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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

The Three Women...

Just a friendly reminder that the single greatest mass shooting in American history still has more question than answers. I've wrote about this shooting when it first happened and raised what I thought were obvious questions. Then when MGM finally did release 5 minutes of video footage of Paddock, I brought up the fact that it was really odd that the video footage was in 140p instead of the HD that the cameras are actually able to record in.

Now we have some more fun stuff:

Stephen Paddock’s hotel records show three women registered in his room

Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) records from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Communication Center released Wednesday indicate that gunman Stephen Paddock had three females registered to his room.

Those records also indicate that the LVMPD was fully aware 11:02 p.m. on October 1, 2017 that Paddock had checked into the Mandalay Bay on Sept. 25, 2017.

Sheriff Joe Lombardo who runs the LVMPD originally told the media that Paddock’s check-in date was Sept. 28, 2017. It was not until the October 9, 2017 press briefing that Lombardo said that they had information that Paddock checked in on Septemeber 25, and that he had previously told the media that Paddock had checked in on September 28.

Lombardo said on Oct. 9, “We are trying to confirm his actions between the 25thand the 28th.” “I’m under the belief he was not occupying the room between those dates.”

The police also told the media that Marilou Danley’s name was also on the registration, however, they never stated that there were three females registered to Paddock’s room.

The CAD records released last week indicate:

23:02:36 798/ Update units in control room 32 Room 135 Poss suspect name of PADDOCK, STEPHEN There 3 females in room [name redacted] #2 [name redacted] #3 [name redacted] [bo]oked on 9-25 to check out Oct 2nd

Basically, the government and investigators lied to us. They aren't telling us everything and are covering up what happened.

Among the thousands of documents just released by police about the Las Vegas mass shooting, a statement from one woman said a client named Stephen Paddock told her the Las Vegas Strip was vulnerable -- months before the shooting.

A hair stylist, whose name was redacted, detailed an encounter she claimed to have had with Paddock in a statement to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police. She said his strange comments made her feel uneasy.

"He was talkin’ about the area down on the Strip," she said in the statement. "I didn’t know anything about it because I don’t go to the Strip like most locals don’t. He said that it was an outdoor arena and that he couldn’t believe that they made it an outdoor arena because anybody could shoot into the crowd from ... the casino across the way."

Shortly after finishing the haircut, she said an Asian woman came in who she thought to be Marilou Danley, Paddock's girlfriend.

The stylist said she asked the woman she believed was Danley whether she knew what Paddock had been telling her. She said the woman replied, "Oh, what about somebody shooting into a crowd and, you know, wanting to hurt a lot of people?"

So where are our answers?

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