The latest whereabouts of MGM “security guard” Jesus Campos is unknown. But in December, 2018 came news that MGM gave him a substantial gag settlement.
Campos signed a non-disclosure agreement with MGMRI. Campos received an all-expenses-paid trip and “gifted” two condos where he could reside, Castro claims. MGMRI hid Campos under guard at the Vdara Hotel and Spa after the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre for protection where his room and meals were provided, Castro said. The Baltimore Post Examiner contacted MGMRI seeking comment on several questions. MGMRI has not responded to the Baltimore Post-Examiner.
Winter Watch speculates that Las Vegas mass-shooting “hero” security-guard is in fact a false persona, and a cutout. Evidence came forth suggesting that there was no “Jesus Campos” shot in the leg on the 32nd floor of the MGM Mandalay on the night of Oct. 1, 2017. There probably wasn’t a Stephen Paddock either.
Almost as amazing, Fox News has one journalist who acts like a real investigative reporter. The fact that Tucker Carlson was able to go on the air and say what he said in the following must-view video suggests that there may have been white hats behind the scenes trying to expose the fraudulent staged deception in Las Vegas. Of course, this could also be yet more stagecraft and misdirection.
On his news program, Carlson stated that he received a leaked Customs Department document that shows Jesus Campos came through the U.S. border at San Ysidro, California, FROM Mexico in a rented vehicle with a California license plate on Oct. 8, 2017, exactly one week after the mass shooting in Vegas, during which he allegedly took at A.R. round to the leg while in the hallway of MGM’s Mandalay Bay Resort.
This suggests an implausible scenario in which a man with a severe bullet wound took a road trip of at least 700-miles trip (counting from the border crossing) less than one week after his injury, returning just two days before his award ceremony, which was followed by a guest appearance on the “Ellen” show where he looked 35-lbs. heavier, 10 years younger, with a rounder face, and six shades tanner in just one week. A security guard union representative told Fox News the organization was aware of his trip to Mexico.
Besides the glaring appearance differences between this unlicensed security guard “Campos” at his award ceremony versus the “Campos” who appeared on the “Ellen” show, nobody really has any details about medical treatment — or really any other details at all about Campos, as Carlson points out. But why would police and the FBI even allow a wounded key eyewitness to leave the country just days after a mass shooting?
When queried about the preposterous chain of events, a sheriff’s spokesperson said, “Jesus Campos is a victim and we don’t speak about victims.”
Winter Watch’s theory is that this Campos is a fake persona that was brought in from the outside to play a role. The fact that the Crime Syndicate resorted to this suggests botched planning in the Jesus Campos part of the operation and canned narrative.
In the midst of all this, in an Oct. 6, 2017, lugenpresse story, ABC News claimed to have reached the elusive Jesus Campos via telephone on Wednesday night, Oct. 4.
Campos told ABC, “I’m fine.”
Other than a rehash of the official narrative, ABC offered absolutely nothing else from Campos. One would think that if the wounded Campos was in Mexico during this “phone conversation,” wouldn’t it be worth mentioning in the story? Wouldn’t that be the real news? Yet, there’s no mention of this.
Campos is a ghost — that is, with one exception. On Oct. 10, just nine days after being shot, he managed to limp into a steakhouse to receive an award for bravery from his fellow security officers. The following image is a blurry photo of that event, which was held at Jean Georges Steakhouse in Las Vegas.
The whole ceremony had a “Weekend at Bernie’s” quality to it. This image, which appears to be Photoshopped (see second photo), was also taken of the recently wounded Campos in a standing pose.
Next Campos and what looks like his handler walked on to the set of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” looking no worse for the wear — just two weeks after taking an A.R. round in the leg. It also looked like Campos had been hitting the buffet bars hard since his photos one week prior at the Oct. 10 “award ceremony.” On Oct. 10, he knots his tie right over left. On the 17th, he knots it left over right. How is this even remotely credible?
Notice the handler rubbing his back several times throughout the interview. Here is Campos’ facial appearance in the Oct. 17 interview compared to the Oct. 10 “awards ceremony.” One is oval-faced, the other square.
Campos in the video of the interview below describes the stairwell doors as being barricaded by “metal brackets holding the doors in place.” DeGeneres was scripted enough to point out and clarify to the whole world that the inner stairwell door was barricaded. That’s what she is pointing to.
Unfortunately for the storytellers, the inner door opens into the stairwell, not away from it. Campos also says explicitly that he saw the barricade metal brackets from his viewpoint in the hallway. Nao combinam.
Campos fabricated his narrative about seeing a barricade on the door, facing the hallway. That isn’t possible given the SWAT testimony. Campos explicitly says he saw the barricade from the 32nd floor. NOT POSSIBLE. Skip to minute 00:03:57 in the video to hear the officer state the barricade was “in the stairwell.” Incidentally, SWAT members are equipped with cams. Where’s the footage?
In fact, both doors open toward the staircase, so the barricade wouldn’t work. Here are two girls in Mandalay Bay filming this. You only need to watch from 00:00:08 to 00:00:15 to see both of the doors swing inward. If you need more confirmation, at 00:08:54 the girls return through the doors toward the hallway, and you can clearly see the door-closing mechanism and the doors.
An epic fail in the annals of staged deceptions.
A security officer responsible for guarding Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino’s 32nd-floor stairwell entrance says he doesn’t know who Jesus Campos is and has never seen him. The officer’s shocking admission was captured on video by reporter Jason Goodman, who was walking the hotel with Joe Napoli while live-streaming via YouTube.
The two men entered the 32nd-floor after descending a stairwell from the 33rd-floor when he encountered the guard who was blocking entry to the 32nd-floor where Stephen Paddock’s suite was located. The security guard told Goodman that he has “no idea” if the floor was shot up or not and answered “no” when asked if he knew or had even seen Campos.
Adding to the subterfuge came a new revelation in August 2018 concerning Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley. According to credit application data, the Australian national reported as part of a loan application that she worked for the FBI. That’s the same Danley whose fingerprints were found on Paddock’s horde of ammunition packed into unused rifle magazines. Publicly available intelligence obtained from consumer credit reporting bureaus show Danley claimed the “Federal Bureau of Investigation” as her place of employment.
Reports of the mass shooting made international news, yet there’s not one photo of her, not one interview with her and not one sighting of her anywhere since the event. There’s only one, brief, grainy video clip of an unidentifiable woman with face blocked that we are told is her being escorted unrestrained in wheelchair at Los Angeles International Airport. Her escorts appear to be two local cops and one airport worker, though news reports claimed an army of law enforcement and FBI agents met her plane.