In March, short video snippets show alleged Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock wheeling in suitcases that were said to be full of guns into the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino. However, did you know that there is nearly 750 hours of video and some 2,000 phone calls to 911 that have never been seen or heard, and many of us in the media are questioning whether any of that evidence will even be seen and heard by the public.
While video showed Paddock eating alone and wheeling in luggage, nothing looked out of the ordinary. However, absolutely no video has been produced that captured anything in his room, outside his room or on the floor that he was residing in when he is alleged to have opened fire on a crowd of thousands on October 1, 2017.
Furthermore, hundreds of hours of 911 calls and body-camera footage from police still remain undisclosed to the public, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has fought tooth and nail to keep them from getting out and being scrutinized. The police department has also fought against unsealing search warrants as well. Why?