The deal” went south for your reason here. Paddock killed by perps. (They never release a headshot photo in these situations, they want us to see a clear cut suicide photo.) buyers transmit via your comm. device here to others, “we are in.” AHBL as the buyers commence fire and campos arrives on the scene of either a supposed expert marksman or platoon of allahs best and gets a flesh wound.!
    Campos knew whos doing the shooting and can’t be silenced for your reason here. So he was coached, had support brought in from building maint. division by Steve, and is allowed to roam, or he ran away from not home. Perps have to use body double for Ellen’s dance party.
    Pretty sure: more than one shooter. That wasn’t sniping that was a firefight.

    Liked by 5 people

    • MIKE says:

      Also, with each passing hour our chances of knowing the truth dwindle immensely. Glad Tucker Carlson and CTH won’t let the perps sweep this all under the rug. Tomorrow we find out if it takes longer than 54 years to get “the truth”.

      Liked by 11 people

    • I’m gonna go with this one

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    • scott467 says:

      “Opinion: paddock didn’t go to Mandalay to shoot up a crowd of magas. He went there to sell weapons.”



      There were what, around 15 AR15s and one or two AR10s?

      The ones in the photo appeared to be Daniel Defense, which are expensive ($1,700 to $2,300 each for the AR15s (5.56 x 45):

      And $3,000 to $3,200 each for the AR10s (7.62 x 51):

      And apparently he bought all of them at retail, via FFL licensed gun dealers with background checks on every one. That means that if those weapons are ever used in a crime, they WILL be traced back to Paddock’s original purchase.

      That’s not a very smart way to traffic in firearms.

      And why have the sale/transfer in a hotel room? It is difficult to get them UP to the hotel room, and just as difficult to get them OUT of the hotel room after the supposed sale.

      And why were they all assembled? Much easier to transport (and conceal) in the original packaging as it was purchased, with the upper and lower disassembled (possibly in separate boxes).

      And why all the SureFire 100-round magazines? Anybody can buy those online and have then shipped wherever you want.

      And why LOAD all of the magazines? If ISIS (or anyone else) was buying rifles, certainly they can acquire their own ammo and load their own magazines?

      And how much profit could Paddock possibly make, when he paid retail prices for all of the rifles?

      Even if he was able to charge a $1,000 premium per rifle, he’s a multimillionaire taking an insane risk for a $17,000 payday.

      This is a guy who gambles hundreds of thousands of dollars at a time. Wherever that money comes from (he may be laundering it through the video poker game system), there’s no way he’s making all that money buying AR15s at retail price in his own name with background checks, the volume would have to be off the charts, even if he was making a $1,000 (or even $2,000) profit per rifle.

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      • Bakokitty says:

        All very logical questions, none of this makes sense for arms running. I am starting to think this was a terrorist attack. Or …?
        I think the FBI is hiding info, the LE from Vegas are being gag ordered. The angst of the sherrif was very odd, like a man really pressured to cover up something he doesn’t want to do. Very odd behavior for the head of a LE dept. just my thoughts here.

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        • mike says:

          I worry about the sherrif’s health – we all know how accident prone that keepers of compromising State secrets become…

          Liked by 3 people

        • BobinFL says:

          Seems like there is a gag order on the majority of the media on this too. In normal circumstances the LSM would be doggedly beating everyone involved over the head with questions, surprise interviews, full page stories of witness interviews etc. But the conversation has been almost completely shut down – nothing from the autorities, LSM, Vegas govt, witnesses, family of the dead and wounded. Even the gun control enthusiasts seem to have gone silent. Almost as if the authorities know something they don’t want out there for the general public and someone turned the spigot off across all information flow.
          I am beginning to lean back towards an ISIS attack. Suspicious cat here…..

          Liked by 5 people

          • Bakokitty says:

            Me tto, I am leaning that direction as well. Everything else is so convoluted, with no logic, and the frequent change in the story,
            that you almost have to go with the most outrageous therory as it has become the more logical point of view.


        • Lori Gene says:

          I believe Paddock was part of a terrorist plot and he supplied the guns. I believe the terrorist may have killed Paddock and carried out the attack themselves. There’s also many reports of multiple shooters (from every direction, not just Mandalay Bay) through eyewitness accounts and videos…. the government needs to stop lying to us!!

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          • Bakokitty says:

            I agree, the audio from the female taxi driver parked under the front entranced to MB clearly sounded like two distinct gun fire at one point overlapping. So I believe there were at least two shooters.


      • hippielouie says:



      • USMCLt says:

        If you have read any of Matthew Bracken’s Foreign and Domestic” trilogy, you easily see that the Vegas shooting crime scene was carefully staged for maximum visual impact for the dumb masses.

        As a practical matter, a single shooter would only need a couple of rifles, at most. The placement of the two chairs in a kind of sniper perch made no sense, as they were too far inside the room, limiting the field of fire. Experts have said that the “bump stocks” are not compatible with bipods, which makes sense. And, most convincingly, a person who puts a handgun to his mouth to blow his brains out will most certainly NOT be lying neatly on his back with a bipod equipped AR straddling his left shin.

        Bracken’s books portrayed rogue BATF agents engaging in this sort of scene rigging in the interest of pushing for extreme gun control. Think Fast and Furious.

        The Vegas shooting occurred right before a major piece of gun legislation was coming up for Congressional consideration. That legislation, The Hearing Protection Act of 2015 (HR 3799), was on the verge of a comeback when the Vegas shooting took place. The Bill has now been tabled again indefinitely. Deep State mission accomplished!

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        • Ftwphil says:

          Yes it reads like his first book.


        • George Hicks says:

          lying neatly on his back with a bipod equipped AR straddling his left shin.
          I noticed that in the photo too. There’s no way the rifle could be straddling his shin. By the laws of gravity, that would have to happen AFTER he was prone out on the floor.


        • scott467 says:

          “As a practical matter, a single shooter would only need a couple of rifles, at most.”


          Except or unless you are planning to fire in approximation of full auto with a bump-stock, and using SureFire 100-round magazines, both of which are notorious for jamming the rifle.

          Not to mention the barrel getting hot.

          The LAST thing you want to do is run out of firepower, so you bring as much as you can.

          When one rifle jams, if it doesn’t clear immediately (or clear by swapping the notoriously unreliable SureFire 100-round magazines), drop it and pick up the next rifle and go on. That explains the multiple bump-stocks too. I don’t know how long it takes to remove a bumpstock from one rifle and attach it to the next, but definitely longer than you want to be dealing with in the middle of a firefight and/or massacre.


      • MIKE says:

        The audio I heard from concert goers’, cab drivers, cellphone videos tells me the gun shots did not come from legal semi-automatic 15s or 10s, even with the novelty bump fire stock installed. I’m thinking the weapons used disappeared with the real shooters. His suite so close to the four seasons may be why the possible transaction took place there. I understand the trillions of dollars of MB’s money up for grabs in litigation, but Campos, wherever he is knows or knew more than powerful people wanted him to.
        sure it is tough to get weapons in and out. Have we seen any video at all, from possibly the most videotaped location in the world? No. Paddock doesn’t seem to be a flashy guy at all, and I agree he was a high stakes gambler(good for the contrived narrative also), but was he too cheap to buy a pair of gloves that would allow maximum dexterity and afford better heat insulation to commit some of the most accurate, against-all-odds shooting seen in the history of Mankind? Instead we are shown a photo of his left hand clad in a $1.99/pair of cotton gardening gloves, more suited to handling weapons he may not want his prints all over, than to stage what they want us to believe.
        His alleged shot-to-hit ratio makes Carlos Hathcock or Chris Kyle look like founding members of “the gang that couldn’t shoot straight”. Achieved by a semi-automatic off the shelf weapon with a novelty item installed on it to the detriment of the weapons’ accuracy. yet at almost point blank all he can muster is a superficial wound to Campos, through the closed half of a double door, (the one off its’ hinges) when the other half of the door(still on its’ hinges) was apparently wide open, for I can’t see a single bullet hole in it.
        Might as well just dub this crime scene ” Area 32″ and get it over with.

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        • nimrodman says:

          “His alleged shot-to-hit ratio makes Carlos Hathcock or Chris Kyle look like founding members of “the gang that couldn’t shoot straight”.

          How much of a “sniper” did he really have to be?
          A concert photo for illustration:


          • MIKE says:

            Is that from The Who in Cincinnati? I get your point. But there are several reports of victims with multiple gunshot wounds. If I gave Carlos or Chris a 1911 and put a live body 15 FEET in front of them, I would bet several paychecks neither could put 3 rounds in the thoracic region within 3 seconds. we are to believe this guy did it from 1700 YARDS with a semi-auto long gun equipped with a device that all but nullifies any accuracy that weapon had. Further, a scope would be worthless in conjunction with the bump fire stock accessory. Multiple shooters. That’s my point. Maybe the multiple wound victims stories, and the guy on video claiming his buddy was hit three times in the chest, is false.


            • scott467 says:

              “If I gave Carlos or Chris a 1911 and put a live body 15 FEET in front of them, I would bet several paychecks neither could put 3 rounds in the thoracic region within 3 seconds.”


              And the people are standing more or less still?

              5 yards, three rounds in three seconds?

              I would take that bet in a heartbeat… if I was a gambler.

              One round per second is easy aimed fire speed (like counting one-Mississippi FIRE!, two-Mississippi FIRE!, three Mississippi FIRE!), and 5 yards is closer than standard self-defense target practice range.

              They should be able to put three shots within an inch or less from each other in about one second at 5 yards with a 1911.

              I’m pretty sure even Granny from the Beverly Hillbillies could pull that off 😉

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      • But then again can you 100 % believe they were actually bought retail ??? And the mags were full ???


      • Alligator Gar says:

        Unless Stephen Paddock is a cut-out. With no on-line presence, no associates except whacko gf, some sketchy bros and a mom who has been invisible, he’s a nobody, IMHO he doesn’t exist. We will never know who the dead guy in the MB suite is.

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      • Rurik says:

        Agree that the arms dealing scenario dosn’t work. But what if this was intended to be another demonstration and painful lesson on the hazards of letting a crazy such as Paddock (or Lanza) have access to firearms. More and more this is beginning to look to me like a second attempt at a “Fast And Furious” on steroids incident to convince us to accept gun confiscation. And if a bunch of gun-lovin’ Conservative peasants get killed, that’s not a bug but a feature.


        • jello333 says:

          Oh boy, if I ever find out someone put Adam Lanza up to it, they better hope I never meet them face-to-face. The one thing that made the Sandy Hook killings even more tragic than they already were was that the killer was such a sad, pathetic figure. If I just saw some pics of the guy and didn’t know what he had done, I’d feel real, real sorry for him.


      • dbobway says:

        The rifles in the photo of the room and the shell casings had no gun powder residue on them.
        They looked right of the shelf. These weapons barrels would be white hot and burn carpet and the couches clothe material. Even 72 minutes after police entered in the room the smoke would be intense.

        Why can’t they shut me and others up by answering 2 questions.
        1) The report says 197 people had bullet wounds and 59 lethal. Were they all .223 rounds that wounded and murdered these innocent souls?

        2) If I walked the pavement of the shooting site. Were all the bullet entries entering the pavement at the same angle?

        What would keep them from releasing this information? If they were telling the truth, these 2 questions would answer important information for public safety.

        Are there men who killed innocent Americans by the hundreds walking free in our country.

        If Law enforcement wants get respect? It is time they started doing the job they’re paid to do.
        Protect the citizens of our country.


    • Sunshine says:

      Trust me: this guy Campos – a popular surname – We don’t know what he really looks like and we don’t even know if the name on the security staff log is truly Campos. I, for one, do not believe his name was Campos.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Just because we normal people can’t comprehend shooting a bunch of strangers at a concert doesn’t mean Paddock was part of some conspiracy or that his act was anything other than what it superficially appears to be. I think about the BTK guy, Dennis Rader, who appeared to lead a normal life and people who were around him thought he was such a nice guy, and yet he tortured and killed 10 people.


    • joninmd22 says:

      The weapons recovered at MB were legally purchased and registered to Paddock.

      No one would sell legally purchased weapons to terrorists or even street thugs that could be traced back to them and only an idiot would sell long guns in a casino teeming with people. Only a bigger idiot would bring the ammo along with all those guns. Only the most idiotic person on God’s green earth would supply loaded magazines in with an illegal gun deal..

      As Nicholas Cage opined in “Lords of War”, “The first and most important rule of gun-running is, never get shot with your own merchandise.”

      That does not discount that there’s plenty incredible twists in this tragedy, especially that the computer hard drive has gone missing.


  2. andi lee says:


    Will you add this photo, please?
    Makes a nice book-end.

    “Village Staff”
    – property mgmt

    Liked by 8 people

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      This photo only exemplifies how self-absorbed i-phone addicts are
      and how they are apparently oblivious to the real world around them.

      Liked by 6 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Is this photo-shopped?

      That Veraciously Jen twitter feed is beyond weird.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Charlie says:

      looks photo shopped

      Liked by 1 person

    • covfefe999 says:

      Untrained civilians might stand around casually using their phones when there’s a break in the shooting, because they are ignorant. Trained police officers will not do that. We have also seen videos of concert-goers walking casually through the venue after the first round of shooting … but throw themselves to the ground when the second round starts. This has been discussed elsewhere, people who have never been in a situation like this, especially if they are drunk, will not act as you expect them to when you are applying your expectations after you already know what happened (i.e., Monday morning quarterbacking, or whatever it’s called).


      • TexasRanger says:

        There is no crowd in this photo, there’s 4 police officers and 3 civilians

        This is a grouping of 7 people.

        The first thing a police officer is trained to do is secure the scene-his immediate area and to protect innocent bystanders.

        In this case the appropriate action would be to take cover. And, an officer with authority would tell the idiot bystanders to take cover and get their asses down now.! Maybe a hero officer would go grab them by the collar and drag their ass down. It’s an officers job to be cool and protect idiot civilians from themselves and others.

        “Police Do Not Just Ignore Bystanders or Intruders” at a crime or accident scene.

        Haven’t you ever noticed police at a crime scene – active or other wise, even accidents etc. the first thing police do is take control and keep people out and away from the scene.

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        • keebler AC ovfefe says:

          Time lapse photo. Onlookers still standing about. One turns around with back to Mandalay Bay. The 3 officers still static in same poses. You would think seeing the 45 or so dead bodies lying on the ground, the onlookers would take cover seeing the police hide. None are texting now.


        • keebler AC ovfefe says:


          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Look real close at the photo. Are the windows at the end of the tower on the 32nd floor popped out? I don’t see any windows popped out, but I could be missing something…

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            • jello333 says:

              Up till now, I admit I hadn’t paid a lot of attention to the discussion about this picture. But I just now looked at it closely for the first time. My God! If that picture is real, it’s about the most fake-looking, most staged-looking “real” picture I’ve ever seen. :/

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            • Llamamama3 says:

              Culpa, I can’t see the windows well enough to know. However, what I see in this picture is the “officer” with yellow vest is still in position as the picture above. The Harvest staff person, appears to me, to be standing in front of this “officer’s” weapon!
              These photos don’t look real to me!


              • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                A good see! The onlooker is facing the police and the butt of the rifle is pointed too dangerously close toward him. Most people would instinctively veer away from gun shot radius.


            • keebler AC ovfefe says:

              Here’s the broken windows photo. You have to count 6 floors down from the top of the vertical columns. I can’t see anything indicative of broken windows on it, but I’m thinking someone photoshopped the 31st floor – incorrectly!

              Also shooting from the window in the main suite is an oblique angle to where most of the victims were said to be found at near stagefront, and must have been more difficult.


              • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                Photoshopped 31st floor in the night photo of police


                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  Yep. Speaking of looking closely, there’s a billboard with a “horns of horus” holding what looks to be a beer bottle on the Route 91 Harvest building/whatever (on the left).

                  Add that to the pyramid and Cheops next door, it’s REALLY creepy…


          • TexasRanger says:

            Real Police would just never allow this at an active crime scene.!

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    • George Hicks says:

      It just struck me of what this picture reminds me of…
      That silhouette photo of Charlie’s Angels

      Liked by 1 person

    • George Hicks says:

      Reminds me of that silhouette photo of Charlie’s Angels


  3. angusmcgeef says:

    After almost a month, what the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay massacre investigators are doing… hiding or distorting the facts, the timelines, and mismanagement of the evidence, is beyond contemptible because it seems to be so obvious, deliberate and premeditated…right in the public’s face.

    These local and federal agency incompetents mock the scientific principals of the modern forensic process; which should be of itself identified and prosecuted as a criminal subterfuge.

    But what is the remedy when parts of the DOJ itself that have run amok?

    Fidelity-Bravery-Integrity is now just an empty slogan. Dismantle the FBI and start anew.

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  4. txjohn says:

    Let’s just start saying this…we will never know.
    They are piling it on so deep…we will never know.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Beverly says:

    They’re also now saying that Paddock’s computer that was in the hotel room was missing its hard drive.

    Who took it? the authorities are claiming he removed it, but if so, why bring the computer? and if not him, who Did take it? He could have had a confederate who shot him, took the hard drive, and scarpered out of there.

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  6. Joeknuckles says:

    I’m at the Mandalay Bay now. Heavy security at the elevators. 2 guards at each hub. I can’t tell if they are armed. If not they are sure carrying a lot of crap on their belts. I assume at least some of them are armed. I haven’t seen where the freight elevators are yet. As far as I can tell, all the hallway/room configuration is the same on each floor (at least most of them. I’m on the 22nd floor. If you walk to the end of the hallway, you see the double doors for the suite at the end. It looks just like the pictures I’ve seen of Paddock’s room. Facing the door, on the left is door to the stairwell. Inside that door is room about 4′ x 5′, then another door to the actual stairway. I retraced what would have been Campos’ steps (if the story is true). He supposedly came down from the floor above and found the inside door stuck closed, then he went to the elevator and came down the 32nd floor and walked to the end of the hall (toward Paddock’s room) and entered through the exterior door to the stairwell and found the bracket holding the door shut, turned around and exited that little room and the door slammed shut behind him as he started walking back down the hall (away from Paddock’s room), then the shooting started and he ran to the nearest alcove. Like I said, I retraced his steps (though on a different floor) and it felt to me like it could have happened that way.
    You can’t get close to the “crime scene” (meaning the concert venue, though the whole strip may be a crime scene) at all. You can’t even walk on that side of the street. They have cop cars parked all around the place with lights flashing 24/7 still. They are supposedly still investigating. I sure hope they are, but I wonder if they are just making sure nobody else can do any investigating.

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  7. Aguila2011 says:

    Suckers! You think “security” is provided to protect you? No way! It is there to protect the money and the property. If you don’t know that you are pretty dumb. Go look up what the US Supreme Court had to say about law enforcements job in protecting citizens. That is NOT their job.

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    • Eric says:

      Learned that lesson during the George Zimmerman trial

      Liked by 1 person

    • Your are 100% correct. My grandfather had his car stolen from a senior citizens complex parking lot. The kicker the battery was dead. It turns out the security guard on the premises helped the criminal jump the car! Yeah really. My grandfather sued the place after the car never turned up. Judge found the place not guilt. Sorry Mr. Patten the perp stole your car not the senior place.
      P.S. it was a cherry red 1959 Pontiac Catalina soooo sad. Probably in Cuba

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    • TexasRanger says:

      You must have went to the Roger Goodell NFL school of management. Protect the money that’s in the coffers and the property-the players, and everything else will be ok.

      Sorry, that’s just not how it works.! The NFL ignored their fans – customer base, they did not and have not done what‘s right for their customers. Now the NFL is suffering huge losses. Check it out.!

      I do not believe that Las Vegas Owners and Management are that stupid – as stupid as the NFL.

      So you‘d say, Vegas Law Enforcement is trained to protect the money (Golden Egg – 1 Days Take) and the property (Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs) – and all is well.!

      No – Sorry, but Vegas is smarter than that, they know that unless there are players-customers to feed the Goose, the Goose soon stops laying them golden eggs and then the Goose eventually dies from lack of nourishment – i.e. because Customers and their feed money stops coming.!

      If a place develops a reputation as unsafe, insecure and dangerous people will stay away. The citizens – visitors – clientele – customers must be protected and made to feel safe and secure in your environment if you expect them to patronize your city-business-property.

      Average people just cant’ have fun in a dangerous place where they are not protected. A business – any business’s main asset is their Customers – without customers they cannot exist and they die.!

      Simply put, without customers there is no more money coming in to sustain your business and your property is soon a worthless liability.!

      This may be a difficult concept or logic for some to understand but, it’s just pure common sense.

      Oh, and please provide a link to your source information for only protecting money and property.


      • Amy1212 says:

        Here I s the link that discusses the court rulings where it found the police have no duty to protect. SCOTUS declined to review so the rulings stand. The article has links to the actual cases.

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        • TexasRanger says:

          Amy1212 – Touché

          You are absolutely right….

          Jim Doherty, Police officer for 20+ years serving at local, state, and federal levels.

          The phrase “protect and serve” is a motto adopted by some police departments (the first being the LAPD in the mid-1950’s). It is not the only law enforcement motto.

          The Illinois State Police motto is “Integrity. Service. Pride.” The NYPD motto is “Courtesy. Professionalism. Respect.” The FBI’s motto is “Fidelity. Bravery. Integrity.” They’re all going for a similar ethic, but it’s not part of the oath.

          Typically, a police officer’s oath goes something like this:

          “I (name), do solemnly swear that I will uphold and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States, the Constitution and laws of (whatever state they’re serving in or employed by), the charter and ordinances of (whatever county they’re serving in or employed by), and the charter and ordinances of (whatever municipality employs them), and will, to the best of my ability, faithfully execute the duties of a (whatever the official title of the position is, state trooper, county sheriff’s deputy, municipal police officer, etc.), and that I take this obligation freely, without mental reservation, or purpose of evasion.”

          Federal cops swear to uphold the Constitution and laws of the United States, but not those of states, counties, or municipalities.

          Protecting and serving the public is part of the job, and therefore, I suppose, implicitly one of the “duties of a police officer” one is swearing to “faithfully execute,” but it’s not an explicit part of the oath.

          And sometimes, protecting and serving the public and protecting and serving an individual can come into conflict. Which is what the SCOTUS justices recognized when they made their decision.

          The Police officers Oath

          SO HELP ME GOD.
          (Sample Oath)

          When any officer is hired or completes their police academy they are required to take an oath. Too often as time wears on the police officer has forgotten their oath but do continue doing the best job they can for the department they serve. Police officers in the past took their oath to heart and worked hard and long hours serving their community.

          They didn’t ask for raises or promotions or a pat on the back, they did their job until the day arrived they were eligible for one position or another. The police stuck together as family back then as they do today.

          Police officers today do an incredible job considering everything that is required of them. First, they must understand the law before they can enforce it. Society has given them the dirty job of policing people or areas they themselves wouldn’t do if given the responsibility.

          Police are held accountable for all actions good or bad. Police have to respond to dangerous calls sometimes without knowing all of the facts or details of the incident they are rolling in on. A domestic may have started out with some arguing before a gun came into the picture. Police officers are trained at the police academy for such incidents and that doesn’t necessarily prepare them for the unexpected that can occur. When these type incidents happen, it can mean the death of a police officer(s).

          Anytime a person becomes a police officer they take on a great deal of responsibility. They sometimes must go where others fear and or engage in a life and death struggle with a suspect. Enough good cannot be written or said about the police officer.

          They are the force that protects us day and night 24/7 or prevents greater disasters from occurring when they can. Police officers have saved more lives than taking any and must always be prepared to do whatever is required of them by their agencies.

          Most officers participate in children and elderly programs. They help the elderly with programs that can keep them safe from harm, abuse or fraud. They help the children in recognizing the benefits of being good and staying away from gangs, drugs or what to do if abused. This time is usually donated at the officer’s expense and because they believe in helping our elderly, and our young ones to grow up morally and right.

          The next time you see a police officer remember that they are only human, have taken their oath and that they are trying to do their best in making society a better and safer place for you and I to live.

          By Jim Heitmeyer on March 29, 2010, From:

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      • DeWalt says:

        I hear that cr@p all the time , the Supreme Court says. Where does the USSC have any say in ruling what LE’s job is. That is a state matter and I know what our state says about it. I took an oath that spells it out clearly.


  8. nwtex says:

    Liked by 5 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      Been there, done that. Prayers for this family.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Glenn Stehle says:

      Died of a broken heart.

      God bless their souls.

      Liked by 5 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      When I looked at the initial pictures of the massacre I saw this guy and it made me cry. He was lying face down. I don’t know why seeing him touched me more than seeing any of the other victims, but it did. it was days later I found out he was in the military and then became a police officer. No ordinary guy in many respects. And now to find out his mother passed away too. I feel so bad for their friends and family.


      • nwtex says:

        Interesting….very interesting, covfefe999! I wonder what that was about. Some sort of connection, huh. Well, anyway, bless your tender heart.
        The People piece is quite moving.
        This really “got” me:
        “I talked to the chaplain of Metro,” Ralston said. “He told me she kept saying ‘Oh I want to stay, I want to be with Charleston,’ that she wanted to die.”


  9. If this tight lipped ship released info. about
    his laptop missing its HD then you can be sure
    it’s meant to mislead and is part of the covering up. That being said.. it’s no coincidence that the same day they announce they found child porn on his brothers HD.
    Same HD I wonder?
    Do they want us to come to this conclusion?

    Liked by 5 people

  10. JM Covfefe says:

    Hey y’all, Hillary says she didn’t do anything wrong. Do you really want to hang her before we have a trial?
    Aw, never mind. Hang the evil biotech.

    Liked by 1 person

    • BeePee says:

      Happy birthday, Hillary. You made it to 3 score plus 10. If of strength maybe you will make it to 4 score (you’re not). I don’t want anything bad to happen on your birthday. But tomorrow……….

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  11. covfefe999 says:

    They have official records of his border crossings … if Campos were an illegal, now with Trump as President and the border patrol doing their jobs again, would be have been allowed back in? I wonder if he’s a DACA recipient. He seems to have been in the country a long time, he has the type of accent that US-born bilingual hispanics have.

    Liked by 1 person

    • CheetoGuido says:

      correct, if he is illegal then I don’t think he can go back and forth as he wishes. I worked at a HS last year and a student’s grandparent passed away, he mentioned that although he was traveling to Mexico for the funeral, his parents were not because they did not have papers. He has to have some sort of status that allows travel back and forth using actual legal entry points.


  12. And just like Sandy Hook , WHERE are the families. Not a peep not an interview no more suits being mentioned. It’s like it never happened.
    But the brother is in deep do do ..

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  13. dbethd says:

    Laura Loomer had an interview with a concert goer who said the shooter was close and she and others felt like they were being chased by a shooter.

    Here is also a link to the transcribed police scanner audio from LV that reports multiple shooters, and there’s testimony from another concert goer also stating multiple shooters.

    Eye witness account in a different casino says multiple shooters (video below).

    This whole thing is just one big cover-up.

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  14. cdnintx says:

    It has been reported by MSM that the guns were all bought legally and registered to Paddock. Is there anyway to know this for sure? If this is the truth, then there is no reason I can think of that Paddock would be doing anything illegal with them as they are tied right back to him. He wouldn’t run guns or drugs or traffic kids if they were all in his name. Criminals aren’t good enough citizens to buy and register their owns guns are they?

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Unless “Paddock” was a cut-out and didn’t exist. The dead guy in the MB room? Who knows who he is. If we can speculate there is no “Campos” we certainly can entertain the notion that “Paddock” is a false name to mislead. IMHO there is no Paddock–“he’s” a fake ID to mislead.

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  15. Rob1 says:

    Assuming Campos is an illegal alien from Mexico: does it make any sense for him to flee to Mexico, in order to avoid being deported to Mexico? I don’t know. Maybe he thought he could broker a better deal from there. And I hope authorities would do a deal with him. Getting to the bottom of this case is more important than punishing one illegal immigrant.

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  16. jmclever says:

    Also problematic that all stake holders are working together so closely to present the same false narrative: a major corporation, federal and local law enforcement, news media and city of Las Vegas

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Texmom says:

    Let’s just not let this thing die. We owe it to ourselves, the victims and our country to keep this story alive and keep digging.

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Everything seems to be one big cluster-kill. There’s a war going on for control of this country and people are literally dying by the thousands.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. jmclever says:

    The irony is that in their attempts at CYA to keep the tourists coming, they will drive away the tourists because of the stench of the cover up. Nothing says unsafe like obvious narrative spinning

    Liked by 3 people

  20. James W Crawford says:

    Let us be blunt.
    Given the conflicting narratives presented and the missing hard drive, we should investigate the possibility that Campos was a very willing accomplice. We are then leadto wonder If this mass shooting was terrorism committed by an alliance between Pjilipines based Islamics and Le Raza Mexican supremicists who perhaps have converted to islam.


  21. dbethd says:

    ANOTHER eye witness account of multiple shooters I just found.

    “Didn’t know where it was coming from. I will stick to my story that there were multiple shooters. You could hear well coordinated gunfire, it was coming from all directions. When we ran, we ended up between a tour bus and a white trailer. The gunfire started to get closer to us as if someone was walking our way.”

    “It sounded like multiple shooters that night. The gunfire changed directions — sounded low and high. It got louder as the gunman approached us. That night the security personnel searching us when we entered the venue seemed off. We had a bad feeling when we had to interact with them. It wasn’t the ‘I hate my job’ look. It was that nasty, sizing you up and down and then when their eyes met yours … pure hate. It’s a feeling that I won’t forget. I believe there were a lot of people involved in pulling this shooting off. We will never know the truth. Vegas is a tourist destination. If it gets out that there were multiple shooters and only one person was caught, our tourist economy will take a heavy hit.”

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  22. mimi says:

    All I want is a few verifiable facts from LE. Then many theories could be discarded or refined. All we get is more mud. Like a previous poster said, it’s as if they want conspiracy theories. But maybe I’m the crazy one, because I imagine the sheeple will continue to visit Las Vegas, just look at the Vegas Strong concert.

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  23. gandiji says:

    How long was Campos out of the country? Was in the US at the time of his “awards ceremony”?
    Did he drive himself hundreds of miles with a wound to the leg?
    Is there hotel video showing him going up to the 32nd floor? (There will be, unless he used the stairs, which may or may not also have cameras).
    Who else went up to Paddock’s floor when he was there? (Every one of them will be on camera from the elevators).

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  24. MAGA-choose-it says:

    Las V having been a stage-acted FEMA-drill type of event (aka didn’t happen, but did and does involve people being leveraged into being actors), perhaps Jose Campos is in a situation similar to that of illegal alien Carlos Arredondo.

    Arredondo, who was compelled to act the part of “cowboy hat hero” at the Boston bombing stage-acted FEMA-drill type of event (aka didn’t happen),d was given U.S. citizenship for his role of Boston “hero.”


  25. stinkfoot63 says:

    This certainly dignifies conspiracy theories.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Watcher says:

    Another loan wolf casino attack, suicide, case closed. Manila Philippines 6/4/2017.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Don Frame says:

    I wasn’t aware any casino had armed guards that are not police or armored car guards. Generally speaking, those corporations don’t want the liability of arming their guards meaning Campos would’ve escaped the more stringent check except for the event.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. James W Crawford says:

    If Campos was afraid of being deported because he was an illegal alien, why would he deport himself by fleeing to Mecico?
    Campis fled to Mexico because he was afraid of being identified as sn accomplice.


  29. Bendix says:

    Instead of talking about something she knows nothing about, insider Ellen should be talking about the Weinstein scandal, shouldn’t she?
    The Campos on her show just does not look like the guy on her show.
    I assume the one on her show has to be the real guy, or people that know him would speak up.
    Is that the reason for those glasses in the award photo, to fool people who know him?
    I could be wrong, but if he needs glasses why didn’t he wear them on Ellen?


  30. Apfelcobbler says:

    Dis anyone ever say Campos made eye contact with Paddock or even saw him at all?

    Is it possible that others got into and out of the suite and killed/ left Paddock’s dead body on the floor before they left? Campos might or might not be part of that scenario.


  31. ncfire1 says:

    But, but, but, I thought he was at an awards banquet receiving an award for being a hero right after the shooting. How can he be in Mexico AND at the award banquet at the same time?

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Mike diamond says:

    news media has gone silent on the Vegas shooting ! Seems very strange !


    • kittycat77 says:

      Just an interesting side note, and if anyone sees this, here is Stephen Paddock’s grandfather, Benjamin H Paddock. He was a pedophile.

      You can prove he’s the true grandfather by seeking out the Find A Grave place on his grandmother, and scroll down to the link “children.” It pulls up Stephen’s father.

      For anyone interested, search out anything you can find on Paradise Ranch 21 LLC, which was owned by Stephen Paddock. Some of the things that I’ve seen people tweet, it had a lot of CHILDREN from the Philippines. Who knows, maybe he was gun-running and child trafficking as well. Might also be a place in the Philippines connected with the Paradise Ranch 21 who is/was known for some child trafficking.


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