Ever since the brutal massacre took place in Las Vegas on Sunday night after a deranged psychopath opened fire on concert goers, it’s been extremely difficult to get a straight story from the media. Many experts are crying foul over the media’s narrative that there was only one shooter, including the Las Vegas sheriff who says it was “impossible” and a former Navy SEAL who said in a recent interview that the official story “does not add up.” Now what we’ve been speculating since the shooting took place has just been confirmed, after breaking news reveals that a second shooter has just been arrested for the Las Vegas massacre.
According to breaking news from CNN, Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Compos has just been arrested by Las Vegas authorities as being the second shooter in the massacre that took the lives of 59 and injured more than 500 others. CNN reported:
Jesus Campos had originally been praised for his apparent heroics on October 1st, as he supposedly rushed to Paddock’s suite, was shot in the upper thigh through the door, and continued to help get people to safety despite his wounds. However, FBI officials involved in the investigation now believe he was an accomplice of Paddock’s, and was involved in the initial shooting as a second gunman from the other broken window in Paddock’s 32nd-floor room.
According to a senior FBI official, authorities became suspicions by the extreme amount of gunpowder residue found on Campos’ hands and inconsistencies in his timeline of events. “We believe he killed Paddock, shot holes through the door and his own arm to produce physical evidence for his cover story, then went and lay next to the elevator,” the FBI official told CNN.
An anonymous source working on the investigation told CNN that authorities are now in possession of security footage showing Campos smuggling the firearms used in the massacre in through a Mandalay Bay loading dock in the days leading up to the event.
It’s a relief that finally the truth about that night is finally being revealed, despite the mainstream media continuing to push the narrative of a one-shooter operation since that fateful night. Many experts have said that it would’ve been impossible for the shooter to fire off as many rounds as he did.
Here’s what the former Navy SEAL, only identified as “Mike” had to say about the narrative of there only being one shooter, via Gateway Pundit:
“With this presser, I am finally getting a straight answer as to how long this guy was shooting.”
Shooting time: 10 minutes
Casualties: 600 +
Casualty Rate: 60/minute
“This means he had to be hitting one person every second for the entire 10 minutes. With changing mags on a AR platform, in semi-auto, 30 round mags, a trained operator might get, might, 240 rounds off per minute. In reality, closer to about 160 to 180 per minute. And of note, you do this to a civilian version of an AR, it will fail. Metal fatigue.”
“So there should be at least 600 expended rounds that were accurately placed. Add in all of the spray on the stage and surrounding structures, and the round count goes way up. That is going to be one hell of a pile of brass. And a fire hazard on any cloth. (That is one of the reasons you want to be on the left side of the range, and turn your collar up. Hot brass down your shirt burns like hell. It is also funny when it isn’t you.)”
“The numbers on this tragedy do not add up.”
Police scanners that night revealed that authorities knew immediately it was more than one shooter, and the eye-witness account of the man staying next door to Stephen Paddock, but these accounts have been largely ignored by the mainstream media.
We will keep you updated as more news becomes available.