by Ruby Henley
Police Department. It is shocking to find that the coroner says Stephen Paddock died one day after he committed suicide.
“The autopsy report indicates they recovered a moderately deformed copper jacketed gray metal missile and fragment of copper jacket and gray metal between the occipital dura and partly into occipital skull. No corresponding exit. Trajectory front-to-back and upward.”
The following is Stephen Paddock’s autopsy report: baltimorepostexaminer.com/wp-content/uploads/2.pdf
This is the police report: www.scribd.com/document/369536524/Oct-1-Report
“ According to the Clark County Coroner Autopsy Report, Case Number: 17-10064, an autopsy examination was performed on the body tentatively identified as Paddock, Stephen Craig at the Clark County Office of the Coroner/Medical Examiner, on the 6th day of October 2017, commencing at 1622 hours. [4:22 p.m.]
The report indicates the Date of Death as 10-2-17 and the Time of Death as 1200 hours.
So, the coroner’s office is stating in its official autopsy report for Stephen Paddock that Paddock died on Monday, October 2, 2017 at 12 noon, one day after he committed suicide as we were told by the police, was sometime on Sunday night, October 1, 2017, prior to the police making entry into his room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
If you consider the explanation that the autopsy report contains erroneous information, it is surprising; however, if you consider that the coroner’s report is correct, it is shocking. For the Police report and the Coroner’s report to be in conflict, one must ask why.
Clark County Coroner, John Fudenberg and Clark County Sheriff, Joe Lombardo need to get together and correct this shocking discrepancy.
Now, I want to talk about a government project, and for any of you who doubt its validity here is the following: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_MKNAOMI
“MKNAOMI was the code name for a joint Department of Defense/CIA research program lasting from the 1950s through the 1970s. Unclassified information about the MKNAOMI program and the related Special Operations Division is scarce. It is generally reported to be a successor to the MKULTRA project and to have focused on biological projects including biological warfare agents—specifically, to store materials that could either incapacitate or kill a test subject and to develop devices for the diffusion of such materials.
During the first twenty years of its establishment, the CIA engaged in various projects designed to increase U.S. biological and chemical warfare capabilities. Project MKNAOMI was initiated to provide the CIA with a covert support base to meet its top-secret operational requirements. The purpose was to establish a robust arsenal within the CIA’s Technical Services Division (TSD) of various lethal and incapacitating materials. This would enable the TSD to serve as a highly maintained center for the circulation of biological and chemical materials.
Surveillance, testing, upgrading, and the evaluation of special materials and items were also provided by MKNAOMI so as to ensure that no defects and unwanted contingencies emerged during operational conditions. For these purposes the U.S. Army’s Special Operations Command (SOC) was assigned to assist the CIA in the development, testing, and maintenance procedures for the biological agents and delivery systems (1952). Both the CIA and SOC also modified guns that fired special darts coated with biological agents and various poisonous pills. The darts would serve to incapacitate guard dogs, infiltrate the area that the dogs were guarding, and then awaken the dogs upon exiting the facility. In addition, the SOC was also designated to research the potentials for using biological agents against other animals and crops.
A 1967 CIA memo which was uncovered by the Church Committee was confirmed to give evidence of at least three covert techniques for attacking and poisoning crops that had been examined under field biological weapons and Project MKNAOMI was dissolved. On February 14, 1970, a presidential order was given to outlaw all stockpiles of bacteriological weapons and nonliving toxins. However, despite this presidential order, a CIA scientist was able to acquire an estimated 11 grams of deadly shellfish toxin from SOC personnel at Fort Detrick. The toxin was then stored in a CIA laboratory where it remained undetected for over five years.”
So you have to accept that these mind control programs do exist and certainly have victimized citizens around the globe. Stephen Paddock had a top security clearance and had worked most of his life for the government. This just makes me all the more suspicious.
The following questions must be asked, but will they ever be answered:
- Why didn’t Clark County Coroner, John Fudenberg, release Paddock’s autopsy report when ordered by the judge on January 30?
- How can the coroner’s office make a mistake and list the date of Paddock’s death as for Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 at 12 o’clock noon (1200 hours)?
- There is also no mention in the autopsy report, nor is it mentioned in the 81-page preliminary police report released by the LVMPD, on Paddock’s estimated time of death.
A question I have is what purpose did the hose and mouthpiece serve which was found in the room as evidence 97? Could this have been used by Paddock while experimenting on the prostitute who spent the evening with him? If Paddock was involved with government experimentation, this makes sense.
And another question which I have connected the hose and mouth piece, was Paddock concerned about government experimentation?
In another photo, you see cords plugged into an electrical outlet and led into a suitcase. There are so many bizarre pictures from Paddock’s room.
In Las Vegas news, someone in Las Vegas at this present time is attempting to kidnap young children As if the shooting of homeless people was not enough, now we hear this. It is as if the door to hell has been opened upon us, and Las Vegas is the door itself.
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