You can add to your facts list now, because we have newly modified facts. The security guard (Campos) was not shot after the outdoor shooting ended, despite the Sheriff’s office last Wednesday (3 days after the shootings) saying, Campos “had notified his dispatch, which was absolutely critical to us, knowing the location, as well as advising the responding officers as they arrived.”
Now we’ve learned from Sheriff Lombardo that, “Mr. Campos was encountered by the suspect prior to his shooting to the outside world.” (A new timeline was also issued yesterday – 8 days after the shooting – showing that Campos was shot six minutes before ANY outside shooting was begun.) And they’ve now added that Paddock shot 200 rounds into the hallway when discovering Campos out in the hall. What happened between the shooting of Campos (who was shot only once in the leg despite 200 rounds heading in his direction!) and the commencing of the mass shooting has not been publicly revealed. We just now know that police actually did not know where the shooting was coming from while it was going on.
Additionally, the Sheriff has revised Paddock’s check-in date backwards from 28 September to 25 September.
For this latest factual rendition, check the ever-accurate NYT-West (L.A. edition) for the Sheriff’s quotes:
"Ye hear of wars in far countries, and you say that there will soon be great wars in far countries, but ye know not the hearts of men in your own land."