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Another time line change - Las Vegas police now say there was no 6-minute gap between first shots

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I can't seem to keep up with all the time line changes.  What in the world is going on in Las Vegas?

 

 

Las Vegas police said Friday that the gunman who opened fire on a country-music festival far below his hotel suite did not shoot a security guard six minutes before that rampage, contradicting a timeline that they had offered earlier this week.

The change marked the latest shift in the official narrative of what happened before and during the massacre, during which Stephen Paddock fired from his high-rise suite in the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds more.

Joseph Lombardo, the Las Vegas sheriff, also said Friday that the number of injuries related to the Oct. 1 massacre had increased, rising to 546.

 

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-las-vegas-shooting-timeline-20171013-story.html

 

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Earlier they said Campos found the door was partially open.  Now they say he found it barricaded.  What in the world is going on!

 

"Upon investigation, he said, police learned that Campos first encountered a barricaded door on the 32nd floor at 9:59 p.m., and that he was fired upon by Paddock "in close proximity to" 10:05 p.m., when police say the mass shooting began."

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What I'm getting from the updated report and a little of 60min interview is that Campos reached the service door from the service side coming into the hallway see here for image that it was barricaded/blocked. That was at 9:59PM. Campos then went back up to another level, I assume floor 33 and went around to reach floor level 32 another way to see why it was blocked. When Campos reached close to the service door from the hallway side on floor 32 Paddock opened fire. The time it took to walk up to another floor and around and get down the hallway close to the service door supposedly took 6min.

Before Sheriff Joe Lombardo updated the timeline, a 60min interview aired interviewing the police officers that first reached Paddocks suite. They described seeing the barricade and which they said they broke it open with a crowbar. In the 60min interview, the police also described drills and drill bits.

 

Hope that helps.

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Too many holes in the official story. No one is going to buy it. People have died since too... cover up in progress!

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5 hours ago, God Man said:

Earlier they said Campos found the door was partially open.  Now they say he found it barricaded.  What in the world is going on!

 

"Upon investigation, he said, police learned that Campos first encountered a barricaded door on the 32nd floor at 9:59 p.m., and that he was fired upon by Paddock "in close proximity to" 10:05 p.m., when police say the mass shooting began."

IMO the Mandalay and the FBI are getting their story straight so that the owners/insurers of the Mandalay will avoid paying for most of the liability. People are going to sue. At the same time it is apparent that the Mandalay and the FBI/CIA knew of whatever the f**k Paddock was up to there, yet they don't want to pay for it.

So they are crafting a story that lets them escape paying for it. The FBI is helping them craft a story that will let the court system charge the taxpayer IMO.

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5 hours ago, King Candy said:

What I'm getting from the updated report and a little of 60min interview is that Campos reached the service door from the service side coming into the hallway see here for image that it was barricaded/blocked. That was at 9:59PM. Campos then went back up to another level, I assume floor 33 and went around to reach floor level 32 another way to see why it was blocked. When Campos reached close to the service door from the hallway side on floor 32 Paddock opened fire. The time it took to walk up to another floor and around and get down the hallway close to the service door supposedly took 6min.

Before Sheriff Joe Lombardo updated the timeline, a 60min interview aired interviewing the police officers that first reached Paddocks suite. They described seeing the barricade and which they said they broke it open with a crowbar. In the 60min interview, the police also described drills and drill bits.

 

Hope that helps.

How the hell do you see a barricade on the insideif your on the outside?

Now if your gonna tell me he barricaded one suite then entered through the other, why would you only barricade one suite? Unless of course you were planning on escaping. But then why barricade at all?

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8 hours ago, Therin said:

IMO the Mandalay and the FBI are getting their story straight so that the owners/insurers of the Mandalay will avoid paying for most of the liability. People are going to sue. At the same time it is apparent that the Mandalay and the FBI/CIA knew of whatever the f**k Paddock was up to there, yet they don't want to pay for it.

So they are crafting a story that lets them escape paying for it. The FBI is helping them craft a story that will let the court system charge the taxpayer IMO.

That is an interesting theory and it would make sense.

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10 hours ago, notgoingtorespond said:

How the hell do you see a barricade on the insideif your on the outside?

Now if your gonna tell me he barricaded one suite then entered through the other, why would you only barricade one suite? Unless of course you were planning on escaping. But then why barricade at all?

1. I'm guessing Campos couldn't physically open it rather then actually seeing whats blocking or stopping the door. The other issue i wondered is, if it was barricaded closed, was the door open or closed,? Because the initial response to security was a door alarm. Or maybe the alarm was triggered because Paddock was working on the barricade tripping the alarm.

2. Paddock didn't barricade any of the hotel room doors just the service door. He may have barricade the internal side of the small room next to the main suite. Sorry for the confusion, in the link of the suite layout,  you can see stairwell that says stairs. That is the service area. The door to the service area was barricaded from the hallway side from my understanding.

Good question. I don't know. In my own opinion he might have been able to un-barricade when he was ready to escape. At the same time while it was barricaded the only way into the suite is down the hallway which made it deadly for anyone approaching. Thus he was ready to shoot anything and everyone that he saw using the baby monitor.

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Any forensic report of the unknown dead "body" up there .. have they released or reported the tests for gun powder reside on 'its' hands yet?

 

It is so much fun being a "juror" when both "the prosecutor" and "the defense attorney" are both suppressing evidence. What is a juror to do?

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