At last, some more information about the Las Vegas massacre

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Metro lawyers: There are additional suspects in 1 October


Even though it has been three months since Stephen Paddock opened fire into a crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the public still knows very little about what happened. Las Vegas Metro police have not released what kind of guns Paddock used or videos of Paddock inside Mandalay Bay and the investigation thus far has not yielded a motive for the massacre.


Inside a district courtroom on Jan. 16, a lawyer for multiple media outlets argued why information pertaining to 1 October is crucial to helping Las Vegas heal, but the lawyer for Metro Police said they can’t release any information because there are still suspects being investigated. 

“Without naming names, there are potential charges against other people, because of the ongoing investigation?”, District Court Judge Elissa Cadish asked Metro’s Lawyer Nick Crosby. 


“Yes there are charges being investigated,” Crosby replied. That was the biggest piece of new information revealed Tuesday. Lawyers for Metro police squared off with lawyers representing multiple media outlets over the unsealing of search warrants and evidence seized.

It seems that there may be additional suspects, and that the situation is closer to what several people said at the time about multiple shooters, than the official implied narrative of a lone motiveless nut.

This, will be interesting.

H/T Xanthippa

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14 Replies to “At last, some more information about the Las Vegas massacre”

  1. This is interesting It is possible for one man to use mulitple weapons and put out that volumn of fire but it would be hard, hard but not impossible. It would be a lot easier for several people to do it.

    • I remain convinced he never shot anybody.
      A 64-year old man not in the best of health with a bad leg…

      He was used as a patsy or probably a hostage, possibly for a full week. There are three days where they can’t account for his whereabouts.

      I’m sticking to cartel-related.

    • What cartel? Los Zetas, the only true paramilitary of all cartels. They have a foothold in Vegas. Ruthless killers known for random mass killings.

      Motive: the Wall, the roundup of MS-13 and illegals. Trump is targeting their very existence in the USA.

      Los Zetas: money laundering (Vegas, a great place for that), drug and gun-running, trafficking of illegals.

      BTW: A suitcase can hold $2 Million in cash. There is no mention of suitcases found in the room.

        • I’m certain he never fired a shot. They might find his fingerprints on the guns but it doesn’t mean he shot anybody.

          If his goal was to kill as many people as possible, why did he stop firing the guns in both rooms? If you’re going to die, you die at the window while firing and not laid out straight on the floor dead in front of the door.

          Meanwhile, Campos, the newly hired security guard that had no license to carry a weapon headed straight to Mexico the next day for one week until FBI asked him to return.

          That same Campos that was alone on the floor while 200 shots were fired through Paddock’s door and into the hallway

          I doubt we’ll ever know the truth.

  2. GOP Lawmaker “Credible Evidence” Terrorist infiltration through southern Border in Vegas Shooting!

    FOX NEWS- Tucker Carlson
    January 18th 2018

  3. Out of curiosity, I looked around for south-of-the-border links to Las Vegas money laundering. (Aug 2013) [That is, the US extradited him back to Mexico. Comments speculate on the $200M cash evidence — who did it come from and where did it go.]

    Here’s another Vegas money laundering operation:
    Authorities allege the money was proceeds from cocaine trafficking, and was to be laundered in Sydney and Las Vegas casinos. Hanson, allegedly introduced through Haeusler to an unnamed professional gambler, who would take checks from the Sydney Star casino and cash them in Vegas. Camera footage from the casino, the night in August shows McManus stuffing bundles of cash into a black bag. Carolan is the alleged bag man. Sources: The Sydney Herland, The Daily Telegraph, ABC News, The Herald Sun, The San Diego Union Tribune, La Times.

  4. Plenty of meta-information here: (Las Vegas Review-Journal December 20, 2017 – 9:02 pm)
    FBI investigation by the numbers
    —400 specialists brought in
    —1500 leads followed locally, 500 worldwide
    —400 people interviewed about the gunman
    —40 terabytes of data collected
    —22,000 hours of video collected
    —250,000 images collected
    —14 days to comb through the 15-acre festival site
    —13 days to collect evidence inside Mandalay Bay
    —12 federal search warrants filed
    —500 grand jury subpoenas issued

  5. (By Jeff German and David Ferrara Las Vegas Review-Journal
    January 16, 2018 – 6:13 pm) [This could be as little as the girlfriend perhaps failing to turn over records in a timely manner] Drummond said it is possible authorities are looking at other people who may have not followed proper procedures when selling firearms to Stephen Paddock or others who may have helped him modify some of the weapons.

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