Las Vegas Nevada’s casinos are monitored at every inch and every corner 24/7, and they make sure to do their checks on every employee working.
You can not be an employee, dealer, security guard, or even a maintenance worker without a background check. But Jesus Campos, the security guard that was approached and shot by Paddock just minutes before the massacre, was not ever registered as a security guard in Las Vegas.
The pieces that the FBI and law enforcement are giving us are just not adding up. The timeline has been significantly changing about their information on the shooting and the people involved.
Even the press conference was ridiculous and the people were asking ridiculous questions.
Something is being hidden and one independent investigative journalist, Laura Loomer, has decided to pay a visit to Jesus Campos house to find out some answers.
Reported by 100percentfedup:
Earlier this week it was reported that Campos was shot before the shooter started firing on the crowd below at the music festival in Las Vegas. Before this revelation, we were told that the security guard, Jesus Campos, stopped the killer from murdering more people when he approached the killer’s room in Vegas. –GP
A worker at the Mandalay Bay hotel said Wednesday that he warned staff at the complex to report an active shooter before gunman Stephen Paddock launched his massacre on crowds at a music festival below the venue.
The revelation has added to doubts about the initial timeline given by authorities about what happened Oct. 1. They had said the assault began with Paddock opening fire on concertgoers at the Route 91 Festival.
But the new account alleges that an unarmed guard Jesus Campos—who was initially believed to have approached and been shot by Paddock during his massacre—was shot before the assault, with that gunshot heard by a maintenance worker.
“As soon as I started to go to a door to my left the rounds started coming down the hallway,” Stephen Schuck said. “I could feel them pass right behind my head.
“It was kind of relentless so I called over the radio what was going on,” he said. “As soon as the shooting stopped we made our way down the hallway and took cover again and then the shooting started again.”
It has added to questions about the police response to the shooting, with delayed communication possibly extending the time that Paddock had to fire upon civilians from his sniper’s nest on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay, where he had an arsenal of 23 guns, scopes and surveillance cameras.
But whether the authorities could have arrived to stop Paddock opening fire on the crowds is unlikely, given the short time between the shooting of Campos and Paddock’s subsequent hail of fire that included more than 1,000 bullets. – Yahoo
Now we find out that the security guard is not even a registered security guard in Nevada…
Independent investigative journalist Laura Loomer paid a visit to the home of the “hero” Mandalay Bay Casino and Resort “security guard” who was allegedly shot by the Las Vegas shooter Steven Paddock. Loomer can be seen having a conversation with a paid security guard who refused to say who was paying him to stand in front of Campos’ home. Who is this guy and why is he there?
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) October 12, 2017
Gateway Pundit – Every security guard in the state of Nevada has to register as an armed or unarmed guard with the state’s Private Investigator’s Licensing Board (PILB). This entity’s records are publicly searchable at: nevadapilb.glsuite.us.
There’s no Jesus Campos licensed with the PILB. Here’s a close up look at the NV PI Licensing Board:
The document above was released by pol News Infinity who has done some amazing investigative work on a number of cases. These documents were posted on Reddit:
Jesus Campos, security guard from the Las Vegas shooting, isn’t registered in Nevada – could have a different name.
What is the FBI hiding? pic.twitter.com/iPliMZ4gaA
— /pol/ News Infinity (@polNewsInfinity) October 11, 2017