Why you shouldn’t believe anything the FBI says about Vegas shooting
By Jon Rappoport
No matter how the Vegas shooting investigation looks, the FBI is playing a large role. The forensics, in particular, would be checked by FBI techs and labs.
Vital lab analysis of weapons and ammunition and bullet-angles and cartridges and residue. Weapons Paddock had or didn’t have. Ammunition he had or didn’t have. Modifications he made or didn’t make to those weapons. How many different kinds of bullets were found in victims? What weapons did those bullets come from?
And depending on that evidence—were there multiple shooters, for example?
Should you believe the FBI’s analyses?
Are you kidding? The scurrilous reputation of the FBI in its handling of forensics is astonishing. Read on. Note: I’m saving the best for last:
In 2014-15, stories appeared in the press about the phenomenal corruption of the FBI evidence lab. But…
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