Boom! More Suspects Being Investigated In The Vegas Slaughter – Here’s The 411

Written by K. Walker on January 18, 2018

It’s been over three months and there are still questions surrounding the Las Vegas Massacre. Here’s what we’ve been waiting for — there is finally a NEW development…

There are additional charges being laid, but there’s a catch — the Las Vegas police are keeping quiet about it.

The bombshell news was revealed in a courtroom on January 16.

When the killer, Stephen Paddock, was identified, it raised a lot of questions on how he could have done this alone.

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Like many others, Doug questioned how Paddock’s live-in girlfriend could not have known and why she was out of the country.  It left many scratching their heads.   Watch Doug’s video that was released before Marilou Danley was interviewed by police:

Maggie McCletchie, a lawyer representing multiple media outlets argued that the release of information relating to the mass shooting on October 1, 2017, is vital for the ‘healing’ of Las Vegas residents. Nick Crosby, the lawyer representing the Las Vegas Metro police, responded that the information cannot be revealed because there are still suspects that are being investigated. Also at the hearing was Craig Island, an attorney representing the victims of the October 1 massacre.

Fox 5 Vegas reports:

“Without naming names, there are potential charges against other people, because of the ongoing investigation?”, District Court Judge Elissa Cadish asked Metro’s Lawyer Nick Crosby.

Yes there are charges being investigated,” Crosby replied. That was the biggest piece of new information revealed Tuesday. Lawyers for Metro police squared off with lawyers representing multiple media outlets over the unsealing of search warrants and evidence seized.

Metro police maintain because of possible new suspects they should not have to release anything pertaining to the obtaining of the search warrants or any evidence seized because of them.

That just raised more questions…

“Are they investigating obstruction of justice? Lies to Metro under oath from Mandalay Bay employees? Is it people who sold [Paddock] the guns or ammunition? Or did someone have knowledge of what he was going to do? Now [Metro Police] are just having us speculate more and more and more,” Craig Island, an attorney for victim’s of 1 October said.

In response to the news about possible charges, the judge asked Metro’s lawyer Nick Crosby how long it might take for those to come to fruition, to which Crosby responded, maybe 60 days.

“Today is the first time we’ve heard there are additional suspects out there, this contradicts what they have been saying, [Sheriff] Lombardo has said there are no other suspects,” Maggie McCletchie, a lawyer for the media outlets said.

McCletchie argues Metro has had three months to show they are still investigating, and that there are in fact other suspects, and said enough is enough; the public has a right to know what happened.


McCletchie didn’t let up and the judge said that she’d decide whether or not the information related to search warrants would be released to the public.

Metro said they cannot discuss why they cannot release evidence because it would negatively impact their investigation and asked the judge for an on-camera or private meeting to prove their case. Judge Cadish gave them until next week, and said by the end of next week she will decide whether information related to the search warrants will be unsealed, remain sealed or if she needs to have a meeting with Metro.

Attorney Maggie McCletchie said one week is too long and said every day that goes by is another violation of the first amendment.

The public has a dire need to know what happened on 1 October,” McCletchie said.

Source:  Fox 5 Vegas

The Las Vegas Review-Journal has chronicled how extensive the investigation has been:

  • 400 specialists brought in
  • 1500 leads followed locally, 500 worldwide
  • 40 terabytes of data collected
  • 22,000 hours of video collected
  • 250,000 images collected
  • 14 days to comb through the 15-acre festival site
  • 13 days to collect evidence inside Mandalay Bay
  • 12 federal search warrants filed
  • 500 grand jury subpoenas issued

But wait!  There’s one more tidbit that you should know…

Remember Marilou Danley, Paddock’s girlfriend that Doug mentioned in his vid?

Well, Newsweek ran this article on Sunday, January 14, that was seemingly ignored by the Media (D).

Here’s the headline:


The girlfriend of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock had her fingerprints on the ammunition he used in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history — something she had warned investigators about in advance when they started looking into the massacre, new documents reveal.

More than 300 pages of search warrants and affidavits unsealed in the case Friday shed new light on the meticulous planning Paddock put into the October 2017 slaughter, and raise new questions about the role his girlfriend Marilou Danley had in his life leading up to the rampage.

Authorities have said Paddock, 64, acted alone and that Danley, who was visiting family in The Philippines at the time of the shooting, had no involvement.

What?  Doug — like so many others — could be right about Paddock’s Yoko Ono?

The documents reveal Danley told investigators they would likely find her fingerprints on Paddock’s ammo once they looked into it  — which turned out to be true. She also said she sometimes helped with loading the magazines for some of his weapons. It was not clear from the documents why exactly Danley was handling the weapons or if she did anything else with them.

Danley had been identified early in the investigation as “the most likely person who aided or abetted Stephen Paddock based on her informing law enforcement that her fingerprints would likely be found on the ammunition used during the attack,” according to an affidavit. But there was no indication that she in fact helped Paddock’s plan in any way. She is not suspected of any crime and faces no charges. 

Source:  Newsweek

Well, if she’s not being charged, who is?

And why so mum about it?

It’s been 3 months and we still don’t even have a motive.

It’s not just for the healing of Las Vegas that this info needs to be released — America wants to know why the hell this happened and who exactly helped Paddock.

We need justice.

What Jim Acosta, Rachel Maddow and the Rest of The Media (D) STILL haven’t figured out yet is why we call them ‘Fake News’.

Let’s spell it out for them. In a shirt.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, occasional Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll


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