Las Vegas: One Year Later.

J.L. Pattison
Oct 1, 2018 · 3 min read

Today marks the first anniversary since the Las Vegas tragedy that resulted in the death of 58 concert goers and injuries to over 500 others.

It was a grand-scale mass shooting that was quickly pulled from the news cycle and dropped down the memory hole before being replaced with much greater pressing news such as football players kneeling during the National Anthem.

But for those who aren’t as easily lulled to sleep or given over to distraction, many unanswered questions about this mass causality event remain a year later, including the nagging inconsistencies and contradictions in the official narrative, the changing timelines, the witnesses describing multiple shooters at the concert (see here), and the witnesses describing shooters in other casinos like the Bellagio (see here and here), Planet Hollywood (see here and here), the Aria (see here), and Caesar’s Palace (see here).

Today, on the one-year anniversary, I want to salvage one of those news stories from the abyss of the memory hole and dust it off for your consideration.

Less than a week removed from the tragedy, concert attendee Kymberely Suchomel shared her story on Facebook, including taking a courageous stand against the complicit media by proclaiming her observation that:

“There was [sic] more than one gun firing. 100% more than one.”

Kymberely Suchomel also provided her perspective as to what was happening at Hooter’s (see this corroborating video):

“The 2nd place I remember going by was Hooters . . . . We ran towards the entrance thinking we could take cover there, but as we got closer, a stampede of people ran out, terrified. We could only conclude that there was another gunman inside of that hotel.”

Four days after going public with what she experienced in Las Vegas (and five days after announcing she wanted to organize a group with other survivors) Kymberely Suchomel was found dead in her home in California.

We truly live in perilous times when the media and government regularly collude to deceive the public. A time that was candidly foretold by former CIA director William Casey:

“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

And what happened on October 1st, 2017, appears to be no exception.

So I beseech you, for the sake of those who we lost, and those who were forever changed by this tragedy, don’t let what happened that night wither and die in the recesses of the memory hole merely because the media (the fourth branch of our government) wants you to move on, look no further, and ask no more questions. I implore you, don’t let what happened in Vegas, stay in Vegas.

J.L. Pattison

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