Vegas security guard admits “no windows were shot out at Mandalay Bay” during attack

A seemingly credible security guard told investigators on Monday that there were no broken windows at Mandalay Bay during the attack, confirming what Intellihub's Shepard Ambellas reported back in May.

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A lead security guard who was working on the strip outside Fat Burger at 3763 S Las Vegas Blvd on the night of the 1 October attack told investigators collaborating with Intellihub on Monday that absolutely no windows were shot out of the Mandalay Bay during Stephen Paddock’s purported 32nd-floor ambush of concertgoers attending the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival.

The security guard admitted that “no windows were shot out at the Mandalay Bay hotel” during the attack.

The_StormIsHere Tweeted:





“Security Guard admitted to X-Cop Bart that “No Windows were shot out at the Mandalay Bay hotel!” He said the windows were bulletproof. He was on duty in front of the Fat Burger restaurant during the Las Vegas Shooting.”

This information dovetails with what Intellihub’s Shepard Ambellas reported back in May.

Additionally, Intellihub posted a 911 call (#31) in the infamous Timeline of Hell report in which a mother had called 911 to report that her daughter, a cashier at Fat Burger, had been shot just seconds prior at 11:17 p.m. which is over an hour after the shooting at the venue had reportedly ended.

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Cop inside Route 91 venue: It's close I can smell the gunpowder

*Listen to 911 call #1025 HERE

The security guard also confirmed that the windows were not even broken out the next morning “during the day.”

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