Guess who worked for G4S Secure Solutions, one of the world’s largest security firms and a government contractor for the Department of Homeland Security?

- Jesus Campos, the secretive security guard who was on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Hotel at the time of the Las Vegas shootings
 — Omar Mateen, the gay Muslim gunman who killed 49 people last year at Orlando Pulse nightclub
 — James Wesley Howell, who was headed to a gay pride event in California on the same day as the Orlando massacre when he was arrested by police after they found a loaded assault rifle and chemicals mixed and ready to explode in his car. 
 — Kevin James Loibl, who killed Orlando singer Christine Grimme, on the Friday night before the Omar Mateen slaughter.
 — The San Bernadino shooters Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik as well as Enrique Marquez, their close friend who purchased the two assault rifles used in the shooting
 — Alpha Mohamed Jalloh, the FBI informant and prime suspect in the murder of Seth Rich.

G4S (aka Wackenhut) also runs the security for all the airports involved in 9/11, 90% of U.S. nuclear facilities, NASA, Area 51, the private prison complex, and has been tasked with the transportation and release of illegal immigrants inside the interior of the United States.

G4S/Wackenhut also specialize in crisis acting and active shooter drills and they were running a “mandatory active shooter training” in Las Vegas on the same day as the shootings.


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G4S/Wackenhut. A big private company — one with a board of former CIA, FBI and Pentagon officials; one in charge of protecting Nuclear-Weapons facilities, nuclear reactors, the Alaskan oil pipeline and more than a dozen American embassies abroad; one with long-standing ties to a radical ring-wing organization; one with 30,000 men and women under arms — secretly helped IRAQ in its effort to obtain sophisticated weapons?
 And fueled unrest in Venezuela?
 This is all the plot of a new best-selling thriller, right? Or the ravings of some overheated conspiracy buff, right?