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Footage Of 'Muzzle Flashes' From Helicopter During Las Vegas Shooting

False flag: victims may have been fire at from the air

By: Daniel Newton  |@NeonNettle
 on 16th October 2017 @ 12.47pm
new footage has emerged that las vegas shooting victims were actually fired upon from the air © press
new footage has emerged that Las Vegas shooting victims were actually fired upon from the air.

As more and more anomalies surface around the Las Vegas shooting, new footage has emerged that victims were actually fired upon from the air.

Multiple videos have been posted from the scene of the attack show a helicopter flying close to the area at the time of the shooting showing "muzzle flashes' coming from the aircraft.

The jaw-dropping video shows strange flashes coming from the helicopter as many speculate that it could be evidence that a "team of shooters" were firing into the crowd from the air. 

Is this evidence of a false flag?

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The daily sheeple reports Astonishingly, new footage has emerged that may show muzzle flashes coming from the helicopter in what looks to be evidence that a team was firing into the crowd from the air on that fateful night.

Despite claims by some that these are “strobes” it remains unlikely that this is the case, especially when you consider other footage of the helicopter taken on the night as well as research by a group of investigators who believe the first attack on October 1st was carried out from the air.

Notice how the shooting seems to stop immediately after the helicopter goes behind the hotel?

The following two videos look into the possibility that this was a coordinated air attack:

At the very least the above evidence deserves further attention. Consider the fact that we already have 100% proof that authorities have openly lied about what happened during the massacre.

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