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Mandalay Bay

Now a month after the great mass shooting in Las Vegas is a good time to get a feel for what really happened that night. I figured testimonies, evidence and experiences will all be compiled. The wounded will have died or well on their way to recovery. There will be a plethora of heroic and near-miss stories to help the event capture the imagination.

No. that is not what I find. Below are four video news reports that SHOULD BE played in every home.

I found these with the following search. You can select other videos to watch, including those published by the fable spinners. Use your own head to figure out which is which. You might note I do not use Google to seek truth. They publicly announced their war against it months ago.

I would like to say that The Truth is in these videos, but all I can say is that the big lies are exposed. The truth can be partially inferred, deduced, but the whole truth will be squirreled away like the JFK assassination and so many other similar important stories.

Mandolay bay gunshot analysis from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo.

Las Vegas Shooting Update The News Won't Ask These Questions from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo.

Las Vegas Shooting Conspiracy What They're Not Showing You from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo.

The Blatant Cover-up of the Las Vegas Shooting – David Icke from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo.

You and I can easily find this information thanks to the tremendous people’s publishing power of the Internet. Two things follow from that.

ONE: The politicians and media hacks using this event in its official, approved form to forward their agenda should easily have these same questions and drive for truth. That they don’t tells you everything you need to know about their integrity.

TWO: The Internet is our friend and their worst enemy. Watch out.

Note that I found these video on Google’s YouTube. Their announced censorship program has a bad habit of “disappearing” videos contrary to official stories and destroying my links. I uploaded them to help preserve the reporters’ work. I encourage you to seek it where they published it. I suspect a lot more solid reporting can be found there.