Mandalay Bay Eyewitness in Next Hotel Room: Multiple People Dead and Multiple Shooters


Day by day, the narrative of a “lone wolf” shooter seems questionable.  At times, it seems downright false.

Firstly, it’s odd to think that one man was able to cart 23 rifles up to a sky-high hotel room.  No security footage has been released of how he pulled this off.  Now, the guest in the hotel room next to the shooter has raised even more questions.

An Australian man staying next to Paddock swears that there was more than one shooter.  His name is Brian Hodge, and he spoke to Australia’s Courier-Mail about his experience:

There were multiple people dead and multiple shooters. I was just hiding waiting for police to come get us. I got outside safely and was hiding in bushes.

Another woman named Wendy Miller echoes the sentiment.  While getting drinks at the bar in Mandalay Bay, she and her husband saw a suspect run past.

The man that they [security] were chasing was wearing a security jacket like them.

The link to the full article can be found here.

While these witnesses are recounting their experiences to the media overseas, our domestic media remains silent.  YouTube has repeatedly removed content that might prove there was a shooter on the fourth floor.  As you can see, they cite “harassment and bullying” for the removal.


Here is one clip that survives.  It implies a shooter was also firing from the fourth floor.  Since YouTube is removing these rapidly, I suggest you watch the clip as soon as possible.

Many are claiming it’s just a strobe light or a reflection.  I’ll allow you to come up with your own conclusions.

Either way, there are dozens of people that had their lives cut tragically short.  I hope for their sake, the government is not trying to hide any details of the case.  Or, that they are exploiting the victims to push their agenda.


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