Las Vegas Shooting Security Guard 'Erased' From the System
Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel and Casino wipes security guard from database
As the cover-up of the events surrounding the Las Vegas shooting continues, "hero" security guard Jesus Campos has been completely erased from the employee database of the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel and Casino, without explanation.
Perhaps what is even more bizarre, is his details not only seem to have been deleted, but any record of him ever working there has been entirely scrubbed from existence.
Campos has been hailed as a "hero" by law enforcement investigating the case after claiming that he single-handedly stopped suspected shooter Stephen Paddock in the middle of the massacre and raised the alarm after being shot in the process.
Although, Las Vegas Sheriff Lombard this week contradicted this story during a press conference this week when he admitted that Campos has been shot before the shooting had started.
This change in the timeline massively changes the narrative as it means that Paddock was no longer foiled by a "rogue hero".
So, if Jesus Campos didn't get shot stopping the attack, how and why did he get shot before the massacre started?
And why would the hotel and casino take the extreme step of scrubbing his record from their system?
According to the photos originally obtained by Loomer and provided exclusively to GotNews, Campos is not listed in Workday, which is the hotel’s employee system database.
While a “Jesus A” is listed, there is no indication Campos is still there:
It is unclear if he has been fired, resigned, or is not in the system for some other reason.
This follows yesterday’s bombshell revelation, in which Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo announced in his press conference that mass murderer Stephen Paddock shot Campos at 9:59 PM on October 1st, six minutes before the massacre started.
Authorities previously asserted that Campos had interrupted and distracted Paddock while he was firing on the country music concert crowd below.
“While on the ground in Vegas, I have exclusively obtained a picture of the ‘Workday’ log of security and surveillance staff at Mandalay Bay as of October 10 whose names begin with the letter J,” Loomer told GotNews.
“‘Workday’ is the official database used by MGM to keep track of employee profiles. Less than 24 hours following the LVMPD press conference yesterday in which Jesus Campo’s timeline and role in the shooting changed substantially, he has been scrubbed from the employee system as a security guard.”
Loomer continued by explaining how this new information raises, even more, questions:
“If Jesus Campos is a ‘hero’ security guard like the LVMPD, FBI, and Mandalay Hotel portrayed him as, why have the records of his employment as an official Mandalay Bay employee been scrubbed from their employee system?”
A spokesperson for MGM Resorts International, which runs the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, declined to comment on the report that Campos is no longer in the system, instead pointing to recent comments from Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts regarding Campos calling in the shooting that night:
Huge holes have been poked in the "official" narrative being constantly peddled by the mainstream media and the authorities.
Far too many inconsistencies have been exposed for the cover-up to remain contained for much longer.
Stay tuned for more.