Weird Link Between Las Vegas Shooter and Bohemian Grove

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Last week, Sheriff Joe Lombardo reported that law enforcement recovered hundreds of photos of child pornography from the computer of Stephen Paddock, the man said to be the Las Vegas shooter. Several prostitutes who knew Paddock came forward after the shooting and reported the violent nature of his sexual deviancy. Investigative reporter, Jake Morphonios, speculates that the FBI knew of Paddock’s sexual issues and may have extorted him to work for the agency in return for not being sent to prison.  Stephen’s brother, Bruce, was arrested in Los Angeles last October on charges of possessing child pornography. A third brother, Eric, has admitted that he and his brothers were “bad kids” and have criminal secrets.

The Paddock brothers own two homes in northern California that are very close to the edge of Bohemian Grove, a 2,700-acre wooded area used for secret meetings and occult rituals.  It has been reported by victims that pedophilia and homosexuality are rampant during these events. One survivor says children have been abused and even killed at Bohemian Grove. [Is it a mere coincidence that three brothers who are deeply involved in child pornography just happen to own two homes near the edge of the Bohemian Grove? If it is not a coincidence, what might the connection be to the FBI and the Las Vegas Shooting? Knowing that government agencies do, indeed, use tactics like those described to coerce people into doing their dirty work, it is not unreasonable to consider these questions. However, we must be aware that, at present, this is still just speculation without conclusive evidence.] -GEG

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