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Las Vegas Police Close Vegas Shooting Investigation, Claim Motive Is “Unknown”



Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo held a press conference on Friday morning to release what he says is the “final” police report on the Las Vegas Shooting.

On October 1, 2017, police and FBI say alleged shooter Stephen Paddock opened fire from his 32nd floor suite at the Mandalay Bay onto a crowd of 22,000 concertgoers who were attending the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival.

Paddock, who has been deemed a “lone shooter” by disgraced Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo and Aaron Rouse, the Special Agent in Charge of Las Vegas FBI, killed 58 people and injured nearly 900 people.

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For the past ten months since the deadliest mass shooting in U.S.history,  LVMPD, FBI, and Mandalay Bay have remained adamant in their claims that Paddock was a lone shooter who had no accomplices and that the mass shooting was not an act of terrorism.

During Friday’s press conference, Lombardo reiterated all of those previous claims when he released the Metropolitan Police Department’s final report, but said investigators were not able to determine a motive.

“What we have been able to answer are the questions of who, what, when, where and how,” Lombardo said at the press briefing. “What we have not been able to definitively answer is the ‘why’ Stephen Paddock committed this act.”

Although Lombardo claims the public may never know what the motive behind the shooting was, he himself declared, “I personally think it [the Las Vegas shooting] was terrorism.”

Terrorism is defined as the use of violence with the attempt of pursing a political or religious goal. Lombardo used Friday’s presser to tell the media that the investigation was complete because police were unable to determine a motive.

However, by definition, if something is called labeled as terrorism, it must have a political or religious motive.

Hours after the Las Vegas shooting,ISIS claimed responsibility through their official news agency, Amaq.

ISIS also claimed, “the Las Vegas attacker converted to Islam a few months ago”. However, immediately following ISIS’s claim of responsibility, FBI Special Agent Aaron Rouse released a counter statement on behalf of the bureau, saying in a October 2 press conference, “we have determined at this point no connection to an international terrorist organization.”
“The Las Vegas attack was carried out by a soldier of the Islamic State and he carried it out in response to calls to target states of the coalition,” the ISIS news outlet Amaq reported.
ISIS’s claim of responsibility and the FBI’s swift rebuttal came less than 24 hours after the largest mass shooting in U.S. history, hardly enough time for a full, or even partial investigation to have been properly conducted, let alone analyzed to conclusively and affirmatively eliminate any connection to ISIS.
Additionally, ISIS doubled down on their claim in their weekly newsletter, Naba, released on October 5th, 2017, which rehashed details of the attack under a blood drenched image of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
The the final LVMPD report, investigators noted that MariLou Danley, Paddock’s girlfriend said Paddock was an atheist who often told her ‘Your God doesn’t love me’. Police say Danley is Catholic. However, shortly after the Vegas shooting, ISIS also claimed that Paddock has converted to Islam six months prior to the shooting.

“In reference to the 2,000 investigated leads, 22,000 hours of video, 252,000 images obtained and approximately 1,000 served legal processes, nothing was found to indicate motive on the part of Paddock or that he acted with anyone else,” the final report states.

Worth noting, Lombardo’s claim that the Vegas shooting was an act of terrorism not only contradicts the official narrative that he and the FBI have been spoon feeding the public for the past nine months, but it suspiciously comes at a rime when MGM Resorts is claiming in their federal lawsuit against the Las Vegas Shooting victims that the Casino conglomerate is not liable on grounds that the shooting was an act of terrorism.

Based on the abrupt change in language used by Lombardo and MGM Resorts, one has to wonder whether or not Lombardo’s statement was made in an attempt to help MGM Resorts with their lawsuit against the victims.

It is worth noting that Paddock, according to the report, spent $1.5million over the past two years, much of which was spent at MGM Resorts Casinos, including Mandalay Bay.

During the press conference, Lombardo said he doesn’t anticipate that there will be any more arrests concerning the investigation, and he said investigators have completed their discussions with MariLou Danley, Paddock’s girlfriend whose finger prints were found on ammunition inside Paddock’s room.

In January, police arrested Douglas Haig, an Arizona man who is now facing federal charges of conspiracy to illegally manufacture and sell the ammunition. Haig has been accused of supplying Paddock with armor-piercing rounds, and is the only person who has been charged in connection with the case. Haig has pleaded not guilty.

Although a plethora of questions concerning the case were asked during the press conference, not a single reporter asked Lombardo about Brian Hodge, an Australian man who claimed to have been on the 32nd floor at the time of the shooting. When Hodge was interviewed by various media outlets concerning the Las Vegas shooting, he claimed that he was in the room next door to Paddock and that he had been hiding in the bushes for hours outside of Mandalay Bay following the shooting. However, further investigations later proved that Hodge lied about his whereabouts the night of the shooting, and was not staying in the room next to Paddock.

It is unknown where Hodge currently is and what he has been doing since the Las Vegas shooting, but there is no denying the fact that investigators dropped the ball on investigating a man who may have possibly been involved in the events that transpired the night of October 1, 2017.

Other aspects of the final report include information about Paddock’s health. According to the report, Paddock believed he was sick, and often complained to his girlfriend, MariLou Danley that he was ill and doctors could not cure him. The report also details how Danley told investigators that Paddock has been diagnosed with a “chemical imbalance.”

Lombardo stated that he hoped the final report would provide closure to the victims of the Vegas shooting, but once again, the report released by LVMPD failed to provide any new answers or insight into why 58 people were shot dead from the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay.

Over the past three months, police have released 13 batches of investigative documents, 911 audio, police reports, witness statements and video, all of which was ordered to be released by a Nevada judge due to LVMPD and FBI’s initial refusal to cooperate with the media and release information regarding the case.

The FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit is expected to release psychological profile on Paddock later this year.


Read more about ISIS and the Las Vegas shooting here.

Read more about Brian Hodge here.

Read More about MGM Resorts Lawsuit against the Las Vegas shooting victims here.



Las Vegas Shooting

On the Two Year Anniversary of the Las Vegas Shooting, There Are Still No Answers

This is one of the biggest cover-ups in American history.



It is the two-year anniversary of the Las Vegas shooting today, allegedly perpetrated by lone gunman Stephen Paddock, and there has been no evidence produced publicly to validate the official story.

58 people were murdered in the slaughter, with an additional 900 being injured as a result of the attack, which allegedly happened from the Mandalay Bay hotel to the Route 91 Harvest music festival on October 1, 2017. Investigators would give no motive for Paddock’s actions and withhold the video evidence from public scrutiny.

A former high-level law enforcement official told Big League Politics last year that it was possibly a joint ANTIFA-ISIS terrorist attack. With the way the feds are known to protect ANTIFA from consequences from their violent actions, it is not a far-fetched notion.

The report stated:

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Big League Politics spoke with a former high-level law enforcement official who says that the Las Vegas massacre could plausibly have been a joint operation between Antifa and ISIS.

“In short, in my experience it is most likely this was an ISIS operation and the evidence strongly points that way,” said a former FBI counter-terrorism agent. “Authorities have no alternative line of investigation. The most frightening possibility is that this was a joint ISIS-Antifa operation.”

It is becoming apparent that hard left organizations like Antifa are cozying up to radical Islamic groups, according to the FBI and multiple other sources.

“There is clearly overwhelming evidence that there are growing ties between U.S. radicals and the Islamic State, as well as several ISIS offshoots and splinter groups,” said an FBI field report delivered to former Acting Director Andrew McCabe on July 11, 2017.

The connection between leftist groups like ANTIFA and Islamic jihadists was first exposed by Edward Klein in his book “All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump.”

Last summer, the FBI sent a task force to Hamburg, Germany during the G20 summit where President Donald J. Trump spoke. The law enforcement group tracked leftist rioters like Antifaschistische Aktion, an Antifa affiliate, and made a shocking discovery.

“The task force covered G20 meeting in Hamburg, studied intel from local authorities, Interpol, and other assets, determined that as assumed U.S.-backed anarchist/radical groups had traveled to Germany and took place in the violence,” the FBI’s summary said. “There is also evidence of meetings between these individuals and associates of ISIS. There is an urgent need to closely surveil the identified individuals.”

Making matters even more suspicious, Las Vegas cops were forced to turn off their body cams as they were responding during the carnage:

Similar to the mysterious death of Democrat-connected sex predator Jeffrey Epstein in August, it is unlikely we will ever find out the truth about what happened in Las Vegas two years ago.

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