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The primary shooter was a Corsican hitman Lucien Sarti who shot JFK in the head from the grass knoll and he used a hollow point bullet and it blew JFK’s head apart. This is why the brain had to be lost. But Sarti was only one of 3 hit teams in Dealey Plaza, all consisting of foreign contract killers, who were connected to the Trafficante crime family, who were also deeply connected to the CIA, who in turn served the globalists.

There are witnesses, on tape, that confirm every preceding sentence. The hit was ordered by David Rockefeller.

After JFK’s death, everything changed (eg. nuclear arms race increased, the Vietnam War began in earnest, the Oil Depletion Allowance tax deduction was fully reinstated, JFK’s C-Notes were taken out of circulation and the NWO marched on and Rockefeller became even wealthier).

Why bring up the parallels to JFK when discussing this last false flag? I am already seeing a pattern where America is again stuck on the forensic evidence. I know the event is only moving into the 4th day at this point, but the “gaps” in the official narrative are there for all to see, at least those who have eyes that want to see.

Like many other black stains on our history:
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jim jones jonestown massacre
indian massacres in america
sand creek massacre
school shootings
port arthur massacre

The Las Vegas shooting will be among them.

Let’s look at the forensic evidence….

We are asked to believe the unbelievable. That this man, from the local town of Mesquite, had adjoining hotel rooms on the 32nd floor and over a period of several consecutive days, he stockpiled ammunition and at the latest count over 30 guns.

How did he conceal the guns from hotel security and most importantly from the maids who should have been servicing his rooms?

Would it be enough to “just put the do not disturb sign on the door?” That might work for one or two days, but several days? After several days wouldn’t the maids say something to their supervisor that the man in the two adjoining rooms is refusing maid service. Shouldn’t that have triggered hotel security?

And if the maids were in the rooms, where would the guns and ammunition been hidden? Remember, this is Vegas where security is trained to recognize and respond to threats because of the high stakes nature of the business.

We are asked to believe that an “out of shape and portly” 64-year-old man managed to expertly lay down highly effective automatic weapons fire, which ended the lives of 59 people and wounding nearly 600 innocent victims?

Meanwhile the accused assassin fired off thousands of .223 rounds. these rounds were fired from 400 yards away and as a result would have been outside their effective range. In addition, no shell-casings were “magically” cooled before they hit the carpet in the kill zone. Because if they were not cooled, they would have burned holes in the carpet.

“This was accomplished, we’re told, by one man firing 10 rifles… wait, no, 27 rifles all by himself, without any military training whatsoever. This same man set up a James Bond spy camera in the hotel hallway to monitor police in an attempt to defend himself against the inevitable police assault, then he just changed his mind and shot himself the moment the cops showed up… all for no apparent reason.”

The media has NOT successfully answered the question of how the assassin moved the massive amounts of rifles and cumbersome and weighty ammunition boxes past hotel security.

This wasn’t just a hotel. This was a Vegas hotel in where the security is “armed to the teeth and trained” to see these kinds of events. Why?

Because they have their gaming operations to defend.

The fact that this much killing material was smuggled unnoticed past trained security is NOT believable.

Adding fuel to the fire is the idea that this man installed NSA style security cameras in the hall to get ready for the police assault and then he turns the event into a suicide mission? This isn’t believable either…

Several military people have said, the type of gun that was used in the killing, from listening to the tape, over half of the “experts” identified the gun they heard as a MG 60 with belt.

This gun is very heavy and requires a belt. Only a very strong person could use this gun, shooting with one arm, while feeding the belt into the gun with the other arm…

And we’re asked to believe that this portly 64-year-old man accomplished this feat and fired the gun with incredible accuracy?

All of these massive casualties couldn’t be caused by .223 rounds that we are being told the assassin used, according to the official narrative.

Most likely, they were actually heavier rounds fired from something like a belt-fed MG 60.

Regardless of the gun, where are the shell-casings and their after effects?

A couple sources have said, “that in the unlikely event that .223 rounds were used, a target would have been struck every 2.3 seconds given the length of the event…

All of this from a man with no military training who was also an overweight senior citizen.

Congressman Trey Gowdy was interviewed on Fox News and he expressed his lack of belief in the official narrative quite clearly. Gowdy said, “he did not see anyway that an event of this precise planning could be carried out by one person.” And I would add to that Gowdy said, one person with no military training.”

Scott Bennett posted a video on YouTube that was taken down by Google, which showed muzzle flashes on, or near the 4th floor, and as the “timing problem” would indicate, multiple shooters would be needed to have carried out this crime.

coincidence is? The dictionary defines it as “a striking occurrence of two or more events at one time apparently by mere chance.”

How about the owner of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren, Endorsing Hillary Clinton after being a lifelong Republican? He Disses Trump.

The target? Thousands of country music lovers, usually known to have right wing values and many are strong Trump supporters.

This Massacre In Las Vegas and the Surrounding Facts Don’t Add Up!

Think About It, Think About It 14 Comments [12/4/2017 10:58:03 PM]
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RedSoda

Wait, the TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, a fucking MOVIE, is one of the worst atrocities in history to happen in America's history. Bruh.

12/4/2017 11:14:04 PM

nomad88

Unjustice for the sawyers. Remember the lose and killings they caused.

12/4/2017 11:51:25 PM

The Angry Dybbuk

It's not surprising cleaning staff would fail to notice the LV shooter's collection. Some people rent by the week or by the month. Those types might ask for cleaning services once a week, or they might simply ask for linens and towels to be left at the door. Even in a small hotel, it's unlikely anyone would notice.

As for his choice of weapon...the MG 60 is heavy - about 10 kg - and it's gas-powered.

A person in good shape can fire it while standing; the weapon is so heavy some of the recoil is simply pulled away by the heft - but usually it's mounted on a firing platform and there's more than one guy. One fires. Another handles the belt.

It could definitely do the kind of damage the LV shooter did. If there's a conspiracy here, though, involving the weapon itself, it's more likely to include people who believe the Second Amendment means any idiot can buy a heavy machine gun – never mind that a single older man could mow down hundreds of concert-goers with it.

I’ve never watched footage of the attack so I can't say much about whether he really was all that accurate or it was just a hugely target-rich environment. If the firing was continuous for more than about ten seconds, though...well, those weapons get really hot.

And a person merely standing could, if the conditions are right, fire a .223 450 meters. The LV shooter had a height advantage as well. .223s are light and fast. Weapons that fire them don't need the power or fuel that would make an MG 60 hot enough to damage the barrel after *shrug* 20 seconds?

12/5/2017 12:49:28 AM

Malingspann

What world does Think About It live in? Certainly not ours.

12/5/2017 3:51:39 AM



I thought about it and you're wrong about everything

12/5/2017 5:30:25 AM

Anon-e-moose

texas chainsaw massacre


...and the "Saw" films are documentaries, amirite?!

Something doesn't add up.

12/5/2017 7:30:54 AM

Kanna

You do not have any evidence that the experts have not already seen. You have statements you read on line, and you have no way to verify any of those statements yourself. Get another hobby.

12/5/2017 7:36:52 AM

SpukiKitty

He's tossing horror films into this....

12/5/2017 7:47:03 AM

AnnaB

Shouldn't this be on CTSTDT?

12/5/2017 1:33:00 PM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

@RedSoda:
You mean the historical documents?

12/5/2017 1:50:39 PM



“Texas chainsaw massacre”

Let’s also not forget those poor people killed on Halloween in Haddonfield, Illinois, and those unfortunate kids that died in their sleep under bizarre circumstances in Springwood, Ohio.

12/5/2017 2:29:49 PM

Kanna

And the Bowling Green massacre?

12/5/2017 7:04:37 PM

HotaruSobotka

You know people will laugh at your absurdity when you call "texas chainsaw massacre"-A FILM- "part of history". Unless you think it sucked as a horror film. (Never seen it)

12/5/2017 7:06:17 PM

agentCDE

Holy fuck, you know nothing about guns.

12/6/2017 4:49:50 PM

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