Something is wrong with this whole Vegas situation… the time line is way off

Something is wrong with this whole Vegas situation… the time line is way off

THE DIRTY ARMY:  Nik, thank you for recognizing that there may be more than meets the eye with this Vegas situation. I don’t know if this was a cover-up or a conspiracy or a “false flag” and people will give you dozens of reasons that point every which way, but the single most important point for you to consider that something is definitely wrong here is the time line for which the dead were identified. The incident happened at 10pm on Sunday night. The shooter killed a large amount of people and their dead bodies lay on that field. Some of the dying were transported to the hospital but by legal procedure, a person who has died by what looks to be a crime, which this obviously was, must remain in that exact location until they can be properly moved and that can only happen after a thorough investigation of “what could have happened” to them.

So, for a given real world situation, that area was a crime scene and the CSI units would have to set up only when that area was cleared and deemed safe which would have taken hours. For this argument, let’s just say 4-5 hours to make the area safe to investigate. So that puts us at around 2-3am, Monday morning. Then assembling the teams of police, CSI, medical examiners and homicide detectives to investigate the crime scene would take another say 4-5 hours minimum and that’s just to get to the scene and set up. If all goes without delay, this puts us now at around 8-9 am Monday morning. Note that a typical homicide investigation for the initial incident where a body is found to where the body is actually moved to a morgue would take anywhere from 4-18 hours. That is on a per person basis.

Continue Reading- Good to know how a death massacre procedure works.- nik

If you don’t think those hours are accurate or correct, think of just a single car accident where someone has died. I’m sure in your years you have come across an accident like that and it shuts down streets and/or highways for hours and hours while a dozen people work to understand what happened to cause the death. So, the crime scene is safe and the investigation is going on and let’s say it is going very fast which it never does and so by Monday early afternoon, bodies are starting to get tagged and moved to a morgue. Now you have 50+ bodies at the one morgue in Clark County Las Vegas with a staff of eight. The body is then cleaned and examined to determine a true “cause of death”. Then the identification process takes place so that a death certificate can be filled out. That person could have identification such as a driver’s license, etc., on them but that is not reliable information and so that is the reason why every dead body must be identified either via the “next of kin” process or by DNA evidence.

This positive identification of the dead is crucial as that sets the stage for every legal action to take place including possible lawsuits, insurance claims, etc.,. This is the part of the process in death that takes the longest as it is so crucial. Most medical examiners for a single person who died of a crime take upwards of 2-14 days to make that determination. Relatives would have to be notified to fly out to identify bodies. DNA evidence would be needed for those with traumatic head wounds such as the girl by Dan Blizerian’s account, he saw some girl get “shot in the face next to me, her brains fucking hanging out” . An injury such as that to the head by a large caliber bullet would probably render that person unrecognizable and so DNA evidence would be crucial to make identification.

Considering all of the above that had to take place, it would have taken days if not weeks to positively identify just one person who died at that concert. It was reported that 58 people died. Think of how long it would take working round the clock to positively identify that many people who died at that concert. That’s a reality we can’t overlook. The shooting happened Sunday night at 10pm. By Monday morning, not 12 hours after the shooting, the first pics of those who died were on the internet. Within 24-36 hours of the shooting the vast majority of all those who “died” have been listed on the internet which means that all had to have been positively identified as dead (and not just missing) and then the kicker… all the dead listed with full bios and pictures already in place. That all happened far too quickly. Tells me that something is not right. Please keep on top of this Nik. We need the truth and I know you will give that to us.

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  1. Diego the Taco MakerOctober 5, 2017 at 7:54 PM

    I see Russian bots are invading this site.

  2. MeOctober 5, 2017 at 7:36 PM

    Vegas is a small town. The event had many locals attend. We all know someone who was shot and/or killed. Not fake.

  3. Tricia E.October 5, 2017 at 3:10 PM

    This is the most intelligent post to EVER be submitted to this site. WTF?

  4. NahOctober 5, 2017 at 2:28 PM

    Many families were the ones to release the names of the deceased to the media. These people may have been there and witnessed these people die, or someone who was with them contacted the family to let them know. There are many cases where the family and friends would know before the coroner has officially identified the body. Case in point, one of the victims from the Las Vegas shooting worked for the same company I do. His family released the information, and people at work were aware even before it was reported in the media.

  5. PorcupineOctober 5, 2017 at 2:12 PM

    22000 people need to be interviewed. However most have probably fled the scene.

  6. jack.hahnOctober 5, 2017 at 1:39 PM

    Based on their page sponsor photographs, I don’t think Jerzy and Showtek are buying the “official” version, either.

  7. PorcupineOctober 5, 2017 at 1:14 PM

    Omg finally lol it’s so clear this was a false flag attack I think this is def more than meets the eye…. all injured 500 should be interviewed for they may have additional info. Just cause someone evidently got shot doesn’t mean they weren’t in on it or are innocent

  8. McDoucheOctober 5, 2017 at 1:10 PM

    Same writing style as the previous post about the LV shootings. Is the OP a writer for Fox news? Put the pipe down.