Al Qaeda Behind Vegas Shooting
John E. Hoover, aka John Cullen, an investigative journalist and former high-level employee at Oracle in Silicon Valley, says his intense hours of research and eventual evidence reveal that authorities and the media didn’t tell the truth about the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting at Mandalay Bay Hotel.
For starters, Hoover says that Stephen Paddock, who was blamed for the mass murder of 60 concertgoers and injuring 867 attending a music festival across the street on the Las Vegas Strip, was not the shooter. Hoover later determined that the gunfire was coming from two hovering helicopters and carried out by members of Al Qaeda.
Appearing on Tommy’s Podcast, with host Tommy Carrigan, Hoover details an intricate, well-planned plot to murder newly installed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman by his adversaries, led by his fellow Saudi and first cousin, Al Waleed bin Talal. Bin Salman and his family were staying at the Four Seasons Hotel, which occupy the top five floors of the Mandalay Bay building.
The elaborate set-up included luring Paddock with honeypots, the intention to join him in a shooting outing in the desert with the 29 firearms he hauled into his room and the promise to purchase the guns for mountains of cash.
Hoover says Paddock, who was found dead in his hotel room with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot, did not kill himself. He posits it was Al Waleed who pulled the trigger in keeping with his plan to make Paddock the patsy in the operation. Furthermore, it was later determined that Paddock had been dead for hours before the shooting. Here’s Hoover with more shocking twists and turns to the story. Please do your own research and discern the video for yourself.