Las Vegas Shooting Security Guard Jesus Campos Has Gone Missing
Mandalay Bay hotel 'hero' security officer 'whereabouts unknown'
The Mandalay Bay hotel security guard who was hailed a hero by the law enforcement and the mainstream media, Jesus Campos, has gone missing.
Campos was due to appear on Fox News with Sean Hannity last night, which was 1 of 5 TV interviews he was scheduled for, but he didn't show.
That may seem like nothing unusual for a regular blue collar guy who has been suddenly thrust into the limelight, but Campos was under 24-hour FBI guard due to him being a key witness in the massacre, and no it has been revealed that he has somehow slipped through the net and his whereabouts are officially "unknown".
This discovery emerged shortly after it was revealed that Campos was shot before the shooting massacre has started, and not after as the "official" narrative had claimed.
Jesus Campos was hailed a hero after it was reported that he was shot whilst trying to stop suspected shooter Stephen Paddock from shooting out of the window of his 32nd-floor hotel suite.
During a press conference earlier this week, Las Vegas Sheriff Lombard backtracked on this story to say he was shot before the shooting had started.
This confession completely changed the timeline of events and proved that the "hero" security guard narrative was false.
A news broke of his mysterious disappearance, investigative reporter Laura Loomer visited the home of Mandalay Bay hero Jesus Campos.
Late on Thursday night, she met with a security guard outisde of Campos' home who confirmed they had "no idea" where he was.
She uploaded the video to her Twitter feed which shows her speaking to a guard outside his home.
He wouldn't say who is paying his company to guard the home, although he doesn't look like the FBI or government has hired the man.
On Thursday night Laura Loomer paid a second home visit to Jesus Campos’s home in Las Vegas, which confirmed that Jesus is missing.
Media scrum tonight as we learn security officer shot in Vegas attack, Jesus Campos’ whereabouts are unknown. pic.twitter.com/Jk09tRlPsX— Stephanie Wash (@WashNews) October 13, 2017
Jesus Campos was set to do 5 intvs tonight per union president, but they’ve lost contact. “We were in a room & we came out & he was gone”— Stephanie Wash (@WashNews) October 13, 2017
Campos isn't the first witness to mysteriously vanish, as earlier this week, a Mandalay Bay hotel valet worker also disappeared.
Chad Nishimura gave a statement to Hawaiian ABC affiliate, KITV4 News saying that he parked the suspected gunman, Stephen Paddock's, car and said that he was a "normal guy" who "didn't have many bags".
The most disturbing part though is that Hawaii native Nishimura has completely vanished since the report was published, with all of his social media accounts being scrubbed from the internet.
Friends and colleagues say he has been "totally unreachable for days" since shortly after the horrific massacre that left 59 dead and hundreds more injured.