Newly released officer-worn body camera footage from the night of 1 October 2017 reveals how police were locked out of the elevator bank which prevented their quick access to Mandalay Bay’s 32nd-floor where the alleged shooter Stephen Paddock was firing upon crowd goers who were attending the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival.

Astonishingly in the footage, an officer can be heard telling a member of the Special Weapons and Tactics Team, a.k.a. SWAT, that the maintainance man who locked out the elevator bank leading to the floor from which the attack was being carried out never returned with the keys as promissed and could have been working with the attackers.

“The guy that locked these out, I told him to bring them [the keys] down,” he said. “I don’t know where he went.”

“I don’t know if he could have been working with them or not,” he added. “I would go to thirty because we own this elevator.”

Moreover, the officer said: “We might have the two guys locked down on 29 and on 32.”

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