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October 1, 2017 (9:29pm-9:33pm), Mandalay Bay Hotel: Implications of Las Vegas Shooter’s Recorded Hotel Room Door Lock Activity

Door lock interrogations of rooms 32-134 and 32-135 of the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, NV, then assigned to accused shooter Stephen Paddock, performed subsequent to the mass casualty shooting event at the Las Vegas Village, Route 91 Harvest Festival of October 1, 2017, are assessed here. Door lock event times and descriptions are presented here as provided within the LVMPD’s post event report “LVMPD Criminal Investigative Report of the 1 October Mass Casualty Shooting”.

According to the said LVMPD post event report, "No evidence exists to indicate Paddock conspired with or acted in collusion with anyone else." With a room key user possessing Paddock’s room key, apparently in the hallway outside of Paddock’s cited rooms between 9:31pm and 9:33pm (32 minutes before the shooting began) and with no apparent evidence of entry into either of these two adjoining rooms by a key user between the same 9:31pm to 9:33pm period, who opened the door to room 32-135 at 9:33pm from the inside?

Chilling Thoughts Amid Questionable Circumstances

By Cheri Roberts-Piper MTR News

A few days ago authorities found and positively identified the deadly poison Ricin in a Las Vegas hotel room. A man lies silently in a coma in some desert hospital unable to tell anyone how he became ill. He is said to have been at the hospital since Valentines Day when he called an ambulance due to respiratory distress.

With an unconscience witness/victim/homegrown terrorist the police were able to find evidence in the hotel room that is too convenient to be true. Let’s look at the timeline of the story first, because it makes no sense, but is told in the style of Rumsfeld so that it isn’t immediately apparent it makes no sense.

Authorities say that on Sat Feb 22 a friend or relative of the rooms occupant reported to the hotel that there are pets left in the sick mans room.

Las Vegas' Stardust casino imploded

Source: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/stardust_implosion;_ylt=ApuzOX.zd06v3uBmhxAjUTnBaMYA

Published: Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Las Vegas' Stardust casino imploded

By RYAN NAKASHIMA, AP Business Writer

From Stardust to just dust. The Las Vegas Strip's first mass-market casino-hotel was imploded early Tuesday in a hail of fireworks to make way for Boyd Gaming Corp.'s $4.4 billion megaresort Echelon.

Hundreds of people partied beneath tents and on makeshift patios before Boyd chairman Bill Boyd's four grandsons pushed a plunger to detonate the former Stardust casino. The blast generated a massive dust cloud that chased the revelers into cars, buses and nearby casinos.

"It hurts. We cried," said Sheila Navarro, 51, a school supplies buyer from Oxnard, Calif., who took shelter in the nearby Frontier casino-hotel. She came with three sisters, her mother, an aunt and a brother-in-law to say farewell to the casino she's gambled at for more than 30 years.

"It's very hard for me to find another casino to go to," she said. "Maybe in two years, three years, I'll have different feelings, but right now, my heart is broken."