The man of the hour has resurfaced, or did he resurrect?
Jesus Campos is one of the most critical figures of the Vegas shooting. The official timeline has been changed based on his actions three times now, and just as he was set to go on Sean Hannity, he literally disappeared!
For more than four days he was completely off the radar, but that’s ok, Vegas law enforcement and the FBI didn’t consider him a person of interest, so they weren’t going to call him ‘missing.’ In other words, “Mr. Campos, you have the right to disappear.”
Campos’ disappearance was just fuel to the fire for internet conspiracy theorists, and now his return only adds to the bizarre fringes the narrative has been stretched to.
He shares with Ellen what the whole experience was like,
“I felt the burning sensation. I went to go lift my pant leg up and I saw the blood.”
Campos said he was walking down the hall to inspect a door that was left open, or would not close. When he got there he saw that the door was actually bracketed from the other side.
“There was a metal bracket holding the door in place…that was just out of the ordinary. It’s not normal.”
He thought he heard a drilling sound coming from Paddock’s room, and that’s what prompted engineer, Stephen Schuck, to come to the floor as well, and when another heavy door closed it distracted Paddock and that’s when the first hail of bullets were unleashed.
“I believed that’s what caught the shooter’s attention. As I was walking down, I heard rapid fire. At first I took cover. I felt the burning sensation. I went to go lift my pant leg up and I saw the blood.”
Schuck, retells how he initially perceived the gunfire. Who would have expected to hear automatic gunfire like that? It’s understandable that he thought he heard a jackhammer. His mind was just not capable of processing a scene like he stumbled into.
“Once I got more than halfway is when I saw Jesus, and I started to hear shooting,” Schuck said. “And I thought – at the time I didn’t know it was shooting – I thought it was a jackhammer and, as an engineer, I thought, ‘we are not working up here late at night. We wouldn’t be doing that.’”
“I understand your reluctance, because I understand you just want this to be over. So you’re talking about it now, and then you’re not going to talk about it again, and I don’t blame you. Because, why relive this over and over again? But it’s helpful for people to understand what a hero you are. Because you, being shot in the leg saved so many people’s lives.”
She concludes with,
“We just wanted to celebrate you. That’s why you’re here today.”
If you didn’t catch what was happening, we’re officially back to the original narrative.
Originally we were told that Campos disrupted the shooting. Paddock wasn’t drilling, those were gunshots. Then Vegas police said that Campos was shot prior to the massacre.
Now we’re back to the original story.
Campos has resurfaced for one brief moment in time to say what he needs to say. Now this statement becomes history. There are still plenty of questions to which, like most tragic events we’ll never get the answers to.
Only because the story has been so murky, makes it hard to believe that we’ve actually heard the last of Mr. Campos, and that this story is far from over.