I ask this as a genuine question because various things don’t appear to quite add up. Nevertheless, the one thing that needs to be asked is, if true, who was Stephen Paddock a patsy for in an assault that left at least 58 dead and more than 500 wounded, making it the most deadliest mass shooting in American made up history?
First of all, let’s evaluate some of the accounts I’ve received.
We have been informed that law enforcement have eliminated Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley, in the shooting, saying that she is out of the country, but would not say exactly where.
How are we to assume that she is eliminated? They talked to her on the phone for goodness sakes!
We understand the FBI, who have presumably been investigating Russian involvement in America’s elections for months and Donald Trump on top of that, has been facilitating in the case and can’t manage to clear anyone on any of that in the short amount of time this clearing of Ms. Danley could be accomplished.
Despite the fact that she has been cleared, investigators still want to talk to her when she comes back, based on the Reno-Gazette-Journal. She’s evidently in the Philippines, reported by a friend.
It’s handy that a woman that has purportedly been residing with Mr. Paddock in her house and drive her cars was out of the united states when this occurred, and that investigators are willing to clear her according to phone dialogue.
The Daily Mail reports, “Records show that Danley and Paddock lived together in a three-year-old, two-bedroom home on Babbling Brook Court in the tiny desert community of Mesquite, which is 80 miles north east of Las Vegas near the Arizona state border. Record show the property cost $396,000 (£297,554).”
Even more fascinating is that the Reno-Gazette-Journal noted:
Danley was previously married to Geary Danley, who now lives in Arkansas. They married in Las Vegas in 1990, according to Washoe County records.
The former couple jointly filed for divorce on Feb. 25, 2015, and the divorce was finalized the next day.
During her divorce, Marilou Danley listed a downtown Reno unit at the Montage on Sierra Street as her address. At the time, the unit was owned by shooting suspect Stephen Paddock. Court records indicated that she started living at the address in August 2013. Paddock sold the condominium in December 2016.
The Reno Gazette-Journal talked to two people who were connected to Danley. Both were associated with the person listed in divorce records as Danley’s witness.
When the RGJ called the divorce witness’ business, a man who did not give his name expressed anger when asked about Danley’s relationship to Paddock.
“She had nothing to do with this psycho,” the man said of Danley. “The poor lady, she is in the Philippines visiting family.”
Another man answered the door at the divorce witness’ home. The man, who also did not give his name, gasped when informed Danley knew Paddock. He said Danley’s friend had been in contact with her in recent days but wouldn’t share further details.
These folks are amazed she knew Paddock, but she was residing with him!
Additionally, take into account the truth that Paddock “had used Danley’s slot card to gamble in the hotel, and that he was in Las Vegas for three days prior to Sunday’s shooting.”
Does any of this appear to be bizarre conduct not only on the part of Paddock, but also on the part of Danley?
Eric Paddock, explained to CBS News that Danley was his brother’s girlfriend and that he had connected with her “three to four times.”
“They might have got married, but I don’t think they’re married. She’s just his girlfriend,” Eric stated. “She’s a nice lady, I’ve met her three or four times. She’s got a Facebook page, she sends my mom cookies.”
Nevertheless, there were accounts that he was going through a divorce process, but it was ambiguous if the divorce was with another woman or Danley.
At this point, think about that, as I assumed earlier, an FBI source is professing that Paddock was discovered with Antifa literature and photographs taken in the Middle East.
Kit Daniels is a reporter at Infowars:
The Las Vegas shooter didn’t commit suicide as the mainstream media is reporting, but was killed by a FBI hostage rescue team who also found Antifa literature in his hotel room, according to a source linked to the team.
The FBI team took the suspect out after he opened fired on them, reported by the source, and subsequently the team discovered photographs taken in the Middle East of a female associated with the suspect, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock.
A police scanner transcript (from the Daily Mail) collaborates with the source’s exposure:
And the Daily Mail noted:
Daniels continued to report that a “deep-level” intelligence insider explained the attack was “very, very strange,” and included that it had all the “fingerprints” of a false flag.
Based on the source:
This was an average 64-year-old white male with no criminal record. He was an apartment owner with a pilot’s license and owned two airplanes.
His brother described him as an average person who was not into firearms and never owned that many guns. He claimed he just, “snapped.”
His hotel room was filled with guns, including several long guns. Where did those guns come from?
But, this was clearly a pre-planned attack and the group [the target] was specifically chosen.
The target was a concert of the group that represents traditional America.
These were patriotic, God-fearing Americans. This group is pro-Second amendment, pro-Constitution and anti-NWO.
This is the group Obama accused of “Clinging to their guns and religion.”
We are still awaiting all the facts, but the concern is we have seen the government engage in false flags events in the past, and an example of this is CIA Operation Gladio in Italy.
As I examined the 9/11 attacks, I was forced to reach the conclusion that it was more than just a terrorist attack. It has finger prints of a possible false flag event itself.
So, sadly we now have to consider that as a possibility here.
That is a dramatic conclusion and one that most Americans cannot get their mind around. It is just too shocking.
We can be sure this will increase the Shadow Government’s surveillance state, specifically inside the United States.
Subsequently, the Islamic State took credit for the strike and then doubled down on it, leading me to deduce that they fully understand there is no real link Paddock has to white supremacism or a Neo-Nazi group.
Therefore, is it Antifa, the Islamic State or something and someone else?
Even more fascinating is that law enforcement stated that Paddock utilized Danley’s ID to check into the Mandalay Bay hotel despite the fact that she was outside the country and is not suspected of being a component of what took place. What hotel permits you to check in with someone else’s ID?
Is anything making anyone question what we are being informed?
While I’m totally pro-Second Amendment, I do ponder how he secured 10 rifles that he had in his possession when he was claimed to have only had a pair of handguns.
Even his brother was shocked that he had automatic rifles.
Eric Paddock, the shooter’s brother, explained to CBS News that Stephen was “not an avid gun guy at all.”
“The fact that he had those kind of weapons is … just … where the hell did he get automatic weapons? He has no military background or anything like that,” Eric Paddock said. “He’s a guy who lived in a house in Mesquite and drove down and gambled in Las Vegas.”
Now, the issue is not with a man having guns or lots of ammunition. The issue is not even that he had automatic weapons.
The dilemma is how did he get them, or were they selected and planted at the scene?
We learn his father, Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, was a recognized bank robber and on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list from 1969 to 1977, based on USA Today.
The father of the suspect behind Sunday night’s massacre in Las Vegas was on the FBI’s 10 most-wanted fugitives list in 1968 after escaping from a Texas prison that same year.
Benjamin Paddock had been sentenced to 20 years in the Federal Correction Facility in La Tuna, Texas, about 20 miles north of El Paso, after robbing Valley National Bank in Phoenix in 1960, according to a 1971 story in the now-shuttered Tuscon (Ariz.) Daily Citizen.
In 1961, he was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison. Two prior accusations of bank robberies surrounded Benjamin Paddock but were dropped in court.
On Dec. 31, 1968, he escaped from the federal prison in La Tuna.
At the time of his escape, authorities said Benjamin Paddock was a diagnosed psychopath and therefore “extremely dangerous.” The FBI reported he had suicidal tendencies.
Here’s the query I pose, is it feasible that Paddock was set up? An excessive amount of this just does not make any sense at all: The Islamic State claims responsibility, Antifa literature discovered, girlfriend out of the country, yet hotel permits him to utilize her ID to check-in and he gambles with her card. Could he have merely been set up in an effort to further a coming anti-gun agenda and more imposing on Americans’ civil liberties?
I just ponder if Paddock was a patsy.
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