BREAKING=> MGM Issues Correction: Shots were fired at Festival “AT SAME TIME AS, OR WITHIN 40 SECONDS AFTER” Jesus Campos Reported Being Shot

BREAKING=> MGM Issues Correction: Shots were fired at Festival “AT SAME TIME AS, OR WITHIN 40 SECONDS AFTER” Jesus Campos Reported Being Shot

THEY JUST CHANGED THE TIMELINE AGAIN!

SHOTS WERE FIRED AT LAS VEGAS CROWD “AT SAME TIME AS, OR WITHIN 40 SECONDS” OF GUARD ATTACK!

As previously reported, in a significant timeline change, Sheriff Lombardo reveals Mandalay Bay security guard, Jesus Campos, was shot BEFORE the Las Vegas attack started. 

“Las Vegas sheriff says Mandalay Bay security guard was shot 6 minutes before first shots were fired at crowd.,” reports ABC News.

MGM resorts released a statement on Thursday with ANOTHER timeline change claiming Campos was shot at the same as or within 40 seconds after he first reported shots were fired.

Via ABC News:

Although we prefer not to comment on the details of the investigation, we are issuing this statement to correct some of the misinformation that has been reported. The 9:59 p.m. PDT time was derived from a Mandalay Bay report manually created after the fact without the benefit of information we now have. We are now confident that the time stated in this report is not accurate. We know that shots were being fired at the festival lot at the same time as, or within 40 seconds after, the time Jesus Campos first reported that shots were fired over the radio. Metro officers were together with armed Mandalay Bay security officers in the building when Campos first reported that shots were fired over the radio. These Metro officers and armed Mandalay Bay security officers immediately responded to the 32nd floor. We will continue to work with law enforcement as we have from the first moments of this tragedy as they work toward developing an accurate timeline.

Jesus Campos, the security guard has been “hailed as a hero after risking his life seeking out Stephen Paddock’s sniper’s nest,” according to Newsmax.

Newsmax reports:

Paddock shot the unarmed Campos in the leg as he was moving toward the room outside in the hallway, The Daily Beast reported being told by Dave Hickey, president of the International Union, Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America.

Campos had taken an elevator to the 32nd floor of the hotel because the stairway door had been blocked, The Daily Beast said, and when Campos got to the door where he suspected Paddock was barricaded, he was met with gunfire through the door.

The wounded Campos then radioed casino dispatch informing them of his and Paddock’s location in the hotel. Police said the suspect fired some 200 rounds at them as they approached the room, The Daily Beast noted.

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