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Las Vegas False Flag Whistleblower "John" Murdered Following FBI Raid After CIA Communication Devices Discovered Reader 10/09/2017 (Mon) 15:40:03 Id: 7956a5 [Preview] No. 2281
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Remember the CIA anon "John" who warned about a coming Vegas False Flag Attack two weeks before the shooting!? His name is John Beilman. He and his daughter were killed by the FBI/CIA!


A key eyewitness in the Las Vegas mass shooting "committed suicide" and "killed his daughter" shortly after the FBI raided his home.

John Beilman was wanted by federal agents in connection to a communications device discovered in Stephen Paddock’s hotel room at the Mandalay Bay.

The FBI had raided Beilman’s home one day before he shot his disabled daughter and then himself, according to sources close to the investigation.

Neon Nettle reports: Agents executed a search warrant and raided Beilman’s Williamsburg Drive home the day before he took his daughter, Nicole, into the backyard and shot her and then himself in the back of the head with a 12-gauge shotgun.

According to this report, upon the FBI searching the Mandalay Bay Hotel room used by CIA gun runner Stephen Paddock, a cell phone charger was discovered that had no accompanying phone—with SVR technology experts noting that this type of charger is used to charge a CP502520 3.0V 600mAh Li-MnO2 Non-rechargeable Thin Cell Battery used in various communication devices by both US Special Forces and CIA forces.

The company making this unique lithium battery, this report details, is Ultralife Corporation, based in Newark, New York, that specializes in military communications systems for the Pentagon—and whose lead engineer for this particular communication systems development was John Beilman.

Listing himself as a “product design and manufacturing professional”, this report continues, John Beilman was employed by Ultralife Corporation between 2007-2012 where he worked on various top-secret communications systems for the US military—thereafter his leaving to become a top engineer at the General Motors research facility located in Rochester New York.

Fearing that Ultralife Corporation had been secretly funneling their US military communications systems to the CIA, this report notes, this past Tuesday (3 October), the FBI raided the home of John Beilman under a secret US Federal Court warrant—and that caused Beilman, less than 12 hours later, during the early morning hours of Wednesday (4 October), to wheel out his severely disabled daughter Nicole into his home’s backyard where she was executed, with Beilman then killing himself too—and that was followed 48 hours later (6 October) by the Pentagon awarding Ultralife Corporation new contracts valued at over $49 million.

The CIA, this report further notes, has long been known to eliminate witnesses to their “murder sacrifice” “false flag” operations—and that includes the hundreds of witnesses mysteriously killed following the 9/11 “Tower Sacrifice”, and the, likewise, hundreds of witnesses mysteriously dying following the “King Sacrifice” murder of President John F. Kennedy—and that London’s Sunday Times reported the “the odds against these witnesses being dead by February 1967, were one hundred thousand trillion to one.”


Reader 10/09/2017 (Mon) 15:49:22 Id: f7c095 [Preview] No. 2282 del
They're just getting sloppy at this point

Reader 10/09/2017 (Mon) 15:51:56 Id: 7956a5 [Preview] No. 2283 del
I am calling on ALL Americans to BOYCOTT ALL casinos and hotels that install these body scanners. The false flag operation was carried out by mercenaries with ties to the CIA. Paddock was likely rused to commit acts of violence with help of hired mercenaries and then disposed of as a patsy for the media to blame.

The objective: make Billions $$$ from TSA-style body scanners by selling contracts to the federal government, further expanding the police state!

Will you put up with this BS or will you join me in a boycott against any institution installing these scanners?

Reader 10/09/2017 (Mon) 16:05:42 Id: 7956a5 [Preview] No. 2284 del
I am making a plea to ALL active duty police, federal and military officers! Please help bring justice to those that have committed this horrific false flag operation! If you care about your family members and the victims of this horrific attack you will be doing this country a great service in finding, arresting (or killing) these terrorist scumbags who staged this attack against innocent Americans! We need to see some justice, the American people deserve justice and so do the American police in uniform who have sacrificed their lives to protect their communities! I know this is seems like just another rant, but we must nip this in the bud before more false flag attacks are carried out by these treasonous despots who have hijacked positions of power!

Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 08:19:47 [Preview] No. 2297 del
>making a plea [in endchan]
I've lost up.
This isn't the place to call "active duty police, federal and military officers"
This post his facebook tier.

Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 21:24:24 Id: 768f03 [Preview] No. 2309 del
May be a shit-tier post but where there is information posted about a terrorist attack I'm sure there are some police or feds that would inevitably stumble upon it. Whether or not they'd care about the information (or comments such as the ones above) is an entirely different question. I would not be a bit surprised if some police or other officials have lurked here before.

Vegas Cops Change Story, Security Guard Shot BEFORE Mass Shooting Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 23:31:14 Id: 768f03 [Preview] No. 2312 del
Vegas Cops Change Story, Security Guard Shot BEFORE Mass Shooting

LA Times, October 9: “Police have dramatically changed their account of how the Las Vegas massacre began on Oct. 1, revealing Monday that the gunman shot a hotel security guard [in the leg through the closed door of his hotel room] six minutes before opening fire on a country music concert — raising new questions about why police weren’t able to pinpoint the gunman’s location sooner.”

The previous police story was: Paddock shot security guard Campos after he finished firing on the concert crowd.

The LA Times focuses on how this new information changes the timeline of events—in particular, the addition of minutes before police arrived at Paddock’s door.

Really? That’s the takeaway?

There is a far more serious question. Why did Paddock shoot the security guard through his hotel room door, with 200 rounds of ammunition (according to police), BEFORE starting to fire on the concert crowd?

Whether or not Paddock was using a silenced weapon to shoot the security guard, didn’t he think 200 rounds through a door might possibly alert people in the hotel to what he was about to do—kill people at the concert?

Security guard Campos, according to the Times, was on Paddock’s 32nd floor to check on an alert about another guest’s room door having being left open. Campos wasn’t there to check on Paddock. There is no indication Paddock was suspected of anything.

The new Vegas police sequence of events now goes this way: Paddock is in his room preparing to slaughter people at the concert; security guard Campos comes to the 32nd floor to check on a report of another guest’s door having been left open; Paddock sees Campos out in the hallway outside his door (using a camera Paddock had installed); Paddock fires 200 rounds through his door and hits Campos in the leg; leaving Campos there, Paddock then WAITS SIX MINUTES and begins firing through his broken window(s) at the concert crowd.

Perhaps the police will change their story yet again. Paddock didn’t fire 200 rounds through his door. He stepped out into the hallway and wounded Campos with one shot using a silenced handgun. He then left Campos there, went back into his room, waited six minutes, and then started firing on the concert crowd.

Or, after wounding Campos with one bullet, he paid Campos with a pile of casino chips and told him to wait in the hallway and say nothing to anyone for a half-hour.

Or he bound and gagged Campos after shooting him in the leg and stuffed him into a laundry closet in the hallway.

Or, the most popular tactic in these untenable and absurd stories: “Obviously, Paddock was crazy. There is no way to account for all his actions. We may never know why he did what he did.”

That usually works with the public. The police or the FBI paint themselves into a corner trying to hide the truth. They realize their latest version of events makes no sense. So they invoke the time-honored “we may never know” explanation.


Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 00:02:41 Id: 95c660 [Preview] No. 2314 del
Try your local FBI building or congress, dipshit. Better yet join your local veterans group and plea. Dumb endchan posters.

Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 13:56:09 Id: 2cdc24 [Preview] No. 2323 del
>Try your local FBI building

Yah, and then end up red listed and an official surveillance target for speaking out about government-sponsored terrorism. If your lucky, they won't bump you off in the middle of the night.

>join your local veterans group and plea

That's a much better idea but you'd still have some brickheads who would demonise the shit out of you in front of their pals. Not all vets are fully awake, and those that aren't know how to break your back if you dare offend them by going against the consensus.

So a little anonymous plea on an image board can't be such a bad alternative option considering all the other pitfalls.

Be my guest though, I'll praise you for being much braver than I am if you follow through with it.

Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 21:11:39 [Preview] No. 2342 del
And yet you wonder why the USA is still shit. Have fun talking to wall, lit. the end of the imageboards. I am sure some miracle will turn up.

Reader 10/13/2017 (Fri) 08:09:53 [Preview] No. 2383 del
>used to charge a .. Non-rechargeable?

hm, rly makes u think

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