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Before mass shooting, ex-con urged Stephen Paddock not to ‘kill innocent people"

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posted on Apr, 14 2023 @ 04:11 PM
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I do believe this is all BS. I don't buy the official story and haven't for a long time. Now this comes out and it seems to be the most unreliable "evidence" I may have ever seen. These "letters", asking for him to not carry out mass murder, pleading, if you will, but HE NEVER WENT TO THE AUTHORITIES? Are you kidding me? Just shoot me now, dammit. These lies are incredible and I do see them as lies.

Just accept the official story, don't ask any questions and do as your told.




Handwritten letters sent to Stephen Paddock before the Las Vegas massacre suggest that he had discussed his plans with an ex-convict, who implored him not to “shoot or kill innocent people.”

“I can get someone for you who can help you,” the ex-convict, Jim Nixon, wrote in a letter dated May 27, 2017. “Please don’t go out shooting or hurting people who did nothing to you. I am concern about the way you are talking and believe you are going to do something very bad. Steve please please don’t do what I think you are going to do.”

The letter was one of 10 released by the Metropolitan Police Department late Thursday in response to a records request from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The letters were found in late November 2017 by the new owners of an abandoned office building in Mesquite, Texas, according to FBI records. The owners mailed the letters to Metro, which forwarded them to the FBI.

Paddock carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history on Oct. 1, 2017, when he opened fire on the Route 91 Harvest festival on the Strip and fatally shot 60 concertgoers. Paddock, 64, took his own life after the massacre.

Former Gov. Steve Sisolak, who was a Clark County commissioner at the time of the shooting and helped lead efforts to raise funds for the victims, said in an interview with the Review-Journal that this was the first time he had heard that the letters existed. He said he did not know what the reason would have been for keeping the letters secret.

Not releasing the letters sooner could feed into people’s conspiracy theories “when they find out there was evidence that was not made public,” Sisolak said. “I would have liked to have known,” he said. “I couldn’t have changed anything.”



posted on Apr, 14 2023 @ 05:17 PM
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a reply to: TheSpanishArcher

Yeah,

We can pull old threads, they were really hushing this up.... as though he was a CI for a .gov agency or contractor and they did not want anyone to know that... at least that was the running theory based on his background information.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

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posted on Apr, 14 2023 @ 05:44 PM
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Ahh yes. The "Las Vegas shooting". The deadliest mass shooting in American history that inexplicably got about 2 days of media coverage before being memory-holed completely.

For any ATS folk having a hard time recalling this incident, the official story is that Stephen Paddock
SOMEHOW but DEFINITELY:

- got over 400 lbs of equipment up to his suite with nobody taking notice. ( by himself.)

-removed a window that likely weighed a minimum of 500lbs ( by himself ).

- and managed to disarm all security and fire alarms IN A CASINO to set up a sniper nest and open fire freely on a crowd of people for 10 minutes.

Oh, and the audio of the gunfire never matched the supposed weapons that Paddock possessed.

So no. Sorry. I don't believe a single piece of BS fabricated evidence that emerges years later. Personally I think it was a botched assassination attempt of Mohammed Bin Salman. But the way the media flushed this down the toilet was unprecedented and kinda shocking tbh.



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posted on Apr, 14 2023 @ 05:50 PM
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None of the videos at the time had any flashes coming from that room while the shots were heard either😎

Some vids were crystal clear of the room too and the audio was clear 😎

Almost like the gunfire was not coming from Mandalay Bay at all !! 😎



posted on Apr, 14 2023 @ 06:36 PM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: AgarthaSeed

None of the videos at the time had any flashes coming from that room while the shots were heard either😎

Some vids were crystal clear of the room too and the audio was clear 😎

Almost like the gunfire was not coming from Mandalay Bay at all !! 😎


No tracers at night from that kind of distance with a bumb stock I know we never saw one but that's the claim

Every casino south of Tropicana reported shots from inside that's a lot of distance for inside a casino you can barely hear new years fireworks inside



posted on Apr, 14 2023 @ 06:46 PM
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So an abandoned office building is going to magically contain personal letters to Paddock from an ex con that never saw the light of day until now.

The operation that happened could not have been achieved without FBI resources and many personnel to pull it off, besides all the phony reporting and mismatched details contradicted by direct evidence as a poster mentioned.

The only reason I can think of to "create" this new story is to bolster up political influence for the purpose of further infringement of the second amendment.



posted on Apr, 14 2023 @ 08:47 PM
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This is weird, eh?

FWIW, I've got a feeling about this. This was dropped now because some big bombshell is going to be reported soon and this will be their "proof" that the new bombshell can't be true...

What are you thinking?



posted on Apr, 15 2023 @ 12:47 AM
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a reply to: infolurker

Someone here came up with the theory that he was a semi-legit gun dealer. A little background here we have pretty big gun shows here in Vegas. So someone lugging a bunch of guns to a room is not that unusual because it's called inventory. Him getting the guns up there isn't all that crazy.

He postulated that he was there to sell to some shady characters who were related to the strife in the middle east. They decided to take advantage of the situation and killed him then did what was done.

I know it's a bit out there but it makes just as much sense as a really old dude running around, breaking windows and shooting up a concert.

These letters kinda piss me off because they make no sense, especially the wording. Don't go shooting people, he says, yet again I say why not go to the authorities? Who here would NOT go to the authorities even if it were your brother?

This is some supreme BS.



posted on Apr, 15 2023 @ 12:50 AM
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So an abandoned office building is going to magically contain personal letters to Paddock from an ex con that never saw the light of day until now.


Well, they did find a passport from one of the hijackers on 9/11 so why not this? A lot of lies a going around, methinks and it's been this way since long before any of us were born.



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