If you have followed any of my over 400-plus reports on the 2017 1 October Las Vegas shooting, you might know some helicopter activity officials kept tight-lipped.
I presented this information in great detail when I appeared on the Alex Jones Show in late October, causing a shitstorm in the media.
During the broadcast, I presented an isolated portion of the information I possessed at the time as a “theory” to fill in the blanks for the listening audience by explaining exactly how an air assault and extraction were possible. Even though I already saw enough evidence at the time to conclude helicopters were operating illegally. Moreover, they lurked in the airspace around the vicinity of the Route 91 venue before, during, and after the massacre.
The information was so heavy at the time that a team of ex-military contractors and bodyguards secured Jones and me as we did the LIVE broadcast to millions from the Infowars studio. For added protection, a fully-loaded .45 caliber Kimber 1911-style handgun sat below the desk line within reach of Jones and me as we did the show.
Partway into the broadcast, it was perceived by me that a special agent with the FBI likely phoned the Infowars studio, which added tension to the already thick air. Soon after, during the break, a staff member delivered a message to Alex to read that changed Jones’ demeanor. Around that time, Jones leaned into me and muttered, ‘I am not sending you to Vegas to do that film we were talking about. I don’t want to get you killed over this.’
And so it began.
Hopefully, withal, the following information will bring readers and the general public up-to-speed and demonstrate how the official lone-wolf narrative is a lie. Just remember this — hovering an aircraft in Las Vegas on the strip is illegal without a permit. Specific flight plans must be established and approved for all flights. Tour helicopters and air traffic do not have the authority to deviate from flight plans.
Without further ado, I’m simply presenting a timeline of events.
A timeline of events based on actual video and radar data captured from the night of the massacre
9:47 p.m. — A southward-bound Airbus EC130 helicopter displaying the callsign MH854 arrives just to the west side of Mandalay Bay and appears to hover, according to archived flight data records obtained from FlightRadar24.com.
9:49 p.m. — Two minutes later, a second southward-bound Airbus EC130 helicopter displaying the callsign MH848 arrives just to the west side of Mandalay Bay and appears to hover, radar data shows.
9:50 p.m. — A minute later, a third southward-bound Airbus EC130 helicopter displaying the callsign MH858 arrives just to the west side of Mandalay Bay and appears to hover, according to the data.
Video footage posted on November 17, 2017, on the itis flat YouTube channel establishes that MH854 and MH848 were flying southbound just to the west of Mandalay Bay as the radar shows between the hours of 9:47 and 9:49 p.m. The helicopters appear to be below the roofline of the Delano at approximately 350 feet above ground level. And although there is no visual evidence that a third chopper with the callsign MH858 arrived, flight radar data shows otherwise — this can’t be a glitch.
We have visual confirmation that at least two helicopters were flying southward just west of the Delano Hotel toward the positions in which they appear to hover on flight radar for approximately one minute before their transponder signals go dark altogether and can no longer appear on radar.
The source video
Using an unedited video posted to the Arch Angel Studios YouTube channel in its entirety on Oct. 2 as a reference point, I have managed to establish a solid timeline that syncs directly with flight radar data provided by FlightRadar24.com.
To better see and comprehend this data, I kindly ask that you watch the video in full-screen mode and experiment with adjusting the video’s speed to 25% by using the YouTube settings.
Based on my analysis, I have set the starting time for the Arch Angel Studios video to 10:01:29 p.m. local time, Oct. 1, 2017. With that, I have identified the first visible aircraft seen occupying the airspace between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay as the video starts.
The aircraft displayed the callsign FFT1122, which is Frontier Airlines flight F91122. The airliner just departed McCarran International Airport to the west and is en route to Cincinnati. The aircraft is on both video and radar (i.e., it exists).
The following image shows FFT1122 on the radar within the videographer’s line of sight between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay at precisely 10:01:30 p.m. local time, confirming the aircraft’s existence on both mediums.
The second aircraft occupied the airspace between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay at 10:04:36 p.m. and displayed the callsign FFT1116. The craft is Frontier Airlines flight F91116. The airliner just departed McCarran International Airport to the west and is en route to Cleveland.
Again, these visual/radar matches have allowed me to establish a baseline for this presentation.
The following image shows FFT1116 on the radar within the videographer’s line of sight between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay at precisely 10:04:36 p.m. local time.
A helicopter appears in the video but not on the radar
Between 10:02:06 p.m. and 10:02:23 p.m. (0:36-0:53 seconds into the video), a helicopter can be seen aloft in the airspace between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay, beyond the two buildings to the west. The aircraft appears to be flying well below the roofline of the two buildings and is moving slowly in a southeasterly direction. Furthermore, the helicopter appears to be emitting flashes inconsistent with FAA-approved running lights (i.e., the glimmers are not created by running lights.)
The following image illustrates how there is no aircraft showing on the radar for miles anywhere to the southwest of the hotels, yet, we have what appears to be a helicopter flying low, between the two hotels, from north to southeast, before appearing to take refuge behind the Mandalay Bay at 10:02:23 p.m.
Two tour helicopters return to base
At 10:02:47 p.m. (1:18 into the video) two helicopters overfly the New York New York and the Excalibur, just to the north of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival venue.
The two helicopters, N208SH and N213SH, are registered to Sundance Helicopters and are returning to the airpark, where they land a moment later.
The helicopter spotted on video flying southbound just to the west of the Luxor heads to the airspace between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay
At 10:07:44 p.m. (6:35 into the video), a helicopter flies southbound west of the Luxor. Within seconds it ends up in the airspace between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay which seems to be rather popular just before and throughout the ten o’clock hour.
Between 10:07:58 p.m. and 10:08:08, multiple flashes are on video emitting from several aircraft hovering at several different elevations (between 200 and 300 feet above ground level) in the airspace between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay. During this time, gunfire is heard.
Again, these aircraft are captured on video but are not displaying their callsigns on the flight radar.
There appear to be three of them hovering between 200 and 300 feet above ground level (AGL).
By 10:08:39 p.m., a helicopter can be seen retreating toward the airpark from the southeast side of Mandalay Bay, from behind the building, rising above the roofline.
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