Las Vegas Shooting Victim: 'I Was Shot by a Gunman in the Crowd'
Man gunned down by an attacker with a machine gun in the crowd blows the whistle
One of the victims of the Las Vegas shooting has blown the whistle to reveal that he was shot by multiple gunmen during the massacre.
Rocky Palermo was shot by a gunman in the crowd during Sunday night's mass shooting and says he has the evidence to prove it.
He says there were between 3-5 active shooters firing weapons into the crowd and says there was gunfire coming from the ground as well as from above.
Palermo was rushed to hospital after taking a .223 round to the pelvis and still has 30-40 pieces of bullet shrapnel still inside his body.
Doctors told him the bullet was inches from paralyzing or even killing him.
Mr. Palmero confirmed that his injury was caused by an attacker on the ground and that the bullet was fired at his with a horizontal trajectory and wasn't fired down from above, although weapons were being fired from "all angles".
Blast reports: Palermo — an avid hunter familiar with guns and ballistics — says the different trajectories of gunfire was extremely evident, even in the midst of chaos.
He is skeptical of the information being given by authorities regarding Stephen Paddock being a “lone wolf” gunman and has a theory as to why cops don’t buy it.
Further, Palermo is questioning why certain exits out of the venue were suddenly closed off just before the shooting but claims the same exits were open during the previous nights of the concert.
Palermo says he relayed his theory to the FBI during an interview while being discharged from the hospital, but has not heard any follow up since.
The “multiple shooter” theory has been rampantly discussed among conspiracy theorists since Sunday’s deadly massacre. The theorists believe audio and video from the shooting support their claims.
BTW, Rocky’s friends set up a GoFundMe to help cover medical and other expenses while he gets back on his feet.