December 23, 2017
This is the first time the Feds have tacitly admitted to knowing the motive, which is on it’s own a staggering thing.
Saying they’re going to hold it until October is insane.
What right do they have? Our people are dead. We deserve answers.
Want to finally know why Stephen Paddock gunned down 58 people in Las Vegas in early October?
Be prepared to wait a while – possibly until next October – the chief of the FBI’s Las Vegas office revealed this week during an interview in which he said the agency probably wouldn’t brief the public until their report is released sometime before the tragedy’s first anniversary.
“Now that’s a long time for some people, but speaking for the FBI, that’s light speed, all right?” Special Agent in Charge Aaron Rouse told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Wednesday.
Rouse said reports from other agencies investigating the mass shooting will be released at different times, but the FBI’s one is “focusing a large part on the why” which is “what everybody wants to know.”
That burning question has not been answered, but Rouse said evidence still suggests Paddock was the only person involved in the attack and that he has not been linked with any affiliations or ideologies. The FBI previously denied claims by the Islamic State that Paddock was responding to a call to intensify attacks against Western countries bombing its territories in Syria and Iraq.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo has said in the past that Paddock’s mounting gambling losses may have played a role.
“As I sit here today, I believe that we are learning as much as we possibly can about why the subject did what they did,” Rouse said.
Rouse told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the FBI has interviewed around 400 people worldwide in connection to Paddock and has brought in the same number of specialists to help document evidence.
“We didn’t leave anything uncovered,” Rouse told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “And again, the casinos, with their support, let us track down a lot of information of who may have had contact with that person. And it was very helpful to us.”
If there is some reason they can’t simply come out and tell us the motive, they need to give that reason.
Is it national security?
The idea that it is “fast” to take a year to explain a mass shooting is utterly nonsensical. No other mass shooting has taken more than a day to explain.
They certainly didn’t hold back information on Dylann Roof.
As we’ve covered extensively on this site, the FBI is absolutely hiding information and has constructed a false narrative surrounding the events. There is virtually no element of the official story that makes sense.
It is extremely difficult to process as an American because there is no immediate sensible explanation for this, other than that Paddock was some kind of US intelligence asset. I just cannot conceive of any other reason that the FBI would be so obsessed with covering-up the event. And of course, the media is working with them to cover it up. Despite the AP calling it the third most important story of the year, it has been buried.
Thus far, there has been zero meaningful investigation into the event. The Ellen Show did a coached interview of the one important witness – a Mexican who cancelled all of this TV interviews and fled to Mexico in the wake of the shooting, then showed up to do only one interview with her and announce that he wouldn’t be talking to the press at all in the future.
We know for a fact that the FBI is riddled with corruption. And it is probably an organization bigger than the FBI directing them.