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10 Reasons Why the Mainstream Media Won�t Cover the Las Vegas Shooting Anymore
It was the worst mass-shooting in American history, and despite a curious public hungry
for answers, the entire tragedy remains shrouded in mystery � and the mainstream media seems
intent on keeping it that way.
The Las Vegas shooting, which left 58 dead and 546 injured, should remain as a top news
story � if only because of how many questions remain unanswered.
But then again, given the massive inconsistencies in the case � from the official timeline
changing multiple times to the coincidental deaths of 4 witnesses � maybe they WANT
the story to go away.
Here Are The Top 10 Mysteries That Could Be Scaring Away The Media:
The official timeline of the shooting, as released by authorities, has changed at least
Whereas the mainstream media seemed complacent as the inconsistencies mounted, it took a
rogue independent journalist to ask tough questions at one of the LVMPD�s press conferences:
Just a week before the mass shooting, the alleged shooter Stephen Paddock wired $100,000
to an account in the Philippines.
Paddock�s hard drive was missing from his laptop, according to investigators who searched
his hotel room.
The shooter had also apparently taken multiple cruises to destinations in the Middle East.
It has now been confirmed by authorities � after being denied for a month � that an officer
actually fired his gun into Stephen�s hotel room, despite claims that Paddock killed himself
before police broke down his door.
Jesus Campos, a security guard at the hotel, was alleged to have been shot in the leg while
Paddock was still alive.
However, a spokesperson for the clinic Jesus was treated at said they had no record of
Even more mysteriously, Jesus had been scheduled for multiple TV interviews after the shooting,
but abruptly cancelled them all after allegedly leaving the country.
Alexander: Jesus Campos was believed dead at some point, after three more key witnesses
have died in mysterious circumstances in the weeks following the shooting.
When he returned, however, he was quickly welcomed to the stage of the Ellen DeGeneres
Show, where he was asked softball questions:
It was also revealed, during an interview on Fox News, that prior to Paddock firing
out of his hotel room window, police had responded to Campos being shot in the leg and were already
outside of Paddock�s room.
�As of yesterday it was that two � we knew about Campos � but there were two other
police officers from MGM that were on the floor prior to the shooting,� said Craig
The MGM Grand allegedly has a �corporate watch center� where employees receive training
to identify odd or suspicious activity.
This, of course, begs the question: how did no one notice Paddock bringing 5,000 bullets,
27 rifles � in 10 different bags � up to his room?
On October 31, 2017, when Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov drove a pickup truck through New York
that left 8 dead and more injured, countless videos and images were released, identifying
the suspect to the public.
To this day, not a single photographic piece of evidence has been released showing Stephen
Paddock entering or exiting the Mandalay Bay hotel.
The media may hope that this entire fiasco just disappears out of the public consciousness,
but those of us who demand answers will not forget so easily.