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*the woman Paddock was spending time with before the shooting and while gambling. You better believe they've located her. Why have we heard nothing? What the heck is going on?
*why were the lights turned on the audience right before the the shooting---full blast on the audience?
originally posted by: Subrosabelow
As for why test drones like this? Fear. Take out innocent people and blame it on the terrorists, or on the crazy old guy with a death wish. Keep people on edge and afraid. Create boogeymen and blame them for all the evils of the world so that the evil monsters behind the scenes are no longer under the microscope. Doesn't it seem rather suspicious that we have this shooting which once more catapults guns/gun violence into the spotlight, then right after, the Weinstein revelation.
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: Asktheanimals
There were no droan's this was literally next store to the airport. Meaning if someone attempted to fly droan's this would have immediately set off alarms at the airport and flights would have been grounded. Even the police helicopter had to get permission to be there. Also the reason you didn't see network copter's all over the place it's restricted air space.
“Right now airports do not have a radar that can effectively detect small drones (weighing less than 55 pounds),” said Chris Walach, director of the FAA-designated Nevada Unmanned Aviation Test Site. “When a bird gets sucked into an airliner engine, you have an engine failure. If a bird can produce that type of damage to an airline engine, you can imagine what an unmanned aircraft could do.”
originally posted by: Crumbles
a reply to: FamCore
WHAT..... Is that video real fam? If so not only can you see gunfire coming from a drone/helo, but you can see smoke. That video might just be the smoking gun to prove it was done from the air.