5 Things That Don’t Add-Up About the Las Vegas Shooting

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The tragic shooting in Los Vegas claiming over 59 lives and leaving another 515 injured is raising alarm. Not only for the families affected by the violence but the evidence already emerging suggesting everything is not what it seems in regards to the official story being circulated surrounding this tragedy.

3. Weapon Heard In Video NEXT-TO-IMPOSSIBLE to Acquire though Legal Means

Videos of the shooting clearly reveal that a minimum of at least one full auto weapons systems was used to attack concert-goers.

Such weapons are almost impossible for “civilians” to acquire. Although some pre-1986 full auto weapons are available for sale, they require extensive ATF documentation, background checks and extremely long wait periods approaching one year. Plus, they tend to cost $25,000 or more, and they’re extremely rare.

Interestingly enough, full auto weapons are commonly owned by police officers, federal agents and military organizations. The alleged shooter does not appear to fit that criteria based on the current information emerging regarding his identity.

4. Exits Blocked. Victims Trapped Inside.

Multiple eye-witness reports reveal nearly ALL EXITS WERE BLOCKED.

One witness described the situation as “being caught like a rat in a maze” with numerous “dead ends.”

These numbers reflect war-time level casualties. The number of deaths is both unprecedented and unthinkable. Death rates would be sustainably lower if concert-goers have been able to exit the premises. Think back to any major concert you may have attended in recent months. Were the exits closed-off? That has most certainly never been my experience, nor that of other acquaintances. Why would that have been the case yesterday of all nights?

In essence, the concert trapped the people, preventing them from escaping, and denying them the ability to seek cover. From there, sustained, full-auto gunfire is almost impossible to survive.

In addition, once the shooting started, the stage lights were turned to the crowd, lighting up the crowd and making them an easier target for the shooter(s). Was this deliberate?

What are the odds of both of those happening at the same time as a full-auto armed shooter (s) take over the premise? Keep in mind the official story tells us only one man opened fire and that he was acting alone.

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