posted on Oct, 20 2017 @ 06:41 PM
I just want to shed some light in the thread. I hope it can help. First of all I'm new and have been following this event from day one. I have been
reading ATS and I like that their are some logical remarks and that its not all false flag injected opinions like some other forums. Last thing before
I get back to the thread, I am not for or against the narrative but can only examine what evidence we have to the public.
Lets start with Mike Adams. He has no creditable what so ever. He is a known quack that holds no doctorate degree or any audio engineering experience
to make a video with such claim of a second shooter. I don't care what his math jargon is, the most critical red flag is he cannot prove or show his
report. He has not and will not pin point his conclusion into which video clip(s) his report got his claim because I guarantee a professional will
prove him wrong. My expertise in audio is a hobby and have been so for 10 years using all kind of hardware and software. I do not hold any audio
degree but pure enthusiast and practice. I have learned to hear echoing, reverb and different FX that can make or break a song.
I personally have download most videos and extracted all the audio, synced them in Audacity and reviewed all of them over and over again. I have found
no indication of a second shooter. No overlapping nor indication of one in the crowd. All video when aligned show the same fire cadence from the same
gun. If you feel the need to try this yourself I have hosted a project file on google drive that can be reviewed by anyone interested. The audio
program Audacity is free widely known open source software that can be download and installed to MS, Apple and Linux.
The guns. I'm not a big gun fan, but what I have learned and talked too with other gun enthusiast is that most of what the long fire rate heard in the
videos was the use of a slide fire modification. Combined with the audio project you can hear distinctly that is shows to be a slide fire just by the
cadence. If you notice that the weapon on the floor showing a long gray magazine, the weapon has the slide fire on it and includes the helping hand
grip to hold the firearm back into the shoulder. There are three other weapons in the chairs that are pushed together and may also have slide fire
attached as they have the long gray magazines. I cant tell if they were used or unused, but In the audio you can see the probability of some of the
weapons jamming. You can also notice that the other weapons with the bipods and scopes do not have the long magazines but shorter, less capacity. It
would make it impractical to shoot as the extended mag would extend down farther then the legs. You also notice one of the short magazines next to the
scoped weapon looks fully loaded. I believe he never got to reload it as he just fired onto the tanks in the beginning and decided to into his frenzy.
I have estimated around 1000 bullets fired over the whole time line which from the audio shows mostly from the slide fire weapons. Which covers 10:01
to 10:16. I believe Paddock did not use all his weapons and obviously not all his ammo.
I do have unanswered questions just from an audio perspective. Like the first initial three shots made. I think he was trying to shoot the fuel tanks
at the airport. I feel that the first one was a miss and the second two were hits, but its visually disputed by the initial people walking fast out
the East gate. I don't know at that exact time if they left because of seeing someone hit or just because of the noise.