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Did you look him up? Jesus Campos?
He also would have had on a security jacket (like the guy witnessed being chased). Jesus Campos and the guy being chased could have been the ones that set up Paddock as a patsy....maybe posing as interested gun buyers.
"International Union, Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America" were the ones to identify Campos as the injured security guard.
THAT is an interesting organization. Imagine all the places their members provide security for.
The newly selected security officers union at Mandalay Bay has voted to sign an initial three-year contract with the south Strip resort.
In December, security guards at the resort approved representation in a 163-79 vote, becoming part of Local 2121 within the union’s Casino Hotel Industry Police division.
Union leaders began working in Las Vegas in May to negotiate terms of the first contract.
Workers at Mandalay Bay have been the only MGM resort security officers to vote for union representation by SPFPA. Votes at Excalibur and Circus Circus rejected the union.
I don't know why Campos would even approach the room without being armed.
And it is very odd that Paddock allegedly had cameras set up in the hallway...
...and managed to barricade the stairway doors, too.
That is just a lot to get away with before the actual shooting ever got started. But the narrative wouldn't make sense without those details to explain things.
judging by your handle I'm guessing you work in, or are associated with, fire-rescue in some capacity. So let me ask you a question... If you are dispatched to a burning building with people inside, is it better to wait an hour before entering that building? Or, is it better to enter that building sooner, like a lot sooner? You don't know what's going to happen, but in an hour whatever it is is almost certainly going to be worse, right?
In an interview airing Sunday on "60 Minutes," three police officers who stormed Stephen Paddock's hotel room in the Mandalay Bay hotel tell correspondent Bill Whitaker new details about the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. The officers were the first to see Paddock's body and the arsenal of weapons and ammunition he had stockpiled.
Officer Dave Newton from the Las Vegas Police Department's K-9 unit said he noticed a note on the shooter's nightstand once officers breached the room. He said the note was located near one of the windows that Paddock had smashed with a hammer to fire onto the crowd below with high-powered semi-automatic rifles outfitted to increase their rate of fire.
"I could see on it he had written the distance, the elevation he was on, the drop of what his bullet was gonna be for the crowd," Newton said. "So he had that written down and figured out so he would know where to shoot to hit his targets from there."
I'm not sure he did. I specifically read at one point that the cameras were not operating at all. Not to record, not to livestream, nothing. Which would explain how Campos was able to get right up to the hotel room door without being seen inside the room -- and shot much sooner. So either Paddock didn't know what he was doing...
originally posted by: Boadicea
a reply to: intrptr
M'kay... thank you... (she said through gritted teeth!)
I think I'll make my hubby look first and prepare me...
Enjoy the flea market
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
a reply to: Boadicea
Think about that for a while.
Does that make sense???
He could find that same info in 2 seconds on the web, but no, he's going to take the time to calculate it manually. Not very bright for a gambling mastermind, don't you think?
Or,...it's a ruse, another piece of making up the narrative.
I think the latter. Suckers might buy that, but I dont!!!