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.
Las Vegas: Newly revealed records show Las Vegas Metro Police Department (LVMPD) received thousands of emergency calls on the night of the shooting on October 1st reporting other active shooters from numerous locations including: Luxor, Tropicana, New York, New York, MGM, Hooters, Aria, Cosmopolitan, Miracle Mile Shopping, Bellagio, Paris, Caesar’s Palace and Harrah’s. ‘Lone shooter’ Stephen Paddock had three women in his room at the time of the shooting.
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.
The suspected shooter, Stephen Paddock, sent emails to an account he owned offering to sell automatic weapons. These documents also show that he frequently traveled to Phoenix, Arizona, which was the location of the ATF field office involved with the Mexican gun-running operation, “Fast and Furious”. Records show that, when he flew to Phoenix, he would rent a car with a large trunk and, on the same day, drive back to Las Vegas. Everything points to the possibility that Paddock was a gun runner for the ATF.