Public’s Confidence Level Low In Vegas Cover Story

The LVMPD knows the motive behind the attack, but the FBI will not allow us to release the motive because it implicates the FBI in illegal arms deals and supplying arms to ISIS terrorists within U.S. borders.

A mysterious, heavily redacted g-mail circulating in the social media – click image for full size

Las Vegas – An unconfirmed g-mail attributed to an official source unable to speak publicly alleges that the Las Vegas massacre was a wild west shoot-out between an undercover FBI operative and ISIS soldiers seeking firearms and ammo.

The heavily redacted document made its appearance on an unidentified social media forum earlier today.

This is the legible text:

The LVMPD knows the motive behind the attack, but the FBI will not allow us to release the motive because it implicates the FBI in illegal arms deals and supplying arms to ISIS terrorists within U.S. borders.

Stephen Paddock was an undercover FBI agent who participated in multiple illegal arms deals in the Las Vegas area in a gun running entrapment scheme similar to Fast and Furious. Paddock thought he was engaging in another routine arms transfer, but ISIS operatives who were going to meet him learned about the entrapment scheme and Paddock’s true identity. They killed him and carried out the massacre, and then fled the scene. Leland Yee has a lot to do with this.

Everything is being kept under extreme wraps because 1) armed ISIS terrorists are still at large and 2) this is very embarrassing to the FBI and they don’t want their scheme to become public knowledge.

One may reach a cloud-based dropbox file of the image by clicking here. 

The g-mail has an air of political intrigue lending it some credence to both liberal and conservative readers who follow California politics.

Leland Yee is a former California State Senator from San Francisco whose district included parts of the city and the peninsula. After a failed bid for Mayor, he set his sights on Secretary of State and in an attempt to raise campaign funds, he was caught promising guns to an undercover FBI agent in a sting operation. Yee served time behind federal bars for the crime after entering a guilty plea in February, 2016.

Much speculation has circulated on social media sites since the Sunday night massacre that left 59 dead and more than 500 persons wounded in an onslaught of full automatic arms fire.

Many people gave the opinion that something about the story released on mainstream media was not only confusing, but seemed full of holes – while it bore just enough resemblance to other legends, other operations gone wrong to have the malodorous air of green government baloney.

Hoax, trial balloon, fishing lure, or truthful revelation from a civil war waged on American soil, the intrigue is as solid as anything of its type ever may be. C’est la guerre…

So mote it be.

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Biker’s Spot News Out of Vegas Hits Hard



Reporting by Blake Taylor

Somewhere in Cyberspace – Stephen Paddock, 64, of Mesquite, Nevada, used a hammer to break out two tempered glass windows in his room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.

And then he rained hell and hot lead on 22,000 unsuspecting people having a good time listening to the tunes at the Route 91 concert.

Paddock, an accountant with millions at his disposal was a pilot and a wheeler dealer who liked to gamble, according to his brother, who said he could recall no especial political bent about his brother.

He and a female companion named Marilou Danley, 62, had been holed up in the hotel room with 10 guns, obviously some of them automatic, and about 400 pounds of ammo. Curiously, housekeeping staff said they never noticed the artillery when they tidied up each day.

Paddock and his brother reportedly had no criminal background, but their father was a serial bank robber who spent a lot of time behind bars.

At last count, some 59 persons are dead in the bloody onslaught and 515 injured.

Our correspondent, Blake Taylor, prayed for Vegas, for us all, and he began his report by saying, “This is not about politics…”



Twin Peaks: To Recuse Judge Matt Johnson

Matt Clendennen is THE VICTIM OF THE POLITICAL OPPORTUNISM OF ABELINO REYNA, according to the recusal motion filed today  

54th Criminal District Judge Matt Johnson must recuse himself, said Dallas defense attorney, because his former partner is a witness

Waco  – The writ served on the 54th Criminal District Court to day could not be more clear or straightforward.

A judge should recuse himself if his impartiality might be questioned because of the appearance of bias or personal knowledge of disputed evidence in a case.

There is a citation of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, P. 18b.

But a judge MUST recuse himself when a lawyer with whom the judge previously practiced law has been a material witness concerning the proceeding.

F. Clinton Broden, the attorney representing former Scimitars MC member Matthew Clendennen served the motion on the Court today. Its chief allegation of complaint is twofold.

First, Judge Matt Johnson cannot serve as judge because he and DA Abel Reyna for a number of years practiced in partnership; secondly, the Judge heard a similar motion to disqualify Reyna in which he, Broden proved up the fact that Reyna made himself a necessary complaining witness by taking over the Waco Police investigation of the violent debacle and police massacre at Twin Peaks Restaurant on May 17, 2015.

Nine died; twenty suffered gunshot wounds, most of them from police assault rifles.

Reyna ordered his staff to prepare an affidavit of warrantless arrest and had it served by his order on 177 persons because they were wearing the patches of motorcycle clubs. He alleged they are members of an outlaw criminal gang and their patches prove that.

He furthermore lied on the witness stand when he told the Court with Johnson sitting on the bench that the Detective who signed the affidavit he had cautioned that he must assure himself that he has personal knowledge of the allegations as to the defendants’ engaging in organized criminal activity.

When recalled to the witness stand, Detective Manuel Chavez testified that he never spoke or even saw Abel Reyna on that date, May 17, 2015.

Broden cites a case known as Ex Parte Ellis, 275 S.W. 3d 109, 116 (Tex. App. -Austin 2008) in which the holding is that “When deciding a recusal motion, courts must use an objective reasonable person test. Indeed, ‘the proper inquiry is whether a reasonable member of the public at large, knowing all the facts in the public domain concerning the judge and the case would have a reasonable doubt the judge is actually impartial. This “standard has been adopted in order that the public, i.e., the person on the street, might have confidence in the judiciary…”

Two visiting judges have ruled in four cases that 19th Criminal District Judge Ralph T. Strother cannot pass such a test when applied to his actions in the Twin Peaks affair.

Judge Johnson overruled and denied the previous motion for Reyna’s disqualification, which motion was reversed by the 10th District Court of Appeals at Waco, and then overruled by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on an appeal by the prosecution. That is the state’s highest tribunal in which criminal matters may be appealed.

Matt Clendennen is completely innocent of the charge, it says in the writ.

Broden argues that all evidence points out that Clendennen participated in no violence, that he fled the scene and took refuge in a restroom when a fight erupted in the parking lot.

The writ filed today points out that, “Thus, when considering a motion to recuse, one must consider more than whether or not the judge has a personal bias against the movant. In addition, one must consider the objective issue of whether a reasonable person would have doubts about the judge’s impartiality.

“Finally, it bears repeating that any reasonable doubt is resolved in favor of recusal. Birkett, 196 S.W.3dd at 896.”

“Abelino Reyna will be a material witness at trial,”  the motion vows.

Apparently, it matters not who the judge may be, the DA will be called as a defense witness to prove up his involvement as an investigator who became involved by interfering with a police investigation.

The defense strategy will be focussed on letting the jurors find the determinations of two facts:

“Mr. Clendennen’s defense at any trial in this matter will be two parts. First, that he is completely innocent, and, second, that he is the victim of the political opportunism of Abelino Reyna,” according to the recusal motion signed by F. Clinton Broden.(cllick here to read the entire motion)


Obviously such information could be of great importance to a defendant seeking to learn the identity of persons potentially involved in providing information regarding a case or persons being called for leads or background information. – McLennan County Administrator Dustin Chapman 

Waco – This public information act request has been kicking around the rancho road between Six Shooter and Ostentatious for quite some time, now. It’s kind of interesting, this quest for information about who knew what, when , and who they let know all about it.

Just saying.

So mote it be.

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