Chicago Hotel Manager Reveals Encounter With “Aggressive” Stephen Paddock

With each passing day, the media is learning more and more about the strange past of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock. The manager of the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago had a testy phone conversation with Paddock, who demanded he be booked in a suite overlooking the Lollapalooza music festival. 

TMZ reports:

Stephen Paddock got a guaranteed room with a view that overlooked the Lollapalooza festival because he was aggressive and demanding with the hotel manager … TMZ has learned.

TMZ broke the story … Paddock booked 2 rooms at the Blackstone Hotel for early August that coincided with the music festival. He booked the rooms through Expedia, and requested rooms with a view of Grant Park, but he couldn’t get a guarantee.

As we reported, Paddock then called the hotel and someone entered a note in the computer that his view room was guaranteed … despite the fact that’s against hotel policy.

Now we’ve learned how Paddock got the guarantee. He got a manager on the phone and was aggressive, saying he needed the view because he and his wife met at Lollapalooza years back and this was an anniversary trip. Our sources say Paddock was “forceful” on the phone, and it worked.

In yet another bizarre twist in the Las Vegas shooting saga, a charger that does not match with Stephen Paddock’s cellphones was found in his Mandalay Bay hotel suite.

NBC News reports:

Investigators are trying to nail down whether anyone else was in the hotel suite reserved by the Las Vegas gunman during the time he was registered there, multiple senior law enforcement officials briefed on the investigation into the shooting told NBC News.

The investigators are puzzled by two discoveries: First, a charger was found that does not match any of the cell phones that belonged to Stephen Paddock, the man who killed himself inside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino after sending a barrage of bullets down on a crowd of 22,000 people below.

And second, garage records show that during a period when Paddock’s car left the hotel garage, one of his key cards was used to get into his room.

Leaked valet entries show gunman Stephen Paddock checked into the Mandalay Bay before September 28th, the date given by U.S. authorities. Reporter Laura Loomer tweeted exclusive photos from the valet on Friday. 5Etfw&ref_url=http% 3A% 2F% 2F2017% 2F10% 2Fmystery-investigators-discover-charger-incompatible-vegas-gunmans-cellphones-hotel-suite% 2F 5Etfw&ref_url=http% 3A% 2F% 2F2017% 2F10% 2Fmystery-investigators-discover-charger-incompatible-vegas-gunmans-cellphones-hotel-suite% 2F

Infowars reports:

Valet entries from Mandalay Bay prove that gunman Stephen Paddock checked in on September 25th, three days before the official date given by authorities for when he checked in, September 28.

Reporter Laura Loomer obtained an image from inside the Mandalay Bay valet center which shows Paddock’s car was first logged on September 25. Below the computer display a hand written note is also visible that states “Stephen Paddock 9/25-10/2.”

According to Loomer’s source, the note was written by an FBI agent when he asked valet staff to provide details of all in-out times for Paddock’s vehicle.

According to Loomer, the picture “proves (the) FBI misled public about #StephenPaddock’s check in date.”



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