Health Ranger Mike Adams changes hats to make a scientific acoustic analysis of the shots fired during the Mandalay Bay massacre and he came up with what he offers as strong evidence that a second shooter was present and engaged in the attack.
He presents his evidence and his method for arriving at that determination and invites law enforcement, particularly the FBI to use what he developed or contact him for more information.
Adams is an avid shooter himself, who happens to be armed during the presentation, so he’s familiar with the behavior and function of firearms. He calculated the difference between the sound of the .223 rounds hitting the pavement and the subsequent report to determine the distance from which they were fired.
It’s not unlike counting the seconds between a lightning flash and the associated thunder to determine its distance away. He came up with a chart listing times and distances from the various videos and determined that there were two shooters. One of them matches the distance from the Mandalay Bay Casino to the concert grounds of between 425 to 475 yards.
The other sound difference indicates a distance of approximately 250 yards away, which places him somewhere other than at Mandalay Bay. Adams draws a circle with a radius of 250 yards from the fairgrounds and comes up with three locations that provide the clear line of sight necessary for the shot to be fired consistent with his findings.
He recommends that the FBI investigate those locations, two of them buildings and one a mound of dirt, as shown on Google Maps. He also recommends that the FBI gather up the various videos from the night of the incident and perform the same calculations and analysis that he just did in order to determine precisely the location through triangulation, determining the points of intersection and overlap between other videos.
He goes on to remind us that many of those at the concert and police as well reported a second shooter that night. He asks if the police and FBI have matched up the expended brass to the number of rounds believed to have been fired or to the sound recordings evidence. If the numbers don’t match up, maybe they should be looking for them on that 250 yard radius. They might want to do that right now.
Why was the FBI so anxious to declare a single shooter. What is on that video that he supposedly had set up to record his own actions? Why, once again, are they dismissing the witness statements that disagree with their working theory?
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