This apparently is sufficient reason to close down an investigation that strongly suggests that the reason no one can figure out Paddock’s motive is that Paddock was not the shooter. Never mind details that have not been widely reported in the media that include the ever-changing timeline of events, proof of multiple shooters, evidence of shootings in other hotels, the changing story of witness Jesus Campos, etc.
Odessa, Texas: Khalil Cavil, 20, a server at Saltgrass Steakhouse, claimed that customers with a bill of more than $108 refused to leave him a tip and wrote on the receipt, “We don’t tip terrorists.” Several days later, Cavil admitted he wrote the note and that it was a hoax, but gave no reason for his actions.
New video shows officers waiting in a hallway during the Las Vegas shooting while the event was happening. Attorney Catherine Lombardo says that a Mandalay Bay security officer gave testimony to the FBI on nine occasions that he was on the 32nd floor with Officer Hendricks during the shooting, but the video shows Officer Hendricks on the 31st floor, in yet another discrepancy in the official narrative.
Houston: 13-year-old Zavion Parker claimed he was grabbed by an adult and four young men after stepping off his school bus. He said that they robbed and beat him, and threatened him with a gun because he was black. The incident was featured in the local media. Now it has been determined that the story was a hoax. The people who live on the property where Zavion says the incident occurred have been harassed and threatened by the black community.
Long Island: Nikki Yovino, 19, falsely claimed that she was raped by two Sacred Heart University football players. She admitted in court that she was not raped, she plead ‘guilty’ to charges of falsely reporting an incident and interfering with police, and struck a plea deal for one year in prison. Both of the young men are no longer in school and are considering suing her.