The official story surrounding the Las Vegas shooting keeps changing. You’d think the police or the higher-ups would keep their story straight. But, that is not the case.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo dramatically changed the department’s account of how the Las Vegas shooting all began on Oct. 1st, 2017 – revealing a shocking gap in the story that begs one very important question.
How on God’s green earth were the police “unable” to pinpoint the shooter’s location sooner?
Lombardo and other officials previously stated that the (alleged) gunman Stephen Paddock shot Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos 10 minutes into his assault.
In another news conference last week, Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said Campos “had notified his dispatch, which was absolutely critical to us, knowing the location, as well as advising the responding officers as they arrived.”
They claimed Campos was a “hero” for interrupting Paddock and distracting him from his deadly mission. But, that was just a ruse, not on the part of Paddock, but the ones actually behind this deadly attack. Continue to the next page to find out what really happened. Or do you already know?