The story which the American People were given about the Las Vegas Massacre at the Mandalay Bay Hotel has changed numerous times, and seems to be complete bullshit.
Now we are learning that a Metropolitan Police Department officer actually discharged his firearm inside the hotel room of Stephen Paddock, who they claim was already dead when the police entered the hotel room.
How and why was the officer’s firearm discharged?
What did the bullet from the officer’s gun hit?
Why weren’t we told about this detail in the thousands of hours of reporting about the mass shooting?
Police are carefully trained on the use of firearms, and there are very few accidental firing of firearms in police ranks. So, IF (and that is a big if) Stephen Paddock had already killed himself before the police entered the hotel room, how and why would a police officer “accidentally” discharge his firearm? We need more information if they want to be believed.
I also find it very interesting and shady that there were no cameras on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, which could have caught what really happened that night in Las Vegas.
Also a video that shows that there were multiple guns being fired keeps being taken down from YouTube to help coverup the most obvious evidence that there were more than 1 shooter, and shows that the official story about the Mandalay Bay Massacre isn’t even close to being the truth.
We will never get a straight answer from the so-called authorities, who won’t give truthful answers anyway because they’ve either been lied to also, or they are part of the coverup.
A Metropolitan Police Department officer accidentally discharged his weapon inside the Mandalay Bay gunman’s suite the night of the Oct. 1 shooting, the Clark County sheriff confirmed Monday.
The police firearm went off inside the suite sometime after officers made entry, Sheriff Joe Lombardo said. But the round or rounds were not fired in the same room where gunman Stephen Paddock was found dead with what has been described as a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
“It happened, and we’re investigating it, just like we do with any officer-involved use of force,” Lombardo told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “Nobody was struck.”
It’s unclear what caused the officer, who has not been named, to discharge his weapon.
Lombardo also confirmed Monday that the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay, where the gunman’s corner suite was located, did not have security cameras facing the gunman’s suite or the stairwell door that Paddock had apparently sealed sometime before the shooting. The only cameras on the floor faced the elevators.
FBI Las Vegas spokeswoman Sandra Breault has repeatedly declined to speak about the investigation.
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