Okay, so here’s what we’re being told today. Originally, Sheriff Lombardo and his team overseeing the investigation of the Vegas shooting, the worse mass shooting in recent American history, was that a security guard for the Mandalay Bay Hotel stopped the shooter, 64 year old Stephen Paddock, when he arrived at the shooter’s hotel room door in response to the gun fire and was shot himself.
However, nearly a week later, that story changed. We were then told that the guard, Jesus Campos, who ironically, stood Sean Hannity up for an interview and has seemed to have gone into hiding, as no one from the press can find him and his employment records at MGM, the Mandalay Bay Hotel’s parent company seem to have disappeared, actually showed up to Paddock’s hotel room in response to the sounds of an electric drill. We were told that it was at this time that Paddock shot Campos, and that between six and ten minutes passed (this is the time when Paddock was said to have fired into the crowd of more than 20,000, killing at least 58 and leaving more than 500 others wounded) before other authorities arrived, causing Paddock to shoot and kill himself.
However, the story has just changed again. Investigators are now claiming that their original version was more accurate.
In a press hearing about this new timeline, Sheriff Lombardo went off on the media and the public, stating that they (investigators) were in a hurry to get information out to satisfy the nagging questions of the public and the press. When pushed back by the press about the continuous changing of the timeline, Lombardo said that he was “absolutely offended” that there would be any insinuation that he and his team were bungling the investigation.
What are your thoughts? Do you think the investigation has been bungled? Do you believe there was more than one shooter, or that Paddock, indeed, acted alone? One thing’s for sure. So far, nothing seems to be adding up.