Information on the Las Vegas Massacre has been slim to non-existent. Here’s something that you’re not going to catch on CNN.
That’s because CNN isn’t the ‘Most Trusted Name In News’, they’re ‘Very Fake News’.
Speaking of ‘fake news’, let’s take a gander at the investigation into the Las Vegas Massacre.
It seems that investigators are still baffled by Stephen Paddock.
Join the club.
So are we.
The plodding investigation that is yielding little to no information isn’t helping.
There’s just so much wrong with this investigation. Check out what Doug thinks:
But now, investigators are finally releasing a bit of information.
They’ve combed Stephen Paddock’s internet searches and found that he was searching ‘SWAT team tactics’ for breaching rooms in the event of a standoff.
Investigators searching through the gunman’s internet searches found he looked up SWAT team tactics for breaching rooms in standoff situations, a law enforcement source told the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.
Paddock was clearly prepared for police when they approached his room – he had three cameras focused on the hallway to alert him when they were outside.
But wait! There’s more.
It was also revealed on Wednesday that investigators have yet to find Paddock’s computer hard drive.
When they stormed his hotel room, they recovered a laptop, but the hard drive – which keeps almost all of the information on a computer – was missing. That has left investigators struggling to find a motive.
Where did the hard drive go?
Did Paddock dispose of it before he began the rampage?
Was there an accomplice that removed that crucial bit of evidence?
Even when this investigation reveals a little information, it is leaving us with just more questions.
It’s unusual for a mass murderer to hide his motive. There’s usually a note or a manifesto.
Though it’s not completely unheard of.
In 2012, Adam Lanza attempted to destroy his hard drive with the ‘Hillary Method’ — a hammer and a screwdriver — before the Sandy Hook massacre. FBI Investigators were still able to retrieve documents from the damaged drive, including articles advocating for ‘pedophile rights’.
In addition to Lanza, investigators never found the cellphone or hard drive of Cho Seung Hui, the Virginia Tech gunman. Investigators hit the same snag in 2008 when looking into Steven Kazmierczak, the Northern Illinois University shooter.
And we still don’t know much about Paddock.
Several people have said that he’s been ‘smelling of alcohol’ lately.
And we know that he was on a high dose of anti-anxiety medication, Valium, which could have side effects that include suicidal thoughts and fearlessness, which is can be amplified with alcohol use.
Despite making money as a gambler, and depositing large sums of money, and buying a massive number of firearms, Paddock weirdly wasn’t even on the radar.
And if you do a little digging, you’ll find out that some of Paddock’s family members have criminal backgrounds.
Paddock’s family has a criminal history as well. His father, Benjamin Hoskins Paddock was a notorious bank robber who was on the FBI’s Most Wanted list for nearly a decade.
And on Wednesday, Paddock’s younger brother Bruce, about 58, was arrested in North Hollywood, California for child pornography.
Source: Daily Mail
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