So the FBI has spent 5 and a half years not telling us what the motive for the Las Vegas shooter was, and now they try to tell us that it was because he wasn’t getting good enough comps from the casino? I call bullshit.

Then they try to sell us on the fact that he was angry because he wasn’t winning. That’s also bullshit. I am a bit of a gambler myself, although not even close to gambling as much as this guy did. Even I know that you don’t win all that much or that often.

In 2006, for example, Paddock gambled more than $945,000 and came out with roughly $4,300 in winnings…that during one stay from Sept. 12 to 14, just a few weeks before the shooting, Paddock lost $38,000.

A guy who gambles with a million at a time lost $38k? That’s nothing. I don’t buy for one second that the shooting had one thing at all to do with gambling or comps. The money quote is this one:

In 2018, Las Vegas Sheriff Joe Lombardo said that a 10-month investigation by the department resulted in “no evidence of conspiracy or a second gunman” and no definitive motive for the shooter.

Maybe the Vegas sheriff’s department should read this blog, because I found quite a few inconsistencies, and many of them look like the work of US intelligence agencies.

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Bigus Macus · March 31, 2023 at 2:15 pm

“Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive!”

    it's just Boris · March 31, 2023 at 6:06 pm

    If this is what they come up with, they clearly need more practice.

SoCoRuss · March 31, 2023 at 5:52 pm

I have a long time friend who has worked security for various Vegas casinos for decades. Right after the shooting , he said lots of Vegas security types called bullshit. No way you get all the gear he did in without being on cameras.
Also, where would this guy get that kind of money to gamble away? This all still smells years later.

it's just Boris · March 31, 2023 at 6:13 pm

Mrs B. once worked with a former Vegas croupier. He pointed out, repeatedly, that casinos are paid for by people who though they could win big.

And sure, anyone can have a good streak or a bad streak; it’s entirely possible for an individual to come out well ahead. But the statistics that build casinos emerge over large numbers of plays, be it ten thousand people making a single bet, or a single person betting ten thousand times. Paddock, as an accountant, surely knew enough math to know this.

RJ · April 1, 2023 at 12:31 pm

Nope. Still a government black op, meant to drive the gun control agenda.

Jonathan · April 2, 2023 at 7:59 am

That quote, and his involvement, shows why they allowed Lombardo to win the governor’s race last year – he’s either part of the system, or he passively allows it.
Just like Kemp in Georgia…

Aesop · April 2, 2023 at 11:48 am

Paddock was the patsy, and 1000:1 odds are that he was the first one shot, before any other shots were fired at the concert.

Everything about him, his mystery FBI CI gf, and the whole op screams “government run op”, or “some screwball D.C.-authored scheme that went sideways”.

Bearing well in mind we have a CIA that once tried to poison Castro’s cigars, and disassembled hotel plumbing to intercept Brezhnev’s bowel movements to ascertain his medical condition, the Vegas mass-murder stunt is easily between the goalposts of “crazy ideas stupid enough for a government agency to attempt”.

It actually takes far more blind faith to believe he was just a multimillionaire lone whackjob who lost his grip on sanity.

As for Lombardo, watch him being maddogged by some nameless fed at an early press conference, being watched scrupulously lest he let the government’s cat out of the PR bag before he was briefed in on the op.

The fix was in on this before, during, and after, and they still can’t make all the pieces fit together plausibly enough to stifle outright laughter at their “explanations”.

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