‘SOMEONE’ Broke Into The Las Vegas Shooter’s Home During FBI Investigation and ‘NOBODY’ Noticed?

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Serious questions revolve around the Las Vegas massacre and now the seemingly impossible happens? ‘Someone’ slipped by the FBI, entered Paddock’s house, took ‘nothing’ and then left ’empty-handed’?

Something is definitely amiss!

The Las Vegas shooter’s home that was broken into is in Reno, Nevada. He used it to to stash arms and ammunition.

'SOMEONE' Broke Into The Las Vegas Shooter's Home During FBI Investigation and 'NOBODY' Noticed?

At LEAST one person broke into the home. Police say they’re not aware of any theft or damages after the break-in, but wonder how the perpetrator gained entry. It is particularly surprising that someone managed to break into the home which is still being investigated by the FBI.

Stephen Paddock purchased the home in Reno’s Somersett neighborhood in 2013. He lived there with his girfriend, Marilou Danley.

Police confirmed on Tuesday that the Reno house was broken into over the weekend, and police are highly active in the area after receiving a warning from the FBI to be sure a break-in isn’t repeated.

The incident comes at a time when investigators were scheduled to revisit the house. After the break-in was discovered, police notified the FBI immediately. The FBI has recently confirmed that investigators would be revisiting Paddock’s properties to “discern additional evidence as a result of that revisit.”

Reno Gazette Journal reports:

Officer Tim Broadway with the Reno Police Department said the suspect or suspects broke into the home through the front door over the weekend, noting he was not sure how exactly the suspects gained entry.

Reno officers arrived on scene and “immediately notified the FBI,” he said. Broadway said the department is working with the FBI to “make sure there are no further incidents.”

Broadway said officers were not aware of anything that was taken or whether there were any damages. There are no suspects at this time.

There are seriously some crazy questions and this incident just adds to an already conspiratorial narrative. Is this all a government false flag and was the break-in designed to plant or remove evidence?

I am no conspiracy nut. Oswald was the lone shooter of JFK, Elvis and Marilyn are deceased and 9/11 was done by 19 hijackers without the help of President Bush.

But there are some serious questions about this Vegas massacre.

One of my favorite shows in Criminal Minds. I am sorry, but this guy does not begin to fit the profile of a deranged mass murderer. He does fit the bill of a federal agent. In fact, he was a federal employee.

Paddock has previously worked for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and as a mail carrier, The Associated Press reports.

A spokeswoman for the Office of Personnel Management, which manages federal employees, told the AP that the suspect, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, was an IRS agent from 1978 to 1984.

Before that, Paddock worked as a mail carrier from 1976 to 1978, the AP reported. He graduated from California State University, Northridge in 1977. He also worked as a defense contractor in the late 1980s.

Then there are his trips to the Middle East during a series of cruises.

Investigators remain stumped as to Paddock’s motives but said he visited the contentious region on a cruise.

He also took at least 11 other cruises to other destinations over the last several years, the AP reported.

The region, where ISIS and other jihadi groups have a presence in some areas, may be of interest to security services because of speculation Paddock became radicalized.

The extremist group ISIS has repeatedly claimed responsibility for the shooting, and claims Stephen Paddock converted to Islam six months ago but the government keeps denying any connection.

I just really want to know. How does someone break into what is most likely, beyond the White House, the most guarded house in the country? Why was nothing stolen? How did they get past the FBI and local police?


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