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Las Vegas Strip Shooting

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Sorry if it’s been posted already

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Kurzweil

Not sure if it's been mentioned but could it be possible the dummy laptop is just a decoy? They might be looking for something that doesn't exist or have any relevance other than to keep them busy for some time.

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On 26/10/2017 at 4:16 PM, Dark_Grey said:

It's a lot easier to say "he was just crazy" than to read between the lines and potentially come face to face with a very uncomfortable truth.

Let's recap: someone(s) broke in to Paddock's house and removed unknown items, according to Police. A house that was under under investigation by authorities.

Now we find that Paddock removed the hard drive from his laptop in his hotel room somewhere between shooting at the crowd below and killing himself before Police arrived.

Paddock would have needed a small screwdriver to take that hard drive out - did he bring the tools with him knowing he was going to pull the hard drive? If it was a last minute decision, why not dispose of the whole laptop? Pulling the hard drive seems overly surgical for the time this whole thing went down. 

Speculating on a second shooter is one thing but my points above are known facts. To an outsider like me, it really does seem like someone(s) was picking out key pieces of evidence.

 

It seems to me that it was decided that the hard drive had to ''''''disappear'''''' because otherwise the victims and families, lawyers, public etc
would want to know what was on it and it's easier for the 'authorities' to say --- it's gone --- than expose and explain what was on it -- ??

 

 

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Odd, I heard on the news that a examination is going on Paddock`s brain. The hard drives had to be taken or given before he entered the hotel.   

 

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katsung47

989. O.J. almost became a collateral victim (11/2/2017)

O.J. simpson was a target of Las Vegas shooting, I allege. 

O.J. was released at 0:08 a.m. 10/1. That night at 10:05 p.m. the Las Vegas massacre took place. The jail he left is near Reno, Nevada, about 450 miles from Las Vegas - where O.J. was going to live. They gave him plenty of time for the journey. The Feds arranged everything - from timing to location. Be noticed that Friday was only two days to the shooting date Sunday. 

Simpson has four adult children, two of whom live in Florida, and LaVergne told the Associated Press that “there’s no doubt he’s going to Florida.” Tom Scotto, a friend and golfing buddy, has offered his home in Naples to Simpson.

However, that state’s attorney general informed the Florida Department of Corrections on Friday that he is not welcome there.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2017/10/01/quietly-and-with-little-attention-o-j-simpson-is-released-from-prison-early-sunday-morning/?utm_term=.749632819400


The original release time was Monday (10/2), but the shooting which had to accord with the Concert of 10/1 night. So they gave an excuse of "to ensure public safety" to make it on 10/1.  

Keast said the overnight release from the prison about 90 miles east of Reno, Nevada, was conducted to avoid media attention. No media were near the front gate at the time when Simpson's car left the prison by a back road and entered nearby Interstate 80, she said.

"We needed to do this to ensure public safety and to avoid any possible incident," Keast said.

She acknowledged Nevada prison officials misled the media with word about the timing and location of Simpson's release. They had advised it would be no earlier than Monday and possibly in Las Vegas.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/oj-simpson-future-plans-las-vegas-area-parole-jail-release/

I have noticed that the jail system won't do parole job in week-ends. I've talked about that if the Feds want to kill a victim in jail, they used to arrange the arrest on Friday because following would be week-ends. Parole job is on vacation. Of course, for "public safety", there was exception. 

O.J.Simpson is a celebrity, his death would increase the influence of a massacre shooting. That's what a distraction needs. O.J. almost became a collateral victim. 
 

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preacherman76
On ‎10‎/‎26‎/‎2017 at 9:41 PM, pallidin said:

The hotel camera recordings, which include areas of the outside perimeter, the lobby, and the casino's have been turned over to the authorities. There are no hotel security cameras in the elevators or the hallways.

The authorities have not released the footages obtained, but my understanding is that that's normal for an ongoing investigation, and may never be released out of privacy of casino patrons.

They released the footage of the resent NY attack.

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Paranormal Panther
7 hours ago, preacherman76 said:

They released the footage of the resent NY attack.

Yes, but you see, that was an outdoor event in a public space, not an indoor event in a private place, so the legal authorities have an obligation to the hotel to not reveal the identities of its patrons, so it would not be responsible to show the footage to the public at this time. Yeah, that was sarcasm.

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aztek

when videos prove police story, or help police in any way they are made available same or next day. regardless whether investigation is ongoing or not.  when they do not or it shows police in bad light, or contradicts their story, they do not show it, and blame ongoing investigation. 

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