Video Footage from Las Vegas Mass Shooting Raises More Questions

Las Vegas Metro Police at the Tropicana, Youtube
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Las Vegas: Newly released video of the mass shooting in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017, shows that, just prior to the dramatic moment when Metro Police charged through the lobby of the Tropicana Hotel with automatic weapons drawn and pointed at customers at the slot machines, they attended to a man who had been shot in the head with a pellet gun. Another video shows police talking about other victims, including witness Jesus Campos, who were shot with pellets. Officers also reported being struck by pellets. And in yet another video, we see a man who said he was shot in the head being turned away for medical help because he was not wounded badly enough. You can save time by not watching all this video, because that is a summary of what you will see. You will not learn who fired the pellet guns or why? The primary value of this evidence is just that it contradicts the official narrative. So now there are even more unanswered questions. -GEG

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