Earlier this week, we learned that FBI whistleblowers were told not to investigate key evidence in the October 1, 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas. Not only that, but one of those agents said that the narrative being fed to the media and the public was nothing more than a “movie script” that was not what was actually taking place concerning the investigation.
Interviews with several Las Vegas shooting survivors from Montana were reported the day after the shooting by The Missoulian.
Two people who were at the Route 91 venue the night of the shooting were Michael Goguen and his wife Jamie Stephenson.
Goguen told his story to The Missoulian:
“Jason Aldean was the final act on the final night,” Stephenson said in a phone interview from Las Vegas on Monday. “The mood went from joyous ecstasy to hearing that rapid-fire sound. At first, we were super-confused as to what that was.”
He then added something that I’ve not heard a lot of the people who claim to be eyewitnesses there say. He said that he saw drones in the air.
“I had seen some drones, and I thought it might be fireworks going off from a drone,” Goguen said. “But the mood shifted and the lights went out quick and the performers ran from the stage. There was a very long burst of automatic fire. My next thought was, now that we know it’s gunshots, somebody is actually shooting at people, intentionally causing this kind of panic. He had a shooting position all lined up.”
Now, we have heard reports of multiple shooters, some on the ground and some in other places besides the Mandalay Bay hotel rooms that Stephen Paddock had rented. We’ve heard audio analysis that confirms that there were at least two shooters, one from the Mandalay Bay and one from a shorter distance to the Route 91 venue.
We’ve even heard reports of a helicopter in the area, but this was the first time I had read about someone noticing a drone there.
However, though it’s the first I’ve heard of it, Shepard Ambellas at Intellihub was told by an eyewitness that there were three helicopter drones in the area and was very specific as to the types of drones that were seen.
An eyewitness has told Intellihub exclusively in an electronic message and over the telephone that three long sleek solid-black helicopters were flying in a tight triangle formation and were super low to the ground to avoid radar detection on the night of the 1 October massacre.
The local eyewitness has confirmed with Intellihub that what appeared to be three “long and sleek” Hummingbird A-160T “solid-black” helicopters were flying low, in a tight triangle formation, west to east, at sunset on the night of the 1 October massacre.
The three drone craft were spotted flying parallel with Tropicana Avenue, just to the north and may have entered the city from Blue Diamond.
Shep, I feel you are 100% correct about the helicopters. I’ve been afraid to say this on Twitter because they monitor me but I’m just going to tell you that on October 1st sometime between 6:30 and quarter to 7 p.m. 3 solid black helicopters flying very low flew past my house… they were not Maverick helicopters, they had no markings and no other color on them at all solid black. Flying East towards the strip. I live in an area that has a flight path to the right of me as I’m standing in my backyard. They were so low and at first, I thought they were Nellis AFB helicopters and then I realized they weren’t it kinda bothered me… made me wonder wtf. I didn’t think about it again until later that evening when all hell broke loose. I’m deathly afraid of Metro here not because I have a record or have done or do anything wrong because I don’t …but they’re deep state. I don’t want to be found suicided with two shots to the back of my head …. you know what I mean. You can repeat what I said but it has to be an anonymous source, please.
That’s not all. If you remember, we reported back in February that a man was charged in connection with the Las Vegas shooting, Douglas Haig. Documents that were released at the end of January show the Mr. Haig not only sold ammunition to Stephen Paddock, the alleged shooter in Las Vegas, but he also was the “senior engineer with Honeywell Aerospace and a senior liaison engineer/product support engineer for Boeing,” according to Ambellas. “Additionally, the same individual also holds Department of Defense ‘top secret clearance’ and is affiliated with Special Operations Command (U.S. Army), according to Linkdin.”
Ambellas also provided other documentation regarding Haig’s ties to helicopter drones.
But the icing on the cake is the fact that Douglas Haig was the “Sr. Product Support Engineer for A-160 unmanned helicopter program,” according to Linkdin which also states that Haig holds a “Top Secret SSBI Clearance.”
Hmmm…… 🤔 Unmanned helicopters.
— Based Basterd (@BasedBasterd) January 30, 2018
The man was part of an UAV helicopter program! This could tie in with everything Intellihub ever reported about the helicopters which were present during the shooting!
Moreover, the A-160 program was transferred to the U.S. Army and SOCOM after its completion in 2009, as BasedBastard pointed out when he posted the following RDT&E Budget Item Justification Sheet to Twitter late Tuesday.
Ambellas has also provided documentation that helicopters that were not picked up on radar were in the vicinity of the Mandalay Bay.
What does all this mean? Well, for one, this has to be more than a coincidence that Haig worked on these types of drones that appear to have been in the area before and after the time of the shooting. Second, have you heard any of this from the mainstream media or Sheriff Joe Lombardo?
Why were these drones in the area at the time? This is the question that must be asked, and we need an answer to that question.
Additionally, for those that claim no one was shot or killed at the Las Vegas shooting, Guguen admitted during the interview helped several people, witnessed many who were killed and even saw a police officer applying compression to his own neck wound. The interview is worth the read if you have not read it.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.