Las Vegas Shooting: What Tank 202 Tells Us

The bullet strikes on Tank 202 could actually be the most damning evidence available proving at least two shots could not have been fired from those broken windows in the Mandalay Bay hotel.

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Mandalay Bay Admits Staff Visited Paddock’s Room 10 TIMES Before Shooting—Noticed Nothing

(That’s because the weapons were not in that room until during or just after the shooting. Why do you think it took so long to breech the door?)

by Rachel Blevins, The Free Thought Project

Three months after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, yet another crucial change in the narrative has occurred as MGM Resorts International is now claiming that the hotel staff at Mandalay Bay had at least 10 interactions with suspect Stephen Paddock in the days before the shooting.

At least two of those interactions occurred on Oct. 1, the day that Paddock is alleged to have killed 58 people and injured more than 500 by launching a shooting spree out of his hotel room window on the 32nd floor. A spokesperson for MGM told The Las Vegas Review-Journal that the interactions on that fatal day consisted of a room service delivery and a visit from housekeeping:

Mandalay Bay staff, room service and housekeeping had contact with Paddock or entered his suite more than 10 times over the course of his stay, including the three days leading up to October 1. There were numerous interactions with Stephen Paddock every day at the resort, including a room service delivery and a call with housekeeping on October 1, all of which were normal in nature.

Following the shooting, reports claimed that Paddock’s arsenal consisted of 47 guns—23 of which were found in his hotel room—along with more than 50 pounds of exploding targets and 1,600 rounds of ammunition.

While the hotel’s surveillance footage from the days leading up to the shooting has yet to be released, one of the most pressing questions surrounding the massacre is how Paddock was able to transport all of the weapons and supplies to his hotel room without raising any red flags…

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Las Vegas Shooting: Right Across the Street from the CIA’s Airline… JANET

(H/T M.E.)

When I speculated on Oct. 2nd that the Las Vegas shooting assets probably escaped the country via Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport I had no idea that the CIA’s airline terminal was right there across the street.

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Corruption in Vegas Shooting Investigation and Vegas Strong Fund (AE video)

There is something so rotten at the core of these American Gladio events it enables vultures the freedom to blatantly exploit the victims even more in their aftermath. We have seen it happen over and over again and the pattern continues to this day with both the Vegas Victims Fund and the Vegas Strong Fund.

When the corrupt FBI is doing everything they can to sweep the truth about the event under the rug, the rats figure they can get away with just about anything. And the truth is… they can.

Vegas Casino Industry Can’t “Accommodate” Helping Mandalay Bay Shooting Victims with “Vegas Strong” Funds

by Scott Creighton

I guess Vegas isn’t as strong as we have been led to believe.

On Oct. 25th of 2017 I wrote about the Las Vegas Victims fund and it’s paymaster, Kenneth Feinberg.  I wrote about how corrupt these things always turn out when Feinberg is in charge of the slush fund.

As it turns out, the Las Vegas Victims fund has collected about 22 million bucks from all sorts of well meaning people trying to help the victims and so far they’ve paid out a total of ZERO DOLLARS to them. They are “expected” to START making payments sometime in March… maybe.

But there is another victims fund in Vegas. That one, the Vegas Strong fund, was put together mainly by the crooked casino industry themselves and they have amassed about 12 million dollars in total to help these same victims.

And they started cutting checks last week. They cut a total of 12 of them totaling $14,800 to victims in need of all sorts of basic assistance. But then, they stopped.

“A member of the Vegas Strong Fund emailed the women Friday morning.

“The Vegas Strong Fund is analyzing a number of requests for continued support and evaluating how to have the most positive impact for all victims,” the email said. “The board of the Vegas Strong Fund is not, however, comfortable with continuing to issue checks to survivors because we are not in a position to either vet these claims or accommodate all the financial requests you and your team are submitting.”

Caesars Entertainment Corp. executive Jan Jones Blackhurst, the chairwoman of the fund, could not be reached for comment Friday.” LV Review Journal Dec. 29 2017

If you are wondering, the amount of financial requests that had been submitted to them that they couldn’t accommodate were from an additional 17 individuals totaling $40,222

That’s right. They couldn’t find a way to shake loose 40 grand of the 12 million they have collected thus far to help the victims of their damn mass casualty event.

I wonder how much they spent on paying Ellen Degenerate to do that stupid little cross promotion on her show? The Green Room rider on her contract probably cost more than 40 grand.

Just sayin.

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Mandalay Bay and Sutherland Springs: A Tale of Two Crime Scenes

Sutherland Springs is open to the public for tours while Mandalay Bay posts security at doors with no doorknobs to make sure no one gets onto the 32nd floor. Very different ways to handle crime scenes don’t you think?

A tip of the hat to Jason Goodman for his reporting on the Mandalay Bay hotel and trying to get on the 32nd floor.

[note: UPLOAD speed is now topping out at 3.13 Mbps. Dismal but slightly better than yesterday’s worst rate of .19. It took about an hour to upload this video. I’m not even that happy with the damn thing. Hope you enjoy.]

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Vegas Shooting Updates: Lombardo – The Casino Industry’s Sheriff from Day One

As I watched Sheriff Lombardo transform the official story of the Las Vegas shooting over and over again, I wondered why it was he seemed so eager to appease MGM Resorts International. Now I know. The casino industry made him sheriff. Now he owes them.

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