Documents Reveal Second Shooter Spotted Brandishing “Automatic High-Powered” Rifle Near Route 66 Music Festival

(Tea Party 247) – Nothing about the horrific October 1, 2017 shooting at the Route 66 music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada makes any sense at all.

The only consistency with the official narrative is that nothing is consistent.

There are dozens of reports of multiple shooters, shootings at other casinos, terror threats at other locations, mysterious men in tactical gear spotted, multiple women yelling out that everyone at the festival was going to die, and an official investigation that ended with no motive given as to why Stephen Paddock, a seemingly completely random guy with nothing remotely remarkable about him just went and shot hundreds of people that fateful night with a hotel room packed full of weapons and ammunition.

Over time, as more 911 calls, body cam footage, and witness testimony were released, the facts added up even less.

This account is all too familiar, but no more enlightening, than all the others portraying various anomalies in the collection of information we have on the shooting.

A woman who attended the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival told investigators from the FBI that she saw a second shooter firing a high-powered automatic rifle from a parking lot located on the east side of the venue.

She explained that she and about 20 other attendees managed to escape the venue grounds and head northeast toward the Tropicana during the third volley of gunfire.

“When she reached the parking lot, she saw a person whom she did not believe was an officer with an automatic high-powered rifle firing his gun,” the report says. “She ran past him and left the festival grounds ducking into the Tropicana.”

The eyewitness believed that the second shooter was located underneath the kitchen or laundry room of the Tropicana, which is the exact same location that Joe Napoli, another witness, saw brass shell casings scattered throughout the parking lot as reported by Intellihu on November 12, 2017.

Route 91 massacre survivor Joe Napoli retraced the path in which he and several of his colleagues took on the night of the massacre as they fled the concert venue along with thousands of others as volley after volley of bone-rattling gunfire pierced the air and bullets pummeled scores of innocent victims.

According to the official story, the gunfire kicked off just a few songs into Jason Aldean’s set.

At around 10:05 p.m. when a mad gunman reportedly opened fire from his 32nd-floor hotel room window killing 58.

During the live-stream, Napoli led Goodman and viewers down the exact path in which he and his associates took during their narrow escape.

Once Napoli arrived in the southeast parking lot of the Tropicana with Goodman he was able to point out the exact area in which he had witnessed “about a dozen” shell casings strewn across the parking lot in between 11:30 and 11:40 p.m.

“[…] I saw casings right here,” the witness said as he pointed at a specific area of the parking lot. “So there were beer cans, there were empty drink cups, and there were maybe a dozen brass inch-and-a-half to two-inch tubes spread out.”

“I don’t know how anybody else didn’t see them but we ran right over them,” he said.

Napoli’s testimony gives credence to other eyewitness accounts of multiple shooters.