January 16, 2018
Tucker Carlson had former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino on his show with a scoop on the Las Vegas shooting investigation.
Bongino isn’t Mike Cernovich or Alex Jones, he is generally a serious guy, and he was implying that his sources in the investigation think Stephen Paddock had a political motive (non-Islamic) in targeting a mostly white country music concert.
This was everyone’s initial gut feeling. The FBI and mainstream media immediately jumped up to defend Antifa and the Judeo-Left when people started speculating. They certainly didn’t extend that benefit of the doubt to James Fields, whose car crash was laughably labeled “domestic terrorism.”
Whatever the case may be, Paddock certainly wasn’t someone who woke up in a bad mood and went postal. New details show he not only meticulously planned the attack, but apparently went out of his way to hide the motive, so he probably didn’t do it to make an obvious point either. It is also being suggested that he may have been terminally ill.
All of that would be consistent with an entitled Woodstock J-leftist or Antifa sympathizer on his death bed trying to bring evil white racists down with him.
What is most stark is that it appears a possible accomplice or enabler has been uncovered. His Filipino mail-order bride Marilou Danley has already admitted that she helped him load the magazines he used. Email correspondence between Paddock and another account shows he had somebody selling and familiarizing him with the weapons used in the crime.
The stink of a Jewish cover-up here isn’t just coming from inconsistencies in the facts, but also from the shocking reality that the mainstream media isn’t treating this as important.
They probably know more than we do and are afraid.
FOX5 is learning new information about the 1 October shooting from more than 300 pages of recently unsealed FBI documents. A judge made the decision on Friday to unseal dozens of search warrants despite insistence from investigators for the documents to stay sealed.
Although the documents do not reveal everything the FBI found, it outlines the probable cause FBI agents used to make requests and gives us an idea of what they have been looking for.
According to one of many requests for access into shooter Stephen Paddock’s email account, investigators found that he may have been emailing himself cryptic messages.
“try an ar before u buy. we have huge selection. located in las vegas area,” Paddock reportedly wrote on July 7, 2017, from his email@example.com email address.
“we have a wide variety of optics and ammunition to try,” someone responded, from the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
“for a thrill try out bumpfire ar’s with a 100 round magazine,” email@example.com replied.
Investigators said they are unsure whether the person behind the firstname.lastname@example.org is Paddock, based on the very similar email addresses. If it is not Paddock, investigators stated they need to find out who is replying to the shooter’s emails. For that reason, agents requested access into both email addresses.
The FBI states Paddock was once the manager of an apartment complex in Reno called Central Park.
The FBI also requested access to Marilou Danley’s online accounts. Danley was Paddock’s live-in girlfriend. She was out of the country during 1 October and received money from him prior to the shooting. Her “player’s club card” was inside Paddock’s Mandalay Bay hotel room. Within hours after the shooting, she deleted her Facebook account.
When Danley arrived in the United States, she admitted that her fingerprints are probably on the bullets used during the massacre, because she would help her boyfriend load magazines.
“She has been identified thus far as the most likely person who aided or abetted Stephen Paddock based on her informing law enforcement that her fingerprints would likely be found on the ammunition used during the attack,” wrote an FBI agent. “Although, the investigation to date has not produced any conclusive evidence that Danley aided Paddock, had foreknowledge of his plans or has been deceptive with law enforcement, this aspect of the investigation is still the subject of intensive review…investigators are not yet prepared to rule this possibility out.”
Number of shots inside the Mandalay Bay?
Throughout the 300 pages of FBI search warrants, agents repeatedly used the same sentence, at least a dozen times. to describe what they found inside the Mandalay Bay.
“Officers and Agents found over 20 firearms, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and hundreds of spent shell casings in the Mandalay Bay hotel rooms, in close proximity to Paddock’s body.”
It is unclear why the FBI would state there were only “hundreds” of spent shell casings inside the room Paddock used to carry out this mass shooting, considering at least 600 people were hit. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has stated that, thankfully, the majority of Paddock’s shots did not land. If this is true, one would think that agents would have found thousands of casings — not “hundreds.”
Throughout other areas of the documents, the investigators wrote they found “over a thousand rounds” inside Paddock’s car and “over a thousand rounds” inside Paddock’s Mesquite residence. Still, only “hundreds” inside the Mandalay Bay.
Another judge could decide to unseal search warrants from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department as early as Tuesday. Metro has stated that it will have representatives in court to argue against the release of documents to the public.
Why is the LVPD trying to keep what they’ve got so far away from the eyes of the public?
According to what the FBI has let seep out, something is not adding up between the amount of spent casings near Paddock’s body and the amount of people shot. A second shooter is naturally the first thing that comes to mind.
Word is that more documents will be released later today. We’ll keep you updated as more information is revealed about this bizarre case.