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117345 No. 117345 ID: 85023b

We had a family friend in that shit storm. Luckily, she got out.
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>> No. 117346 ID: 579c4e
>50 killed so far
>400+ wounded

Ammo prices skyrocket and there goes any pro second amendment legislation that was upcoming...
>> No. 117347 ID: 1989a8
  What are the chances this is an inside job?
>> No. 117348 ID: 85023b
It finally happened. NFA automatics in a mass shooting.
>> No. 117349 ID: 579c4e
Some more info, click bait-ish title but a lot of good info:http://heavy.com/news/2017/10/stephen-paddock-las-vegas-route-91-mandalay-bay-shooting-shooter-gunman-suspect-photos-motive/

>What are the chances this is an inside job?
He looks like a man who snapped and had enough money to afford some NFA item (not sure what firearm was used yet).

I wonder if it was a genuine NFA item, illegal/stolen FA, bump-fire stock or just a light trigger and he knew what he was doing.
>> No. 117350 ID: 6518e3
Not so fast. Could be bump fire or crank.
>> No. 117351 ID: 1989a8
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He even set up cameras, what the fuck? Did he use wireless ones.
>Public records do not show any criminal convictions for Paddock in Nevada. Fox News reports that Paddock “was known” to Las Vegas Police. Undersheriff McMahill told CNN that he had no major “derogatory” criminal record other than a minor traffic citation in Las Vegas. Mesquite Police told CBS News that he had no run-ins with him. They said he lived in a retirement community, called Sun City and wasn’t a military veteran.

But there is some weird shit on twitter about the guy
I think the article is still being edited right now, first it mentioned 8 firearmss, now it's 10 and ISIS claiming has been added too.

What a clusterfuck.
>> No. 117352 ID: 4cdd7e
Cameras might give shooters enough time to kill their patsy and escape.
>> No. 117353 ID: 1989a8
Yeah, the cameras are the sketchiest part.
>> No. 117354 ID: 89236d
>trump orders mass shooting to distract from his falling approval ratings, Puerto Rico response, russia investigation, etc

Yeah apparently he owned a couple airplanes so money probably wasn't a obstacle.
>> No. 117355 ID: 579c4e
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From 8chan /k/. The variable fire sounds like it could have a bump fire stock
>> No. 117356 ID: 9dc901

Yep, sounds like it.

Bump stocks ban incoming in 3, 2, 1...
>> No. 117357 ID: c76851
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Quite a distance
>> No. 117358 ID: 1989a8
Russian boards don't think it was an inside job either
>> No. 117359 ID: 13c0fc
Not for a area target.


Well they do have plenty of experience with carrying out this kind of stuff.
>> No. 117360 ID: 1989a8
>Well they do have plenty of experience with carrying out this kind of stuff.
>> No. 117361 ID: 1989a8
Meanwhile the plot thickens http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/10/vegas-shooters-father-was-on-fbi-most-wanted-list.html
>> No. 117362 ID: 579c4e
Another video http://www.operatorchan.org/z/res/2856.html
Passed upload limit so I had to throw it in /z/
>> No. 117363 ID: 278cbe
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>you can't be accused if you accuse first
>> No. 117364 ID: 3e843b
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Fuuuuuuuuuck. I was going to start building an AR next month now that prices seemed to finally start going down slightly. A nice kinda 90s era M4ish classic build with only a flat top upper as a modern bit.

Oh and sucks for the victims.

Seriously though, this sucks for everyone except massacre whores who will profit off this on both sides. Sounds like this was some rich fuck with two private planes and loads of auto weapons so sit might get hairy for class 3 weapon owners.
>> No. 117365 ID: f11f4d
  He can't keep getting way with it!
>> No. 117367 ID: 037a89
>4,000,000 Americans destroyed by a hurricane
>no big deal, barely covered in the media, president thinks national anthem at football games is more important

>50 drunk country music fans shot at "the neon sleepover"
>> No. 117368 ID: b430d1
>and there goes any pro second amendment legislation that was upcoming...
don't fool yourself, none was upcoming either way, they decided to prioritize doing favor for insurance tycoons and now they're onto tax cuts for the general tycoon population. if anything shut the door it was congressmen being shot, not this.
>> No. 117369 ID: 43bc23
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And Trump is already on the record as being pro-AWB.
>> No. 117370 ID: 1989a8
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Sucker got offed anyway, by us or by bongs, we'll probably never know.
>> No. 117371 ID: 19518e
From what I can tell, I would agree with bump-fire stock, probably AR-15 (or another similar intermediate rifle or carbine) and I suspect he had a couple beta-C mags from what I can hear/count. Maybe 80 round caskets though, hard to tell with the echo.
>> No. 117372 ID: 1989a8
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Well, even if he's white there still is the part of ISIS claiming responsibility for the attack and him being a muslim convert apparently which sounds really bullshit but not completely impossible.
Also, how many old rich white dudes have suddenly gone postal?
I'm not very familiar with US massacre history but I can't really remember any from the top of my head. A muslim sandnigger doing this would make way more sense so as funny as
attitude is it's not necessarily unreasonable or hypocritical.

Also, check this out https://twitter.com/WeWuzMetokur/status/914942213532061697
More and more weird shit is popping out.
>> No. 117373 ID: 1989a8
Intermediate? Doesn't it sound more like .308?
>> No. 117374 ID: 19518e
I know as much as you do, this is just speculation on my part. I personally doubt it's a .308 Win, as the sound from the large building could magnify the noise. It could be an RPK with a crank trigger; until we see some actual pictures or some non-news media reports on what the guns were, I doubt we'll be able to find out exactly what weapons he used.
>> No. 117375 ID: 1989a8
Watch it suddenly turn out to be legally oened machineguns despite everything we've pointing out at the opposite.
>> No. 117376 ID: 1989a8
>we've seen
I'm shitposting too quick for my hands to type.
>> No. 117377 ID: 1989a8
Lmao, see!
>> No. 117379 ID: 1d4593
>…Trump is already on the record as being…

whatever he said 10 minutes ago is meaningless, the guy changes his tune more regularly than the average dance band does
>> No. 117382 ID: 579c4e
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Alleged pics of the firearms used. One .308 and one 5.56 AR with a bumpfire stock and a 100 round Surefire mag. 1/3
>> No. 117383 ID: 579c4e
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>> No. 117384 ID: 579c4e
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>> No. 117385 ID: 6ca38e
  >mrw the gun count keeps going up and up and up.
>> No. 117386 ID: 579c4e
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Not sure on make, at least looks like a Samson Manufacturing Evolution handguard (pic related)
Looks like a Daniel Defense DD5 V1 .308
>> No. 117388 ID: 5dd85f
  It's my day off and I went to get breakfast earlier. I hear a conversation behind me as I wait.

"Why didn't a conceal carry person at the concert fire back at the shooter?"
>> No. 117390 ID: d15330
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Anyone else think this whole situation stinks at this point? I'm not ready to call in a blatant set up but the more details that come out... the less this shit adds up.

Still, it's really god damn early to decide one way or another.
>> No. 117391 ID: 3e843b
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I'll admit it does smell a bit rotten. Lets look at the facts shall we.

It happened in a state with very loose guns laws.
It was committed by a wealthy white man.
He used assault weapons, possibly NFA Class 3 ones, with extended clipazines.
His target was a country music festival which generally is attended by conservative leaning and therefore anti-gun control people.
Done at a loud concert thus raising concerns about silencers, people couldn't hear the shots as well.
His kill count was apparently just over the Pulse nightclub shooting.

I mean you don't even have to be a conspiracy kook to wonder if maybe there was more behind this then some wacko. Everything together seems awfully convenient for certain interests.

Me, I blame the Legion.
>> No. 117392 ID: 579c4e
>President Donald Trump on Tuesday hinted that he’ll be wading into the debate over new gun control measures, but he said such conversations will likely happen later.

>On his way to Puerto Rico, Trump praised the police response to the attack at a concert in Las Vegas on Sunday in which at least 59 people were killed and and more than 500 injured — the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. And he said conversations about gun control are forthcoming.

>“What happened in Las Vegas is in many ways a miracle. The police department has done such an incredible job, and we'll be talking about gun laws as time goes by,” Trump told reporters when asked whether the shooting would prompt him to take up new legislation.

>Asked about a pending bill that would loosen restrictions on purchasing gun silencers, Trump said, "We’ll talk about that later.”

>The White House on Monday sidestepped questions about gun control, with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders saying “today is not that day” for a conversation about any new gun-violence prevention measures. Democratic lawmakers, however, immediately called for new controls, and started pressuring their Republican colleagues.

More details have been emerging about the arsenal that the shooter, Stephen Paddock, had in his room as he massacred concertgoers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel. Authorities said he had at least 23 firearms in the room, and that they had retrieved an additional 19 firearms, as well as explosives and several thousand rounds of ammunition, from his home in Mesquite, Nevada. Paddock committed suicide before authorities were able to break into his room, officials said.

>Paddock’s motivation is still unclear, but Trump said Tuesday that he was clearly a troubled man.

>“He was a sick man, a demented man. A lot of problems I guess,” Trump said. “And we're looking into him very, very seriously, but we're dealing with a very sick individual.”

>> No. 117393 ID: 410aec


This article reports multiple DD rifle

Read through the article above it feels like a setup where they are hitting all the Pro-2A stuff
> pass background check (need tougher background checks)
> assault style weapon (AWB)
> bump stock (legal full auto needs to be banned)
> high cap mag
> gun show loop holes

I am just waiting for them talking about green tip armor piercing ammo he bought off the internet
>> No. 117394 ID: 1989a8
>> No. 117398 ID: 241b9d
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>> No. 117399 ID: 85023b
Somewhere, a manifesto is sitting in a congressman's shred bin, because the plain, unassuming envelope it arrived in was discarded by a lazy staffer.
>> No. 117401 ID: 579c4e
I count 16 100 round Surefire mags. Any more pics?
>> No. 117402 ID: 41d5f8
>"whatever he said 10 minutes ago is meaningless, the guy changes his tune more regularly than the average dance band does" I continue to insist as the ATF kicks in my door and shoots me 15 times in the face
>> No. 117405 ID: 3e9aae
>Paddock apparently used remote video cameras linked to a tablet in order to keep an eye out for police storming his hotel room, according to two people close to the investigation, who asked not to be identified discussing the ongoing probe.

>The idea was apparently to be able to have a security perimeter behind him while he fired down on the crowd – another indication of the planning and forethought Paddock put into the attack. Such a setup would have made it easier for Paddock to know when he was close to being captured.

>When police breached his hotel room door and stormed inside, they found him already dead, with blood spread out behind him, mixed in with the empty shell casings on the carpet. He had apparently pointed a silver, black-handled revolver into his mouth and pulled the trigger.

>Before that, police and hotel security had scoured several floors of the hotel looking for the shooter and came upon Paddock’s suite, Lombardo said. At some point, Paddock fired through the door and hit a security guard in the leg, he said, adding that the guard is expected to survive.
>> No. 117406 ID: d15330
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I wonder what that guard knows, if anything.
If he commits suicide in the coming days we'll know he saw something he wasn't supposed to.
>> No. 117408 ID: 2bf7e2
>when some highly motivated brown people murder a bunch of people it's not a conspiracy
>but when it's some broke-brain white guy murdering a bunch of people, it's a conspiracy
>> No. 117409 ID: d15330
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You're saying nothing seems odd about this?
Because i'm not saying it's a conspiracy.
I'm saying it's way fuckin' weird and I think there is far more to it than we know at this point.
>> No. 117410 ID: c776fc
The thing about conspiracies, real conspiracies and not autistic people who can't tell the difference between faces whinging about crisis actors, is that something always leaks and it's always something tangible. The plunge to war in 1914, the Steele dossier, Russia's MH-17 coverup, the Russian apartment bombings, the Mukden Incident, the secret bombing of Laos, all the CIA plots against Castro, the time when the Dutch had the CIA blow up a cargo ship so they could blame Indonesian communists, the East German AIDS hoaxes, the Lavon Affair, the Reichstag fire.

Used to be, if somebody went nuts and blew up a school or shot a bunch of longhorns from a clock tower or whatever, people went "well, they were clearly deranged" instead of acting like it was a conspiracy by the Bavarian Illuminati and the pipe fitter's union because apparently bad things never actually happen to people.

Also apparently Paddock was neighbors with the Bundy Ranch.
>> No. 117411 ID: 649f2c
"i'm pretending to be a retard for laughs" has long since morphed into the much less amusing "i'm pretending to be a retard to to forward my political agenda"
now maybe if someone could tell me how to get green text then i could make this post in a more imageboard appropriate format. embarrassing as it is to admit it after all these years, but i still have not unlocked the mystery of how to greentext. while you're ponding that and reading this post in troy mcclure's voice why don't you check these doubles as well?
>> No. 117412 ID: 1989a8
The timing and the content of the attack is too perfect. Too many weapons reported on the scene. Nothing tangible yet but the whole thing obviously reeks.
>> No. 117417 ID: 241b9d
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>Too many weapons reported on the scene.

I thought we agreed as a group that there is no such thing as too many weapons. ;)
>> No. 117419 ID: 11421b
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hahaha oh wow is that a stack of 20 high capacity magazines? gosh who would have ever guessed that the availability of high capacity magazines for "semi" automatic weapons could exacerbate the effects of a mass shooting. gosh maybe he might not have even done it at all if had to do it the old fashioned way like charles whitman did. all that trigger pulling and reloading might be a bit too much of a chore for thurston-hui cho howell the third
>> No. 117420 ID: 5dd85f
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>> No. 117421 ID: 8065f8
This. This is the image I want to hold onto in this whole shitstorm. The American spirit right fuckin here.
>> No. 117425 ID: 1989a8
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Asking to get shot and not getting shot truly embodies "In God We Trust", lmao.

Also, what could this mean?
>> No. 117426 ID: 241b9d
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what's up with the lower windows.

and a lot of the other vids showed shooting (i thought reflections at first) at lower floors, but there's too many angles...
>> No. 117428 ID: d6f304
>the rich white people are figuring out they can just directly murder poor whites instead of defunding social programs and promoting libritarianism
>> No. 117429 ID: 7e5451

>> No. 117430 ID: d7e6b8
>> No. 117431 ID: d7e6b8
>Asking to get shot and not getting shot truly embodies "In God We Trust", lmao.

Standing in the face of whatever it is and doing what the fuck you want, that is America.

Dude is drinking a beer and flipping the bird at the man trying to kill them all in sheer defiance of him being a murdering asshole or potentially because he really wanted to see that concert.

Don't piss us off or we will nuke everyone free the shit out of you.
>> No. 117432 ID: 8a18ea
>Also apparently Paddock was neighbors with the Bundy Ranch.

Turns out he knew one of Bundy's bodyguards and bought a gun from him.

Also tried to shoot some tanks of Jet-A which is lol.
>The bullets left holes, but did not penetrate the two circular white tanks, sparing the nearby Route 91 Harvest country music festival from a potentially massive explosion, the source said Wednesday.

T>he tanks are roughly 1,100 feet from the concert site, where Paddock killed 58 people and wounded almost 500.

>Within the past couple of days, construction crews repaired and painted the holes, and FBI agents inspected the tanks and took measurements of the line of fire from Mandalay Bay, the source said.

>Paddock, a 64-year-old Mesquite resident, had broken two windows in his 32nd-floor suite — one in line with the concert site and the other with a direct view of the fuel tanks, the source said. The bases of private aircraft operators are close to the tanks.
>> No. 117433 ID: 961013
What could be a more effective protest in favor of gun control than to buy a ton of apparently legal(maybe) guns and proceed to slaughter a massive crowd of people where cameras would be present?

This is like those hipsters and tumblrinas who open carry in order to alarm people and make an ironic statement against the right to do so, but intensified. Everything indicates that Paddock was intelligent and put a lot of planning into this, so why not assume he had some complex intent to cause chains of events after his death?
>> No. 117434 ID: f70908
Maybe because he was a gambler he wanted a bigger rush before killing himself. Just speculation.
>> No. 117435 ID: beac86
>muh country music holocaust
never happened
>> No. 117436 ID: 1989a8
Nah, he probably wanted to die and decided to roll for quads.
>> No. 117439 ID: 0595ef
>"NO NO GUYS TRUMP IS PRO-GUN!" i continue to insist as i sell out my country for a promise of a wall
>Trump told reporters on Thursday he'd be looking into a proposed ban on "bump stocks" in the near future.
>"We'll be looking into that in the next short period of time," Trump said, when asked about the proposed ban ahead of a dinner with military officers at the White House.


>In its statement, the NRA said, reports from Law Vegas indicate “certain devices” were used to modify the firearms involved.

>“Despite the fact that the Obama administration approved the sale of bump fire stocks on at least two occasions, the National Rifle Association is calling on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) to immediately review whether these devices comply with federal law,” the powerfully lobbying organization said in its statement.

>“The NRA believes that devices designed to allow semi-automatic rifles to function like fully-automatic rifles should be subject to additional regulations,” the org continued.

>“I own a lot of guns, and as a hunter and sportsman, I think that’s our right as Americans, but I don’t understand the use of this bump stock,” Senator John Cornyn of Texas, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, said, adding, “It seems like it’s an obvious area we ought to explore and see if it’s something Congress needs to act on.”

>Mr. Cornyn said the continuing legality of the conversion kits was “a legitimate question,” and told reporters he had asked Senator Charles E. Grassley of Iowa, the Judiciary Committee chairman, to convene a hearing on that issue and any others that arise out of the Las Vegas investigation.

>“We certainly want to learn more details on what occurred in Las Vegas,” Mr. Rubio said, “and if there are vulnerabilities in federal law that we should be addressing to prevent such attacks in the future, we would always be open to that.”
>> No. 117441 ID: 85023b
>> No. 117442 ID: 8aeb84
it seems like the story is that hotel security guard checked on the shooters suite, was greeted with a 199 bump salute and then 1%cho an hero'd not realizing he was going to have well over an hour more available for shooting or escape activity before the cowardly police finally got up the balls (and enough armor) to brave the deadly hotel room door.
>> No. 117443 ID: 77c809
Hah, yeah that basically debunks the conspiracy theories in one go.

Also the fuel tanks are right across the street from the terminal for Janet flights to Area 51 and elsewhere so that's a fun coincidence.

I'd say an hours response time was pretty quick for getting a tac team assembled, to the casino and up 30 some flights of stairs. Also he had a corner suite so if he was still active they would have needed to start knocking down walls to get out of the hallway
>> No. 117444 ID: 241b9d

LV is crawling with SWAT dude. Assembling a squad would take 15-20 minutes tops.

As far as I can gather the slow down with getting to Paddock is that SWAT first cleared the 4th floor. (you know, the floor with the suspiciously broken windows and the flashes in a lot of vids?)

As for busting through walls? You realize that ballistic shields exist, right?
Las Vegas SWAT has multiple 50BMG sniper rifles, so I'm going to assume they used some of their budget to also buy some heavy ballistic shields.
>> No. 117445 ID: 1989a8
  There's a kind of weird interview with the shooter's brother.
Some of you guys are probably coppers so what's your onion on it? Is the dude just in shock, is he lying?
>> No. 117446 ID: 1989a8
I heard they blew out the door with a charge when breaching his room. Why did they bother with that? Couldn't they open it witjh a master key and just flashbang the guy to shit? What's the protocol for that kind of stuff? Seems interesting.
>> No. 117447 ID: 241b9d

Shock value + less likely to run into a booby trap?
>> No. 117448 ID: 1989a8
Wouldn´t flashbangs work for both just as well?
>> No. 117449 ID: 821a29
flash bangs don't open doors. putting in a master key can triger an IED type trap. Detcord/detsheet explosive breaching deals with both these issues.
>> No. 117450 ID: 3e9aae
Though are those shields generally rated against rifle rounds? I recall after they raided the last people from the Paris attack the French police released a photo of their entry team's shield and it had a bunch of holes in it.

Jesus saves:
>The security guard, Jesus Campos, was released from the hospital on Thursday.

>Campos was patrolling the halls of the hotel and was responding to reports of a "door alarm," Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said.

>Once Campos got to the shooter's floor, he found the stairwells barricaded. As Campos neared the gunman's room, he was shot in the upper right thigh.

>Paddock, who was armed with a cache of firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition, had "fired through the door, striking Mr. Campos," said David Hickey, the president of the hotel's security-guard union. Police later discovered that Paddock had set up cameras in the hallway to monitor activity outside his room.

>"He notified his dispatch, which was absolutely critical to us, knowing the location, as well as advising the responding officers as they arrived," McMahill said of Campos.

>"I can tell you that this was a remarkable effort by a brave and remarkable man," McMahill continued. "I want to say today that I don't think we've done a good enough job recognizing him and his actions ... He's an absolute hero."

>Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said in a press conference on Wednesday that he saw what looked to be about 200 rounds of bullets fired through the door of Paddock's room. It was "amazing that the security guard didn't sustain additional injury," he said.

>Paddock may have stopped shooting at the crowd near the Las Vegas Strip because Campos approached his room, McMahill said.
>> No. 117451 ID: 649f2c
yeah i don't know if all that what we've heard so far i in any way accurate, but the story thats coming together seems like JESUS frightened paddock to death (which is to say that paddock was so crazy paranoid that he panicked and became an hero when he still had an easy shot at escaping or at least carrying on with the infinite ammo barrage). i bet a lot of people at countrypalooza were praying and JESUS answered OMG. i sure hope it doesn't turn out that JESUS is an illegal immigrant, I'd rather JESUS stays in vegas doing 3 shows a night, it'd be like the second coming of elvis.
>> No. 117456 ID: f9ff99
>WASHINGTON, DC – A senior U.S. general has confirmed that the military has secretly drawn up plans to round up large numbers of privately-owned firearms from American gun owners.

>Gen. James M. Scott of the U.S. Air Force confirmed that the Pentagon received a series of formal directives from the White House between November 7 and December 13 to begin plans for a massive nationwide operation to confiscate guns using a series of federal databases compiled over the last few decades.

>Scott also confirmed that a certain four-star general who heads the U.S. Transportation Command was intimately involved in the planning. General Scott would not reveal the general’s name out of concerns for his safety.

>The plan, known in the military as Operation PREAKNESS, combines a series of tactics developed for house sweeps and room clearing in Iraq and Afghanistan, which Scott admitted had been used as test-runs for the U.S.

>According to Scott, the actual planning for Operation PREAKNESS was initiated in early 2009 and developed in conjunction with the United Nations, Senator Dianne Feinstein, and several other liberal organizations such as the National Organization for Women, Planned Parenthood, Greenpeace, the American Federation of Labor, and the National Rifle Association, which is apparently a front for all the previous groups.

While there was initially some concern about the constitutionality of using the military on American soil, page 2131 of the ObamaCare Act actually amends the Posse Comitatus law to allow the military to disarm private citizens at the direction of the Secretary of Homeland Security. Objections by then-CIA Director David Petraeus were quietly silenced in November.

>A test-run for PREAKNESS was actually conducted in early December in Clinger, Pennsylvania. A joint platoon of Army Rangers and UN Peacekeepers, working with select state and local officials and using imagery collected by the Google Street View Car, quietly went door-to-door and managed to collect all the firearms from Clinger owners.

>The few owners who did complain were initially transported to Fort Leavenworth in Kansas to explain their case before a special international tribunal, before being sent to the National Center For Gun Control in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

>A follow-on operation using just the UN Peacekeepers is planned later this week for any owners missed in the previous sweep, although the Peacekeepers have confirmed they will be using a post office truck to infiltrate the area.

>> No. 117457 ID: 181cef
>National Center For Gun Control in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Just outside the realm of believability. So close though.
>> No. 117458 ID: 5268e7
Lol duffelblog
>> No. 117459 ID: 85023b
A note containing handwritten numbers for wind, trajectory, and distance was discovered by Steven Paddock's body inside the Las Vegas hotel room where he took his life last Sunday after slaughtering 58 people and injuring hundreds, officials have confirmed.

Law enforcement officials briefed on the investigation confirmed to ABC News on Sunday that the note found on Paddock's hexagon-shaped nightstand contained such numerical figures.
>> No. 117460 ID: 821a29

tangentially related because it shows where the powers that be are taking the intertubes
>> No. 117462 ID: 90573a
  >"Excuse me, officer, I need your gun to save the day"

>"Get the fuck away from me"

>"No, you don't understand, I'm a poker player that washed out of SEAL training and throws porn models off of roofs, breaking their ankles."
>> No. 117463 ID: 579c4e
Wow what an asshat
>> No. 117464 ID: 9dc901

What a moron.
>> No. 117465 ID: 85023b
What a "sheepdog"
>> No. 117466 ID: d15330
What an idiot.
>> No. 117471 ID: 5dd85f

What a crazy poker player trying to help law enforcement
>> No. 117472 ID: 5dd85f

>> No. 117473 ID: fe06c7
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>> No. 117475 ID: 3e843b
Wonder how long it will take for armchair generals to use this as evidence to show the Vegas shooting was a conspiracy because they couldn't shoot fiddy men.
>> No. 117483 ID: affa4f
>> No. 117484 ID: 1989a8
Welp, now that Jesus Campos guy has disappeared.
>> No. 117485 ID: c93f32

What the fuck is going on!?
>> No. 117487 ID: 1989a8
Some grill that reported multiple shooters in her facebook account has also died of supposed seizure recently. I've seen a screenshot of her retelling the story but I dunno if it's legit. The page has apparently been wiped and restored back to 2k16, which is while being weird in and of itself leads one to be skeptical of anything that you can see posted in her name.
>> No. 117488 ID: 1989a8
Here's the cap https://twitter.com/darkstar74/status/919529109847461888
>> No. 117490 ID: cce514
Union probably told him not to talk to anybody. And I wouldn't either, there's no fucking doubt somebody would try to sue him for not breaching the room and killing Paddock himself. Or conspiracy theorists harassing his family.

You forgot to note she was schizophrenic and had a brain tumor.
>> No. 117582 ID: 1989a8
His weird brother said the guy got rich and lived off gambling in the casinos and played at them as if it was his work. Am I the only one who finds the strange? How the fuck would he keep winning? What about the house always wins and all that crap? Am I missing something about how casinos operate?
>> No. 117583 ID: 1989a8
>*Am I the only one who finds this strange?
>> No. 117584 ID: c6474e
>> No. 117585 ID: 3e843b
Could someone really make that much off of poker? I am legitimately curious. I mean from what it sounds like he was doing so for awhile but recent bad luck wiped him out.

Like >>117582 its sounds strange though have literally no experience with any sort of gambling save once picking a friend up from the local casino or dog track thing.
>> No. 117588 ID: 07dc8d
cool character assassination off a dead girl bro
>> No. 117646 ID: 1989a8
Yeah, everyone's forgotten about the guy already. Also, his other beother was apparently arrested for possessing child porn

This shit is pretty ridiculous.
>> No. 117648 ID: cce514
That's not character assassination it's facts.

also told you he was lying low to avoid the media.
>MGM spokesman Alan Feldman and Campos’ lawyer Frank Flansburg III told the Review-Journal that Campos has been staying at the unnamed hotel for his own protection, citing intense media scrutiny.

>Both Feldman and Flansburg declined to comment Tuesday on Campos' employment status.

>'We don’t speak about individual employees in the public realm,' the MGM official told the paper.
>> No. 117654 ID: 25a68e
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