In what is the ultimate example of the saying “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”, the mass shooting at Mandalay Bay is blatant and provocative proof that this is no slogan, but rather a guarantee that Sin City will guard all secrets.
Check out those links. Kymberley Suchomel attended the concert. She posted a detailed account of the event on Facebook on October 4th and died “of natural causes’ on October 9th. She was 28.
Suchomel spoke of the “100% certainty of multiple shooters”. She mentions the “smaller Hispanic woman”- of whom there were multiple reports of- leaning out of an SUV window and taunting them while they were running. She detailed running to a Hooter’s restaurant and people running out of it because of a shooter inside. She further described shots coming from multiple locations throughout the ordeal. With her death, her Facebook account was removed.
Jesus has a come to Ellen moment
‘MGM was behind the decision to call off all the interviews and did a deal with Ellen, knowing she would not play hardball on the timeline as long as she had the exclusive,’ a TV insider told DailyMail.com.
Jesus Campos was the security guard who allegedly came upon Stephen Paddock during the shooting spree and alerted authorities. Paddock shot through the door and struck Campos in the leg. The ridiculousness of this cover story is highlighted in excerpts from the following DailyMail UK story (10-26-17):
Daily Mail UK: REVEALED: Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos left the country for Mexico just days after the Las Vegas shooting – despite suffering a gunshot wound and being a key witness in the investigation
-Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos left the country for Mexico just days after the Las Vegas shooting – despite suffering a gunshot wound and being a key witness in the investigation – Fox News learned that Campos was not licensed as a private security guard in Nevada. When Fox News called the Clark County Sheriff’s Office to see what kind of licensing is required to work as a security guard at a casino, they were hung up on. – Initial reports were that Campos was shot after gunman Stephen Paddock had stopped shooting. Then police then changed the timeline to say he was shot before the shooting commenced. The most recent timeline says he was shot shortly after Paddock went on the rampage. – Shortly after the shooting, he scheduled several interviews with all the major news networks. Then he cancelled at the last minute and essentially went missing. He resurfaced two weeks ago when he sat down for an interview with Ellen DeGeneres – saying it would be the first and only time that he talked about the matter. – Campos gave his recollections of the night, but didn’t reveal much new information. Ellen, who typically interviews actors and viral stars, didn’t press him with questions on the ever-changing timeline. DailyMail.com revealed earlier this month that it was Campos’ employer, MGM, that kept him off the air for the most part. Campos was pressured into giving his only interview to Ellen because the giant company that owns the Las Vegas casino feared he would spill the beans about the shooting timeline if he was grilled by real journalists, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively. – MGM is worried that families of the 58 people murdered as well as many of the 546 injured in the Mandalay Bay massacre will launch lawsuits potentially worth billions of dollars against the company, sources told DailyMail.com. And they thought Campos might not keep his story straight under the pressure of the TV lights and tough questioning. That is why Campos, 25, appeared on a daytime chat show hosted by a fast-talking, dancing comedienne, rather than take questions from TV hardhitters such as Fox News’ Sean Hannity, NBC News or ABC News.
And… the androgynous pop-tart Degeneres is a major shareholder in MGM and had just recently had a line of Ellen- themed slot machines placed in Mandalay Bay. Not exactly an unbiased third party.
Other big, strange discrepancies in the official narrative and the actual investigation are detailed in the following article:
– From the official dispatch log: “Units in control room 32 135. Suspect name of K(P)addock, Stephen. There three females in room.” The three women are then listed as #1, #2, and #3, with their check in and check out dates, but their names are redacted from the log.“Checked on (in) on 9-25 scheduled to check out Oct 2nd.” – Other details revealed in the dispatch log include calls that were made to report multiple gunshot wounded victims hiding in fear for their lives all over the strip. There were panicked calls made from Sundance Helicopter about possible hostages taken. – In press conferences held shortly after October 1, Sheriff Lombardo specifically stated that Paddock checked into his suite at Mandalay Bay on September 28th, 2017 and that he stayed in the room by himself. – LVMPD and FBI have maintained that Stephen Paddock was a lone gunman. They state even though the adjoining room was registered to his girlfriend, Marilou Danley, she was in the Philippines at the time of the shooting. – There are also dispatch logs showing that the night of the Las Vegas shooting, LVMPD knew that Danley had followers on her Facebook page who showed ISIS “beheading videos” on their Facebook pages. While independent journalists were first to report that Danley deleted her Facebook page immediately following the Las Vegas shooting, it was later confirmed in January of 2018 when police search warrants were released. It is also worth noting that immediately following the Las Vegas shooting, ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting, claiming Paddock was an ISIS terrorist who converted to Islam six months prior to the attack. – Investigators have yet to provide a motive for Stephen Paddock, or any additional information that gives the public any answers or understanding as to why a gunman or gunmen decided to open fire from a 32nd floor hotel suite onto a country music concert, killing 58 people and injuring nearly 800 more.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
It’s not the only place where this is true- but it’s the only one that can get away with it as a slogan. For now.