“Shots Fired”: Raw Audio Of Mandalay Bay Guard Jesus Campos Reporting Las Vegas Shooting Released

On Saturday, audio of the dispatch call made by Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos after Las Vegas Gunman Stephen Paddock began shooting, was released. “Hey, there are shots fired in 32-135,” Campos is heard saying. The numbers relayed by Campos correspond to Paddock’s hotel room, where the gunman killed 59 and injured hundreds. 

Audio source: LA Times

It’s been nearly one month since the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history took place and we still do not know the motive. The background of Campos has been under intense scrutiny. The hotel security guard cancelled various media appearances and his employer claimed he had vanished (a lie MGM would later admit to). Campos then resurfaced for a softball interview on ‘Ellen.’

Tweet source: Ellen DeGeneres 

As The Gateway Pundit’s Kristinn Taylor previously reported, Tucker Carlson dropped a bombshell report Wednesday night about the ‘hero’ security guard. Jesus Campos, according to a Customs and Border Patrol log leaked to Fox News, entered the United States at the San Ysidro crossing in San Diego County seven days after the attack. Carlson said Campos crossed the same border post in January driving his own vehicle.

Further complicating the case, we recently learned Paddock’s computer hard drive has gone missing.

New York Times reports:

Examining suspects’ computers and phones has become an essential part of criminal investigations, allowing law enforcement officials to retrace their steps, track their communications and identify their motives and possible accomplices. ABC News first reported that Mr. Paddock’s hard drive was missing from a computer on Wednesday.

By now, it’s clear Stephen Paddock was a twisted and disturbed individual — although, that doesn’t completely explain his motive behind carrying out the most deadly shooting in U.S. modern history. Researchers are now in possession of Paddock’s brain and will probe it for hidden diseases.

Will researchers crack the code, unlocking the motive behind the Las Vegas massacre? At this point, little faith can be put into law enforcement investigating the case.

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