BOMBSHELL: Worker Alerted Hotel BEFORE Las Vegas Shooter Opened Fire

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Dozens of Americans were murdered, and hundreds more injured, on that fateful day of the Las Vegas Massacre. Millions of Americans have grappled with the facts, struggling to understand how such a thing could happen—and as more information comes out, distrust and suspicion grow.

Now reports are coming out that a maintenance worker had warned hotel dispatchers to call police and report a gunman, before Paddock even had the chance to open fire on the crowd. This goes directly against the police and mainstream media’s narrative, where they claim that they acted as quickly as possible.

Dozens of contradictions have emerged over the past two weeks, as the internet has aided us in our quest for the truth. Raw footage of the shooting has emerged, which some have suggested shows that there are multiple shooters. Others, such as Navy Seal Craig Sawyer, say that a basic audio analysis reveals multiple shooters as well.

Now however, a maintenance man at Mandalay Bay hotel has spoken out, and his words are shocking Americans. “Call the police, someone’s firing a gun up here! Someone’s firing a rifle on the 32nd floor down the hallway!”

Stephen Schuck was checking on a report of a jammed fire door on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel when he stumbled onto the deadliest mass shooter in all of US history. Suddenly, he heard gunshots and saw a security guard who’d been shot in the leg. “Take cover!” the guard yelled.

“As soon as I started to go to a door to my left the rounds started coming down the hallway,” Schuck said. “I could feel them pass right behind my head.” Schuck immediately warned hotel management to call the police and report an active shooter, yet for some reason, they weren’t able to stop Stephen Paddock from murdering 48 people and injuring hundreds more.

That is likely because hotel staff waited several more minutes to call police and report the shooter, authorities now say.

CBS reports:

LAS VEGAS — A maintenance worker said Wednesday he told hotel dispatchers to call police and report a gunman had opened fire with a rifle inside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino hotel before the shooter began firing from his high-rise suite into a crowd at a nearby musical performance.

The revised timeline has renewed questions about whether better communication might have allowed police to respond more quickly and take out the gunman before he committed the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Worker Stephen Schuck says he was checking out a report of a jammed fire door on the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay when he heard gunshots and a hotel security guard, who had been shot in the leg, peeked out from an alcove and told him to take cover.

“As soon as I started to go to a door to my left the rounds started coming down the hallway,” Schuck said. “I could feel them pass right behind my head.

“It was kind of relentless so I called over the radio what was going on,” he said. “As soon as the shooting stopped we made our way down the hallway and took cover again and then the shooting started again.”

Police said Monday they believe gunman Stephen Paddock shot a hotel security guard through the door of his suite six minutes before he unleashed a barrage of bullets into the crowd of concert-goers, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds more.

Reports are also confirming that the injured guard used his radio, and possibly a hallway phone, to call hotel dispatchers for help. In total, it appears that the hotel received two separate warnings BEFORE Stephen Paddock opened fire, yet somehow he was able to carry out the deadliest mass shooting in all of US history.

This account differs drastically from the one which police gave last week, where they said that Paddock fired at the security guard AFTER shooting into the crowd. How could police and the FBI, who are supposed to be the best of the best, get this simple detail wrong? Many are beginning to question this shooting.

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