What in the World Happened to That Las Vegas Shooter Investigation?

It has been almost four months since the mass shooting from the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas took place and the American people know as little about the incident today as we did when it first happened. In fact, we still have more questions than answers at this point.

We can make educated guesses about some things, but the reality is that the American people have not even seen proof that Stephen Paddock himself pulled the trigger. We only know at this point that he was dead in the hotel room when police arrived and he seems to have been the shooter (or at least one of the shooters).

When ISIS supporter Omar Mateen attacked the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida in 2016, we knew everything about his life and his motives within a few hours. There was no doubt as to why Mateen carried out his attack, how he chose his victims and so forth. The same goes for Sayeed Farook and Tashfeen Malek, the Islamic couple from Pakistan who murdered civilians in San Bernardino, California in 2015.

The media finally has the white male mass shooting suspect it has always dreamed of, and yet the press has been mysteriously silent and seems to have lost all inquisitiveness on the matter. The FBI, which runs to the New York Times and leaks information every time that President Trump sneezes, has likewise been quiet.

We finally have some information that police are perhaps preparing additional charges in the case, which likely refers to Paddocks girlfriend. But prior to this, the last story in a major publication was on October 25, when ABC News reported that Paddock’s laptop was missing its hard drive. In that story, we were told that Paddock likely removed the hard drive — which is still missing — before he killed himself. Uh… right. So, the hard drive walked off by itself?

The following are some questions that a responsible media would be asking the authorities, if it were actually interested in the truth of this case. These are not conspiracy theories. These are simply questions that should be asked, based on the scant evidence that the American people have been provided.

Who did Stephen Paddock meet with when he took multiple overseas cruises to places like the United Arab Emirates and Jordan?

Were any of those individuals in Las Vegas on the night of the shooting?

Were any of those individuals at the Mandalay Bay resort?

Why did Stephen Paddock fire approximately 200 rounds at a security guard who was checking on someone else’s room at the Mandalay Bay?

Who was in that room?

Was that person associated with Paddock in any way?

Why did Paddock book three rooms at the Ogden luxury condominium building in Las Vegas between September 17th and 28th?

Was anyone other than Paddock seen staying in those three rooms for that 11-day period?

Why did so many eyewitnesses report seeing gunfire from two different locations at the Mandalay Bay resort? What do the multiple cell phone videos showing gunfire from two different floors at the Mandalay Bay resort mean? Why does the audio captured by a cab driver’s cell phone at the base of the Mandalay Bay sound like there are two different shooters attacking with two separate calibers of rifle at the same time? (Perhaps this was an echo effect, but the question still needs to be asked.) Why have some of the cell phone videos which purported to show gunfire from two different floors of the Mandalay Bay resort been taken off of YouTube?

Was Stephen Paddock an arms dealer? This is looking more and more like the most plausible explanation for why he was laundering millions of dollars through video poker machines, as first posited by attorney and author Ann Coulter.

Does the FBI know or suspect that anyone other than Stephen Paddock fired on the crowd of country music fans in Las Vegas that night?

Did Stephen Paddock have an off-the-books or classified contract to work for any agency or department of the United States government?

We do not know the answers to any of these questions at this point, which is incredibly strange for a mass casualty incident. The media’s lack of curiosity could lead one to believe that major outlets have been told to remain quiet about the story. If that is the case, which agency told them to do so? And will we ever be told the truth about what happened on the night of October 1, 2017?

~ American Liberty Report