Did Second Suspect In Las Vegas Shooting In Adjacent Room Exit Via Hotel Room Door?
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 was locked and this is why police had to breach the door between the rooms. The question that is to be asked is, who locked that door?
We also know there was a broken window in that room, as well as the other room which shots were alleged to have come from, according to a preliminary report.
This means that another shooter was in the other room, right? And we are told that there is a continuing investigation going on with possibly more charges.
Shepard Ambellos at Intellihub has been covering the story since it broke and has been the one to question over and over who locked the door between the rooms.
Earlier this month, he provided a layout of the rooms and where the broken windows were and asked, “If the adjoining #Room134 door connecting Paddock’s room was locked and had to be breached by @LVMPD, from room 135, then who locked it? It can only be locked from the other side! Answer this please.”
If the adjoining #Room134 door connecting Paddock's room was locked and had to be breached by @LVMPD, from room 135, then who locked it? It can only be locked from the other side! Answer this please. #LasVegasShooting #coverup pic.twitter.com/CE730cc4Mc
— Intellihub (@intellihubnews) January 11, 2018
The unnamed suspect who occupied Mandalay Bay room 32-134, the room adjacent to Stephen Paddock’s end suite (32-135), made their escape out the front door then exited the building, according to vague details published in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s 19 Jan. preliminary report on the 1 October mass casualty shooting which left 58 people attending a country music concert dead.
As Intellihub reported on 10 Oct. [January], over a week before the release of the prelim report, there is no way that Paddock could have made his way back and forth between the two rooms, as Sheriff Joseph Lombardo previously stated on the record.
This action would have been physically impossible because the adjoining door to room 32-134 was dead-bolted shut at 9:46 p.m., about 14 minutes prior to the first volley of fully automatic gunfire, as the official report indicates. To top it all off, the report states that at 9:36 p.m. the dead bolt for room 32-135 was engaged which proves that both doors were locked at the time of the shooting as if the perpetrators had planed [sic]it that way.
Furthermore, we also know that at least one shot was fired from room 32-134, as reported by Intellihub on 1 Nov. This shot could not have been fired by Paddock as the adjoining doors to both rooms were locked at the time, as the report states. Not to mention, Paddock had never entered the hallway once the shooting started and most certainly was not navigating back and forth between the two rooms using the hallway and main room doors.
Of course, there is video of who went in and out of the rooms via security cameras in the hotel, which has not been released, and apparently won’t be released for at least another 60 days, if they will be released then.
This came out in court a couple of weeks ago when journalists were attempting to get their hands on as much information as possible from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department.
At that time, Maggie McCletchie, a lawyer for the media outlets said, “Today is the first time we’ve heard there are additional suspects out there, this contradicts what they have been saying, [Sheriff] Lombardo has said there are no other suspects.”
“There are important therapeutic effects of getting information out there after a tragedy,” she said. “The public has a right to know and shouldn’t just have to rely on what the sheriff and other law enforcement is saying.”
Now, we know that Sheriff Lombardo has told us it’s all the “keyboard bandits” that are making it hard on him and investigators, but the reality is that this is a big deal and we’re not getting any information. In today’s America, the mainstream media is in its death throes now. We are the new media, like it or not. We don’t except an official narrative just because someone says it but based on what the evidence is telling us. Currently, the evidence does not seem to be lining up with what we have been told so far.
Was Paddock really acting alone? Was he a patsy? Was Marilou Danley involved in the shooting? Was someone else involved? Was this an arms deal gone bad as some have theorized or was this, in fact, an act of Islamic jihad?
I suppose we’ll continue speculating until we have all the evidence and then we may even question things after that.
As for Ambellos, he offered some “food for thought” in closing his recent report.
“As an investigative journalist with over 700 hours into the case, I am starting to believe that both Danley and Paddock escaped and that the body recovered in room 32-135 was not Paddock at all,” he wrote. “Danley and Paddock may be CIA operatives who were overseeing some sort of covert air assault. Target and/or motive, endgame, not yet clear.”
It’s possible for sure, especially considering a plane owned previously by Paddock and the mysterious history behind it, and I can’t rule anything out at this point, but we’ll wait and see if Lombardo presents sufficient evidence to quash any of the theories he is currently attacking.
Finally, take a look at this video and see what you think of this guy’s commentary on the preliminary report and a co-conspirator in the second room.
Article posted with permission from Freedom Outpost