Since that fateful night in October of 2017, Americans have been looking for answers in the mysterious case of Stephen Paddock and the 58 souls that he took from this planet.
Paddock, a retired multimillionaire gambler, opened fire into a crowd of thousands of country music fans last fall, killing nearly 60 people and causing chaos that injured over 500 more.
From the onset of the investigation there were enormous questions that demanded answers, namely, why would an otherwise well adjusted and successful American throw it all away to commit such an atrocity.
Furthermore, as the investigation into the crime refused to yield any real revelations, the American people began to sniff out some much vaster scenario than first reported.
Now, as the Las Vegas authorities begin to disseminate some truly shocking facts in the case, Americans who were once considered “fringe” are finding themselves more right than wrong.
“An Arizona man who sold ammunition to the gunman who carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history was charged Friday with manufacturing armor-piercing bullets, according to court documents.
“Unfired armor-piercing bullets found inside the Las Vegas hotel room where Stephen Paddock launched the Oct. 1 attack had the fingerprints of ammunition dealer Douglas Haig, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court in Phoenix. It says Haig didn’t have a license to manufacture armor-piercing ammunition.
“Haig has acknowledged selling 720 rounds of tracer ammunition to Paddock in the weeks before the shooting that killed 58 people. Tracer bullets contain a pyrotechnic charge that illuminates the path of fired bullets so shooters can see whether their aim is correct.”
Now, as these theories continue to swarm and swirl, there is little chance that the original story of the event will remain the official story, especially as more names are added to the list of accomplices.