Re: Paddock : The Man with Two Brains
« Reply #106 on: Oct 18th, 2017, 5:17pm »
Las Vegas guard Jesus Campos tells Ellen DeGeneres: 'I felt a burning sensation' when I was shot
By Greg Norman, Samuel Chamberlain, Fox News 5:00pm eastern 10/18/17
The Mandalay Bay security guard who briefly disappeared from the public eye broke his silence on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Wednesday, describing how he was wounded by the perpetrator of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Jesus Campos told DeGeneres in a pre-recorded interview that he had been called to the 32nd floor of the hotel on the night of Oct. 1 to investigate an open door alarm. He said he tried to access the floor from a stairwell next to gunman Stephen Paddock's hotel room, but was blocked by a bolted emergency exit door.
"There was a metal bracket holding the door in place," said Campos, who described it as "just out of the ordinary. It's not normal."
Campos said he reached the floor through another stairwell and inspected the metal bracket from the other side. As he walked back into the hallway from a room that leads to the stairwell, the door made a loud noise as it closed behind him.
"I believed that’s what caught the shooter’s attention,” Campos said. "As I was walking down, I heard rapid fire. At first I took cover. I felt a burning sensation. I went to go lift my pant leg up and I saw the blood."
"I felt a burning sensation. I went to go lift my pant leg up and I saw the blood." - Jesus Campos
Mandalay Bay engineer Stephen Schuck, who went to the 32nd floor to look at the door Campos had called about, told DeGeneres that he initially thought he was hearing jackhammers when the gunfire began.
"As an engineer, I thought, 'we are not working up here late at night. We wouldn’t be doing that,'" said Schuck, who added that the wounded Campos yelled at him to take cover as bullets whizzed past his head.
"I could feel the pressure," the engineer said.
Campos added that a woman poked her head out of her room to see what was going on, but he told her to go back inside.
Campos had canceled several scheduled TV interviews last week and his appearance Wednesday did nothing to quell rampant speculation and rumors surrounding the horrific attack.
DeGeneres praised Campos for saving the life of Schuck and the unidentified woman, and noted that her interview would be the only time the guard would discuss the shooting publicly.
Nearly three weeks since Paddock killed 58 people and wounded more than 500 others, the FBI and Las Vegas Police have yet to reveal a motive for the shooting and questions remain about the timeline of events -- which have become muddled after police and the owners of Mandalay Bay gave conflicting statements.
Police have said they're not planning on holding any other news conferences, absent new evidence.
..WHEN THE FACTS DON'T ADD UP...REASONABLE MINDS SHOULD ASK >>> WHY NOT <<< cool
But be careful if you live in Malta.
A cold Draft just filled the room...
Campos who got the gold shield in the UNION pic is union security..not inline with the CSC Nevada license board that disabled employee searches since the event happened. If Campos messed up in any way procedurally..the union becomes a big fat target and can lose its lucrative billion dollar contracts covering its members.
Like DC a dem Union stronghold we get the same results here. Silence.
I quite agree with you there Hal. The country has indeed come to a sad state of affairs.
Re: Paddock : The Man with Two Brains
« Reply #108 on: Oct 18th, 2017, 8:52pm »
Whiist we are being acclimated to hollywoods pedophilia debauchery, and chasing the ghosts generated by fake news and False Flags., the PTB are acclimating us to accept the kinds of totalitarianism we see in Russia, and China. They have thrown away any pretense of enforcing Laws, placing themselves far above it. The Constitution has gone the way of St Nick, Moms Applie Pie, and the Unicorn. What you see occurring on Youtube, Google, Twitter, Facebook..is a an unveiling ..like the slow fall of a womans dress, cascading along her curves and long legs..then it vanishes.and when it touches the floors . what is left standing there is anything but a woman, and you are alone with it..in a room with no escape.
The slow cascade started after 9/11 becoming its own in 2007..by 2010..the tentacles were spread evrywhere. It was too late to stop.. From Wiki Leaks Palantir Files HBGAR communications
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Re: Paddock : The Man with Two Brains
« Reply #110 on: Oct 19th, 2017, 7:46pm »
It gets more bizarre before you can pounce on the first inconsistency
I remember when Crowd strike had a grand steakhouse dinner.. after the allegedly cleaned the pandas out of the system Here..another steakhouse dinner only problem was the backdrop used in the Union Heroes award dinner does not exist as the restaurant was remodeled back in July
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The rifle lying on the floor is not a belt fed firearm.
It's possibly a semi auto AR-15, with a forty round magazine inserted into the magwell, chambered in 7.62x39 (deduced by me seeing the size of the fired shell casings on the floor), Slide Fire (bump fire) buttstock, monogrip on the bottom of the free floated forearm, EOTech 552 holographic reflex 1x optic sight that is mounted on top of the firearm, and a SureFire muzzle brake flash hider compensator, that is suppressor ready to be installed.
Paddock was obviously a "spray and pray" type of guy.
The only thing you got wrong was the flash hider. It's a Silencerco ! My company bought the right to produce that design for our suppressors.
De Opresso Libre! I Have Been many Men, In Many Times, I Shall Be Again! \"The real destroyer of the liberties of the people is he who spreads among them bounties, donations and benefits.\" Plutarch
nyx, he probably didnt have a HD if he used a Thumb drive to boot off of ....easier to get rid of too ..flush if small enough they want to give impression they have nothing but this is guns drugs and financial..ie treasury involved too..mgm could have been letting him launder millions..recall the fed hack a year ago nearly one billion quckly winding up in casinos
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Re: Paddock:Case Of The Close Shave & a Haircut pg
« Reply #117 on: Oct 27th, 2017, 2:22pm »
Las Vegas Gunman’s Brain Will Be Scrutinized for Clues to the Killing
By Sheri Fink Oct. 26, 2017
The brains typically come by FedEx. They arrive a couple of times a month at the laboratory of Dr. Hannes Vogel, director of neuropathology at Stanford University Medical Center. He prefers to receive them whole, fixed in formalin, along with their coverings and spinal cords.
One of the next brains to arrive, expected early next week, will be that of Stephen Paddock, who killed 58 concertgoers in Las Vegas this month in a rampage without any clear motive. While law enforcement officials attempt to understand the mass shooting by gathering evidence and interviewing those who crossed the gunman’s path, Dr. Vogel is preparing to look for clues in the remains of Mr. Paddock’s brain. In a series of interviews, the first he has given on the case, he spoke about the work he plans to do.
“The magnitude of this tragedy has so many people wondering how it could have evolved,” Dr. Vogel said. That includes whether any one of more than a half-dozen neurological diseases proposed to the coroner’s office might have played a role. Even though the chances of finding answers in the brain tissue to the mystery of Mr. Paddock’s act are slim, Dr. Vogel said, “all these speculations out there will be put to rest, I think.”
Dr. Vogel, one of the relatively few academic neuropathologists to focus on forensics, said he planned to look for and photograph any gross abnormalities, such as a tumor or malformation, that could be felt or seen by the eye alone.
Then he will focus on interior structures. Mr. Paddock’s brain has already undergone an initial assessment, but Dr. Vogel will probably dissect it further, cutting vertically from the top with a large knife oriented as if from ear to ear. He will take samples of the tissue, and colleagues will create paper-thin slices, mount them onto slides and treat them with stains that highlight potential abnormalities of individual cells.
Dr. Vogel said he was briefed on Wednesday about the condition of the gunman’s brain, including damage caused by an apparently self-inflicted bullet wound to his head. While the injury may compromise the overall assessment of the brain, he said, “I think for a lot of things people are speculating about, it’s still quite usable, pending viewing it.”
“It’s a tricky, tricky business,” said Dr. Jan E. Leestma, the author of the textbook “Forensic Neuropathology” and a consultant who, a decade ago, offered testimony opposing that of Dr. Vogel in a murder case. “The correlation of what might be structurally there to behavior is very difficult,” Dr. Leestma said. “Often it raises more questions than it answers.”
Dr. Leestma pointed to the case of another mass murderer, Richard Speck, who was found guilty in the killings of eight student nurses in Chicago in 1966 and later died in prison. Dr. Leestma detected a possible abnormality in the man’s hippocampus, a structure involved in memory and the brain’s emotional pathways. However, when he sent the hippocampus to a specialist for further analysis, the specimen was lost in transit, he said. “Nobody knows what happened to this guy’s brain,” he said.
Another problematic case, which Dr. Leestma wrote about in his book, also took place in 1966. Charles Whitman, a student in his mid-20s, shot 45 people from the top of a building at the University of Texas at Austin. A pathologist who performed an autopsy on Mr. Whitman said he found a mass in the back of the brain, but the doctor did not document his findings appropriately. An expert panel later reviewed the remaining brain tissue, but could not establish whether a block of tissue containing the mass — a tumor — had come from Mr. Whitman’s brain or from someone else’s. Even if the tumor was Mr. Whitman’s, the role it might have played in the violent events was never determined.
Dr. Vogel had similar views on Mr. Whitman’s widely cited case. The supposed brain tumor “was a very handy excuse for the fact that he went out and shot people,” Dr. Vogel said. “I don’t think I ever heard in my own experience of someone on a homicidal rampage because they had a brain tumor.”
Still, the brains that Las Vegas sends to Dr. Vogel for review — 129 in the past five years — are “enriched for very puzzling cases in life,” he said. “It’s like that old show ‘Six Feet Under,’ ” he said, referring to the HBO series about a family-run funeral home in which each episode began with a death.
A minority of Dr. Vogel’s cases involve a possible homicide. One concerned accusations that a mother had caused her child’s death through mistreatment leading to brain injury. Dr. Vogel’s examination found a different explanation: a serious malformation in the child’s brain that had been mischaracterized based on imaging studies. “Each one is a sad tale of life and death,” Dr. Vogel said.
In the case of the Las Vegas gunman, who was 64, there has been speculation focused on a disease process known as fronto-temporal lobar degeneration. It affects areas of the brain that are vital for “executive functions” like decision-making and social interaction. The disease often strikes in a patient’s 50s or 60s and can cause marked personality changes; it is sometimes hereditary.
“These people are notoriously prone to errors in judgment and unrestrained behavior,” Dr. Vogel said. But in Mr. Paddock’s case, “people will say in the same breath that this guy was so meticulous in planning and so forth, that that would seem unlikely.”
Still, he said that in his examination of the brain, “that would probably be the area I wouldn’t want to leave any stone unturned.”
Stanford typically has a weekly session where brains are cut and studied in a side room of the hospital morgue, with a group in attendance that includes senior doctors and trainees. But Dr. Vogel said he would probably analyze Mr. Paddock’s brain alone because of the high profile of the case. The results will be sent directly to the coroner’s office, he said, and all the materials returned.
He said he would look for signs of all the standard detectable neurological entities, including strokes, blood vessel diseases, tumors, certain types of epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, degenerative disorders, physical trauma and infections. Most psychiatric illnesses, however, are not currently discernible by this type of examination.
“I think everybody is pretty doubtful that we’re going to come up with something,” Dr. Vogel said. “The possibilities, neuropathologically, for explaining this kind of behavior are very few.”
"Analysts continue to be amazed by the many links between the CIA and Stephen Paddock—and who have documented that Paddock was a CIA arms pilot delivering thousands of weapons to a Mexican drug cartel between 2006-2011 in what is now known as " Operation Fast and Furious" — and who used in these arms deliveries his2004 Cirrus Design Corp SR20 single engine plane having the Aircraft Registration Number N5343m —and that FAA records show him owning from 2 June 2006 to February 2010 —but that is now owned by an American defense company named VOLANT —and whose motto on their website says: "Serving THE U.S. INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY AND THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE". -"
"The company making this unique lithium battery, this report details, is Ultralife Corporation, based in Newark, New York, that specializes in military communications systems for the Pentagon—and whose lead engineer for this particular communication systems development was John Beilman."
"According to a source in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department:: “The LVMPD knows the motive behind the attack, but the FBI will not allow us to release the motive because it implicates the FBI in illegal arms deals and supplying arms to ISIS terrorists within U.S. borders.The Mandalay Bay affair was likely part of a covert program to transfer weapons from the vaults of the ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agency of Homeland Security), fitted with hidden RFID tracking chips, to ISIS militants inside the USA. Stephen Paddock was an undercover FBI agent who participated in multiple illegal arms deals in the Las Vegas area in a gun-running entrapment scheme similar to Fast and Furious. Paddock thought he was engaging in another routine arms transfer, but ISIS had learned about the entrapment scheme and Paddock’s true identity. They killed him and carried out the massacre, and then fled the scene."
"From these informal sources, three salient issues have surfaced: - indisputable evidence that a squad of multiple shooters were involved rather than just a lone gunman - the relocation of one of Paddock’s airplanes between Virginia airports after an ATF agent was killed in the cover-up of Eric Holder’s Fast and Furious gun-peddling operation - the visits of Paddock and companion Marilou Danley to the UAE, Jordan and Israel while President Barack Obama was starting to turn against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
Those morsels of vital information indicate that Paddock served for a long-time as contract agent for CIA-FBI gun-running and as a possible trained assassin."
"The Mandalay Bay affair was likely part of a covert program to transfer weapons from the vaults of the ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agency of Homeland Security), fitted with hidden RFID tracking chips, to ISIS militants inside the USA. Suspecting a sting operation, the ISIS team in Las Vegas shot him, Paddock to death in his room at the Mandalay immediately before proceeding to fire at the crowd of revelers attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival on Sunday night, October 1."
Re: Paddock:Case Of The Close Shave & a Haircut pg
« Reply #119 on: Oct 28th, 2017, 11:25am »
Thank You Zetar..Rense is pretty good..did great work on MH370 It is interesting to note the Fast and Furious had an ATS agent believed to be a mafia mole..Paul Parisi..and its why he died..There were 1700 guns unaccounted for in that operation. I would nort be surprised at this juncture that it was not a sting but a sale that went bad.at worse...I'll bet not one of those weapons was chipped.at best if they were...and that's why they were left...then it seems Paddock may have been killed much earlier than believed..someone used the car..came back..left again.That was probably the buyers..everything coming from campos.and Step n Shuck..is just that. I am curious if the comm device is for an Iridium phone..as those are sat phones..v3ery expensive..and you have to step outside to use them most of time.
For those who missed it Volant the green marker..is across the street from the US NRO..Rense missed that..but then again he's not UCB