Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Expert Exposes Game-Changing Detail

Ex-FBI Counter-Terror Expert 
Exposes Game-Changing Detail 
About Las Vegas Shooting

Published on Oct 4, 2017

Ex-FBI Counter-Terror Expert Exposes Game-Changing Detail About Las Vegas Shooting

Despite being labeled the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, authorities have given so little information about suspected shooter Stephen Paddock and his motive that many are growing suspicious. However, now that a former FBI Counter-Terrorism expert has come forward with a game-changing revelation, many just had their worst fear confirmed.When an individual slaughters civilians in a deadly attack, media outlets typically know everything from their political leanings to their shoe size within hours of the attack. Incredibly, days after 59 are dead and more than 500 are wounded, Americans are still left with questions about suspect Stephen Paddock, his motivation, and even basic details of the shooting.

In fact, authorities have been eerily suggesting that Paddock had virtually no political, religious, or ideological opinions as nearly every aspect of his life has seemingly vanished. Disturbingly, a former FBI agent has come forward with chilling evidence that purports not only the shooter’s motive but a rabbit trail that leads all the way to the top of the federal organization.

Former FBI Counter-Terror expert John Guandolo has broken the silence to reveal that he suspects not only that Paddock was indeed a stealth jihadist for the Islamic State but also that the FBI is covering up vital information about the terrorist nature of the shooting as they’ve done before.

In an article published on Understanding The Threat, Guandolo asserts that the FBI is wrong about their assumption that Paddock held no terrorist ties, listing 5 points that were the basis for concluding that the Las Vegas attack was a jihadist operation. He also provided instances in which the FBI monitored jihadists before they carried out terror attacks and even tried to cover up their knowledge of and involvement in such instances.

The following were the basis for that assessment:

The Islamic State has previously called for attacks on the U.S. homeland and has specifically mentioned Las Vegas, Nevada as a target.
The Islamic State issued a statement last week through one of it’s information outlets Nasher News calling for muslims to avoid places in America (and elsewhere) where “Crusaders” gather and have mentioned major events as good targets.
In recent days, jihadis have launched attacks in Europe.
The target of the attack.
The method and execution of the attack.

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