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    Has more information come out about this and I just missed it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    *bump*

    Has more information come out about this and I just missed it?



    not really


    a few articles about increased security and the shooters 2 yrs of gambling losses
    We’re tempted to suggest a conspiracy here — but it’s just liberals agreeing yet again that conservatives have hidden, evil motives, because modern liberals simply can’t conceive of any other reason to disagree with the liberal consensus.

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    Two months - and this story has almost totally vanished. No news, no new developments. The only time it comes up at all is during Second Amendment and gun control debates.

    I do think the only way this man has anywhere near the kind of money he had was because he sold guns, and the only intelligent reason he spent so much time in casinos - LOSING money - is because it was an acceptable cost to launder money.

    And for him to do the business he did, the feds had to know about him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamSpade View Post
    Two months - and this story has almost totally vanished. No news, no new developments. The only time it comes up at all is during Second Amendment and gun control debates.

    I do think the only way this man has anywhere near the kind of money he had was because he sold guns, and the only intelligent reason he spent so much time in casinos - LOSING money - is because it was an acceptable cost to launder money.

    And for him to do the business he did, the feds had to know about him.
    This is the general consensus in the VraiMonello household. Tucker Carlson did a piece on it last week and had a couple of investigators with updates, but the lid is closed tightly and burped on this thing. So it's clearly not just some lone nut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamSpade View Post
    Two months - and this story has almost totally vanished. No news, no new developments.
    The largest mass shooting (execution) in this countries history and what Sam said! Very hard to believe the hush that has risen over this investigation. Could this be concentrated effort by the owners of Mandalay Bay to hush the investigation in order to subdue the law suits?
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    My analysis on Stephen Paddock (10/14/2017)

    The gunman of Las Vegas shooting case is described as a gray-man:
    No criminal record.
    No political ties.
    No religious affiliation.
    No history of mental illness.
    No history of violence
    That also fits for a figure works for intelligence unit such like FBI.

    Paddock worked for the federal government from about 1975 to 1985. He was a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service from 1976 to 1978. After that, he worked for six years as an Internal Revenue Service agent, until 1984. Then, he was a federal auditor for one year, in 1985, focusing on defense contractors. Towards the end of the 1980s, Paddock worked for three years as an internal auditor for a company that later merged to form Lockheed Martin.[15] His work career after this period is not entirely clear. He is known to have run a real-estate business with his brother Eric.[16]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Paddock
    It's not so easy to find a job in those offices yet he jumped among them. That means he had a special background. Then he went into real estate business.

    FBI and DEA have no fat budget. Most operation fund comes from victim's. (see #8)

    8. FBI's profit

    Everything shows that law enforcement agent use isotope money tracing if you have cash savings at home. But how could they steal from innocent people?

    Later I learned from 'National Geography' (1961, June) In article " FBI: public friend number one ". ' Mr. Hoover prides upon the "profit" it shows annually. During fiscal 1960 the FBI received $113,600,000 in operating funds. Fines, savings, and recoveries of stolen property and contraband in cases investigated by the FBI amounted to $142,822,244, or $1.25 returned for every dollar invested by the taxpayer.' It's that 'profit' chase makes FBI a looter. It's that black box practise makes FBI closed and untouchable and new high tech weapons killing without trace makes them ruthless. How do you expect them be in justice while their purpose is pursuing 'profit'?
    And I found the Feds made a large profit from real estates business.

    430. Monopoly the house in north San Jose (8/25/2006)

    .....

    3. The most important thing is that housing market becomes the best way for Feds to make a profit. They take it as a business. e.g. In my community, a 4 bedroom single family house in 1991 was about 200k. (When Feds started to buy in. The first stage) In 1997, the price went up to high 200k. (when Feds started to buy in house in large scale, the second stage) Now the price is about 600k. If they bought a house in 1991 with 20k down payment, the profit is 400k. (Or 100k after deduct 15 years housing cost if the house haven't been rent off.)
    Stephen Paddock might then worked for the Feds as its housing business team member. News said he gambles big in casino. Because the money came too easy and it's not his? He probably lost his life as a scapegoat for this reason.

    http://katsung.forumotion.com/t14-98...s-a-false-flag

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