We all know the “official” story of the Las Vegas Shooting that occurred on 10/1/17. Stephen Paddock managed to kill 58 people and injure over 500 more, with simple AR-15 rifles from room 32-135 of the Mandalay Bay.
Paddock managed to pull off many accurate head shots at sniper distances with AR-15s fitted with bump stocks and managed to accurately hit running targets over a quarter mile away. That’s some of the “official” story.
More of the “official” story is that officers breached Paddock’s room, found Paddock dead from suicide, ammo, weapons, expended casings all over the place, and two broken windows. What if I told you, that there were never any broken windows in 32-135 of the Mandalay Bay until after officers breached that room?
Thanks to Shepard Ambellas of Intellihub and John Cullen of Youtube’s John E. Hoover channel, we now know this as fact. Click here to read Shepard Ambellas Intellihub report on this.
John Cullen of John E. Hoover on YouTube elaborates on Ambellas report, and breaks down the body camera footage, as well as the dialogue spoken by officers in that footage. He points out the complete miss by several mainstream news outlets. Check it out here:
“Standby, we’ve got curtains open on a window that’s not broken.” “It’s not! It’s not! It’s not! Corey, it’s not. No, it’s not.”- SWAT officers' own words after breaching Paddock’s room.
Why isn’t this being reported by any mainstream news outlets. Isn’t this fabricating evidence? Why did the news outlets that reported on the body camera footage skip over that dialogue? Did they just miss it? Did their production team not take the time to actually listen to the whole thing? Were they instructed to not report it by some higher power?
This information seems to be being ignored, a lot of evidence against the official story is actually. Why is this, what's going on here? If the ignorance is not intentional, then are these news outlets just that incompetent?
Intellihub has been on top of their game when it comes to the Las Vegas Shooting investigation. It's true investigative journalism. John Cullen of John E. Hoover on YouTube has also been a big component in investigating the Las Vegas Shooting. Many others have been involved too, and it's us doing true investigative work that'll make a difference in this investigation, and hopefully, journalism will return to it's honest hard working roots.
So ask yourself, did the LVPD and FBI falsify evidence after they realized they had not located the main shooter(s)? If they did, it's both a federal and Nevada state crime.
Put yourselves in those SWAT officers shoes. You get the call that the shooter is in room 32-135, it seems to be confirmed, then *BOOM* door is breached and you find your suspect dead on the ground with weapons and ammo everywhere. Initially those SWAT officers knew for a fact they had their guy, until they started looking around, and then went to the windows.
Two SWAT officers, on body cam footage, confirm there are no broken windows. Once that confirmation is relayed over police radio, there is silence in the room and a look of defeat on an officer's face. At that moment those officers knew Paddock wasn't the main shooter(s), and they wasted all that time zeroing in on Paddock, while the main shooter(s) fled the area, or so we know.
Keep searching and keep asking questions. Take a look at a previous Pulsar report on Las Vegas Shooting witness statements that seem to have been ignored.
June 12, 2018 has already been etched into the everlasting book of history. It was the first ever face to face meeting between sitting leaders of the United States and North Korea.
The meeting started at a little after 9:00AM, Singapore time, and lasted well into the afternoon. The summit consisted of two main meetings. One meeting was about 45 minutes long and just between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. The second was a bilateral meeting between President Trump, Kim Jong Un, and a few government officials from the US and North Korea.
At the end of it all, President Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a "Declaration of Friendship". Within that Declaration of Friendship there were certain agreements, which you may read here:
The signing of the agreement can be watched here per whitehouse.gov:
SO WHY IS THIS A WIN FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP?
Let's pick at the low hanging fruit real quick, President Trump is the first ever sitting US president to have an in person meeting with a sitting dictator of North Korea. That right there gives President Trump points.
President Trump also clearly dominated the room. It was clear he was asserting himself as the alpha towards Kim Jong Un, and that he was coming into the summit from a position of strength. You could tell by the way President Trump talked and how he'd pat Kim on the back or slightly grab his arm from time to time. I don't think Kim was expecting that to be honest.
Now as for the agreement they signed. There isn't that much meat to it, but it is strategic in how the US laid it out. The US has simple demands here: denuclearization, POW/MIA recovery from the Korean War, peace between US and North Korea, and peace on the Korean Peninsula as a whole.
In the meantime, the US is going to suspend all war games and military drills on the Korean Peninsula. See, that's how deals go. You ask for something, but give something, in this case the US gave something very little, but very significant. North Korea wanted those drills to end to begin with.
Like any deal goes, if one end doesn't hold up their end of the bargain then there will be no deal. If North Korea doesn't commit to denuclearization or peace, then the US can very easily restart the war games and military drills and walk away from the table.
President Trump himself said there will need to be multiple meetings and many years to achieve the goals laid out. Denuclearization takes a while, but you need to start somewhere. Peace can start right away, but will need to be smoothed out over many talks and years as well.
The end game is capitalism, and eventually democracy in North Korea, that will take over a decade to achieve, but again, you need to start somewhere. President Trump showed Kim Jong Un a video of shots from around the USA, as well as what North Korea could potentially be like if they embrace western culture. South Korea did just that, and look where they are today.
If that end game is achieved, then there should no longer be a human rights crisis in North Korea. The citizens there will have a chance to live a long, healthy, and decent life. No more generation prisons or executions for watching western films, along with many other things.
Kim Jong Un knows all of this, he knows he has the weaker hand to play with, and he knows he has to play the game. He knows the world knows what his people are going through. If Kim starts shooting missiles off again, or continues to build nuclear weapons, it'll end badly for him and North Korea in general.
The US still has sanctions on North Korea, and Trump again put it out there for Kim, that if they honor their agreements, those sanctions can be lifted. That could open up to lifting the trade embargo, and potentially lead into doing what Trump suggested; hotels and condos on North Korean beaches.
Today, The Hill cited an AFP News Agency (@AFP) tweet that Kim Jong Un accepted President Trump's invitation to the White House. Allegedly Kim Jong Un invited President Trump to Pyongyang as well.
The Trump-Kim Summit was a big W for President Trump, and a big L for those against him. If those goals are all achieved, you can rewind back to where it all started, June 12, 2018 with President Donald J. Trump.