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On scene investigator banned from Mandalay Bay, MGM, for life after he discovered this!

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posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 08:05 PM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

That's making the very unsupportable assumption that he cares even a little bit for the truth... Which he doesn't and everything he's posted from the jump has been about self aggrandizement attempting to appear knowledgeable about a subject he's completely obviously ignorant about in the extreme, and his over the top and pathetic LARP'ing now with added props and arbitrary time limits imposed on availability of something he SAID he was putting on HIS SERVER and then put on a s***** freehosting site as if that could pass somehow as "his server"

He's a complete toolbag and ragingly incompetent at being one to add insult to injury.

Uk translation ... He's a bloody wanker mate




posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 09:15 PM
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I'm sure these hotels are very sensitive about their security and anyone trying to document it could be under suspicion for planning a crime. I'm sure they reserve the right to refuse entrance to anyone they want. They also have the guns and muscle to make sure said person doesn't get to stay or ever come back (facial recognition upon entry).



posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 09:17 PM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

Totally get your view and I am in line with it.

What actually happened in my opinion is the PI is not telling the whole story and was asking stupid questions and trying to access restricted areas still under investigation.

My original point was if the PI is telling the truth and was honestly conducting a passive investigation, how did hotel security and the Feds ID him? If he truly was only taking cell phone photos, ordering room service and not trying to access restricted areas he’s just like any other schmo at Mandalay. They can only ID him by his twitter posts which the handle Nick Falco is a nod to the TV show Law & Order not his real name.

How do the Feds track those posts back to him at Mandalay? It seems a pretty good counter-intelligence trick for just a straight forward investigation. Something the CIA/NSA seem better equipped for.



posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 09:38 PM
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Dear ATS Readers, Writers,

Hello there privatepilotuk, you asked about any modern FF's acknowledged and etc..

Well that is just the problem, governments rarely admit to anything.

Although, for some examples that are pretty much a given and accepted as fact are:

Tonkin Gulf Incident that escalated Viet Nam.

The USS Maine blowing up in Havana Harbour. Utilising the "never let a good crisis go to waste" mindset..thus the Spanish-American War was launched.

One tried, but failed was the Israeli attack on the US ship Liberty.

But totally admitting to them.. that doesn't happen by any government really unless looking down the barrel of a gun.

Pravdaseeker




a reply to: privatepilotuk


(post by badnezzrevenge removed for a serious terms and conditions violation)

posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 10:27 PM
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a reply to: pravdaseeker

Thank you for your reply. You are right about their success...I know people like that too. Either time has blurred the details in their memories or they were so confused in the aftermath that they just tuned them out. I think that's what "they" were going for here. I am optimistic that the balance has finally tipped in favor of the good guys this time and this will be unequivocally exposed for what it is.

I don't know if this...or other stories that seem doubtful on the face of things...is simply more confusion and distraction or if they actually have merit. What I do know is that with every new story that emerges, this issue is staying up front and relevant. That is so very crucial, that no aspect of this gets swept under the rug. Under enough pressure, they will make a fatal error in judgement, and when they do, the whole world will be watching.



posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 10:46 PM
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Have any of you ever taking pictures at a casino before? I remember one day I had a few winning nice hands of video poker, and wanted to document it on my phone with pictures. About 3 pictures in I had security at my back telling me I am not allowed to take pictures and will be removed and banned from the casino if I continue.

I know the reasoning for this is to avoid hackers from uploading the results of every hand to some application that will try to reverse engineer the current random generator to attempt to win the next hand.

But I would bet going out and taking pictures of elevator cameras around the hotel will get you kicked as well, for looking like you are planning something. They can easily see your face, and compare it with the face picture they took while you checked into the hotel at the front desk.



posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 11:21 PM
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I tried following him on Twitter as apparently he recently went private. I requested him earlier and I just checked to see if he accepted, and he blocked me lol. I saw people saying on Twitter that he went MIA shortly after posting his findings. Something tells me the hotel or FBI had additional contact with him and spooked him. He might never do "independent investigating" again.



posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 11:23 PM
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originally posted by: privatepilotuk

originally posted by: tigertatzen
a reply to: pravdaseeker

One witness already died right after posting insistent testimony contradictory to the official joke of a narrative on social media.



The witness Kymberley Suchomel, died sadly from previous health issues. She had been diagnosed a couple months back with a benign brain tumor, she just was a victim of the Las Vegas shooting but escaped safely. And this morning she never woke up after having a seizure. He family thinks the stress of the Las Vegas event caused further seizures.

I don't think she was "Rubbed out" by anyone.


She may not have been. The opinion of her family may indeed turn out to be correct. However, she did in fact expire after posting something rather adamantly on social media that directly contradicts the official narrative. There is no denying that.

You're parroting what you read about her alleged cause of death, but what did you read...an official state ME autopsy report? Because if the answer to that is not in the affirmative, then it is not a definitive cause of death, but rather an assumption. Therefore, all possibilities are still on the table.

Once her cause of death is firmly established by a licensed medical examiner, then there will be no cause for speculation otherwise. Until then, it remains a disturbingly synchronous set of circumstances, which is completely appropriate for a discussion on a conspiracy website, such as this one.

Either way, even if it was simply an overload of her nervous system due to the trauma of the event, she's still dead, and under very unusual circumstances. If I suddenly dropped dead directly after posting something that questioned the veracity of an official narrative in the aftermath of a tragedy such as this, I would hope that at least someone out there would take the time to question it rather than simply accept assumption as fact.



posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 11:43 PM
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This is quite telling:

13. I was evicted after less than 24 hours but a shooter w 23 rifles was at their hotel for 7 days & they didn't know?



posted on Oct, 16 2017 @ 11:52 PM
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If this is all true then we might see this investigator die "of natural causes" quite soon.

Vegas is the most surveilled city on the planet or at least the US, no doubt.
I personally wouldn't trust the mirrors or TV's in their rooms.

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I've not really kept up with the story much in the past week, so I don't really know what to think.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 01:06 AM
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Dear ATS Readers, Writers,

Thanks tigertatzen, and I agree with your words here.

Wouldn't it be wonderful just for once to see the bad guys lose?

It is very depressing to see "them" get away with it every bloody time.

Pravdaseeker


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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 01:18 AM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
They can't ALL be false flags can they?



Nope.

Just sayin.

You guys do the same exact thing every single time there's a shooter.

Every single blessed time.

It's pathetic.


well, it's just silly-oh-us.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 03:00 AM
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originally posted by: smurfy
Of course that can be the case, but that's not really the point of this thread, it's more to do with the aftermath regardless of any circumstance.

It was an answer to a specific post, not a comment on the topic of the thread.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 03:51 AM
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Dear ATS Readers, Writers,

Greetings again ArMaP.

Curious here, what do you make of the Security guard Campos still being missing in action?

Been long enough one would think he would at least let someone know he is ok, or still alive.

In hiding? In fear of his life? Lord forbid, but already dead maybe?

It is getting kind of weird with his continued disappearance and total silence on the matter. It is to the point now people are getting concerned for his wellbeing.

Pravdaseeker



a reply to: ArMaP



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 04:11 AM
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“Falco tweeted: “MGM admits that they track your location through your phone whether or not Wifi is used! Heavy surveillance!” However, he questions how Paddock got “23 rifles” up to his room if surveillance actually exists.


I'm so tired of this narrative. If they had no cause to be watching the guy, they wouldn't have been watching him. They don't have enough staff to be watching every single guest, and bringing in luggage isn't going to alert security. They're watching for drunks, fights, drugs, cheating and theft. Not a guy brining in multiple suitcases throughout the day. Even if in some bizarre world security noticed that, what are they going to say? is there a limit on how many bags you can bring up? Lots of bags alone aren't suspicious enough to warrant the possible lawsuits, terrible publicity and potential for losing someone who is apparently worth comping.

He wasn't carrying the things in one at a time and waving them around. He wasn't going to be walking by the same people every time, he could easily figure out shift changes. I'm also pretty sure there's more than one way to that room. It's REAL easy to break apart an AR, they aren't really THAT heavy, and I'm sure the hotel deals with a ton of very heavy bags and practices discretion because it's freaking Vegas. You can pack a ton of weight into one suitcase, and if anyone was stupid enough to ask what was in it, you could tell them it was none of their business.

Were they all rifles? Seems like an "investigative journalist" would either have definitive proof of that, or not make the claim. I've yet to see anything detailing all the weapons. That could be because I've been ignoring this lately. If anyone has a link to that info I'd really appreciate it.

I also really enjoy the part where the dude gets a completely different meal, presumably at a different time of day, after this tragedy and the casino has no doubt been made aware of the 2 guest conspiracy and thinks it's a somehow credible. It's not. Maybe the person taking the order messed up, maybe there was a hooker, maybe the shooter was more of a weirdo than we know and liked having meals with one of his guns or the police haven't released information about his RealDoll.

There's also pretty much no proof this guy actually WAS contacted by the people he was claiming. It's his word and a piece of paper that for all we know he could have procured some other way. I almost guarantee there are easy ways to go about getting the wording for that trespass letter, considering how many people have probably posted it online. He could have just typed it up, printed it out and taken a picture.

I don't like the lack of official story, but this is even worse.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 05:10 AM
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a reply to: tigertatzen

If I should suddenly keel over dead my wife will swear it was from staying up all night drinking coffee, smoking cigarettes and reading ATS.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 05:13 AM
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a reply to: Domo1

Even if you were making a weapons deal you wouldn't be toting 300 lbs of guns and ammunition up to a 32nd story room in a casino hotel where security is tighter than an Alabama tick.

Maybe work out the deal there but certainly not deliver the guns AND AMMO.
I wish everyone would drop that line of thinking entirely, it's so unrealistic it's like killing Superman with garlic or something.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 05:55 AM
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originally posted by: Asktheanimals
I'm sure these hotels are very sensitive about their security and anyone trying to document it could be under suspicion for planning a crime. I'm sure they reserve the right to refuse entrance to anyone they want. They also have the guns and muscle to make sure said person doesn't get to stay or ever come back (facial recognition upon entry).


If all that is true, it begs the question why didn't they know anything and why don't we have any other information..Like the poster behind the desk of Fox Mulder on X Files, I WANT to believe the story they gave us but it is very difficult to believe.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 07:06 AM
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originally posted by: Justoneman

originally posted by: Asktheanimals
I'm sure these hotels are very sensitive about their security and anyone trying to document it could be under suspicion for planning a crime. I'm sure they reserve the right to refuse entrance to anyone they want. They also have the guns and muscle to make sure said person doesn't get to stay or ever come back (facial recognition upon entry).


If all that is true, it begs the question why didn't they know anything and why don't we have any other information..Like the poster behind the desk of Fox Mulder on X Files, I WANT to believe the story they gave us but it is very difficult to believe.



If the PI's narrative is accurate why doesn't Mandalay follow security protocol? I would think that when dealing with a guy that who might have LEO/law/military background (at least some PIs have this background) they would want to follow protocol to a tee. They can get away with intimidation with a drunk or card cheat but a clear eyed PI I would think would be handled with all i's dotted and all t's crossed to avoid a lawsuit.



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