Brad Johnson, former CIA agent and president of Americans for Intelligence Reform went on One America News (OAN) to give his one year update to his ongoing investigation of the October 1st incident.
Brad Johnson says the locked inner door requires the presence of at least 2 people. Police say only 1.
He says, Paddock had gloves on and another pair of used gloves were on the guest room bed. It was not in the final police report.
Ben Franklin said we have a republic if we can keep it.
The Apostle Paul said our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.
The Apostle Peter says be of sober spirit, be on the alert. Your adversary, the devil, prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.
“During the joint LVMPD and FBI press conference that occurred Monday Oct 9, the public was informed of a major detail concerning the timeline of the shooting as well as the role of Mandalay security guard Jesus Campos,” Loomer told GotNews. “Nearly one week after he was declared a hero by Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, law enforcement said Campos was shot 6 minuets before Stephen Paddock began shooting onto concert goers, which means he could have possibly prevented the whole attack.” Loomer went on to question Campos’ alleged heroism. “It also raises the question of whether or not it’s appropriate to refer to Campos as a hero, since his actions didn’t prevent anyone from being murdered,” Loomer noted. “In fact, the changes in the timeline make Campos more of a suspect than a hero since he clearly had contact with the shooter before the attack took place.”
Yesterday, Loomer reported that Campos’ name has been scrubbed from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino employee database. “One day after I exclusively reported that Campos was scrubbed from the official MGM employee profile database ‘WorkDay,’ I decided to track him down and attempt to speak to him at his home in Las Vegas,” Loomer explained. “When I arrived, an armed security guard was standing in front of Campos’s house. The guard, who identified himself as Troy Goff, said he works for a company called ‘On Scene’ that has been hired out to provide Campos with armed security protection.”
According to Loomer and fellow journalist Mike Tokes, On Scene is at best a dubious security company:
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