Footage of Stephen Paddock at an Anti-Trump Protest? 3 Updates! Searching for answers? 10/4/17 Further updates in comment section! !

I am putting this link up top because it is THE most important update!

Citizen Wells: Mandalay Bay suspect 4th floor video and police report reference, Video authentic?

Be SURE to watch the video! In the video, there is footage of a woman who was driving by the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel at the time of the shooting. She caught, on her cellphone video camera, both video and audio evidence of machine gun shots coming from a 4th floor window of the hotel!

In fact, I am embedding the video here because the person sharing the video wants it shared EVERYWHERE!

Hat tip:  Citizen Wells

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10/3/17  12:28 pm PT

Like everyone else, I am going through the stages of grief over this horrific act of evil. People are searching for reasons why this happened and exactly what really did happen; who is truly responsible for it, the motive for doing this and why it could not have been prevented. Sadly, like everyone else who is grieving, I don’t have the answers to all of those exact questions. However, I do have a post written by Albert Mohler that I think EVERYONE needs to read!

~ Christine

Copy of post:

“An Act of Pure Evil” — Searching for Meaning in Las Vegas” by Albert Mohler

Evil points to a necessary moral judgment made by a moral authority greater than we are — a transcendent and supernatural moral authority: God.

Only the Christian worldview, based in the Bible, can explain why moral facts exist.

Today, most Americans awoke to news from Las Vegas that is nothing less than horrific. For so many in Las Vegas, Sunday night must have seemed like the night that would never end.

In the face of such overwhelming news, we naturally seek after facts. We want to know what happened, and when. We want to know who did it. By mid-morning the facts were staggering. More than fifty people are dead and hundreds wounded after a lone gunman opened fire on a music festival from a perch in a hotel room 32 floors above. The attack was deadly, diabolical, and premeditated.

The shooting is already described as the worst in American history. The gunman, believed to be Stephen Paddock, killed himself as police prepared to storm his hotel room, from which he had aimed his deadly gunfire. The facts emerged slowly, and are still emerging. Paddock had no notable criminal record. He had worked for a defense contractor, owned two private aircraft, and was known to own guns. He was reported to like Las Vegas for its gambling and entertainment. No one seems to have considered him a threat. His brother, contacted after the massacre, said that the family was beyond shock, as if “crushed by an asteroid.”

In Las Vegas and beyond, hundreds of families are crushed by grief and concern. More than fifty human beings, very much alive just hours ago, are now dead, seemingly murdered by random order.

The facts will continue to come as investigations continue. We need facts in order to steady our minds and grapple with understanding. We must have facts, and yet we can be easily overwhelmed by them. Some “facts” will not be facts at all. National Public Radio helpfully and honestly ended its news coverage of the massacre with these words: “This is a developing story. Some things that get reported by the media will later turn out to be wrong. We will focus on reports from police officials and other authorities. We will update as the situation develops.” I count that as both helpful and honest.

But the facts of who and what and where and how, still unfolding, point to the even more difficult question — why?

Why would anyone kill a fellow human being? Why launch an ambush massacre upon concertgoers listening to country music? Why premeditate a mass killing?

Was he driven by some obsession, fueled by some grievance? Was he sending a signal or political message as an act of terrorism? Is the answer psychiatric or pharmacological? Our minds crave an answer.

Why do we ask why?

We cannot help but ask why because, made in God’s image, we are moral creatures who cannot grasp or understand the world around us without moral categories. We are moral creatures inhabiting a moral universe and our moral sense of meaning is the faculty most perplexed when overwhelmed by horror and grief.

The terror group known as ISIS or the Islamic State claimed that Stephen Paddock was a “lone wolf” attacker who had recently converted to Islam. Law enforcement authorities said there is no evidence of anything related to ISIS or Islam.

Clark County (NV) Sheriff Joe Lombardo told reporters that he was not sure if the massacre was sending a message as a terror attack: “We have to establish what his motivation is first. And there’s motivating factors associated with terrorism other than a distraught person just intending to cause mass casualties.”

So far as we now know, Paddock left no note and communicated no clear message. The gunfire tells some story, but we do not yet know what the story is. We may never know.

That troubles us, and so it should. Knowing the story and determining the motivation would add rationality to our understanding, but we will never really understand.

A massacre by a lone gunman killed 32 people at Virginia Tech in 2007. Another killed 27, mostly children, at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. Yet another killed 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando in 2016. We really do not fully understand any of these attacks, nor countless other outbreaks of evil around the world.

One of the main theological insights about evil is that it is so often absurd. It is ultimately inexplicable, unfathomable, and cannot be resolved by human means.

President Trump has demonstrated little interest in academic disputes over moral philosophy so he probably did not intend to wade into deep theoretical waters when he called the massacre “an act of pure evil.” But he called it right, and he expanded on his judgment. “In times such as these I know we are searching for some kind of meaning in the chaos, some kind of light in the darkness.” He went on to say: “The answers do not come easy. But we can take solace knowing that even the darkest space can be brightened by a single light, and even the most terrible despair can be illuminated by a single ray of hope.”

That is exactly how a president should speak, and underlining the “act of pure evil” as evil is exactly how a morally sane person should think. The judgment of evil here, real evil, should be beyond dispute.

Evil is a fact, too. And evil is a theological category. The secular worldview cannot use the word with coherence or sense. The acknowledgement of evil requires the affirmation of a moral judgment and a moral reality above human judgment. If we are just accidental beings in an accidental universe, nothing can really be evil. Evil points to a necessary moral judgment made by a moral authority greater than we are — a transcendent and supernatural moral authority: God.

College professors tell us that moral relativism has produced a generation of Americans who resist calling anything evil, and even deny the existence of moral facts. Justin P. McBrayer, who teaches at Fort Lewis College in Colorado, wrote in The New York Times that “many college-aged students don’t believe in moral facts.”

That’s truly frightening, but McBrayer argues that by the time students arrive at college, they have already been told over and over again that there are no moral facts — that nothing is objectively right or wrong.

Only the Christian worldview, based in the Bible, can explain why moral facts exist, and how we can know them. Only the biblical worldview explains why sinful humanity commits such horrible moral wrongs. The Christian worldview also promises that God will bring about a final act of moral judgment that will be the final word on right and wrong — as facts, not merely speculation. The Gospel of Christ points us to the only way of rescue from the fact of our own evil and guilt.

Our hearts break for the families and communities now grieving, and we pray for them and for those even now fighting for life.

It is both telling and reassuring that secular people, faced with moral horror as we see now in Las Vegas, can still speak of evil as a moral fact — even if they continue to deny moral facts in the classrooms and courtrooms. No one can deny that the horror in Las Vegas came about by an act that was evil, pure evil, and evil as a fact.

I think of the Prophet Isaiah’s words: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light, and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” [Isaiah 5:20, ESV]

[Note from Christine:  People are deeply grieved and searching for answers.  The stats have been very high here.  Therefore, besides sharing what I have found online, I also wanted to share Mr. Mohler’s article, hoping that people who come here read it, take it to heart, and then might consider Christ as Lord and Savior for their lives.  Please, I encourage everyone to read the best selling book of all time…The Bible!]

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Original post on 10/2/17:

I learned about the horrific Las Vegas shooting at the country western music festival outside the Mandalay hotel at 1:00 a.m. this morning.  Awakening at that time and unable to go back to sleep right away, I turned on the news. Oh no…not again!  This time, the details of the attack were so awful and evil, I could not even bear to watch the details.   As grief overcame me, I sent up prayers for the victims, their families, the responders and for our nation as a whole.

There is too much hatred, sin, evil and death as a result of people who ratchet up anger, spur on such deadly events, and then push into madness those who are sick, satanic and uncontrollable… like this perp to do such evil and cause so much death, injury and carnage against innocent people who were just attending a concert!

The Last Refuge has a post up with many details.

Earlier, I started searching for additional online accounts of this terrorist attack (yes…it is terrorism!!!) and found The Gateway Pundit’s coverage.

As I read through the comment section, people were sharing information like this:

1. The Facebook and Twitter accounts of the shooter were deleted.
2. Information was being shared about the shooter and his girlfriend, who some were saying was “out of the country” at the time.
3. The shooter had an arsenal of weapons in the hotel room.
4. Did the shooter act alone? How did he get all those weapons, undetected, up to the room by himself?
5. The shooter was a recent convert to Islam.
6. The shooter was an anti-Trump demonstrator.

I could go on and on with a list of suppositions and information being shared by many commenters.   However, with our current media of mass deception at work continually, will we ever know the facts and truth?

One comment over at “Gateway Pundit” contained a video that could possibly show that the shooter was a rabid anti-Trump demonstrator. The video owner is asking for more videos of this perp’s possible appearances at other anti-Trump protests where a high resolution photograph might be found.

YouTube: Footage of Stephen Paddock at an Anti-Trump Protest?***

[***Update note on 10/3/17:  The video at the link above was removed by YouTube.  See additional links below.]

Some interesting photos and links to photos/videos in this comment section of Free Republic:

Free Republic comment posts*******

UPDATE 10/3/17!  The above video link has since been removed.  Why am I not surprised? Here is another one. Perhaps YouTube can’t shut them down fast enough, but hopefully readers here will be able to view this new one.

Found another video that shows Paddock in a pink hat, wearing a pink “NASA” shirt at an anti-Trump rally.

Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Identified At Anti-Trump Rally

Another video:

Evidence That Vegas Shooter Attended Anti Trump Rally In August, 2017

Commentary under video:
Published on Oct 2, 2017

Regardless of what Buzzfeed would have you believe, video evidence proves that Stephen Paddock was politically active.

The question we all need to ask is why are leftist news organizations trying to hide this evidence?

Another video, which appears to be the same (or similar) to the one that Stephen Haffley originally posted:

Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock anti-trump?

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Stephen Haffley writes:

Published on Oct 2, 2017

It is believed the man seen in this video is the las vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock, attending an anti-trump protest in Reno Nevada in August 2017.

This video was just sent to the FBI so I guess we’ll know if this was him soon enough. They got much better resources than I do.

The resolution of these videos are not clear enough to say for sure, so what we all need to do to find out for ourselves is search facebook, google, and twitter for the Reno Trump Protest 2017 and see if we can find a high resolution picture with this man who is wearing a pink hat and a pink nasa shirt.

You may upload this video to anywhere you want, use it in any media, etc, you do not need my permission I’m not doing this for personal recognition, I’m doing this to figure out why 250 people were shot for no reason.

Also see:

Marilou Danley Facebook page before it was deleted

Here are a few comments worth reading:

Imperator the Deplorable • 3 hours ago

Here are a couple of tidbits that the media fails to mention:
1. Shooter didn’t know how to use an automatic weapon. If you listen he didn’t use bursting trigger pulls. If it is a M-16 or AK type you would use a 3 round burst trigger pull. From what it sounded like to me is that it is a crew served weapon like an M-60. Those machine guns work best with a 6-9 round burst. If you listen you can hear it loosing gas pressure as the cyclic rate of fire slowed. The pauses were most likely switching weapons or un- jamming the weapon.
2. How did this untrained idiot get his hands on a fully automatic weapon? ATF has rules on these.
3. “Girl friend is Indonesian. Largest Muslim nation in the world.
Those are just a couple of quick observations.

survivor50 > Imperator the Deplorable • 2 hours ago

Having operated an M-60…that ain’t one !!!
And all our M-16’s had a “FUN” switch, not a BURST mode.
Better comment is “WHERE did he get an Automatic” ???
Just try to buy one…paper work from HELL, wait period of ETERNITY, and ATF agent permanently attached to your @$$…

[Note:  Apparently it costs a LOT of money, too!  Was this perp rich?  Or, did he have an evil financier helping him?  Hmmm…]

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Update:

YouTube Video: President Trump Gives Remarks; Words of Comfort and Healing.

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When horrible incidents like this happen, I often turn to the Bible for words of TRUTH and comfort!

Rom 8:35

Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?

Rom 8:36

As it is written:

“For Your sake we are killed all day long;
We are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.”[fn]

Rom 8:37

Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us.

Rom 8:38

For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come,

Rom 8:39

nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Jesus speaking:

Jhn 16:33

“These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will[fn] have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.”

Hat tips to all links.

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13 Responses to “Footage of Stephen Paddock at an Anti-Trump Protest? 3 Updates! Searching for answers? 10/4/17 Further updates in comment section! !”

  1. christinewjc Says:

    Update at 3:52 pm.

    Additional blog posts to read:

    The Last Refuge: Las Vegas Shooting Suspect – Stephen Craig Paddock

    The Last Refuge: CBS Senior Legal VP, Hayley Geftman-Gold, Fired For Callous Las Vegas Victim Statement…

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  2. christinewjc Says:

    Update!

    The same video of Stephen Paddock is shown on the Liveleak website with additional information (in a NASA memo from 1993) about “Steve Paddock” being in ” Members of the study team currently include: Steve Paddock Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.

    Recall that the video link posted in my original blog post, as well as the “Liveleak” video (link above) shows a man resembling the shooter – Stephen Paddock, wearing a pink “nasa” shirt!

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  3. christinewjc Says:

    Fellowship of the Minds also covered this new information!

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  4. christinewjc Says:

    Raconteurreport: Things That Make You Go “Hmmmmm…” Read the comments, too!

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  5. christinewjc Says:

    Well…isn’t this interesting? The YouTube video has now been removed! Apparently the content has been “removed for violating YouTube’s policy on spam, deceptive practices, and scams.”

    When I viewed it, the author of the video was just asking questions about whether or not the guy in the pink hat and nasa pink shirt seen at an anti-Trump rally in Reno, Nevada in August, 2017 could be the evil and sick shooter Stephen Paddock!

    I will check and see if someone was able to save the video on Vimeo.

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  6. christinewjc Says:

    Found another video that shows Paddock in a pink hat, wearing a pink “NASA” shirt at an anti-Trump rally.

    Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Identified At Anti-Trump Rally

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  7. christinewjc Says:

    Original post updates:

    YouTube: Footage of Stephen Paddock at an Anti-Trump Protest?***

    [***Update note on 10/3/17: The video at the link above was removed by YouTube. See additional links below.]

    Some interesting photos and links to photos/videos in this comment section of Free Republic:

    Free Republic comment posts

    *******

    UPDATE 10/3/17! The above video link has since been removed. Why am I not surprised? Here is another one. Perhaps YouTube can’t shut them down fast enough, but hopefully readers here will be able to view this new one.

    Found another video that shows Paddock in a pink hat, wearing a pink “NASA” shirt at an anti-Trump rally.

    Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Identified At Anti-Trump Rally

    Another video:

    Evidence That Vegas Shooter Attended Anti Trump Rally In August, 2017

    Commentary under video:
    Published on Oct 2, 2017

    Regardless of what Buzzfeed would have you believe, video evidence proves that Stephen Paddock was politically active.

    The question we all need to ask is why are leftist news organizations trying to hide this evidence?

    Another video, which appears to be the same (or similar) to the one that Stephen Haffley originally posted:

    Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock anti-trump?

    Like

  8. christinewjc Says:

    I have also placed this link up top on the original blog post because it is THE most important update!

    Citizen Wells: Mandalay Bay suspect 4th floor video and police report reference, Video authentic?

    Be SURE to watch the video! In the video, there is footage of a woman who was driving by the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel at the time of the shooting. She caught, on her cellphone video camera, both video and audio evidence of machine gun shots coming from a 4th floor window of the hotel!

    In fact, I am embedding the video here because the person sharing the video wants it shared EVERYWHERE!

    Hat tip: Citizen Wells

    Like

  9. christinewjc Says:

    Like everyone else, I am going through the stages of grief over this horrific act of evil. People are searching for reasons why this happened and exactly what really did happen; who is truly responsible for it, the motive for doing this and why it could not have been prevented. Sadly, like everyone else who is grieving, I don’t have the answers to all of those exact questions. However, I do have a post written by Albert Mohler that I think EVERYONE needs to read!

    Copy of post:

    “An Act of Pure Evil” — Searching for Meaning in Las Vegas” by Albert Mohler

    Evil points to a necessary moral judgment made by a moral authority greater than we are — a transcendent and supernatural moral authority: God.

    Only the Christian worldview, based in the Bible, can explain why moral facts exist.

    Today, most Americans awoke to news from Las Vegas that is nothing less than horrific. For so many in Las Vegas, Sunday night must have seemed like the night that would never end.

    In the face of such overwhelming news, we naturally seek after facts. We want to know what happened, and when. We want to know who did it. By mid-morning the facts were staggering. More than fifty people are dead and hundreds wounded after a lone gunman opened fire on a music festival from a perch in a hotel room 32 floors above. The attack was deadly, diabolical, and premeditated.

    The shooting is already described as the worst in American history. The gunman, believed to be Stephen Paddock, killed himself as police prepared to storm his hotel room, from which he had aimed his deadly gunfire. The facts emerged slowly, and are still emerging. Paddock had no notable criminal record. He had worked for a defense contractor, owned two private aircraft, and was known to own guns. He was reported to like Las Vegas for its gambling and entertainment. No one seems to have considered him a threat. His brother, contacted after the massacre, said that the family was beyond shock, as if “crushed by an asteroid.”

    In Las Vegas and beyond, hundreds of families are crushed by grief and concern. More than fifty human beings, very much alive just hours ago, are now dead, seemingly murdered by random order.

    The facts will continue to come as investigations continue. We need facts in order to steady our minds and grapple with understanding. We must have facts, and yet we can be easily overwhelmed by them. Some “facts” will not be facts at all. National Public Radio helpfully and honestly ended its news coverage of the massacre with these words: “This is a developing story. Some things that get reported by the media will later turn out to be wrong. We will focus on reports from police officials and other authorities. We will update as the situation develops.” I count that as both helpful and honest.

    But the facts of who and what and where and how, still unfolding, point to the even more difficult question — why?

    Why would anyone kill a fellow human being? Why launch an ambush massacre upon concertgoers listening to country music? Why premeditate a mass killing?

    Was he driven by some obsession, fueled by some grievance? Was he sending a signal or political message as an act of terrorism? Is the answer psychiatric or pharmacological? Our minds crave an answer.

    Why do we ask why?

    We cannot help but ask why because, made in God’s image, we are moral creatures who cannot grasp or understand the world around us without moral categories. We are moral creatures inhabiting a moral universe and our moral sense of meaning is the faculty most perplexed when overwhelmed by horror and grief.

    The terror group known as ISIS or the Islamic State claimed that Stephen Paddock was a “lone wolf” attacker who had recently converted to Islam. Law enforcement authorities said there is no evidence of anything related to ISIS or Islam.

    Clark County (NV) Sheriff Joe Lombardo told reporters that he was not sure if the massacre was sending a message as a terror attack: “We have to establish what his motivation is first. And there’s motivating factors associated with terrorism other than a distraught person just intending to cause mass casualties.”

    So far as we now know, Paddock left no note and communicated no clear message. The gunfire tells some story, but we do not yet know what the story is. We may never know.

    That troubles us, and so it should. Knowing the story and determining the motivation would add rationality to our understanding, but we will never really understand.

    A massacre by a lone gunman killed 32 people at Virginia Tech in 2007. Another killed 27, mostly children, at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. Yet another killed 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando in 2016. We really do not fully understand any of these attacks, nor countless other outbreaks of evil around the world.

    One of the main theological insights about evil is that it is so often absurd. It is ultimately inexplicable, unfathomable, and cannot be resolved by human means.

    President Trump has demonstrated little interest in academic disputes over moral philosophy so he probably did not intend to wade into deep theoretical waters when he called the massacre “an act of pure evil.” But he called it right, and he expanded on his judgment. “In times such as these I know we are searching for some kind of meaning in the chaos, some kind of light in the darkness.” He went on to say: “The answers do not come easy. But we can take solace knowing that even the darkest space can be brightened by a single light, and even the most terrible despair can be illuminated by a single ray of hope.”

    That is exactly how a president should speak, and underlining the “act of pure evil” as evil is exactly how a morally sane person should think. The judgment of evil here, real evil, should be beyond dispute.

    Evil is a fact, too. And evil is a theological category. The secular worldview cannot use the word with coherence or sense. The acknowledgement of evil requires the affirmation of a moral judgment and a moral reality above human judgment. If we are just accidental beings in an accidental universe, nothing can really be evil. Evil points to a necessary moral judgment made by a moral authority greater than we are — a transcendent and supernatural moral authority: God.

    College professors tell us that moral relativism has produced a generation of Americans who resist calling anything evil, and even deny the existence of moral facts. Justin P. McBrayer, who teaches at Fort Lewis College in Colorado, wrote in The New York Times that “many college-aged students don’t believe in moral facts.”

    That’s truly frightening, but McBrayer argues that by the time students arrive at college, they have already been told over and over again that there are no moral facts — that nothing is objectively right or wrong.

    Only the Christian worldview, based in the Bible, can explain why moral facts exist, and how we can know them. Only the biblical worldview explains why sinful humanity commits such horrible moral wrongs. The Christian worldview also promises that God will bring about a final act of moral judgment that will be the final word on right and wrong — as facts, not merely speculation. The Gospel of Christ points us to the only way of rescue from the fact of our own evil and guilt.

    Our hearts break for the families and communities now grieving, and we pray for them and for those even now fighting for life.

    It is both telling and reassuring that secular people, faced with moral horror as we see now in Las Vegas, can still speak of evil as a moral fact — even if they continue to deny moral facts in the classrooms and courtrooms. No one can deny that the horror in Las Vegas came about by an act that was evil, pure evil, and evil as a fact.

    I think of the Prophet Isaiah’s words: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light, and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” [Isaiah 5:20, ESV]

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  10. christinewjc Says:

    I found this in the comment section of Gateway Pundit. I do not know if it is true, but it would explain why ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting, why Paddock had all those guns, and also the video where it looked like there was a second shooter on the 4th floor of the hotel.

    Apologies for the bad language in the linked copy, but I could not delete that portion:

    http://disq.us/url?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.puppetstringnews.com%2Fuploads%2F7%2F2%2F8%2F4%2F72845613%2F22141274-1671959566208712-7553812989427022243-n_orig.jpg%3AmRqwCR3NnNl4D5piybbSzZoPLp0&cuid=2175616

    Before It’s News has the same information as link above, but also has photo (WARNING! GRAPHIC!) of Stephen Paddock (supposedly) in a pool of blood on the floor of the hotel room. Comments at the link seem to indicate that it does not look like him, could be CGI, and/or staged because of bullet casings above the head of the victim.

    I REALLY hope that the truth comes out about all of this! It is exhausting to keep up with all of the bizarre discoveries being made.

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  11. christinewjc Says:

    Here is a link to a blog that has done a lot of research into the Vegas shooter, with some information that is being kept from the public:

    Reclaim Our Republic: VIDEO Think The Vegas shooter Acted Alone… – Hannity – Shooter And Intel Community – on Google Before it Happened?

    Also, I suggest checking The Last Refuge blog on a daily basis for great commentary and analysis of the continuing investigation.

    Contradictions, Crying and Confusion By Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo…

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  12. christinewjc Says:

    Must see video!

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  13. christinewjc Says:

    Live Leak: Las Vegas Massacre Lengthy Machine Gun Firing Vid – Single Rifle Shots Recorded on Cam

    Lengthy eyewitness video of the October 1st, 2017 shooting at the Las Vegas Harvest Fest massacre. Loud snap of single rifle shots also appear to be heard coming in early on in the video at the 3:12, 3:16 and 3:19 mark. Machine gun fire commences at the 3:22 mark and continues throughout most of the video. Heavy fire comes fully into the camerapersons area at 3:53, 4:42 and 5:09 mark.

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