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originally posted by: opethPA
Without more info I see what , sadly , happens thousands of times a day..
Someone , some place died in a car accident.
One hour to put a fire out is pathetic
originally posted by: queenofswords
originally posted by: EA006
a reply to: bknapple32
But on the night of Oct. 16, the couple’s younger daughter, 16-year-old Madison Carver, heard a loud bang outside her window. When she ran down the street and rounded the corner, a familiar vehicle engulfed in flames came into view. Dennis, 52, and Lorraine, 53, had died together less than half a mile from their home.
Loud bang outside window but had to run down the street and round the corner to see the car "come into view" in flames????
According to the Riverside County Fire Department, their vehicle crashed into a metal gate outside their community at 10:50 p.m. on the 20000 block of Avenida De Arboles. It took firefighters nearly an hour to completely put out the fire, the department said in a statement.
Story is inconsistent.
Girl has very good hearing or this crash was an explosion....and that doesn't happen driving into gates.
I find this suspicious too:
A week after the fatal crash, another item carrying memories of their 52-year-old father showed up on their doorstep. During the confusion of the shooting, he had lost his phone, but a Las Vegas FBI agent promised to ship the phone to him.
“When we turned it on, all his photos and messages were still there,” Brooke said.
“This is how we know they’re looking down and watching over us.”
Does anybody else find it odd that a young 16-year old girl would run TOWARD the sound of an explosion/crash at 11 o'clock at night?
originally posted by: deltalima74
a reply to: intrptr
Thank you! Finally someone who can see the forest from the trees! It's not about multiple shooters...it's about why Paddock was in that room with 23 guns in the first place and who he was connected to. FinCen flagged over 200+ of his financial transactions as suspicious and apparently he may have been under investigation by the DEA due to one of his many cell phones being picked up on a wire tap. This guy was a pilot and at times owned his own plane. IMHO his "high roller" persona was a cover, which he used to launder ill gotten gains, whether from gun running or drug deals. Maybe the FBI turned him after he came up on the DEA's radar, and used him as a CI. Maybe he was doing an undercover gun deal, or setting up a sting, when # went south, and he was executed and framed. I don't buy the narrative that he just snapped... although it happens. However, there are far too many questions unanswered, and too much noise being created all around for this to be so cut and dry.