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  1. I have a theory here. I know it's not going to be a popular one. I know how certain people are going to react to it. But that's okay. I write this with a clean conscience. I write this knowing that my days visiting conspiracy forums may very well be numbered, at least for the coming weeks. Has anyone in their rush to judgment in the recent days, actually sat back and thought that this could actually be what it has been presented as being? Some guy, for whatever reasons only he knows, had just had too much and decided to just do this horrible act? You see, I too in the beginning wanted to believe that there had to be a reason for this horrible act. That this just had to be another 9/11. After all, it's natural to believe that it's just not possible that a human being could this to other human beings. However, there has been something else that I have witnessed in the days since this occurred. That is this incredible rush to prove that it was some awful conspiracy. And in doing so, I've seen some pretty out there things being put forth. I've seen theories that have since come out to be nothing and even in the face of evidence that there's nothing to it, people still refuse to accept that it's not likely. Reality is that there was chaos and mayhem going on at the time of the shooting. People were panicked. I'm sure some people thought that there were multiple shooters. One witness that has been widely quoted in articles has said that the reason he said there were multiple shooters was because that was what other people were saying. He never saw multiple shooters. Witness accounts of things have been proven to be unreliable. People are not allowing the investigators to do their jobs. Do you realize how much evidence they are going to have to go over with regard to this guy's background, with regard to his movements in the days before the shooting, with evidence from the hotels? It really is common sense that they are not going to release anything until they are certain that it has been proven to be true and until people have been ruled out. Even the Sheriff thinks that they guy had help. If they have evidence of this, they are not going to release it and tip off the "help" until that "help" has been questioned and/or detained. In this day and age of instant information, I think people have gotten spoiled and expect to have the answers immediately. They have this mistaken belief of entitlement to the facts and the evidence instantly. That's not how it works. I blame smartphones for this. We had a shooting from a high building here in Wichita back in the 70's. I remember it well even though I was a kid but remember it because my dad was in the area and my mom was a wreck. The evidence did not come out instantly back then and I don't know why everyone thinks it would today. There's something else here that no one is taking into account and that is the victims and their families. I don't think anyone is stopping to thinking about all these people and how they feel. I'm going to bet the investigators are thinking about that though. In everyone's rush to judgment, have they thought about how these people feel? I've seen some of their reactions to these theories and it's hurting them. I know this isn't going to be accepted well, but my theory is that this is really what it's being presented as. My theory is that all the conspiracy theorist are going to come out with egg on their face and they won't accept the final determinations that will ultimately be made. I know as I write this that I will take a lot of flack over it, but it's something I feel needs to be said. I think people need to take a step back and take a breath. Take some time away from all the conspiracies. Has anyone even been hearing what the authorities are saying? Has anyone been relying on the actual facts that they are giving? If anyone takes anything away from this, that one thing I want them to take away is to think about what they say and how it's going to affect a victim or a family member of the victims if they were reading it before they hit that post button. I'm off to do some house cleaning and spend a day with my granddaughter. I'm not even sure if or when I will be back, but I just wanted to throw in my two cents into things.
  2. He's denying saying these things: "Hi Esther, this story is not entirely true. I did not see multiple shooters. I am not sure where they got this information from, I did not talk to these guys." "No that’s not true, not sure where that came from." "I don't even know who these people are, never spoke with them and so not sure where this information is coming from." "I only know about one shooter. The reports I was reading while hiding in the bushes was that there were multiple shooters, it doesn’t look like that was correct." https://www.facebook.com/brianahodge/posts/10154896786061828 Screenshots where he denies it: https://i.imgur.com/PVKCw0J.png https://i.imgur.com/aWDXizI.png https://i.imgur.com/aWDXizI.png
  3. I don't actually use my husband's card, I use my own. But the casino did knowingly give Henry the card with my husband's name on it and he actually told them that's what he wanted to do so that he could accrue the points in my husband's name, so I don't think they would have given it to him if they weren't okay with it. My husband was standing right there with him as well. As for the quote from the article, I have no idea where they got their information. I just did another search and for him and slot card and this popped up: "He reportedly used Danley's slot machine card to gamble at the Mandalay Bay's casino, according to Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak." http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/04/us/paddock-profile-house-cash-fence-invs/index.html
  4. I wonder if this is where he was going to say he was an army of one. I saw him quoted with this in several articles. He probably stopped himself because he knew how bad it would sound on audio. "To his brother, Stephen was 'just a guy,' an 'army of one' with no known children despite a string of relationships. Someone you might see nursing a drink alone at a bar." http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/02/us/las-vegas-attack-stephen-paddock-trnd/index.html
  5. I don't ever remember hearing anything about a dead security guard, just one that had been shot in the leg. The only talk at all that I've heard about a dead security guard has been today and is from the Austrailian who had the room next to the shooter's making that claim, which incidentally is also new news to me since I saw an article in my local news on Monday about an interview with the same guy and the dead security guard was not mentioned in that article then. EDIT: Here's the local article I read where it doesn't say a word about seeing a dead security guard: http://ksn.com/2017/10/02/the-latest-concert-attendees-say-gunfire-came-from-hotel/
  6. Another theory could also be that he didn't want the casino to reflect that he was there so he used her card instead. Sheriff Lombardo did say that he thought the guy had an escape plan.
  7. I've explained this on another thread on Tuesday. Instead of retyping it all, I'll just copy and paste my reply here: I got to thinking about this ID thing, so I did some research. Vegas gunman's live-in casino-worker girlfriend Marilou Danley is NOT a suspect in the shooting as she is located overseas - while cops reveal he had used her IDs before the tragedy "Police said Paddock had used Danley's slot card to gamble in the hotel, and that he was in Las Vegas for three days prior to Sunday's shooting." http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4940594/Gunman-companion-Marilou-Danley-detained.html Him using her casino card is absolutely plausible. I have several reasons for believing this possible. My husband and I gamble recreationally and so does my mother and her significant other. Most gamblers have player's club cards. You earn rewards using your player's club card when inserting it into the slot machine. I get flyers with free slot play and hotel deals based on how much points we earn. At the Kansas Star Casino, for every $5 spent on a slot, you earn a point. The more points you earn the better the perks you get. When my mom and her significant other were up here visiting us a few months ago, we decided to all take a trip to the Kansas Star Casino just outside of Wichita. When we got there, I got credits for signing my mom up for a card. Henry already had a card, but didn't have it with him. They gave him a card in my husband's name so that any points he earned would be credited to my husband. My mom says that she has also been able to get card's in Henry's name for the same reasons. This is what I think was going on. He was using her casino player's club card for a hotel discount or something like that. I just thought I would share inside knowledge on how these cards work and that they will knowingly let people use other's people's cards, even giving them a card to use in their name.
  8. I'm going to have to agree with you on the echo. At first I did believe that there was multiple shooters based on audio, but then when watching the body camera footage of the police officers, it became clear that anytime you were hearing a quieter gun sound, it must have been an echo because their footage just isn't showing two different sounds.
  9. TrustNoOneKS

    NO ONE HAS ASKED THIS! Vegas Shooter

    With regards to the glass, the man below him did report debris hitting his window before the shooting started: "Like many people at the concert below, the man in the hotel room directly beneath the Las Vegas shooter’s room initially thought fireworks were going off. Floyd Conrade of Emporia, Kan., was in Vegas for business. He was getting ready for bed on the 31st floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. By his account, the moments leading up to 10:08 p.m. local time didn’t particularly stand out. But then the rapid-fire shots sounded — like a finale on the Fourth of July. Conrade, 50, noticed some debris hit his window as it plummeted toward the ground, where 22,000 people at a country music concert came to realize they were taking fire in a crowded pen with few escape routes At least 59 would lose their lives; more than 500 would be injured. Conrade moved away from the windows as the bullets rained. He went to his bedroom and always kept something between himself and the glass. He stood and he sat." http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article177047656.html . "
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  11. Apparently, we now have confirmation that the strobing light from the 4th floor was happening 2 hours before the shooting even began. This woman was filming the concert and caught it on 3 separate occasions: In another thread, it was already brought to our attention that it was caught after the shooting by a reporter. Here is that video:
  12. A final third clip she took revealing the blinking light 2 hours before the shooting:
  13. Another clip she took also 2 hours before the shooting showing the flashing light:
  14. Interestingly, this video was filmed 2 hours before the shooting and shows that same flashing light. Edited to add the original posting link for this video from Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/BZwofXcgzh9/
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