Nearly One Month Later A New Report Raises Brand-New Questions About Las Vegas Massacre

Here is a startling bit of information that was just uncovered about the Las Vegas massacre. Jesus Campos, the Mandalay Bay security guard is the closest thing that investigators have to an actual eyewitness. Mr. Campos has to have key information as to the shooting timeline and other facts.

As important as Mr. Campos is to investigating the case, how was he the be allowed to leave the country? Was he allowed to leave the country? Where did he go and what was the reason for his leaving? There are many questions that need to be answered about this new development.

As Written By Sarah Taylor for The Blaze:

Nearly a month later, the investigation into the Las Vegas massacre — the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, which claimed the lives of nearly 60 victims and injured nearly 500 people — is raising more questions than it can answer.

Fox News report Wednesday night raised even more questions — this time, all revolving around Jesus Campos, the Mandalay Bay security guard who has been lauded as a hero throughout the investigation. Campos was shot in the leg by Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock and has been celebrated for helping to bring an end to the attack.

What was in the report?

According to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, new information revealed that Campos — who inexplicably vanished minutes before giving interviews about the shooting, only to resurface days later on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” — left the U.S. just days after gunman Stephen Paddock took American lives at the Route 91 Music Harvest Festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1 and went to Mexico.

Customs and Border Patrol documents, which Fox stated were obtained through a confidential source, alleged that Campos returned to the U.S. one week after the Las Vegas attack……….



Fox report raises brand-new questions about Las Vegas shooting security guard – TheBlaze

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