“Do you think this was all accomplished on his own?” Lombardo asked, noting the arsenal of weapons the shooter amassed, and the discovery of explosives in his car. He added: “You’ve got to make the assumption he had to have some help at some point.”
This is a big question, for anyone that has ever been to Vegas, their security system in their casinos, hotels, and even street are insane. I mean they have whole teams of people constantly watching everything, yet this guy has no security footage? Try to cheat at a card game and bam they got you. Bring tons of luggage over and over to a hotel nothing? Also why was a dinner try still in the hallway with enough time to set up a camera system? Every hotel I have ever been at has been clean and they never leave anything in the hallway. Also if you were hotel staff wouldn't you notice an old man installing camera up and down the hall that weren't there yesterday. Did no one think of the camera connection? I mean you only have two choices wired and wireless. Wired there would be cable strung out your hotel room door to each device. Wireless would normally be a IP camera setup which would me that they guy would have to get all these setup and depending on the hotels wireless setup maybe have to open up ports/setup a dynamic dns/ etc. just to hit them. I don't think they guy will be able to change a hotels router system like that unless it was using another way with some cameras. But lets get to the real matter here. You and I know most old people, they can barely even turn on a computer or their smart phone, how was a guy able to setup all these cameras without anyone even noticing? Something is just not quite right.Where is the video of him carrying all these into the hotel?
No I didn't hear this.I'm quite sure they have the camera footage, they just aren't talking about it yet. Like you said, Vegas has the very best security systems. Did you hear that he (or someone) was trying to shoot the jet fuel tanks near by? They took bullets but nothing exploded. That would have been something.