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originally posted by: EmmanuelGoldstein
a reply to: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
I'm starting to think that Paddock didn't fire a single shot, didn't have any guns and didn't smash the windows.
I think he was killed early on when someone decided to take over his room and fill it full of weapons and shells.
The windows were blown out by the accomplishers on the outside, probably at another location that also overlooks the show.
Paddock and Paddock's room is just the official story and setting.
Paddock was just a guy and now he is "the guy".
I don't think he even knew what was going on.
originally posted by: NightFlight
Also, I know of no reports, yet, of glass hitting the concrete from 32 stories up. I believe something like that would have made some noise or created a little excitement in and of itself...
originally posted by: Shamrock6
He was gonna do a deal but instead got shot by whoever was there who then went on to shoot those people at the concert
Because what's the best way to cover things up when you rip off a gun dealer or drug dealer?
Commit mass murder, of course. And do it for ten minutes, rather than just y'know...leave.
originally posted by: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
originally posted by: luthier
What if it's just a set up. They kidnapped a guy perfect candidate to confuse the investigation, dragged his wespons to the scene, killed him, and escaped as a security officer or swat team officer.
Another Australian man staying at the Mandalay Bay Resort has spoken about his close call with the Las Vegas gunman - claiming he launched his murderous attack from the room next door. Australian Brian Hodge, who previously worked at Jupiters Casino on the Gold Coast, claimed he was staying in the room next to the shooter on level 32 at the Las Vegas resort. He said he managed to escape the initial horrific scenes inside the hotel but found himself forced to hide in a bush for several hours after the event. “I got outside safely and was hiding in bushes,” Mr Hodge said. “There were multiple people dead and multiple shooters. I was just hiding waiting for police to come get us. “We were hiding in the bushes outside waiting for the police.” Mr Hodge said he was staying in room 32134 while the gunman was in room 32135. “It was a machine gun from the room next to me,” he said. “My floor is a crime scene. They killed a security guard on my floor.” Wendy Miller from Cooroy, on the Sunshine Coast, was also caught up in the attack. She was at a bar in the nearby Luxor Hotel with her husband when she saw what she described as a “man of interest” run by. “We managed to make our way back to our room…” she told The Courier-Mail. “We are in lock down. “Our door is dead locked and a chair against the door.” Ms Miller said the man sprinted through her hotel after coming off an escalator from the Mandalay Bay. “The man that they [security] were chasing was wearing a security jacket like them,” she said.