After a court ordered the publication of law enforcement documents, Las Vegas sheriff Joe Lombardo revealed that there is an ongoing FBI case against an “individual of federal interest” other than Stephen Paddock or his girlfriend Marilou Danley, which is in total contradiction to the official story in which he adamantly states that Paddock acted alone. […]
Citizen journalist, Laura Loomer, reports that only half of the 58 victims at the Las Vegas shooting were examined by the coroner, which likely is illegal. The reason this is important is that proper autopsies would provide information about types of bullets, weapons, and trajectories that might prove that there were multiple shooters. […]
Las Vegas: A casino security expert questions where the 40-member SWAT Team was during the event. The city provided a lawyer with the special event permit from the city for the outdoor concert that was filled out by hand by a Mandalay Bay corporate executive, instead of the producer of the event that took place across the street from the hotel. Two Mandalay Bay Hotel workers filmed themselves during the shooting, lockdown and evacuation. […]
A casino security guard debunks the official story of the shooting and the activities of Jesus Campos, who was shot in the leg by Paddock. Campos’ lack of a required state security guard card and his treatment at a Quick-care facility that cannot be confirmed raises questions. We do not endorse Still’s petition for an investigation, but do think he has brought to light important facts that seriously challenge the veracity of the official story.
Bruce Paddock, brother of the Las Vegas shooter, was arrested in Hollywood on 20 counts of possession of child pornography and sexual exploitation of a child. He also threatened to kill his friend, Hector Cruz, the owner of an auto shop where he had been squatting. […]