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FBI Just Make SICK Admission About Shooter’s Girlfriend After 1 Witness Dead & Another’s House Burned

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It’s been 15 days since the world woke up to the horrific news of what happened in Las Vegas, where shooter Stephen Paddock rained down hell on a crowd of innocent people. The investigation and information has gotten stranger by the day since then as more questions arise than answers into the killer’s motive and if he was working alone or not. While there’s still a lot of debate over a second shooter, one key witness who possibly had information on that is dead and now another concert-goers home has been burned to the ground.

For at least the last week, it’s been rather quiet on anything to do with Marilou Danley who was dating Paddock at the time of the shooting. She was brought back to the U.S. from the Philippines, where Paddock had sent her on a surprise vacation presumably so she wouldn’t get in the way of his sinister plans. Just as there’s been inconsistencies in the timeline of the massacre, there seems to be the same for who exactly Danley was and what she knew.

Just 48 hours after word broke of key witness Kimberley Suchomel’s untimely death, it was revealed that another concert-goer had also met an unfortunate demise after returning home from this horror.

“Last Sunday, I was running from bullets. This Sunday, I was running from fire,” Michella Flores said about her Santa Rosa, California home, Independent reported. The hits keep coming for Flores who can’t seem to escape calamity in the last couple of weeks, after returning from the horrific gunfire only to find out that wildfires had destroyed her home.

“Flores, 51, had been outside the perimeter of the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas, watching the country music performers from outside the fence, when Stephen Paddock opened fire, killing 58 people and injuring more than 500,” the Independent added.

Shooting and fire survivor Michella Flores

The shooting situation keeps getting odder since there are no answers into what happened and many who happened to be there keep facing unfortunate events. Although the fire was not related to the shooting, the constant series of bad luck for so many of these victims is very strange.

As we previously reported, 28-year-old Kymberley Suchomel was found dead in her Apple Valley home just days after she made a detailed public post online of her first-hand account of the shooting and what investigators are trying to hide. Suchomel was at the ill-fated Route 91 country concert and survived the shooting and had been on a mission to expose that there were multiple shooters that evening until she suddenly wound up dead. The cause of death was suspected to be a seizure or possible brain aneurysm, but the timing was obscure and certainly unfortunate.

Now, what’s coming out about Paddock’s girlfriend after days of silence regarding what she knows is compounding how questionable this entire investigation is turning out to be.

While it was initially reported that Danley had no clue into what her boyfriend had been planning, despite living with him up until weeks before the attack, the FBI is insisting that she was simply his “caretaker,” and not his lover. This admission to the public even goes against Danley’s own description of her relationship with Paddock, so why would authorities want to change what even she herself told them?

Metro reports:

“ABC News reported that Danley’s ‘relationship with Paddock changed over time, evolving from intimate companion to more of a caretaker for him.'”

 “’Caretaker’ may be a bit strong as Danley frequently traveled outside of the country and there are conflicting reports about whether or not Danley believed Paddock had mental issues.”

“NBC News reported that two former FBI officials said that Danley believed Paddock had displayed ‘mental health symptoms’ and that he would lie in bed and scream, ‘Oh my God!’

“However, a Las Vegas Review-Journal report from Oct. 10 said: ‘Contrary to published reports, Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley, told investigators in Los Angeles she had no concerns about [Paddock’s] mental health.’”

It appears like authorities are trying to cover more details up, even those which seem innocuous like the title or arrangement that Danley had with her boyfriend. “Caretaker” makes her sound compassionate but also less involved with him intimately and paints a picture about Paddock that he was mentally and physically inept. This could perhaps lead into a “motive” authorities come up with that we may soon hear about to silence all the controversy.  Since Danley referred to herself

Since Danley referred to herself as his girlfriend, it’s just another inconsistency in a long list of what seems like misinformation in the FBI’s investigation. If nothing else, the relationship, of any kind, was a convenient financial situation for Danley.

There have been unvalidated rumors that Danley was a CIA operative at one point in her life, which is definitely a stretch to say and an actual conspiracy theory. While she may have been totally oblivious about her boyfriend’s plans and didn’t question much about his whereabouts or activities while she enjoyed the life he provided her, it’s questionable as to why the FBI would want to call her his “caretaker” now 15 days later when Danley didn’t even refer to herself as that.

 

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BREAKING: Trump’s Confidant Slipped Radioactive POISON In Assassination Attempt – ‘I Know Who Did It’

Detailed this unbelievable, but credible, assassination attempt…

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Roger Stone, has been a political consultant and advisor to Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and Donald Trump has now revealed that he was almost killed after being poisoned with what doctors believe may have been Polonium.

Appearing on the Alex Jones Show multiple times Stone detailed this unbelievable, but credible, assassination attempt, including that he had originally thought that he had a simple stomach virus before becoming extremely ill.

Stone explained that he became extremely ill. In what manifested itself in over 14 days of high fevers, delirium and night sweats. Along with lesions on his chest and face. He had extreme diarrhea and vomiting that could not be stopped with traditional medication. He became exceedingly dehydrated and ultimately had to be hydrated with IV and saline injections in the hospital.

Stone later added that the general consensus by the doctors who treated him was that he was in fact poisoned. He was poisoned with a substance that may have been Polonium or had the characteristics of Polonium which made him increasingly ill to the point that if he wouldn’t have received medical help he wouldn’t have survived the ordeal.

In a later interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN, he confirmed that he knew who did but wasn’t ready to call out names. All he confirmed was that 50% of the nation pretty much wanted him dead after he helped President Trump win the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton.

Roger Stone’s poisoning claims first started to gain steam in a February 2017 interview with Time Magazine’s Alex Altman. Where he explained what he had gone through for the first time after recovering from the ordeal.

Stones narrative isn’t far-fetched especially after the confirmed poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, which has triggered a diplomatic crisis between Russia and the West. Britain and dozens of other countries, including the United States, have expelled more than 150 Russian diplomats in a show of solidarity. In retaliation, Russia ordered the expulsion of Western diplomats from embassies in Moscow and ordered closures of consulates, including the U.S. embassy in Saint Petersburg.

Here is more on Stone’s ordeal via LMT Online:

“For more than a year, Roger Stone has asserted that he spent Christmas of 2016 trying to survive an assassination attempt – most likely radioactive polonium poisoning – by someone trying to frame Russia.

Tests were conducted; doctors were baffled, the longtime political operative and adviser to Donald Trump told journalists. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was contacted.

But from the moment he made the claims, Stone has deflected questions when asked to back up his claims.

It happened again on Friday, during a wide-ranging conversation with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Trump. At one point Cooper said he had questions about Stone’s polonium assertions.

“I was extraordinarily ill,” Stone told Cooper, before referring to pictures of his face during the period.” You can see in the file footage that you used at the beginning of the segment that I still have lesions on my face from that illness. My doctor believed I was poisoned. They believed initially that there was some radioactive element to that. I’ve never been this sick in my life.”

But Stone wouldn’t go into detail when Cooper asked for proof, even when the host insisted that “Polonium poisoning, that would be a huge issue in the United States if someone was poisoned with polonium.”

Still, Stone resisted: “I don’t think my health is of great interest to the American people other than the half of them that just wish I would drop dead.”

He directed viewers to “my Infowars report on it.” The Alex Jones-hosted website airs conspiracy theories.

Stone could not be immediately reached for comment by The Post on Saturday.

As Stone spoke on CNN, an ocean away, a former Russian spy and his daughter were recovering from a poisoning attempt in a British town that the British government says points to Russia.

The poisoning last month of Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, has triggered a diplomatic crisis between Russia and the West. Britain and dozens of other countries, including the United States, have expelled more than 150 Russian diplomats in a show of solidarity. Russia, in turn, has ordered the expulsion of Western diplomats from embassies in Moscow and ordered closures of consulates, including the U.S. facility in Saint Petersburg.

The Skripals were found unconscious on a public bench in Salisbury. He is a 66-year-old former colonel in Russia’s military intelligence service who was convicted of helping British agents, then freed in a spy swap. She is a 33-year-old who had just dined with her father at a restaurant named Zizzi.

Police said the father and daughter were “targeted specifically” with a nerve agent. Officials have not publicly identified the nerve agent, but they have found traces of it at the restaurant, according to The Associated Press.

Russia has countered, bizarrely, alleging a conspiracy involving two dead guinea pigs and a dead cat. And like Stone, the Russians assert that the Skripals poisoning was an effort to frame Moscow.

Stone’s poisoning claims first gained steam in a February 2017 interview with Time Magazine’s Alex Altman.

“I got progressively worse. For almost 17 days in a row, I had a fever of over 100. I went to the hospital. They conducted blood tests. They were baffled. Blood tests went to the CDC. They found an exogenous substance in my blood that had the characteristics of polonium,” he said.

Like Cooper, Altman asked for proof.

Stone told him “there would be too many suspects” to figure out who’d want to murder him.

He did, however, push a theory about a possible motive: “The Senate Intelligence Committee was going to have hearings. I could see why some people might not want me to do so. You know, you bump off Stone, make it look like the Russians did it: ‘Wow, the Russians killed their agent because he was going to spill his guts in Congress.’ Just a theory. The Deep State moves in strange ways.”

H/T The Washington Post

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BREAKING! Christmas Week Massacre Leaves 6 DEAD, 51 Wounded In U.S. – This Means WAR!

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This month has been among the bloodiest on record, leaving 6 dead and an additional 51 victims were wounded in the brutal ambush in one week. As people in this area are trying to come to grips with the sudden attack, President Donald Trump will soon be addressing it, as he’s expected to make an announcement about the bloodbath that has never been said before.

While most people were looking forward to the weekend, Chicago thugs were preparing for a bloodbath knowing that nobody would stop them at their killing game that began on November 1  and continued through this past  Friday. Officials in Chicago have overlooked the problems in their city for too long and it’s been at the cost of countless lives.

As Barack Obama’s former hometown, he didn’t seem to want to address it either and the rising murder rate is also a big part of his legacy having made excuses for criminals and empowered Black Lives Matter. Now that there is a real leader in charge, President Donald Trump isn’t letting murderous thugs get away with this killing spree at a rate of one fatality every hour and 45 minutes in the Windy City, according to stats provided by HeyJackass.com.

The respect for human life is completely absent in the tight gun-controlled city on both ends of the spectrum. Thugs pick their victims at random without concern for age, as was seen this weekend with the unprecedented violence. This lack of respect extends to local government which has done nothing to stop in and removed citizens’ right to defend themselves against it.

9News reports of a boy who lost his life today while trying to earn money to buy his family Christmas presents:

Brian Jasso and his stepfather were driving their newspaper route early Sunday morning when the assailants in another vehicle rear-ended them. The gunman, who witnesses told police was hanging out of the passenger side of the suspects’ car, then opened fire and wounded the teen in the head.

Riccio said that investigators suspect that the shooting of the paper boy may have been connected to another incident in the city that occurred about eight hours earlier in which two people were killed — a 25-year-old man and 21-year-old woman — and a third man was wounded. Police say that incident was a gang-related shooting.

In the gang-related shooting, detectives found 77 rifle casings at the scene of the crime, Riccio said. No arrests have been made in either shooting.

More than 630 people have been murdered in Chicago thus far in 2017, according to police. The nation’s third-largest city is on pace to record significantly fewer murders than it did last year when it tallied more than 760 murders, according to police records.

Still, the city is on pace to again record more murders than New York and Los Angeles combined in 2017. New York’s and Los Angeles’ combined population is about 12.5 million, while Chicago’s population is about 2.7 million.

President Trump has repeatedly criticized Chicago over the gun violence, and once again laid into the city during a speech last week at the FBI’s academy in Quantico, Va.

Chicago has become more of a war zone than a place to call home, where it’s not even safe to go outside without risking your life. Now Trump has come out announcing that Chicago cops need to be able to do their job, which would stop this crime spree “immediately.”

“President Donald Trump’s claim that a mystery police officer has a quick fix for Chicago’s violent crime problems continued to evolve Wednesday night, as the president claimed the unnamed cop told him ‘if they let us do our job we could stop it immediately,'” CBS reports.

“By being very much tougher than they are right now. They’re right now not tough.” Trump said in an August 2016 interview with Bill O’Reilly. “When I was in Chicago, I got to meet a couple of very top police. I said, ‘How do you stop this, how do you stop this? If you were put in charge… Do you think you could stop this?’ He said, ‘Mr. Trump, I’d be able to stop it in one week.’ And I believed him 100 percent.”

Almost as shocking as the overwhelming crime rate in the city, is the fact that in 90 percent of these cases, where victims were either injured or killed, not a single suspect has been charged, Allen B. West reported. Perhaps this statistic came out at the end of Barack Obama’s presidency, after allowing thugs to run free and excuse it as what disgruntled millennials do when suffering from poverty.

What’s interesting to note is that not a single one of these shootings this month involved a police officer, which is a big statistical change since Trump has been in office. Now, things could be getting a lot worse for these thugs and better for the city suffering under their wrath since our president has vowed to combat the gangster and thug issued that runs rampant in inner cities across the country. He’s one of the first to take a bold stance against it, proving he’s not afraid of these criminals, and it’s only a matter of time before he publicly addresses this issue again after his executive orders on the matter and sending ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) agents in to help.

Among his pile of important executive orders to get the country back on track, were three crucial ones targeting gangs, drugs, and crimes against cops. “According to CNBC, the executive orders will focus on ‘gang members, drug dealers, drug cartels & crimes against law enforcement officers’,” Bustle reported. “During Jeff Sessions’ formal ceremony after his confirmation, President Trump announced his plans for these three executive orders, which give more authority to law enforcement.”

“During his ceremony, Sessions said that the U.S. has ‘a crime problem’ that may be ‘a dangerous permanent trend’,” Bustle’s reports added. “In an effort to remedy this, Trump’s latest executive orders will specifically target what he views as the leading causes of crime: gang members, drug cartels and dealers, and those who commit crimes against cops.

If anyone is doing more for the black community and proving black lives matter than Barack Obama, it’s his successor, President Trump. Eighty-eight percent of the victims in Chicago are black and were all ignored while Obama was in office, pushing and supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. Trump will single-handedly save countless black lives by cracking down in these thugs who kill other people — many of whom are random and just in the wrong place at the wrong time in the war zone.

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Trump Just Got The Last Laugh On San Francisco Illegal Alien Murder Suspect – Law and Order Has RETURNED!

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A jury lets Kate Steinle’s killer off the hook by finding him not guilty of murder, but that wasn’t the end of the road when it came to the legal consequences he faced.  Even though Jose Ines Garcia Zarate wasn’t found guilty of murder, there was still a chance that he would find himself behind bars. That’s because, according to a warrant issued by the U.S. District Court for the western district of Texas, Zarate was subject to supervised released beginning March 26th, 2015. That probation barred him from committing another crime and from possessing a firearm – terms he was obviously bound by when he killed Steinle in the sanctuary city San Francisco.

It was shocking that a jury couldn’t reach a consensus on a gun crime in San Francisco of all places. On the other hand, the defense tried to argue that Zarate’s gun discharged itself accidentally, and only those with the politics of someone in San Francisco could actually believe that’s possible.

Meanwhile, ICE also said that they had planned on deporting Zarate for the sixth time and it was unclear if that would conflict with implementing any legal consequences available. It looks like the latter will indeed happen and Zarate could be up the creek without an American paddle to save him.

According to Downtrend, on Wednesday, “a federal grand jury indicted him for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, and for being an illegally present alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition. The indictments could result in a ten-year prison sentence.”

This came after the Justice Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announced it is charging Zarate with being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition and being an illegally present alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition. With President Donald Trump himself speaking out against the verdict from the San Francisco trial, it’s clear his administration has a vested interest in punishing Zarate – something the jury should’ve done first.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the grand jury’s indictment. While acquitted on murder charges, he’s now facing federal firearm charges.

“According to the indictment, on July 1, 2015, Garcia-Zarate, a citizen of Mexico who reportedly is 47 years old, possessed a semi-automatic pistol and multiple rounds of ammunition in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) (felon in possession of a firearm) and 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(5) (unlawfully present alien in possession of a firearm),” a Justice Department statement reads.

“Garcia-Zarate currently is in state custody on other charges,” the statement adds. “If convicted of either violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g), Garcia-Zarate faces a maximum statutory penalty of 10 years in prison.”

Zarate will not go to jail for as long as he should be, or for the charge he should’ve been found guilty of, but some justice will be served. Don’t be fooled for a minute in thinking that Zarate would have seen prison time under another administration.

The next step in this ordeal is battling the cities who protect illegal immigrant criminals with sanctuary city status.

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