Jesus Campos, the alleged security guard at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Hotel spoke out on The Ellen Degeneres Show just prior to his disappearing into thin air.
"I’m walking down [the hallway] and I believe that’s what caught the shooter’s attention,” Campos told Degeneres. “As I was walking down I heard rapid fire, and at first I took cover. I felt a burning sensation. I went to go lift my pant leg up, and I saw the blood. That’s when I called it in on my radio, that shots had been fired.”
Tomorrow, the first people to encounter the Las Vegas shooter are here – security guard Jesus Campos and building engineer Stephen Schuck. pic.twitter.com/dDmjzN6xBx
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 18, 2017
Paddock reportedly shot Campos through the door of his suite.
Hotel engineer Stephen Schuck found Campos and also appeared on “Ellen” alongside Campos.
“I saw Jesus, and I started to hear shooting. At the time I didn’t know it was shooting; I thought it was a jackhammer,” Schuck said. “That’s when Jesus, he leaned out, and he said, ‘Take cover! Take cover!’ Yelled at me, and within milliseconds, if he didn’t say that, I would’ve got hit.”
“I know that you have had so many people asking you to tell the story, and I know you have had so much reluctance, and you want this to be over,” DeGeneres said, hailing Campos as a hero. “It’s helpful for people to understand what a hero you are, because you, being shot in the leg, saved so many people’s lives, and instead of you just getting out of there, you saved Stephen’s life and that woman’s life and who knows how many other people.”
"Once I got more than halfway [down the hallway] is when I saw Jesus and heard shooting," Schuck said. "At first I thought it was a jackhammer.
"Jesus leaned out and said, 'Take cover, take cover,' and yelled at me, and within milliseconds, if he didn't say that, I could've got hit."
Campos also told a woman to get back inside her room.
"That's when more rounds were dispersed," Campos said.
According to reports, 200 rounds were fired. Why was no one else in the hotel hit with any of those rounds?
Both men allegedly turned down money from Ellen for appearing on her show.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, "Schuck was gifted Colts tickets and VIP treatment to meet the team by the NFL, while Campos was thanked with a gift of season tickets to the Oakland Raiders and a $25,000 donation to the victims of the shooting."
This latest interview comes after a third timeline was put forward by Sheriff Joe Lombardo, who has been leading the investigation along with the aid of the useless FBI.
Campos had been heralded as a hero until the timeline began to change and he disappeared without a trace. However, his story raises more questions that it does answer questions.
Campos is not listed among the employees of Mandalay Bay nor is he listed with the state of Nevada.
So far, there have been no answers. Take a look at these videos shot by independent investigative journalist Laura Loomer, who showed up at Campos' house only to find armed security from a firm that is also not registered with the state of Nevada.
Something smells like a false flag and it's quite possible the feds are in on it.
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