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originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
Personally, I'm beginning to think Lombardo is being made the fall guy. And, I agree, there are probably a whole slew of people who are ready to come forward and argue the official narrative, and I'm betting Lombardo is right at the front of the pack (that's my personal opinion). I think he's being spoon fed the official narrative from someone else (likely the feds), and those aren't his words. From what I can tell, he's a pretty shrewd operator and he's only going to play along for so long. Then all bets are off. I'm thinking we're pretty close to that point now with this latest revelation!
I'm betting the feds are just LIVID over his releasing this latest detail. I think the official story is now cracking hopelessly apart and about ready to shatter!
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
a reply to: 0x6372756d6273
I've said from the very beginning that the whole notion of SWAT taking over an hour to show up just completely doesn't make sense! I mean seriously, go back over 100 pages or so (in this thread) and this is what I've been saying. In fact, I think it was one of my first posts on this thread. Several other threads as well. A bunch of people have thrown all manner of rocks at me for saying this, but the whole time...it just doesn't add up.
Now, it adds up even less! And, it's a credible and real issue, always has been...even though no one wanted to acknowledge this initially.
I've also said the doors between 134 and 135 had alarm contact on them. Now it would seem THIS is what Campos was allegedly responding to, NOT the shooting (because it hadn't started yet).
So, once again, I ask...why did it take SWAT so long to show up??? Why did it take authorities so long to figure out what room he was in???
Fully 6 minutes BEFORE the shooting on the crowd started...Campos had been shot, AND "200 ROUNDS" had been fired from a high powered rifle down the hallway INSIDE the hotel!!! All of this BEFORE the shooter started firing on the crowd! HOW, could there be ANY question where the shooter was??? It's just incomprehensible (as I've been saying over and over).
Can anyone else appreciate just how completely insane all of this is???
(it's like the freaking twilight zone!)
An open door a few rooms away from the Las Vegas suite of the man who was gunning down concertgoers at a music festival set off an alarm that prompted a response from a security guard, Clark County Undersheriff Kevin C. McMahill said Friday.
The alarm from a room "a number of doors down" from Paddock's likely was a coincidence, McMahill told CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." The door was not forced open, had been open for a while, and Paddock didn't have the keys to that room. McMahill said that door either had been left open or didn't shut completely.
The sources, briefed on the investigation but not authorized to speak publicly, said the incendiary rounds were recovered in an area near the tank.
It is unclear if the rounds that struck the tank were also of the incendiary variety.
Chris Jones, an airport spokesman, said he was unaware of any rounds being recovered other than those that struck the tank.
originally posted by: queenofswords
a reply to: Deadscreameyes
I watched that witness and she seemed very certain of what she was saying, right down to a detail about the woman playing with someone's hair and telling them they were going to die. The witness did not appear to be making it up, but, like you said, nobody else has come forward. Maybe everybody in the area that could have heard the woman say that, got killed.
Law enforcement sources told CBS News that Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock is believed to have used the freight elevator at the Mandalay Bay hotel casino in the days leading up to last week's deadly attack. It wasn't clear what Paddock used the freight elevator for or how often he used it.