Navy SEAL Confirms Multiple Shooters During Las Vegas Shooting

Former Navy SEAL leader, and current federal criminal investigator, Craig Sawyer, has confirmed that multiple gunmen were firing weapons into the crowd during the Las Vegas massacre.

The amount of evidence that has mounted proving multiple shooters were operating during the attack, that left 59 dead and over 500 more injured, is overwhelming, yet, the mainstream media keeps trying to push the “lone wolf” narrative onto the public.

It’s becoming clear now, to anyone who looks beyond the TV headlines, that the MSM and the authorities are hiding the truth from the public as they continue to suggest that suspected gunman Stephen Paddock acted alone.

Several witnesses have come forward to report gunfire coming from numerous locations other than Paddock’s hotel room on the 32nd floor.

A number of videos have emerged from people who were caught up in the attacks, but YouTube is deleting clips that report the counternarrative as quickly as they’re being uploaded.

One of the victims from the attacks, Rocky Palermo, has even come forward to say that he was shot by a gunman in the crowd, yet the FBI refuses to speak to him to take his statement of events.

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According to Infowars, numerous witnesses reported gunfire from multiple locations – and the acoustics indicate several, overlapping firearms according to veterans of Delta Force, Navy SEALs, Green Berets and other military outfits that spoke to them who have first-hand experience in firefights with automatic weapons.

One of these sources, former Navy SEAL leader Craig Sawyer, is a top ballistics expert and a federal criminal investigator who also has his own sources, some of whom are linked to the investigation.

Here’s what he had to say about multiple shooters: “I will get this caveat out there that it’s very important to be accurate… echoes are very confusing, and hearing anything through a microphone is confusing, and one of my best friends is probably the foremost authority on… the acoustics of these big cases, and he’s got these huge computer [setups] to analyze everything.

“Having said all that, and acknowledging that it is confusing after the fact to listen to a series of gunshots with echoes, I will say this: some things are beyond [doubt]… it’s apparent anyway. Even though you’re listening to the echoes and even though you’re listening to it after the fact through a microphone that does just change that acoustic signature, it’s still apparent there was more than one shooter. “…You hear [gunshots] very muffled, very far away and then all the sudden, shortly thereafter, you hear very loud, very distinct [gunshots]. That’s a far engagement and a close engagement.

“…I feel confident that we’re hearing more than one shooter.” He also pointed out that so far, there’s hasn’t been much footage released of Stephen Paddock, which suggests the footage would derail the mainstream narrative of a lone shooter.

Remember, Las Vegas hotels and casinos are amongst the most surveilled places per square foot in the world, and yet officials haven’t bothered to release many videos.

Why wouldn’t surveillance footage be released if it collaborates the official story?

That in itself suggests a cover-up of the parties involved in the shooting – and that the real truth goes much deeper than the mainstream narrative. If there were multiple shooters, this information needs to be released, so the public can help find those responsible.

As we reported on Friday, there’s emerging evidence that the Las Vegas shooting was an ISIS attack and that Paddock had been radicalized, either for real or as part of a cover as he had the hallmarks of an intelligence agency cutout.

Remember, intelligence agencies were behind the rise of ISIS as the CIA and other agencies were funding so-called “moderate” rebels in the Syrian Civil War who were fighting alongside ISIS in an attempt to overthrow President Assad. Many of these “moderate” rebels later pledged allegiance to ISIS.

 

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