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Discussion in 'The Furball Forum' started by DonGlock26, Oct 9, 2017.
So the notion that he stopped shooting because Campos came near his room is false.
Something else caused him to stop shooting after 11min of bump fires.
Approximately 6 minutes prior to mass shooting. I heard that at about an hour ago myself..
And police didn't know he was shot until arriving at his location?
The guys on the grassy knoll shot him. They were hit men for the mob, who run Vegas, and who conspired with Castro to kill Kennedy.
White rich man guilt brought on by severe psychosis? No wonder he killed himself
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So you change an easily documented timeline one week later.
How do you explain this and keep your credibility?
Be heck of strange if security dude was shot before the mass murders, as far as messing up the timeline we thought we knew. And why'd he stop, because apparently he had been done before the cops exited the stairwell?
Maybe the second shooter killed the lone gunman before escaping?
Just speculating, but I was reading somewhere that the windows have sensors that alert someone if they are broken. Could it be he was investigating the broken windows? If so, suspect that would've been timestamped and may be how they determined the guard was shot first. I can also see how that would only turn up once they began digging through all the data.
This makes even less sense now.
Seems someone found an error and corrected. Lots of missing facts still.
Reportedly, 200 rounds fired down the hallway by the perp at the security guard...how many folks on the floor noticed? Were they all out of their rooms; holed up? Have we heard?
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Yep, they learned from Kennedy you need to leave the patsy dead at the scene.
Yeah, apparently you can dump 200 rounds down the hallway and nobody thinks to call police, including the guy who got hit.
It does raise some questions for sure. Surely would be good to an accurate timeline. Maybe even with the police called, it took more than 10 minutes to get them up to the area of the room and by the time they got there the shooting had stopped, so they did not storm in.
The news reports I heard stated the guard came to check an alarm on a door left open on the floor. That leads me to believe that was gonna be an escape route. I am speculating but doing so without emotion and in a logical manner.
Yeah I wondered that myself. It isn't too unusual. We are usually in our room by midnight when we stay out in Vegas.