Vegas Disaster: Still No Answers
Four years after the Las Vegas massacre near the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the south end of The Strip, there are still no answers. Terrence Popp’s Redonkulas channel takes a closer look at the disaster, which was fraught with cover-ups, misinformation and deception.
Says co-host Blake Kleiner, “This is the largest mass shooting in American history, which is now four years old, and we still don’t know what happened, why, who all was involved and the media doesn’t seem to care.” The official narrative points to a lone gunman, then 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, who was holed up on the 32nd floor of the hotel and fired on a concert crowd across the street, killing 59. He later allegedly committed suicide.
Redonkulas presents seemingly incontrovertible video/audio evidence pointing to more than one shooter. Popp, who has experience with high-caliber weapons, immediately identifies 30-caliber and 556-caliber fire in an audio clip captured by a hotel guest. A separate video analysis reveals there was a long-distance shooter–presumably located in the hotel–at 425 to 475 yards and another at closer range, about 250 to 275 yards.
Perhaps the most glaring cover-up by the media was how it totally ignored testimony from an FBI whistleblower, who said agents were told to disregard evidence in the shooting, including an ISIS terror link. A TruePundit.com report the year following the massacre says when FBI top brass were provided forensic evidence of multiple shooters, they told agents to concentrate on Paddock only. And the lies go on and on. Here’s more from Redonkulas.