Thursday, October 12, 2017

Laundering

"Exclusive: Vegas killer described his unusual habits in 2013 testimony":
"He said he wandered about in black Nike sweat pants and had a favorite pair of size 13 black flip-flops -- the pair he was wearing on the night of his accident at the Cosmopolitan in October 2011. He was on his way to the high-limit room when he slipped on some liquid and fell. He testified that he hurt his hamstring, which he said resulted in a lingering injury. An arbitrator ultimately ruled in the Cosmopolitan's favor, according to two sources."
and:
"At the height of his play in 2006, he testified, "I averaged 14 hours a day, 365 days a year.""

Suing the casino isn't the mark of some kind of intelligence asset, and everything else points to money laundering.  What is particularly striking is the complete absence of a plausible legend, the backstory that would be provided by any competent intelligence agency.  The sheer number of hours he spent losing money, something which would have been known to the casino, only leads to one conclusion.  He had worked for the IRS, a good place to run across the kind of people who need that kind of service.

"Ann Coulter: Las Vegas Massacre—The Story Is Coming Apart".

"Vegas Hotel Worker Warned Police Of Shooter Before Massacre Began".  The title is importantly misleading - he told hotel dispatchers to call the police, so it is the hotel's fault, and not the police's fault, that the police didn't arrive in time.  Since he was altered by the shooting of security guard Jesus Campos, you can see why the shooting had been kept hidden.  How does Paddock fire 200 shots into the hall without another hotel guest noticing and phoning the front desk?  The hotel had to have known something big and violent was going on for quite some time.

I think it is possible, even probable, that Paddock had nothing to do with the movement of the guns to his room.

"The Specifically Jewy Perviness of Harvey Weinstein" (shiksa humiliation is the kink, rather obvious).  Apology:  "An Apology".  Kudos to The Tablet for having the integrity to keep the original article up.

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