Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Media Completely Ignores New FBI Info suggesting Paddock was a Vegas Arms Dealer


Stephen Paddock sent a series of emails suggesting that he was part of a group selling "a huge selection" of weapons in the Las Vegas area.
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New details have been released from the FBI’s investigation into the Las Vegas Shooting, and the information from suspect Stephen Paddock’s email account in the months leading up to the shooting is giving new insight into why he may have been hoarding two dozen guns in his hotel room.
The deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history was blamed on one man within hours, and the FBI has consistently claimed that Paddock was a “lone wolf” shooter who intentionally transported an arsenal of guns, ammunition, and supplies to his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, and then unleashed barrage of gunfire from the bedroom window that killed 58 people and injured more than 500.

While the surveillance footage from Paddock’s stay at the hotel has yet to be released, the newly unsealed court documents are finally giving some insight into his conduct in the months leading up to the shooting on Oct. 1.
An email exchange from centralpark1@live.com, a Microsoft account FBI agents claimed was used by Paddock, was included in an affidavit reported by NPR. The date was July 6, 2017—about three months before the shooting—and while the FBI noted that it is unclear who is behind centralpark4804@gmail.com, the email account Paddock was contacting, the information included is significant.
“…[centralpark1@live.com] sent an email to centralpark4804@gmail.com which read, ‘try an ar before u buy. we have huge selection. located in the las vegas area,’ Later the day, an email was received back from centralpark4804@gmail.com to [centralpark1@live.com] that read, ‘we have a wide variety of optics and ammunition to try.’ And lastly, [centralpark1@live.com sent an email to centralpark4804@gmail.comthat read, ‘for a thrill try out bumpfire ar’s with a 100 round magazine.’ Investigators believe these communications may have been related to the eventual attack that occurred at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.”
In the first message, Paddock claimed that the recipient would have the opportunity to try out the weapons before they purchased them. He then wrote “We have huge selection,” indicating that he was not working alone, and he said he was located “in the Las Vegas area.”
While Paddock did live in Mesquite, Nevada, and reports claimed that he was a retired man living with his girlfriend, he made trips to Las Vegas often to gamble, and those who knew him described him as “low key and relaxed, a good guy.” His past included jobs with the IRS and the Department of Defense.
However, the email exchanges released by the FBI indicate that Paddock was presenting himself as some sort of arms dealer, sending an email that said, “for a thrill try out bumpfire ar’s with a 100 round magazine.”

Consistent with having been a Las Vegas' arms dealer
The email address Paddock was contacting responded and said, “we have a wide variety of optics and ammunition to try,” which as the report noted, left investigators wondering if Paddock was sending test emails to another account he owned, or if he was contacting another dealer or a customer.
Federal agents were granted warrants to search Paddock’s Facebook, Instagram and Amazon accounts, along with a locked phone that was found in the hotel room. These details are the first that have been released from Paddock’s online communications, and the documents also include significant details about what the FBI has learned about Paddock’s girlfriend.

LVPD crime map surrounding concern area shows no shooting reports
Within hours of the time police named Stephen Paddock as the suspect in the shooting, his girlfriend Marilou Danley was also named publicly. Authorities claimed she was visiting family in the Philippines, and they ultimately determined that she was not complicit in the massacre.
In addition to reports claiming that Danley told investigators that her fingerprints may be on some of the bullets stored in Paddock’s home—and they were—the report from NPR also noted that the timeline of Danley’s Facebook account suggests that she knew Paddock was involved in something.
“Mandalay Bay staff, room service and housekeeping had contact with Paddock or entered his suite more than 10 times over the course of his stay, including the three days leading up to October 1. There were numerous interactions with Stephen Paddock every day at the resort, including a room service delivery and a call with housekeeping on October 1, all of which were normal in nature.”

13 comments:

  1. Jim I nead your help I'm stumped on the part of Boston bombing.Was officer collier realy killed if so by who,and did he realy exist

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    1. I agree that that part is puzzling in the extreme. He was an MIT Security Guard with whom Dzhokhar was acquainted and to whom he may have sought to turn himself in. My suspicion is that this case is parallel to JFK, where Officer J.D. Tippit was shot and killed and blamed on Lee Oswald, who was already in the Texas Theater buying popcorn. I need to do more on this specific issue. Thanks for bringing it up. I appreciate that.

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    2. Thanks if you find anything new keep me posted.

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  3. Some one answer my queastion officer collier only part I can't figure

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  4. It took a long time for this story to appear, bolstering the line about the nefarious Stephen that his neighbor contradicts - he found him to be easy going and friendly, not at all the type for a mass shooting. The neighbor never met the girlfriend and apparently only her handlers know anything about her.

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  5. Stephen Paddock sounds like another made up character, similar to Adam Lanza..However, who is the reported dead guy lying on the floor (suicided with his rifle on top of him!)? I'll hold off on judgment of this new information regarding what comes from the 'FBI', until more proof is present. The FBI is spun from the same cloth as DHS, CIA and other corrupted organizations creating most of these false flag events.

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  6. I smell a rat; a big, fluffy, long tailed rat.

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  7. A lot of questions below about Boston and Las Vegas. What everyone is ignoring is that intelligence agencies are composed of fabricators - they can't tell the truth, as it's against their nature.
    Check out John Le Carre's new book supposedly with true anecdotes from his life as a Cold War spy - The Pigeon Tunnel. In it he describes the current German chancellor (Merkel) as humanitarian, when her agenda is anything but. He also gets in some insulting propaganda about 9/11 describing Murat Kurnaz's release from being unjustly imprisoned - "Had not the entire plot against the Twin Towers been hatched by fellow Muslims just up the road in Hamburg."
    Bottom line, agents love to delude the public and other agents.

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  8. I was also thinking along the same line. Basically anything coming out from the FBI cannot be trusted, so this report can't be taken as gospel. That said, one could figure it out without any report from the FBI, but what doesn't add up is that it implies there really was a mass shooting with a bump stock, and I cannot accept that was the case. There just isn't any evidence of actually gunfire into the fairgrounds other than the audio which is very easily faked.

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  9. Spot on GRB! Agree 100%.

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  10. GRB I can tell you one thing one of the so called victims lived one town over from me I did some checking and I'll tell you one thing she did not die of gunshots in Vegas Rhonda Laroque is her name

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  11. Will the REAL Steven Paddock please stand up.

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