A few days have now passed since America suffered the worst mass shooting in its history. In a logical world the facts would have started to become clear at this point, but sadly that does not seem to be the case here. With only increased confusion occurring as the ever changing official narrative continues to not quite add up. Here is a breakdown of the key still unexplained aspects to the story. Including quite a few that have been seemingly ignored thus far by the authorities and mainstream press for some strange reason. 

Starting off we have this image, made up of combined leaked crime scene photos that immediately raise at least three questions.

6. Ammo Amount and Placement 

The sheer amount of unused ammunition left inside the room seems questionable. How long did our shooter really think he would be able to free fire before being stopped? Clearly based on the weaponry in the room, and his seeming efficiency with them, this was a man who knew his way around firearms. Which is why the amount of ammo seen in the picture seems perplexing, as it is clearly far more then he would ever have needed for his planned attack.

Even if he was just of the mindset that it was better to have more then he needed then not have enough, the ammunition is still problematic though, based on its position in the room. With the leaked photo’s now revealing that the killer seemingly inexplicably had his ammunition neatly stacked up on the OPPOSITE side of the column from his alleged firing position. Why would his ammo not be placed directly by the window where he was firing from, so he didn’t have to move to grab it and reload? Surely that would have made more sense.

5. The Handwritten Note Officials Won’t Talk About

Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of the leaked crime scene photos and why the Police are investigating so intensively the source of the leaks. Is that it appears to reveal the killer left a prewritten note on the table. This suicide or manifesto note, would most likely be the smoking gun in terms of his motivation behind the attack. So why aren’t investigators even mentioning it, let alone sharing it with us? Did it reveal an inconvenient truth perhaps? Here is a larger picture of the note to see for yourself. You will notice that the note was clearly intentionally placed under an item so as to not be moved accidentally, with a large pen that was most likely used to write it visible as well. It’s obvious the killer wanted people to read this note, so why haven’t we been allowed to?4. Placement of Gun Over Body

The picture above also highlights another confusing aspect of the crime scene photos, in that it depicts the killer to have somehow died with one of his guns seemingly carefully placed over his left foot. Whether he shot himself or was gunned down by another, this placement makes little sense. If he really committed suicide as per the official story, his body would have gone limp upon the deadly head shot, and his foot would have likely kicked over the gun, not delicately made its way under the weapon. This one may be possible, but when you have an increasingly series of unlikely occurrences happening all at once, it is not unreasonable to take notice of them.

3. The Unmentioned and Unexplained Chest Wound

While the official story seems to keep changing by the hour. The current line is that before police arrived on the scene, local security approached the shooters door. He then turned fire on them through the door, injuring at least one guard. Before he then seemingly stopped shooting, and committed suicide by placing a bullet into his head. Soon after the real police would enter the scene to find an already dead suspect. Why then does the victim appear to have a chest wound as well, when he supposedly shot himself in the head, and no bullets were fired at him? Warning, the image below is highly graphic.


2. No Security Camera Footage

One reason of course there are still so many questions left hanging in relation to the attack is that thus far the Mandalay Bay Hotel has not released any of their security footage related to the incident. Neither of the hallway shootout when security arrived, or even just of Mr. Paddock seemingly entering the hotel with his bags full of arms and ammo. Likely this footage is now in the hands of the authorities, and it’s actually the FBI and similar organizations not releasing the footage rather than the hotel, but the point remains the same. Why hasn’t the footage been released to the public? Is there something we aren’t meant to see in it? Surely the FBI has analyzed all the relevant footage thousands of times over by now, so what harm would its release do, at least if the official story occurred as we have all been told?

1. No Motive

While the most obvious this continues to be the big one. Especially as more facts emerge about the man in question. Why would a wealthy 64 year old man with no criminal record, history of mental illness, or belief in any extremism, religious or political based, suddenly opt to execute the worst mass shooting in the History of America? It just doesn’t add up, and the new information coming to light isn’t helping on that front either. 

This includes the recent interviews now coming out from the people that new him best, such as his brother and neighbor. Who have both expressed their confusion over the events stating that this just doesn’t seem to fit the profile of the nice quite peaceful man they knew. A man who only weeks ago was calling his mother to see if she was safe after Hurricane Irma.

It’s this lack of any clear logical or even emotional motivation for the attack that has left the mainstream media fumbling to find a plausible scenario. In the mean time though, that hasn’t stopped people online from developing their own alternative explanations for events. Including some pretty radical theories that do though have the benefit of explaining a number of the current mysteries like those above. If you are curious, a breakdown of possibly the most intriguing of these alternative takes can be found here.


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