Several Congress Members Briefed On Las Vegas Massacre Evidence Last Week

Some websites are following the breaking news of what’s happening with the Las Vegas massacre investigation.

ISIS claimed they were responsible, but I never believed that. I also do not believe Stephen Paddock, the man who was supposed to have bought the weapons as responsible. He was found dead in the hotel room after committing suicide.

Source: Dangerous

In an explosive turn of events, several members of Congress were briefed last week to review evidence that supports the multiple claims ISIS was behind last year’s Las Vegas massacre.

Sources within the U.S. intelligence community have confirmed that several members of Congress were briefed on key evidence from the Las Vegas Shooting last week, which further bolster’s ISIS’s claim that the terrorist organization was responsible for the attack.

The information provided to members of Congress includes a hotel receipt that suggests additional individuals who have ties to Mexico participated in the Las Vegas shooting and came in through the U.S.-Mexican border, despite the FBI’s claim that Stephen Paddock acted alone and that the shooting was not a coordinated act of terrorism.

The briefing was not disclosed publicly, but this reporter has confirmed that several U.S. congressmen are now aware of the evidence that links the Las Vegas gunmen to ISIS terrorists who may have entered through the U.S.-Mexico border.

If you listen to my radio show, I had said many times over this shooter was LONG dead when those pictures were taken inside the suite. It’s physically impossible to shoot yourself in the head, fall backward and have your leg fall perfectly underneath the stock of a rifle without knocking it over.

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