FBI Agents Quietly Told to Stop Investigating Vegas Shooter Paddock’s Travels, Cash Linked to Terrorism Hot Beds
Stephen Paddock’s travel and finances have definitive ties to terrorism-related hot spots throughout the globe, according to several federal law enforcement sources.
His girlfriend Marilou Danley does too. She travels on an Australian passport, frequents the Philippines and has family in Dubai. She has traveled there too. (She might be there now.)
Paddock has traveled to these locales with Danley. But he has been other places too linked to terrorism, including possibly Jordan, according to a State Department source.
The FBI places Paddock in Dubai as recent at June 2016, with Danley.
The State Department said the FBI is aware of Paddock’s treks to the Middle East and beyond, as they are “documented in a number of databases” not available for public eyes.
Yet the FBI portrays Paddock as a Franciscan monk.
The Middle East. Las Vegas. Both deserts but a world apart, especially when FBI brass in D.C. want to kill and squelch a criminal investigation into the worst shooting massacre in American history.
The FBI probe into such leads are now dead, according to federal law enforcement sources. It appears the FBI is done probing Paddock — or pretending to investigate him — and want to tie a bow around the LAS Vegas shooting investigation.
No motive? No problem.
The DEA has Paddock wiring funds and receiving funds from offshore banks as well, according to federal sources. Federal agents know this because Paddock’s cell phone number surfaced during a federal wire tap.
Some of those transactions have been flagged by banks and the federal government as well. DEA agents pinpointed a high number of federal Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR) linked to Paddock’s bank transactions, including large wire amounts. Paddock may have maintained at least one offshore bank account.
Regardless of all these juicy leads worth following to pinpoint motive for the Las Vegas massacre, the FBI instead is no longer pursuing this. That has frustrated many agents who are leaking some gems here and there to trusted sources.
Federal agents then place Paddock in the following terror-linked hotbeds:
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Jordan in 2015, approx
- And many other places we do not yet know about
And Danley is in tow with Paddock, except for Jordan. Sources could not confirm Danley in Jordan because she travels on an Australian passport and uses several alias names.
Danley on Dubai, 2016 with Paddock working the camera.
So what does the FBI do with this Intel?
Las Vegas FBI Special Agent in Charge Aaron Rouse has commissioned a series of billboards in Nevada asking the public to call a toll-free phone number. The billboards carry the message: “See Something; Say Something.”
Unless that ‘something’ relates to international terror hot beds like the Philippines, Dubai or Jordan.
FBI agents know Stephen Paddock traveled to the Middle East, the Philippines, and now Jordan, per the State Department Intel. These are just the locations we know about. There are many more THEY know about.
Was Paddock possibly on any number of terrorism watch lists? That appears more than likely given his banking and travel history.
But why haven’t law enforcement officials disclosed this? What is the end game to hide such information?
Another part of the Las Vegas shooting the FBI and Clark County Sheriff have shielded.
How can this be? Consider the following.
True Pundit published a story on Oct. 24 featuring audio of a SWAT unit officer admitting officer(s) had fired a weapon after breaching Paddock’s hotel room at Mandalay Bay.
Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo for weeks, along with FBI officials, claimed no shots were fired and Paddock killed himself. On Monday, Lombardo admitted a gun was fired by Las Vegas Metro after entering Paddock’s room, essentially backing True Pundit’s story.
Lombardo changed gears a week after True Pundit, On Oct. 24th, published audio from Las Vegas Metro SWAT. The audio provided a raw and chilling feed from Las Vegas Metro SWAT and confirmed officers did engage in gunfire after breaching Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s hotel suite, directly contradicting FBI and police claims that Paddock killed himself.
What else have they lied about?
Take your pick.