Breaking Report: Leaked Hotel Docs Expose FBI’s Been Lying to the Public

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Shortly after the shooting ended and investigation began into the horrific mass shooting at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, law enforcement officials stated that the killer had checked into the hotel on Sept. 28, according to Fox News.

However, there remain a number of unanswered questions and the official narrative put forward by the likes of the FBI and mainstream media is shaky at best and full of holes, which has prompted alternative media outlets and independent citizen journalists to conduct their own investigations.

One such independent investigative journalist is Laura Loomer, who used to be an undercover operative for Project Veritas. She recently claimed to have come across evidence suggesting the shooter had actually checked into the hotel several days prior to Sept. 28.

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Loomer posted, “EXCLUSIVE PICS: LV Shooter’s car; @FBI note inside @MandalayBay valet center proves FBI misled public about #StephenPaddock’s check in date.”

While the computer screen of the valet parking center is difficult to read, there is a hand-written note in front of the keyboard that featured the killer’s name and the dates “9/25 – 10/2,” which would have the killer arriving at the hotel three days prior to the date asserted by law enforcement.

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In addition to that, Loomer also implied the FBI had either lied or made a mistake in initially informing the public regarding the license plate number of the suspect’s vehicle. They were reportedly off by one number, reporting a “79D” and “19D” — which was ultimately found to be in the parking garage of the hotel.

To be sure, these could easily have been honest mistakes made by frantic agents working furiously to identify the shooter and determine if he was a lone actor or part of a larger, perhaps still on-going plot.

It doesn’t appear that these mistakes were corrected either, at least not publicly, which only raises more questions about what other information that has been provided by law enforcement that could be mistaken or just plain wrong.

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Obviously, these pictures are not definitive proof of much of anything, but are at least worth taking note of and comparing to other tidbits of information and inconsistencies in the shifting narrative that have been either leaked out or dug up independently.

Please share this on Facebook and Twitter to let everyone know about the possible disparities a journalist found between the killer’s check-in date and what the public was told by the FBI and media.