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About the Vegas Killer... newest info

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posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 05:30 PM
This isn't new but it's the first chance I've had to post it:

COMMENTARY: Has the FBI become a telemarketing firm for the trial lawyers?

Is it possible that the FBI uses the trust and bond formed with victims of violent crime and even mass murder to sign them up as clients for private law firms?

Here’s the story.

J.P.’s niece was contacted by a FBI “victim specialist” a week after the Vegas tragedy — at the worst and most fragile moment of her life. The “victim specialist” identified herself as an employee of the FBI and said her goal was to help victims such as J.P.’s niece receive the money “she needs and deserves.” She asked this grieving widow to sign a form and send it back to get the process started quickly.

The form was a contract to join a class-action lawsuit against MGM and Mandalay Bay. Worst of all, it was a contract with two private law firms. I’ve seen the contract the FBI sent to this widow.

J.P. Hyan called the Los Angeles FBI office about this. The FBI “agent on duty” said he saw nothing wrong with such activity. He strongly suggested J.P. have his niece speak only to the FBI “victim specialist.”

Beyond the very obvious inappropriateness of a government agency exploiting injured, grieving and otherwise traumatized victims and/or witnesses by acting as solicitors for private parties in the course of an official investigation, it's the last sentence (that I bolded) that raises big fat waving red flags... I suspect that anyone who joins the class action lawsuit is required to sign a confidentiality/nondisclosure agreement and to discuss their case only with the attorneys and law enforcement.

Neat trick there to keep victims and witnesses from talking publicly.

posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 06:23 PM
a reply to: PhyllidaDavenport

Three Shooters

I believe this is a new analysis of an old video posted by someone earlier in this thread... or maybe it was the other thread. In the previous analysis posted, the narrator of the video pointed out the first and most obvious black-clad figure to appear. Some suggested he could be a stagehand or security or something. But in the comments at the link, a commenter said she saw additional figures -- but she didn't elaborate in the comments I saw. So this is really cool that someone else found them and highlighted them for us! Thank you for posting it!!!

The Dark Helicopter

If ATA posted this one, I missed it -- so I thank you for posting it again -- but it sure corroborates what ATA's been finding, eh? I don't know what to make of it beyond that it's quite odd, and it would seem someone is erasing lines and dots as another poster phrased it. I want to hear ATA's comments.

Prince al Waleed

Given the events that are playing out now, if the other "facts" as presented are true, the assassination attempt makes sense and warrants more attention. I have wondered about it. But I tend to think the above is not a totally accurate version.

posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 07:17 PM
a reply to: Boadicea

Oh my gosh -- I just remembered something! A couple weeks ago I was re-visiting the Aussie guy and his various interviews and social media postings. He not only said there was a shoot out on his floor -- the 32nd floor -- but that one of the bad guys looked "Asian," which is a common reference to Middle Easterners -- including Saudis of course.

I'll have to get back to that. I think that Aussie guy is more important to understanding the story than we currently realize...

a reply to: PhyllidaDavenport

I meant to post this to you -- not myself... d'oh!
edit on 10-11-2017 by Boadicea because: (no reason given)

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