The sheriff revealed a startling fact about the Las Vegas shooting

The investigation into the shooting at Las Vegas has raised more questions than it has answered.

No motive has been discovered and many question the official story out by law enforcement.

That all changed when the Las Vegas sheriff revealed one stunning face.

Sheriff Joe Lombardo dropped a bombshell that the FBI has an ongoing investigation into a person of interest other than the shooter or his girlfriend.



But he also declared that no charges would be brought against the shooter’s girlfriend and that the gunman was the only suspect in the case.

The Daily Caller reports:

“Las Vegas sheriff Joe Lombardo revealed that there is an ongoing FBI case against an “individual of federal interest” other than Stephen Paddock or his girlfriend Marilou Danley.

Paddock opened fire on a country music festival on Oct. 1, 2017, from a room in the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and injuring 546.

“We do not anticipate charges being brought forward against Marilou Danley,” Lombardo said in his first press conference on the shooting since October 2017.

“As to any other people, the FBI has an ongoing case against an individual of federal interest,” he continued. “I will not be able to elaborate on that statement as because it’s a pending investigation. Any further information in reference to that individual can be provided by the FBI.”

He also reiterated that Paddock was the only shooter responsible for the massacre and that he was the only suspect in the shooting. Lombardo also said that there was no evidence of any radicalization or ideological motivations for the shooting.”

This will add even more confusion to the investigation.

Lombardo stated the individual of interest may be arrested.



His remarks will only add fuel to the fire that investigators are hiding something or don’t have their act together.

Unfortunately so much misinformation has been put out that Americans no longer trust what they hear from the authorities on this case.

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