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LV Shooting : Campos Disappears before TV interviews set for Thursday night.

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posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 09:30 AM
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originally posted by: Jefferton
Weird story keeps getting weirder...


Just like so many others.....

Sandy Hook, Pulse, San Bernardino




posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 09:44 AM
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If paddock had a change of heart what about the rest of the crew?
If they eliminated paddock and Jesus. Took his place why didn't the rest of them do their part....why still only one gunman?
That is what I don't understand.


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posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 09:45 AM
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This makes a lot of sense when considered with my (developing) theory:

 

    Paddock was a small-time arms dealer, specializing in semi-legal and modified weaponry. His accounting and other positions were simply a cover; he made his money dealing arms. The Mandalay Bay was one of his meeting sites; he used the Las Vegas hotels for meeting with customers, and laundered money through the casinos. As an accountant, he would be intimately familiar with the process. His extravagance was how he gave the hotels their 'cut' of the profits, in return for their apathy.

    On the night of the Las Vegas shooting, Stephen Paddock was meeting with a customer in the adjoining room to his suite. He had meticulously carried samples of the various weaponry he had access to into his room. Unbeknownst to him, his customers were not who they seemed that night. As the meeting began, Paddock had his goods on display and both parties unbolted the connecting door between the suites. During the deal, Paddock's customers at some point overpowered Paddock. Campos unfortunately showed up in the wrong pace at the wrong time, and was shot at not by Paddock, but by his customers. The management of the Mandalay Bay initially thought the shots were misfires and hesitated before calling in authorities.

    Once shots had been fired, however, Paddock's customers were committed. They shot Paddock, making it look like a suicide, then broke out two windows and took aim at the crowd below: their intended mission. Taking turns, one at each window, they routinely sprayed the crowd. The cameras were there to detect anyone arriving early; they knew how long they had before the police arrived. When the police did arrive, they had already slipped out of the meeting rooms and back to other rooms already rented in the hotel. Suddenly, they became scared bystanders needing to be rescued.

    Upon arrival, the police probably followed standard procedure for an active shooter. They breached the door, possibly but not definitely announcing their entry verbally, amid a hail of gunfire intended to neutralize an active armed shooter who would surely be firing back. They entered and saw Paddock, freshly dead from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The assumption was that, like so many other shooters, Paddock had committed suicide.
 

Campos is the single wild card in the story. He can make statements that will blow holes in the present version of the official story. That could open up more investigations into the story itself, and there are already a lot of conspiracy theories, like admittedly the one above, circulating.

The scary part of all this is the end result and the question of who, then, were Paddock's customers? I believe the truth is that this was a false flag operation, possibly in conjunction with foreign terrorists, designed to do exactly what it did: instill enough terror in Americans, specifically right-wing-leaning Americans such as were targeted, to re-start the gun control debate after the devastating loss in the 2016 elections.

Trump is staunchly pro-2nd amendment, and no gun control was going to get though his office without a major change in the attitude of his supporters. Attempts have been made for almost a year now to discredit Trump, demonize Trump, sabotage Trump, and destroy Trump... all to no avail. The court challenges have only delayed implementation of a new type of administration that has the ability (and desire) to use the deep state's own propaganda weaponry against them. The firing of James Comey was a more important story than even most of the ATS membership realizes; Comey was the lynch-pin in the FBI, which has not changed in its mission since the days of J. Edgar Hoover. All that information is now in the hands of the Trump administration.

This all tells me the following:
  • The FBI is not clean. The corruption ran much deeper than the head offices of the department, and even access to Comey's 'private' data has not been sufficient to quickly end the corruption.

  • The deep state is becoming more and more anxious and scared by the day.

  • Trump's popularity is, as I suspected, growing among the population, despite what the MSM would like us to believe.

  • The operation was not carried out against the US... it was carried out BY the US against its own population. If foreign terrorists were involved, it was at the invitatiuon of the deep state.

  • It is appearing more and more that the deep state is not fighting ISIS and similar groups, but acually conspiring with them behind the cover of propaganda.

  • We are all in danger from our own government.

I suspect Campos is either hiding because he has been informed to some degree of why he is to keep his trap shut, or he is hiding from those who masterminded the operation. He may be dead... suicide would be the best cover story, although an accident would also work.

There are dark days ahead of us.

TheRedneck



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:01 AM
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Jesus Campos is either...

Witness to the largest mass shooting in recent history and because some facts do not look correct being held in Witness protection (honestly if they mentioned this his life would be more in jeopardy, think about it)

In on a conspiracy or covert mission (no lone shooter i.e. ISIS or FBI or shadow Government, he was a shooter, buyer or deep cover FBI agent etc ad nauseam)

Dead...



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:06 AM
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Not sure when this was taken, but here is a new photo of Campos I had not yet seen:



pbs.twimg.com...:large

Anyone know who he is pictured with and when this was supposed to have been taken?



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:08 AM
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originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
Not sure when this was taken, but here is a new photo of Campos I had not yet seen:



pbs.twimg.com...:large

Anyone know who he is pictured with and when this was supposed to have been taken?


Is that a cane he is leaning on? If so, was this recent, or was he injured prior to this event?



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:13 AM
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originally posted by: Vasa Croe

originally posted by: Tekaran
So now what has happened? This guy is supposed to do an interview and never shows up? Things just keep getting stranger and stranger. I feel the FBI is trying to cover something up.



Where in the world is Jesus Campos?
The Mandalay Bay security guard shot by Stephen Paddock in the moments leading up to the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history was set to break his silence Thursday night with five television interviews, including one on Fox News, Campos' union president said.
Except when the cameras were about to roll, and media gathered in the building to talk to him, Campos reportedly bolted, and, as of early Friday morning, it wasn't immediately clear where he was.


My bullcrap meter is pegged right now.

Fox News Source


A theory on the shooting I read earlier would be a good reason to skip...


EACH ONE OF THOSE GUNS WERE SUPPOSED TO GO TO A DIFFERENT MEMBER OF THE ISIS CELL. THEY ALL HAD DIFFERENT ROOMS AT DIFFERENT HOTEL/CASINOS. THEY WERE ALL GOING TO CARRY OUT AN ATTACK AT THE SAME TIME. 20+ SHOOTERS ALL ATTACKING AT ONCE. PADDOCK AND CAMPOS HAD A MEETING WHERE PADDOCK GOT A CHANGE OF HEART SO CAMPOS KILLED HIM FOR IT AND CARRIED OUT AT LEAST HIS PART OF THE MISSION. THEN HE SHOT HIMSELF IN THE LEG AND BLAMED PADDOCK. THIS IS WHY FBI IS QUIET. THERE ARE STILL 20+ ISIS MEMBERS IN THE LOOSE WHO WANNA # # UP.


And his pic




So the theory is now 20+ shooters?

Lol.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:17 AM
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a reply to: Vasa Croe

Lacking evidence, but an interesting theory, I suppose. Of course, I could make up something that sounds great, too, and people would buy into it.

That's the problem with conspiracy theories--I pull a Fox Mulder and I want to believe, but the rational side of me has to wait for at least some compelling evidence.

It does help explain all of the claims that he wasn't a gun enthusiast and had minimal firearms training, but still, that's just conspiratorial circumstantial evidence. I need more, but I'm not tossing my hat in the ring of the official story just yet, either.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:18 AM
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a reply to: intrptr

Pretty sure interviews are not a paid gig...and if they are occasionally they're not high paying. I just did a search and read through a few sources and they all pretty much agree paying for interviews is a tabloid tactic.

So do we have any reason he would wait until literally the last min to bolt? Did anyone actually see him there? Or was production just told he was there? I would assume he made it to a green room or some such for them to go ahead with preparing for the interview as well as be surprised by him leaving. Had he never showed at all I doubt they would have prepared for any interviews.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:18 AM
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a reply to: CynConcepts

Yes, that's a cane he is leaning on. Not only that, but what about this bit here:



Why is something apparently 'painted' over here?



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:26 AM
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originally posted by: TheRedneck
This makes a lot of sense when considered with my (developing) theory:

 

    Paddock was a small-time arms dealer, specializing in semi-legal and modified weaponry. His accounting and other positions were simply a cover; he made his money dealing arms. The Mandalay Bay was one of his meeting sites; he used the Las Vegas hotels for meeting with customers, and laundered money through the casinos. As an accountant, he would be intimately familiar with the process. His extravagance was how he gave the hotels their 'cut' of the profits, in return for their apathy.

    On the night of the Las Vegas shooting, Stephen Paddock was meeting with a customer in the adjoining room to his suite. He had meticulously carried samples of the various weaponry he had access to into his room. Unbeknownst to him, his customers were not who they seemed that night. As the meeting began, Paddock had his goods on display and both parties unbolted the connecting door between the suites. During the deal, Paddock's customers at some point overpowered Paddock. Campos unfortunately showed up in the wrong pace at the wrong time, and was shot at not by Paddock, but by his customers. The management of the Mandalay Bay initially thought the shots were misfires and hesitated before calling in authorities.

    Once shots had been fired, however, Paddock's customers were committed. They shot Paddock, making it look like a suicide, then broke out two windows and took aim at the crowd below: their intended mission. Taking turns, one at each window, they routinely sprayed the crowd. The cameras were there to detect anyone arriving early; they knew how long they had before the police arrived. When the police did arrive, they had already slipped out of the meeting rooms and back to other rooms already rented in the hotel. Suddenly, they became scared bystanders needing to be rescued.

    Upon arrival, the police probably followed standard procedure for an active shooter. They breached the door, possibly but not definitely announcing their entry verbally, amid a hail of gunfire intended to neutralize an active armed shooter who would surely be firing back. They entered and saw Paddock, freshly dead from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The assumption was that, like so many other shooters, Paddock had committed suicide.
 

Campos is the single wild card in the story. He can make statements that will blow holes in the present version of the official story. That could open up more investigations into the story itself, and there are already a lot of conspiracy theories, like admittedly the one above, circulating.

The scary part of all this is the end result and the question of who, then, were Paddock's customers? I believe the truth is that this was a false flag operation, possibly in conjunction with foreign terrorists, designed to do exactly what it did: instill enough terror in Americans, specifically right-wing-leaning Americans such as were targeted, to re-start the gun control debate after the devastating loss in the 2016 elections.

Trump is staunchly pro-2nd amendment, and no gun control was going to get though his office without a major change in the attitude of his supporters. Attempts have been made for almost a year now to discredit Trump, demonize Trump, sabotage Trump, and destroy Trump... all to no avail. The court challenges have only delayed implementation of a new type of administration that has the ability (and desire) to use the deep state's own propaganda weaponry against them. The firing of James Comey was a more important story than even most of the ATS membership realizes; Comey was the lynch-pin in the FBI, which has not changed in its mission since the days of J. Edgar Hoover. All that information is now in the hands of the Trump administration.

This all tells me the following:
  • The FBI is not clean. The corruption ran much deeper than the head offices of the department, and even access to Comey's 'private' data has not been sufficient to quickly end the corruption.

  • The deep state is becoming more and more anxious and scared by the day.

  • Trump's popularity is, as I suspected, growing among the population, despite what the MSM would like us to believe.

  • The operation was not carried out against the US... it was carried out BY the US against its own population. If foreign terrorists were involved, it was at the invitatiuon of the deep state.

  • It is appearing more and more that the deep state is not fighting ISIS and similar groups, but acually conspiring with them behind the cover of propaganda.

  • We are all in danger from our own government.

I suspect Campos is either hiding because he has been informed to some degree of why he is to keep his trap shut, or he is hiding from those who masterminded the operation. He may be dead... suicide would be the best cover story, although an accident would also work.

There are dark days ahead of us.

TheRedneck



Word.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:34 AM
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originally posted by: RazorV66
a reply to: Tekaran

My guess would be stage fright, on the biggest night of his acting career.

We've seen plenty of pictures of crisis actors behaving in totally unrealistic ways. I'm guessing that they're hired for their discretion, more than their acting ability.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:34 AM
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originally posted by: RickyD
a reply to: intrptr

Pretty sure interviews are not a paid gig...and if they are occasionally they're not high paying. I just did a search and read through a few sources and they all pretty much agree paying for interviews is a tabloid tactic.

So do we have any reason he would wait until literally the last min to bolt? Did anyone actually see him there? Or was production just told he was there? I would assume he made it to a green room or some such for them to go ahead with preparing for the interview as well as be surprised by him leaving. Had he never showed at all I doubt they would have prepared for any interviews.


They can be if they want to talk to you bad enough.

www.nytimes.com...

www.couriermail.com.au... 09c065d0fd5
edit on 10/13/17 by dragonridr because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:36 AM
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a reply to: Vasa Croe

I'm no expert on men's fashion,...but who buttons the collar button w/o a tie, these days?



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:37 AM
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originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: CynConcepts

Yes, that's a cane he is leaning on. Not only that, but what about this bit here:



Why is something apparently 'painted' over here?



I don't think anything is "painted", that looks like part of his suit jacket. You can see where the button is, it just looks weird in the lighting and because it's black. But I don't think it's altered.

However, this is a pretty awesome photo as I haven't seen it anywhere else. This also confirms which pic of JC is really him since there was another one (guy with red tie) floating around who is a completely different person.
edit on 13-10-2017 by JaeG14 because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:37 AM
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a reply to: TheRedneck

Interesting theory--I'll have to keep an eye on things and look a bit more closely at the forthcoming evidence in the future, and if Campos ever reemerges. If not, it's not looking good for the official/accepted story.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:38 AM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

Millenials.

Nothing more needs said.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:48 AM
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originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: CynConcepts

Yes, that's a cane he is leaning on. Not only that, but what about this bit here:



Why is something apparently 'painted' over here?


Actually, his entire right arm looks photoshopped in. Look at his left arm outline and compare with the right arm. Photo looks really odd.

It appears that this could be him graduating from some sort of training for security if legit. Those could be his trainers around him?



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:49 AM
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a reply to: JaeG14


I don't think anything is "painted", that looks like part of his suit jacket. You can see where the button is, it just looks weird in the lighting and because it's black. But I don't think it's altered.


You're probably right and it's due to odd digital artifacts in the processing. It just looks really strange at first glance.



posted on Oct, 13 2017 @ 10:54 AM
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originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: IAMTAT

Millenials.

Nothing more needs said.



Just Millenials? Do any other folks typically dress that way?

...or was your post designed to shut down additional speculation?




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