MGM says police timeline of Vegas massacre ‘may not be accurate’

MGM issued a statement Tuesday night questioning the “most recent” timeline that was provided by police for the Las Vegas massacre — saying it “may not be accurate.”

“This remains an ongoing investigation with a lot of moving parts,” said MGM Resorts spokesperson Debra DeShong. “As evidenced by law enforcement briefings over the past week, many facts are still unverified and continue to change as events are under review. We cannot be certain about the most recent timeline that has been communicated publicly, and we believe what is currently being expressed may not be accurate.”

  • Starlord

    This whole thing stinks to high heaven.

  • bob e

    the ole days of a straight investigation are long gone ..

  • ntt1

    its hard to construct a coherent time line when the keystone cops of the FBI are removing or suppressing evidence

  • ntt1

    its hard to construct a coherent time line when the keystone cops of the FBI are removing or supressing evidence

    • I read Paddocks house was broken into.

      • ntt1

        there is still the issue of the 3rd floor muzzle flashes caught on the cabby’s video. they correspond with recorded shots. yes there was no broken window but those heavy duty panes are designed to be replaced quickly/easily from inside the room they float in a solid rubber gasket. or did the extra gunman rappel down to the lower level we will never know because comeys boys are lookin into it.

        • Jabberwokk

          Paul Joseph Watson already debunked that. Repelling equipment would have been clearly visible and replacement based on the video would be quite impossible based on the time.

          Belive what you want and I will happily concede if evidence, somehow, proves you correct. I on the other hand will make judgements based on evidence and not Tom Clancy level conspiracies.

      • Jabberwokk

        Yup. So much for security being super competent. Turns out there as fallible and prone to deception as the rest of us.

  • I can understand at first things being rather hazy.

    At this point in the investigation, no.

  • robins111

    In an interesting development, one of the people interviewed and had their property searched in relation to this. Just committed murder/ suicide.