WATCH: Vegas Security Guard Claims Stephen Paddock Shot Him with a Pellet Gun As He Just Hangs Out

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Las Vegas – New body camera footage has been released from the first officers on the scene of the Las Vegas shooting in October 2017, and it reveals that the security guard who was reportedly suspect Stephen Paddock’s first victim, believed he was shot by a pellet gun and did not have any visible wounds.

Jesus Campos, a security guard at Mandalay Bay, made headlines initially because he was reportedly the only witness who saw Paddock open the door of his hotel room on the 32nd floor and shoot at least 200 rounds out into the hall.

Days after the shooting, International Union President David Hickey claimed that Campos was “shot in the right thigh when he approached Paddock’s room on the 32nd floor during the Las Vegas mass shooting,” and a GoFundMe page claimed that Campos “was shot through the door while on random patrol as a Security Officer.”

The story changed a number of times, and Campos went from being a random casualty, to the first victim of the shooting, who was reportedly shot once in the leg once when Paddock opened the door to his room and fired at least 200 rounds into the hall in his direction.

The newly released body camera footage, published by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, shows Campos after his encounter with Paddock, and with the exception of what looks to be a small trickle of blood on his leg, he does not appear to have just been shot.

While the initial reports claimed that Campos was shot in his right thigh, he has his pants rolled up on his left leg and is motioning to it, as if to show that it is where he was injured.

I don’t know if it’s a pellet or a .22,” Campos told the officer.

While Campos does appear to walk with somewhat of a limp, his assertion that he was shot with a pellet gun seems much more accurate than the claim that he was shot with an actual bullet, which would likely have made him unable to walk, would have left a noticeable wound, and would have caused significant pain.

The two other men standing with Campos when the officers arrive appear to be either security personnel or Mandalay Bay employees, and they do not seem to be concerned at all about the fact that Campos was just shot.

The officers appear to be on the 32nd floor of the hotel, and when they start to look down the hall, Campos can be heard saying, “Hey, you guys, the direction on shooting is probably the peephole, so look out for that.”

Is he shooting down this way?” one of the officers asked.

He was. That’s how I got shot,” Campos replied.

According to the timeline of the shooting, Campos arrived on the 32nd floor around 10 p.m. on Oct. 1, 2017, with the intention of investigating “an alert of an open door in a guest’s room down the hall from Paddock’s suite.” He then called security dispatch to report the blocked door at 10:04 p.m. and was shot by Paddock at 10:06 p.m.

The first two police officers to enter the 32nd floor, who are presumably the officers featured in the body camera footage, did not make it to the floor until 10:57 p.m., approximately 42 minutes after Paddock is said to have fired his final shot out of his hotel room window, at a nearby concert festival.

Given the fact that they did not know if Paddock was still alive, or if he planned to continue the shooting rampage, the idea that Campos and the two other men who were standing with him appeared to be nonchalantly waiting, several feet down the hall from where a man was just caught shooting out of his hotel room door is absurd.

In addition to the ever-changing story surrounding what Campus experienced and where he was during the shooting, there are also a number of questions about where he went in the aftermath of the massacre, and why he has only appeared once following the shooting, in a bizarre interview on the Ellen Show.

As The Free Thought Project reported, Campos was never registered to work as a security guard, and just days after the shooting, he made a strange trip to Mexico—even though he was reportedly the only witness to the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, and at the time, police claimed they were looking for a possible second suspect.

Watch the body camera footage below:

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Vegas announces 2018-2019 NHL schedule, and it’s home heavy on the back end

The Vegas Golden Knights are a National Hockey League expansion team no more. With the NHL Awards completed for the 2017-2018 season, it’s time to move on to the second year for the Stanley Cup runners-up. In that spirit, the team announced its regular-season schedule for the 2018-2019 season this week, and although full season-ticket packages are sold out, the team will have individual game tickets on sale at a later date.

T-Mobile Arena is sure to be rocking it once again in the fall when the Golden Knights open the defense of their Pacific Division and Western Conference championships against the Philadelphia Flyers in the first game of the season on Oct. 4. Unlike last season when Vegas opened with two straight road games before starting the home slate, this year will feature a definite must-see event on the Las Vegas Strip on Opening Night in the NHL.

The Golden Knights, like last season, do close the season on the road again, playing the final game of the season down Interstate 15 against the Los Angeles Kings on April 6 at STAPLES Center. However, instead of having to play their final three games on the road like last year, the Vegas squad plays the penultimate game of the season at home, as well as the game before that, too. 

As the team enters the offseason with some free-agent questions and a renewed focus on winning the Stanley Cup, next year promises to be just as exciting as the first season. Here are the highlights for the Golden Knights schedule for 2018-2019:

• A five-game homestand in October: Although Vegas opens at home, the team immediately goes on the road for five games after that. However, when the Golden Knights return, they get five straight at home themselves. Buffalo, Anaheim, Vancouver, Tampa Bay, and Ottawa come calling. The Ducks finished second in the Pacific Division last year, as Vegas busted their five-season stranglehold on the division crown. Anaheim is sure to want that back in 2018-2019. Somewhat similarly, the Golden Knights swept the Lightning last season, which may have kept them from claiming the Presidents’ Trophy. Get used to that theme, as a lot of teams are going to be targeting Vegas for some kind of revenge.

• November on the road: Of the 15 games the Golden Knights are scheduled to play in November, only five of them will be at home. The toughest road stretch comes early in the month with four straight games away from T-Mobile Arena in Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal, and Boston, respectively. The last two games are on back-to-back nights, which will be especially tough with the travel. If Vegas can survive the month of November with a winning record, the team should be in good position to repeat its first-season successes.

• Spending the holidays at home: The reward for November’s road weariness is getting to stay at home on both Dec. 25 and Jan. 1. The Golden Knights play four consecutive games at home from Dec. 20-27, and even though they travel to play the Arizona Coyotes on Dec. 30, the team is right back home a New Year’s Day game against the Kings. For a team like Vegas, that has such a connection to its local fans, this was a nice touch by the NHL scheduling office to keep the boys at home for the holiday season as much as possible.

• Jumpstarting January with seven home games: There are only ten games on the scheduled total in the month, thanks to the NHL All-Star break. The Golden Knights get seven of them at home, including that Jan.1 date against Los Angeles. The New Year is always revitalizing for everyone, and Vegas will find some extra jump on the ice by minimizing travel early on in the season. The only road games are in Anaheim, Chicago, and Winnipeg, so the team gets to avoid any long-haul flights to the East Coast in the dead of winter.

• Home is where the heart is in February, too: With 13 games in February, the Golden Knights got a Valentine’s Day gift from the league schedulers with eight games at T-Mobile Arena. The crazy part is that the first four games of the month are on the road, coming out of the All-Star break. After playing in Carolina, Florida, Tampa Bay, and Detroit, the Vegas team comes home to finish the final nine games of the month mostly at home in the desert. The only road game in that final stretch of the month is a quick jaunt to Colorado on Feb. 18.

• Pacific Division showdowns in March: Of the 14 games in the month, the Golden Knights will play eight of them against division opponents. This could be where the Pacific title is decided as Vegas takes on Anaheim, Calgary (twice), Edmonton, San Jose (twice), and Vancouver (twice) throughout the month. Five of those division-rivalry matchups are on the road, including both games against the Sharks—who may be out for blood after losing to the Golden Knights in the second round of last season’s playoffs. 

What stands out the most is this simple fact: Of the first 36 games on the schedule, the Golden Knights will play just 14 of them at home. That means in the final 46 games of the season schedule, Vegas will be at T-Mobile Arena for 27 of them. When playoff positioning is on the line late in the season, every home game will be pretty important.

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‘Cameras Off’: New Video Shows Vegas Shooting Strike Team Being Told to Turn Off Body Cams

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Las Vegas, NV — After being forced to release information on the October 1 massacre, the Las Vegas police department—in an insultingly futile attempt at transparency—has been dumping information related to the shooting. In what appears to be a deliberate attempt to muddy the waters, much of the video released by the department has no time stamps and is provided without context. However, one particularly suspicious set of videos was released Thursday which shows cops being told to turn off their body cameras.

For months, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been caught lying, railroading journalists, and done everything in their power to keep the facts on what happened on 1 October from ever reaching the public.

The department’s desire to keep the information secret was so overwhelming that they fought its release all the way to the Nevada Supreme Court. Early last month, however, the court rejected the police department’s bid to keep the records secret and they are now forced to hand everything over. Instead of cataloged evidence and detailed reports, however, they’re merely releasing random unlabeled pieces of information.

A large dump of video taken from 28 different body cameras was released this week. According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, most of the videos had no time stamps, but they were taken at some point during the response to Stephen Paddock carrying out the massacre.

Four of the videos in this massive dump of footage show officers who are part of a strike team assembling near the Mandalay Bay Casino. According to the chatter captured on the video, the strike team is prepping to enter the hotel.

“Officers are waiting. They’re waiting,” says a male voice off screen. “Officers are waiting to get in there.”

As police stand in line waiting to enter the hotel, multiple body cameras show a female officer walking down the rows, instructing the officers to turn off their cameras.

“Cameras are off? Cameras off? Cameras are off?” she says.

An officer repeats “Camera is off,” and each video ends.

As the Journal reports, it is not clear when or why the cameras were activated. One video is 18 minutes long, one is 20 minutes, and two others are just over a minute each. It is also unclear why the officers were told to turn their cameras off.

When the Journal reached out to the department to clarify why officers were told to turn off their body cameras, predictably, the department did not answer. However, their body camera policy is public and these videos appear to show them violating it.

According to their body camera policy, once the officer’s camera is activated, it should continue recording unless there is a reasonable exception.

As the Journal reports, exceptions include if the event is “of a sensitive nature,” such as the sexual assault of a child; if the event has concluded prior to an officer’s arrival; or if an officer determines the recording must be stopped, “based on clearly articulable reasons.”

What’s more, and what clearly did not happen in this footage, is that the department policy states, “Officers must state the specific reason(s) they are turning off their cameras before doing so.”

The more information that comes out on the horrific events of that fateful night, the more questions the public has. The uncooperative behavior by the Las Vegas Metropolitan police department is a kick in the teeth to the victims and their families.

As the suspect video below shows, from the very beginning of the shooting, Vegas police were actively engaged in keeping this information from the public. Shameful indeed.

If you’d like to voice your concern about their lack of transparency and overt attempt at covering up the facts as to what happened in Vegas, you can peacefully do so at the department’s Facebook page, here. Or, you can call them at (702) 828-3394.

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This master gardener is luring monarchs to Las Vegas

Anne Marie Lardeau’s 5-year quest is paying off with the first ever recorded spring sighting of Western monarch butterflies laying eggs in the Nevada city.

Las Vegas, Nevada – better known for it Elvis impersonators than its flora and fauna, perhaps. But if master gardener Anne Marie Lardeau has any say, migrating monarch butterflies will begin to know the city for its burgeoning milkweed population.

Lardeau, a Master Gardener volunteer with University of Nevada Cooperative Extension began her study of milkweed and butterflies five years ago when Cooperative faculty and staff discovered a rush milkweed plant that had been planted as a native example in a test garden at the learning center. Back then, researchers did not believe there were monarchs in the area. But Lardeau and others on the staff recognized the importance of the plant in terms of attracting the butterflies; they began working with milkweed seeds and looking into growing more rush milkweed and other varieties.

Flash-forward to now, and the Cooperative supports a number of butterfly habitats of milkweed and nectar plants in their botanical garden, including 480 milkweed plants, representing 30 varieties, including six native to Clark County, five international varieties and 19 Southwestern native varieties.

And evidently it has not all been for naught. This spring, for the first time ever recorded, Western monarch butterflies were observed laying eggs at the gardens. The eggs hatched – and 12 new butterflies were tagged and released.

monarch© Anne Marie Lardeau / Cooperative Extension | For the first time ever recorded in spring in Las Vegas, Western monarch butterflies were seen laying eggs on milkweed.

“There has never been a documented instance of reproduction in Las Vegas as part of the spring migration,” says Lardeau. “We get them in the fall, but have never observed nor received reports of caterpillars in the spring before. Usually they ignore us, either just stopping to eat or simply flying over.”

The butterflies undertake their arduous journeys north from Mexico and California in the spring and back home in the fall, laying eggs on milkweed plants along the way, but never before in Las Vegas. Which makes sense, given the landscaping of the city and the prior scarcity of milkweed. Now that there is milkweed, there are more butterflies.

“We have the best collection of milkweed,” Lardeau says. “And now, we’re seeing a lot more monarch butterflies after thinking there weren’t any.”

Funny how that works – grow it and they will come.

Lardeau’s next steps are to figure out which plants they like the best and which ones will grow well in private gardens in the city. Lardeau’s hopes to see milkweed and nectar plants reach far beyond the five butterfly habitats at the test gardens, and into butterfly gardens in backyards and schools across Las Vegas.

“This is a joint community effort to increase availability of milkweed in the Las Vegas area,” she says. “We want to provide the public with advice on tried and effective ways to create butterfly gardens.”

To that end, Lardeau has invited residents to participate in the research project by giving them free seeds from the Coop’s plants and giving instructions on planting and caring for the milkweed, surveys to track plant success, and classes on how to build butterfly-friendly gardens.

“Native milkweed seeds are either rare or expensive,” she says. “In addition, native milkweed is rare in the wild, and seeds cannot be collected on public land without a permit or on private land without owner permission. So, we’re really excited to make the seeds available for free.”

Who knows, with Lardeau’s vision and the help of others, maybe Las Vegas will become a magnate for monarchs, not just those impersonating The King. Call it the butterfly effect.

If you live in Las Vegas or plan to visit, the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Botanical and Test Gardens are at 8050 Paradise Road. The gardens, including the butterfly gardens, are open to the public and best of all: Free packets of milkweed seeds are available to visitors.

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10 best moments of the Vegas Golden Knights’ 2017-18 season

The Vegas Golden Knights lost Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals last night at T-Mobile Arena, as the Washington Capitals clinched the National Hockey League championship with a 4-3 victory over the home team. It was not the fairy tale finish the fans in Sin City were hoping for, but all things considered, it was an amazing season for the NHL’s expansion darlings from Las Vegas. The Golden Knights won the Pacific Division and then advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals in their first season ever, an accomplishment that every subsequent expansion team in major professional sports in North America will try to match now.

It’s time to look back and reflect now upon the great season that was, for there were many triumphant moments that signified the fortitude, integrity, and resiliency of this team and the city it represents. Very few people had high expectations for the Golden Knights, considering the most recent expansion examples in the NHL. However, the team constantly surpassed benchmark after benchmark to come so close to winning it all in its first season.

So, relive the 2017-2018 season for the Golden Knights with our list of the ten best moments of the season, ranked in order of awesomeness.

10. Winning the first game in franchise history: Every expansion team wants to win its first time out, and Vegas had to open the season on the road in Dallas. The Stars had a disappointing 2016-2017 season, but this was still a tough test for the Golden Knights in their first-ever game in franchise history. The Stars scored first, but in a sign of the resilient season to come, Vegas scored twice in the third period to claim the 2-1 victory.

9. Winning the first home game in franchise history: After starting the season with two road victories, the Golden Knights came home and played for the first time in front of the hometown fans that already loved them. They didn’t disappoint. The team scored four goals in the first 11 minutes against the Arizona Coyotes on their way to a 5-2 win at T-Mobile Arena that set the tone for the entire home schedule. 

8. Never losing more than three games in a row in the regular season: Long losing streaks kill any team’s playoff hopes, and the Golden Knights—despite their expansion-team status—were able to avoid those kinds of morale-killing slides. This was greatly due to the veteran makeup of some of the team’s leaders and the careful coaching guidance of Gerard Gallant. A road win on November 4 in Ottawa stopped an L3 in its tracks early in the season. Then, an overtime win at home on December 3 against Arizona halted another three-game slide. Finally, a road win in New Jersey on March 4 put an end to the team’s final three-game losing streak of the regular season and helped propel the Golden Knights forward.

7. Knocking off the San Jose Sharks in the second round of the playoffs: We don’t mean to minimize the achievement by placing it so low. It’s just that the other two series wins were more … impressive. The Golden Knights knocked off the Sharks in six games, after a controversial call in overtime cost them a win in Game 2. Then, after suffering the first postseason shutout loss in franchise history against the Sharks in Game 4, Vegas took two straight games to clinch the series and advance. For the second series in a row, they closed out the opponent in the first opportunity—and on the road.

6. The eight-game winning streak: From December 14 to January 2, the Golden Knights won eight straight games, and in the process, they took over first place in the Pacific Division for good. Overall, the streak was part of a stretch where Vegas won 12 of 13 games to put itself atop the league in terms of attention, respect, and success. Look at the teams the Golden Knights beat during this win streak—Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Washington, Los Angeles, Nashville—and perhaps we should have known they’d do just fine in the playoffs.

5. Starting four different goaltenders by Halloween: … and still having an 8-3 record at that point. Think about that for a moment. Marc-Andre Fleury started the first four games before getting hurt, and then Malcolm Subban started three straight before also suffering an injury. Next up was Oscar Dansk, who started three consecutive games himself—and posted the first shutout in team history—before getting hurt, too. Think about terrible luck that is for an expansion team to lose its top three goalies to injury before the first month of the season is over. On October 31, Maxime Lagace started for Vegas and the next ten games for the Golden Knights as well. Neither Dansk nor Legace had ever played in the NHL before, and Subban himself had made just two NHL appearances before this season. Fleury returned for good on December 12, but not before Vegas had to use a fifth goalie—19-year-old Dylan Ferguson, also making his NHL debut in support of Lagace—on November 14. 

4. Beating the Los Angeles Kings in the first round of the playoffs: These were the Stanley Cup champions from 2012 and 2014, and the Kings knew what it took to win in the postseason. They also had a goaltender (Jonathan Quick) who had won the Conn Smythe. How would the expansion Vegas squad handle this challenge in its first-ever playoff series? Quick was outstanding, holding the Golden Knights to just seven goals in four games. However, Fleury was even better, as the Kings themselves scored three times in four games. He posted two shutouts in the series, as Vegas won four straight one-goal games over a team many picked to make a run to the Cup Finals again.

3. Winning the Pacific Division title: Winning the division in the first year of play was stunning, especially when you consider the strength of the division. Four of the prior seven Western Conference champions had come from the Pacific Division. But the Golden Knights won 51 games to win the division by eight points over the Anaheim Ducks, with the Sharks trailing Vegas by nine points—and the Kings finishing 11 points behind the Golden Knights. Overall, in division games, Vegas posted a 20-6-3 record against the other seven teams in the Pacific Division. That’s dominance, period. Oh, and we all remember the goal William Karlsson scored in the division-clinching win against San Jose in the home finale of the regular season. 

2. Winning the Western Conference Finals: The Winnipeg Jets were the most formidable opponent the Golden Knights faced in the postseason (on paper, at least). They had the second-best scoring offense in the NHL, and they had just knocked off the Presidents’ Trophy winners from Nashville in the second round. Furthermore, the Jets had home ice for the series. That didn’t matter. After dropping Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals in Winnipeg, the Golden Knights proceeded to rip off four straight victories to win the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl in their first season. That’s something three teams in the conference have yet to achieve, by the way: Arizona, Minnesota, and Winnipeg.

1. Winning the first Stanley Cup Finals game in franchise history: Even though the Cup Finals didn’t go the way the Golden Knights wanted, Game 1 of the series was an amazing victory for Vegas in front of the hometown fans. More than any other moment, this game signified what hockey had become in Las Vegas. Sure, it’s easier to root for a winning team, but it goes beyond that in Sin City. The team brought the city together over the last nine months after unspeakable tragedy, and we know the NHL will be a fixture in Vegas for years to come. Next season cannot start soon enough for Golden Knights fans everywhere.

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Céline Dion extends Las Vegas residency to 2019; new show dates announced

Céline Dion has announced several new concerts that extend her residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas until 2019. The newly announced shows will take place from Oct. 30-Nov. 17, 2018 and Dec. 28, 2018 to Jan. 20, 2019. Tickets go on sale at 12 p.m. PT on June 8. 

Dion’s first Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace was from 2003 to 2007. The Grammy-winning singer began her second residency there in 2015, and has continued to tour internationally. Her 2018 tour, which begins June 26 in Tokyo, is set for Asia, Australia and New Zealand. On this tour, she will be performing for the first time in such countries as the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore. Dion has added her latest single “Ashes” (from the “Deadpool 2” soundtrack) to her set list. A Steve Aoki remix of “Ashes” was released in May 2018.

The Grammy-winning Dion has recovered from a temporary health setback, which caused her to cancel several Las Vegas shows in March and April 2018, in order to have ear surgery. An announcement on her official Facebook page explained: “Céline has been dealing with a condition in her middle ear known as Patulous Eustachian tube, which causes hearing irregularities, and makes it extremely difficult to sing.” 

After her surgery, she returned to the concert stage in Las Vegas on May 22. At the show, Dion commented on stage, “You know, it’s been quite a while since we’ve done a show. I had a little health issue … don’t we all. But I have to tell you, I’m extremely happy to be back. The stage is kind of my home away from home, in a way. And I have to admit … I can barely stand on my feet tonight, which means I am a little bit nervous.”

She added, “It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been on stage … there’s always some butterflies … I don’t take anything for granted. You can see so many shows in Las Vegas … and you have chosen to be with us. We are very happy and grateful that you have chosen us.”

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Concerts and shows in Las Vegas for Father’s Day weekend 2018

he joiMusic is an amazing art form that brings people together, especially when it’s live and even more if it’s with someone you love. On Father’s Day, what better way to show your appreciation for Dad than with concert tickets? Whether you’re going together to enjoy an act you both love or you’re treating Dad to a night out with his personal favorite, Las Vegas has some great options to surprise him with over Father’s Day weekend–especially with so many musicians currently in residence and live entertainment daily. Here are some of the best.

Nine Inch Nails
June 15 and 16 @ 10:30 p.m.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas – 4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89169

Even industrial rockers Nine Inch Nails have set up a residency in Sin City at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and you can catch them twice over Father’s Day weekend on Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16, a week before the release of new EP Bad Witch. Tickets are on sale now right here on AXS, ranging from $79.50 to $350. Can’t make it, or just want more? They’ll also headline River City Rock Fest in the fall, followed by a fall tour which kicks off mid-September and ends in December. No matter when you see the band, get ready for the show with new song “God Broke Down the Door,” released earlier this month.

Rod Stewart
June 15 and 16 @ 7:30 p.m.
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace – 3570 Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109

Enjoy the iconic Rod Stewart over the weekend as part of his residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, with shows on Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16. Tickets for both shows, as well as others in the run which lasts until the end of June, are on sale now right here on AXS, ranging from $49 to $250. VIP packages, dinner packages, AXS Premium seating, and other upgrades and packages are also available. Fans of Stewart can also expect a new album, Blood Red Roses, later this year.

Blue Man Group
June 15 and 16 @ 7 and 9:30 p.m.
The Bomb Factory – 2713 Canton St., Dallas, TX 75226

Blue Man Group has become a Las Vegas staple with their ongoing residency, and their colorful live show is a must-see. Tickets are on sale now starting at $59, and fans can also enjoy a sensory-friendly experience for $36. Various upgrades are also available, as well as a family four-pack and discounted tickets for Nevada residents.

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June 15 and 16 @ 10:30 p.m.
Pearl Theater at Palms Casino Resort – 4321 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103

Check out rock trio blink-182 at their residency at The Palms. Tickets are on sale now, ranging from $54 to $155. VIP and hotel packages are also available, making for a great weekend experience for Dad. 

Sugarland
June 17 @ 7:30 p.m.
Mandalay Bay – 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119

See country band Sugarland at Mandalay Bay as part of their Still the Same tour. Tickets are on sale now right here on AXS, including AXS Premium seating, VIP packages, and more. Get ready for the show with new single “Babe,” featuring the one and only Taylor Swift.

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Lombardo Lied: New Vegas Shooting Documents Reveal Three Women Found In Stephen Paddock’s Room

LAURA LOOMER–Recent documents released regarding the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Shooting are beginning to shed light on more discrepancies and abnormalities surrounding the official timeline and narrative of the tragedy as originally stated by Sheriff Joe Lombardo and Special Agent Aaron Rouse of the Las Vegas FBI, including documentation that three women were found in the alleged shooter’s room.

The most recent batch of documents that were released include witness reports, dispatch logs, and officer reports that recount the events that took place that night and further reveal that Paddock was not alone in his room as was first stated by Sheriff Lombardo.

Page 26 of the dispatch logs that were released by LVMPD details the moments when the alleged shooter, Stephen Paddock, was located by a security detail at the Mandalay Bay. As actions were taken to assemble a team of officers to apprehend the suspect, a dispatcher shared the name of the alleged shooter located in Room 32-135, along with three females that were reported to be in the room with Mr. Paddock. However, the names of those three women are redacted from the report, while the checkout date listed for the women aligns with Paddock’s planned check out date of October 2, 2017. In the log, as seen on page 26, the following was documented as having taken place at 11:02 pm the night of the shooting when police breached Paddock’s room. “Units in control room 32 135. Suspect name of K(P)addock, Stephen. There three females in room.”

The three women are then listed as #1, #2, and #3, with their check in and check out dates, but their names are redacted from the log. “Checked on (in) on 9-25 scheduled to check out Oct 2nd.”

Shocking details such as the one above are found all throughout the nearly 2,000 documents that were released following a court order after The Associated Press and additional media outlets had to sue the LVMPD for the release of this information, information that the public has the right to see, as there are many questions left unanswered due to communication shut down by Sheriff Joe Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Other details revealed in the dispatch log include calls that were made to report multiple gunshot wounded victims hiding in fear for their lives all over the strip. There were panicked calls made from Sundance Helicopter about possible hostages taken.

The details of the LVMPD dispatch log on page 26 specifically reveals that dispatch received information from Mandalay Bay regarding guest names, additional parties in the room, along with check-in and departure dates for Paddock and the three women found in his room, all of which completely contradicts information given to the public in early reports from LVMPD and Sheriff Lombardo. In press conferences held shortly after October 1, Lombardo specifically stated that Paddock checked into his suite at Mandalay Bay on September 28th, 2017 and that he stayed in the room by himself.

Sheriff Lombardo was challenged on the initial timeline by investigative journalist Laura Loomer at a live press conference based on evidence to support an earlier check-in date of September 25, 2017, and only then after being exposed as a liar on live TV did he provide the correct details. The newly released logs provide documented proof that Lombardo was aware of the check-in date of Paddock and his guests.

LVMPD and FBI have maintained for almost eight months that Stephen Paddock was a lone gunman. Their reports state that he did occupy two rooms during his stay, the 32-135 suite and an adjoining room, 32-134, which was registered under his girlfriend’s name, Marilou Danley.

Information within the official LVMPD reports also stated that Ms. Danley was out of the country on a trip to the Philippines at the time of the shooting. Despite her fingerprints being present on ammunition, and her own personal admission of helping Paddock load ammunition into his guns, LVMPD maintains she is no longer a suspect in the shooting.

However, police documentation of the three females who were found in Paddock’s room, and whose identities have been redacted from the logs, leads to questions of additional persons of interest involved, including Marilou Danley. There are several witness accounts that state Danley was in town with Paddock, and had foreknowledge of Paddock’s talks about a potential shooting at an open air concert.

One of the recently released witness statements includes a witness who recounts seeing Danley and Paddock at The Noodle Shop the Friday before the shooting. A hairdresser shared a wild story of Paddock rambling about an open-air concert and easy access for shooting. The hairdresser claims she shared her concerns with Ms. Danley and reported them both to the police, according to her statement.

LVMPD dispatch logs show documentation of ISIS activity on page of Danley’s Facebook friend

There are also dispatch logs showing that the night of the Las Vegas shooting, LVMPD knew that Danley had followers on her Facebook page who showed ISIS “beheading videos” on their Facebook pages. While independent journalists were first to report that Danley deleted her Facebook page immediately following the Las Vegas shooting, it was later confirmed in January of 2018 when police search warrants were released. It is also worth noting that immediately following the Las Vegas shooting, ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting, claiming Paddock was an ISIS terrorist who converted to Islam six months prior to the attack. Even after the FBI said ISIS wasn’t involved, ISIS has continued to take responsibility for the Vegas shooting nearly four times, and has even published ISIS propaganda since the shooting in which they promise to attack Vegas again.

Besides proving that the public has been misled about Paddock being alone in his suite at Mandalay Bay, dispatch logs confirm that Sheriff Lombardo had knowledge of the accurate timeline and check-in date, as well as the three women the public is just now learning about when he held his press conference the day after the shooting, where he intentionally gave the public misinformation.

Although LVMPD and the FBI have remained adamant that Paddock was a lone shooter who acted alone without any outside help, these newly released police logs and witness statements are further evidence that there are possibly additional suspects or people of interest who were not mentioned in Lombardo’s press conferences, or at any time within the eight months that have passed since the horrific shooting.

Despite the new details in the logs, investigators have yet to provide a motive for Stephen Paddock, or any additional information that gives the public any answers or understanding as to why a gunman or gunmen decided to open fire from a 32nd floor hotel suite onto a country music concert, killing 58 people and injuring nearly 800 more. Yet, there continues to be multiple inconsistencies in what was originally stated by Sheriff Lombardo and the LVMPD.

In the coming days as more of the logs and witness statements are examined, more shocking information about the Las Vegas shooting will come to light. Information regarding the Las Vegas shooting that has yet to be processed and released includes more than 20,000 hours of video footage, 251,099 images, and thousands of witness accounts and police phone calls.

It has been eight months since the Las Vegas shooting, and the world still doesn’t know what happened in Vegas that night. Why did the Las Vegas shooting happen? Who are the three women who were found in Paddock’s room? Was this an ISIS terrorist attack? These are only some of the many unanswered questions surrounding the mystery known as the Las Vegas shooting. However, one thing remains undisputed and continues to present itself to the public. Sheriff Lombardo intentionally misled the public about the details surrounding the Las Vegas shooting, and he continues to do so as he asks the public to grant him a second term as Clark County Sheriff on June 12, 2018.

In the meantime, the citizens of Clark County must decide if the lies, misinformation, deception, and corruption that has been demonstrated by Sheriff Lombardo, and proven in these newly released documents is the type of leadership and protection they are comfortable with in the upcoming election for Clark County Sheriff.

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Vegas Shooting Police Files Show 3 Women Were In Stephen Paddock’s Room, Wife Had ISIS ‘Friends’

Recent documents released regarding the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas shooting are beginning to shed light on more discrepancies and abnormalities surrounding the official timeline and narrative of the tragedy as originally stated by Sheriff Joe Lombardo and Special Agent Aaron Rouse of the Las Vegas FBI.

The documents also indicate three women were found in the alleged shooter’s room.

The most recent batch of documents released include witness reports, dispatch logs, and officer reports that recount the events that took place that night and further reveal Paddock was potentially not alone in his room, as first stated by Sheriff Lombardo.

Page 26 of the dispatch logs that were released by LVMPD details the moments when Paddock was located by a security detail at the Mandalay Bay. As actions were taken to assemble a team of officers to apprehend the suspect, a dispatcher shared the name of the alleged shooter located in Room 32-135, along with three females that were reported to be in the room with Paddock.

However, the names of those three women are redacted from the report, while the check-out date listed for the women aligns with Paddock’s planned check-out date of October 2, 2017. On page 26 of the log, documented as having taken place at 11: 02 pm the night of the shooting when police breached Paddock’s room, “Units in control room 32 135. Suspect name of K(P)addock, Stephen. There three females in room.”

The three women are then listed at #1, #2, and #3, with their check-in and check-out dates, but their names are redacted from the log. “Checked [in] on 9-25 scheduled to check out Oct 2nd.”

Shocking details such a the one above are found throughout the nearly 2000 documents that were released following a court order after The Associated Press and additional media outlets sued the LVMPD for the release of this information, as there are many questions left unanswered due to communications shut down by Sheriff Joe Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Other details revealed in the dispatch log include calls that were made to report multiple gunshot wounded victims hiding in fear for their lives all over the Strip. There were panicked calls made from Sundance Helicopter about possible hostages taken.

The details of the LVMPD dispatch log on page 26 specifically reveals that dispatch received information from Mandalay Bay regarding guest names, additional parties in the room, along with check-in and departure dates for Paddock and the three women found in his room, all of which completely contradicts information given to the public in early reports from LVMPD and Sheriff Lombardo. In press conferences held shortly after October 1, Lombardo specifically stated that Paddock checked into his suite at Mandalay Bay on September 28th, 2017 and that he stayed in the room by himself.

Sheriff Lombardo was challenged on the initial timeline at a live press conference based on evidence to support an earlier check-in date of September 25, 2017, and only then after being confronted on live TV did he provide the correct details. The newly released logs provide documented proof that Lombardo was aware of the check-in date of Paddock and his guests.

LVMPD and FBI have maintained for almost eight months that Stephen Paddock was a lone gunman. Their reports state that he did occupy two rooms during his stay, the 32-135 suite and an adjoining room, 32-134, which was registered under his girlfriend’s name, Marilou Danley.

Information within the official LVMPD reports also stated that Danley was out of the country on a trip to the Philippines at the time of the shooting. Despite her fingerprints being present on ammunition, and her own personal admission of helping Paddock load ammunition into his guns, LVMPD maintains she is no longer a suspect in the shooting.

However, police documentation of the three females who were found in Paddock’s room, and whose identities have been redacted from the logs, leads to questions of additional persons of interest involved, including Marilou Danley. There are several witness accounts that state Danley was in town with Paddock, and had foreknowledge of Paddock’s talks about a potential shooting at an open air concert.

One of the recently released witness statements includes a witness who recounts seeing Danley and Paddock at The Noodle Shop the Friday before the shooting. A hairdresser shared a wild story of Paddock rambling about an open-air concert and easy access for shooting. The hairdresser claims she shared her concerns with Ms. Danley and reported them both to the police, according to her statement.

In an additional bombshell revelation, LVMPD dispatch logs show documentation of ISIS activity on the Facebook page of one of Danley’s ‘friends.’

Those dispatch logs show that the night of the Las Vegas shooting, LVMPD knew that Danley had followers on Facebook who showed ISIS “beheading videos” on their Facebook pages. While independent journalists were first to report that Danley deleted her Facebook page immediately following the Las Vegas shooting, it was later confirmed in January of 2018 when police search warrants were released.

It is also worth noting that immediately following the Las Vegas shooting, ISIS claimed responsibility, claiming Paddock was an ISIS terrorist who converted to Islam six months prior to the attack. Even after the FBI said ISIS wasn’t involved, ISIS has continued to take responsibility for the massacre nearly four times, and has even published ISIS propaganda since the shooting in which they promise to attack Vegas again.

Besides proving that the public has been mislead about Paddock being alone in his suite at Mandalay Bay, dispatch logs confirm that Sheriff Lombardo had knowledge of the accurate timeline and check in date, as well as the three women the public is just now learning about when he held his press conference the day after the shooting, where he appears to have intentionally given misinformation to the public.

Although LVMPD and the FBI have remained adamant that Paddock acted alone without any outside help, the newly released police logs and witness statements may be further evidence that possibly additional suspects or people of interest remain at large.

Despite the new details in the logs, investigators have yet to provide a motive for Paddock, or any additional information that provides answers as to why a gunman or gunmen decided to open fire from a 32nd floor hotel suite onto a country music concert, killing 58 people and injuring nearly 800 more.

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