Brian Lloyd joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the shootings in Las Vegas, one year later. Lloyd had previously appeared on episode 024, weeks after the shootings, and meticulously discussed the facts as we knew them then, as well as the anomalies at other hotels up and down Las Vegas Boulevard (aka The Strip). Tonight, one year after the mass murders, he joins the Midnight Writer News Show to again discuss what we currently know, especially now that Las Vegas Metro has ended their investigation and has issued their final report. Why was the timeline changed three times? What do we now know about Stephen Paddock? Why did witness Jesus Campos leave the country? What about those reports from other hotels – were they legitimate? Is there anything to the Saudi royal angle? Lloyd answers all of this and much more.
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John Barbour says
A much needed thoroughly researched articulate presentation from Brian. Kudos.
Brian Lloyd says
Thanks John! I forgot to mention that in January, 2018, around the time the LVMPD released its Preliminary report, Tucker Carlson has Rep. Scott Perry (R-FL) as a guest who stated he had credible info that ISIS was behind the event. He repeated the claims that ISIS warned of the attack 2x in the summer of 2017 and took credit 4x thereafter. We haven’t heard about ISIS since. More foreknowledge and more evidence of a bigger story than a lone gunman!!
LISA HARDY says
Well since we know that the US Government is backing ISIS then that would be possible. However, I don’t believe this was anything but another attempt at pushing the citizenry of the US to ask for gun control. It is as obvious as the nose on your face. Sounds crazy but it is a crazy world.
Jonathan G. Tidd says
When an AR-15 bullet exits the rifle barrel, its speed is 3,000 feet per second. That’s a tremendous muzzle velocity for a rifle.
The bullet is over-stabilized. It’s designed to tumble and do terrible damage upon hitting its target.
if an AR-15 bullet struck Campos in the calf, the calf would have been largely blown apart.
Campos was NOT hit by an AR-15 bullet.
An AR-15 is the semi-auto civilian version of the fully auto M-16 carried by GIs in Viet Nam.