Unsealed Documents: Las Vegas Shooter May Have Had Help
Ya think? Of course, there were more people involved.
Unsealed documents confirm that the shooting in Las Vegas that took place on October 1, 2017 may have involved much more than just the “lone wolf” shooter we were told about, as many of us suspected.
In fact, one of the prime suspects is the very woman that the FBI and police deemed to be “cleared” just hours after the shooting though she was alleged to have been out of the country. By the way, we know that Stephen Paddock’s girlfriend, Mari Lou Danley, regularly helped Paddock load magazines. Her “fingerprints” may also be on some of the ammunition and shell casings recovered by investigators.
CBN reported on the release of the documents:
“A federal judge in Nevada unsealed hundreds of pages of FBI documents about the Las Vegas massacre Friday, giving new insight into the gunman and the months leading up to the deadly mass shooting.
“The documents, which were released in response to several media lawsuits, include more than a dozen search warrant affidavits.
“They reveal that gunman Stephen Paddock exchanged emails about buying rifles and bump stocks months before he killed 58 people and wounded more than 500 others when he opened fire on a crowd from a hotel room in October.
“The documents show Paddock received an email from a Gmail account in July encouraging him to try an AR-style rifle before buying one.
“‘We have a huge selection in the las vegas area,’ the message read.
“Paddock replied saying that he wanted to test several scopes and different types of ammunition.
“An email in response suggested trying a bump stock on a 100-round magazine rifle, saying it would be ‘a thrill.’
“Paddock’s personal email address and the Gmail address had similar names, leading investigators to suspect he may have been emailing himself, but don’t understand why.”
A previously sealed affidavit in support of an application for a search warrant pertaining to Stephen Paddock and his girlfriend Mari Lou Danley’s email accounts reveals Paddock was likely in contact with at least one other individual who helped plan the gruesome 1 Oct. massacre which took place at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival where 58 people lost their lives from gunfire.
In the affidavit, F.B.I. Special Agent Ryan S. Burke requested that search warrants be issued based on “probable cause” for information associated with email accounts [email protected] (“Target Account 1” associated with Stephen Paddock) and [email protected] (“Target Account 2” associated with Mari Lou Danley).
The request explained that there was “probable cause” and cited the following violations A through D:
a. Destruction/Damage of Aircraft or Aircraft Facilities – 18 U.S.C.A. 32(a);
b. – Violence at International Airport – 18 U.S.C. and
c. Unlawful Interstate Transport/Delivery of Firearms by Non Federal
Firearms Licensee 18 U.S.C. 922(a)(3) and
d. Aiding and Abetting 13 U.S.C. 2.
Special Agent Burke’s affidavit continued, “offenses have been committed by STEPHEN PADDOCK, MARILOU DANLEY, and others yet unknown.”
What others? There are at least two potentials here in my mind.
Were there Islamic State agents that claimed they would attack the Las Vegas strip involved? Were there federal agents involved in a gun-running scheme gone bad?
Other emails disclose the fact that Paddock was emailing someone at the email address [email protected] in what appears to be attempts to sell arms and optics.
However, the mainstream media is attempting to present this as a diversion, as though Paddock was emailing himself, knowing that he would commit suicide. Keep in mind that this CNN, the fake news network.
Shephard Ambellas, who owns Intellihub also tweeted out, “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.”
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/gJcmDFHkPu
— Shepard Ambellas (@ShepardAmbellas) January 11, 2018
I’m not familiar with each of the rooms, though I’ve seen the Mandalay Bay hotel. I’m pretty sure that there are two doors there, if consistent with most hotels, and that each would have their own locks. So, Ambellas’ question is relevant and needs an answer.
Investigative reporter Laura Loomer, who was barred from the Sheriff Joe Lombardo’s press conference after she tried to interview missing security guard Jesus Campos, spoke about the new revelations in a live feed on Twitter.
Seriously, we know far more about a shooting that took place at a Texas church than we do about the Las Vegas shooting, and all that information came out in a matter of days.
Something stinks in Las Vegas. We have audio analysis that indicates more than one shooter. We have the claims of the Islamic State that Paddock was an Islamic convert, and we know his girlfriend comes from the Phillippines, which is a hotbed for Islamic jihadis. We have a sheriff’s department that has changed its timeline multiple times. A security guard that allegedly confronted Paddock at different times not only missing, but his family placed under a gag order.
There are many more anomalies, but suffice it to say, the American people are not being told the truth, and there must be a reason for hiding it.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media