The latest insult to any thinking person's sensibilities is a story in Las Vegas papers reporting on a statement from the MGM. Keep in mind that no CCTV footage has been released since the Oct. 1 event despite Vegas being one of the most highly monitored locations in the world. This suppression of evidence alone ought to be an insult to the intelligence of even the lowest pea brain.
According to FBI sources with direct knowledge of the FBI probe of the Oct. 1 deadly shooting, federal agents have not seen any surveillance video showing alleged gunman Stephen Paddock loading up his hotel suite with rifles and ammunition.
"No one has seen that on the video we were provided by MGM," a FBI source said. "Vegas (PD) has looked at the same video. Paddock is on surveillance video but the guns are not. He's not carrying bags or cases with rifles."
But now there is even more suspension of disbelief, as we learn that MGM's Mandalay Bay resort staff had more than 10 interactions with Stephen Paddock in the days leading up to his Oct. 1 massacre of 58 people, including twice on the day of the shooting, MGM Resorts International said last Friday.
"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," an MGM Resorts spokesperson said in an email.
This completely contradicts earlier reports. So which is it? Per The New York Times on Oct. 3: "Mr. Paddock checked in on Thursday and kept the ‘Do Not Disturb' sign on his door for the next three days, so no maids entered the rooms, according to a hotel worker, who also was not authorized to discuss the matter."
Mandalay owner Steve Wynn got in his two cents worth: "You'd never stop a man like this (Paddock) from coming in the building. However, nobody in this company's history, no public person, has ever walked in the service elevator unless they were accompanied by security. Uh, that wouldn't happen."
Following the shooting, reports claimed that Paddock's arsenal consisted of 47 guns - 23 of which were found in his hotel room - along with more than 50 pounds of exploding targets and 5,000 rounds of ammunition. Add on monitoring equipment, cable and tools.
It is alleged he arrived with 10 bags. Two never named bellmen helped him carry those bags to his room. Then we find out those 10 bags had guns in them and 5,000 rounds of ammunition. MGM claims to have an "if you see something, say something" policy - and you're telling us nobody saw those guns during a five-day period? No maid, no housekeeping, no room service personnel ever saw any of the guns? Nobody saw him using power drills in the hallway? Nobody saw him setting up security cameras?
The bottom line is that black magic is little more than pulling the wool over people's eyes to control, exploit and ultimately demean and laugh at them. It's the use and study of falsehoods. The ultimate goal is ego gratification and personal power. And no laws apply to the practitioners. Laws are only for the sheeple on the plantation, in their view. The perps love to see what level of crazy stories and nonsense people will buy into.
Personally, I believe this latest "Stephen Paddock suited and booted in da 32nd floor corner suite" you're-a-funny-guy routine is little more than these criminals getting off. Incidentally, the early word on "58 fatalities" has never changed." Yes, nobody else died out of 546 wounded. What are the odds?
Sidestep the slur on Italians, but this is the Crime Syndicate shown yucking it up over their latest scam:
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