by Lexi Morgan, Intellihub:
Intellihub’s editor-in-chief says that there is more to the story then authorities are revealing and that there may be more suspects on the loose
LAS VEGAS (INTELLIHUB) — Security guards from the private local firm “On Scene Investigations & Security” were found to be securing Mandalay Bay shooting victim Jesus Campos’s house around the clock after Campos likely caught a glimpse of an additional suspect or suspects making their escape from the 32nd-floor, according to an analysis done by Intellihub editor-in-chief Shepard Ambellas.
Ambellas believes that it’s ‘safe to say’ that there is more to the story than ‘meets the eye.’ After all, if the lone gunman Stephen Paddock is dead, what would Campos or those paying for Campos’s security have to fear.
On Thursday, investigative reporter Laura Loomer went to Campos’s residence where she asked a red shirt-wearing security guard who was assigned to Campos pointed questions. Loomer didn’t get much out of the guard but he did say that his firm specializes in “high profile protection” which would only mean one thing — that someone or some group knows that Campos saw something on the night of Oct. 1 that he that he shouldn’t have.
Wargaming the scenario, we can assume that one or several suspects may have fled Paddock’s room and may have fired a warning shot at Campos which struck him in the upper thigh wounding him before they made it into the service elevator for there escape.
Such a scenario also seems plausible as the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department recently Changed their timeline and admitted that several “single shots” were fired down the hallway at Campos before Paddock allegedly fired a purported 200 round volley down the hall. However, Ambellas says it’s ‘unlikely that 200 rounds were fired down the hall’ as pictures of the hall released by the media fail to show any significant damage in that hallway. Furthermore, it has been reported that MGM Management is disputing the new LVMPD narrative which claims that Campos was shot at 9:59 p.m., 6 minutes before Paddock purportedly started to fire fully-automatic gunfire into the crowd attending the Route 91 Music Festival. MGM Management is now saying that they believe Campos called in ‘shots fired’ while the shooting was taking place or within the 40-seconds prior.
Additionally, it is important to point out that the name “Jesus Campos” is not registered by the State of Nevada as a ‘private investigator’ as required by law. According to Ambellas, this adds an element of suspicion which suggests that either Campos never worked for MGM Management as a security guard period or that he goes by an entirely different name which is being masked by law enforcement as Campos is likely a key eyewitness to an additional suspect or several additional suspects involved in the gruesome massacre.
Although “Jesus Campos” is not listed by the State of Nevada, a man by the name of “Albert J. Campos” holds an “active” license with the number “R-012236.”
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