What Happens in Vegas Stays In Vegas: Maybe Not

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By Gina Flores

Writer for NoFakeNews

There’s a famous marketing slogan that was branded especially for the Las Vegas tourism industry some years back. The slogan states, “What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas”.

Las Vegas, nicknamed “Sin City” is the gambling and entertainment capital of the United States and maybe even the entire world. It’s certainly not your average city, but it is similar to just about any other city in the United States in that it has schools, colleges, churches, parks, recreation and fitness centers, residential homes, sports franchises and lots of people living there as permanent residents. All these people have jobs and earn a living locally. A lot of Vegas residents have jobs that are in some way connected to the tourist and gaming industries.

I’ve been to Vegas on a few different occasions and admit it’s an exciting place. And just maybe because of all the glitter, sparkling lights, fancy casinos, and it’s famous reputation for being one of the most visited destinations in the world by tourists year after year, it’s often shielded by the powers that be from really negative news stories.

The Las Vegas massacre that occurred on October 1, 2017 is not the kind of story that America’s biggest adult playground wants to be connected to. It’s exactly this kind of news that can quite literally destroy businesses and scare people out of town for a very long time.

I am sitting here, pulling my hair out, trying to figure out why the authorities in charge of this investigation, the deadliest shooting event in American history, seem to be covering up key facts of the case. They seem to be hellbent on selling a false narrative that there was only one lunatic behind all the death and destruction; Stephen Paddock did it, he acted alone!

I don’t believe that scripted load of crap for one second and from the amount of videos and eyewitnesses popping up everyday telling a story that is in direct conflict with the false narrative being pedaled by the mainstream media (officialdom), neither do a lot of other intelligent people.

So why the cover up? There are probably a number of answers to that very important question. Let me write about a few of my theories:

  1. The Las Vegas tourist industry might be able to endure a scenario where a lone nutter opens fire on thousands of its tourists. It could probably sell such a concept to people and say that this guy acted alone and was just crazy. It was a freak, isolated event that will never happen again. Maybe Stephen Paddock had a brain tumor, was depressed, pissed off at the casino where he lost money, or maybe he was on antidepressant drugs? People could certainly handle that story line a lot easier than knowing this shooting stunt was a well orchestrated and coordinated terrorist attack carried out by people with sophisticated military skills and a whole lot of weapons that no ordinary citizen could ever hope to acquire.
  2. This was a mission pulled off by black ops agents and backed and funded by domestic or foreign intelligence agencies. Everything was coordinated from the inside and the people running the mission used Paddock as a patsy who was murdered prior to the attack and then made to look like the lone gunman. If this were the case, the agents could have hacked into government computer files, made it look like the shooter (Paddock) had purchased guns when in actuality he hadn’t. Paddock was most likely chosen because he was easy to frame, had the monetary assets that made it believable that he could acquire such an impressive arsenal of weapons. Let’s face it, those guns weren’t cheap and not just anybody could afford them. But a millionaire could.
  3. Paddock was involved in the shootings, but did not act alone and was killed by someone else involved who thought he was a security risk. Again, the multiple shooter scenario is not a good thing for the Las Vegas tourist industry.

Whatever the truth might turn out to be, it is doubtful, in my considered opinion, that a lone gunman was responsible for everything that transpired. It’s not logical, and the shooter’s profile just doesn’t match with someone that was capable of pulling off such a horrific crime. In addition to that, a photo of the suicide scene where Paddock’s dead body rested was intentionally leaked by the authorities. It looked staged with bullets placed around his corpse in an organized pattern. Jeff Rense (www.rense.com) did an excellent job in assessing and analyzing the photo. Click here to read his work.

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas might be the slogan, but in this situation, because of all the eyewitnesses and videos taken, the slogan may not apply. It’s beginning to look like the truth about this tragedy might be revealed to the public after all despite the mainstream media’s attempt to cconceal it.

What do you think about this story?