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It’s evident that the government continues to withhold information for reasons it will not state.
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The latest body camera video was made public on Wednesday and shows police officers leading people to safety outside a Las Vegas hotel and clearly, they believed there were multiple shooters.
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In response to attempts to hold MGM Resorts International liable for the Las Vegas shooting, the company has filed a lawsuit against more than 1,000 victims
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Several video clips from body cameras from officers on the scene were released to the public.  In this video, officers arrive to find Campos leaning up against a wall with his pants leg pulled up.
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After seven months and a supreme court battle, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police have finally began releasing video from the officer’s body cameras who breached the room of Stephen Paddock.
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Hundreds of hours of 911 calls and body-camera footage from police still remain undisclosed to the public, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has fought tooth and nail to keep them from getting out and being scrutinized.  The police department has also fought against unsealing search warrants as well.  Why?
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Why was Hodges not detained and interrogated by the FBI?  Where was he if he was not near the Mandalay Bay Hotel at the time of the shooting?
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Eyewitnesses claims there were drones in the area before and during the Las Vegas shooting. Just what were the drones there for remains a question that has not been answered.
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Look, we can only speculate on a lot of things simply because we are not given all the information, but from what we do know, the door between the two rooms that were occupied by Stephen Paddock and his girlfriend at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas
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The public outcry for information on the Las Vegas shooting that took place on October 1, 2017 has been overwhelming and in large part, the locals conducting the investigation have remained largely silent, but last week in a district courtroom, it became apparent that people were not just going to
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