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LAS VEGAS (INTELLIHUB) — Several minutes before the 1 October massacre commenced, a man sitting at a bus stop near Mandalay Bay was approached by a nervous red-haired man who was wearing black clothing and appeared to have foreknowledge of what was about to go down at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival where 58 people lost their lives just moments later, a police report obtained by Intellihub suggests.
According to the witness:
On October 1, 2017, I was waiting for the SDX bus on Las Vegas Blvd. and Hacienda. I arrived there at the bus stop at 10 p.m. I was approached by a white male (10:03 p.m.) at the bus stop. He asked me if I believe in God. He said say a prayer for what’s about to happen tonight. The male asked how to get to the festival and how to get a ticket. He then started to talk to other people at the bus stop. The bus picked me up moments later.
The witness went on to state in the report that the man was white, approximately 5′-8″ tall, with medium length red hair, no beard, and was missing three of his teeth (much like the patsy placed in room 32-235).
Additionally, the witness pointed out that the man’s eyes appeared to be “bloodshot and glossy” and maintained that the suspicious man was wearing “black shorts and a black sweater” and “seem nervous and anxious.”
“He wanted to spread the word” and “briefly looked up at Mandalay Bay” as he was talking, the man explained.
— Intellihub (@intellihubnews) May 17, 2018