There are still many unanswered questions about the Las Vegas shootings a fortnight ago. Law enforcement seems to be changing the timeline and other details to suit their own narrative, and they've done it so often as to call their professionalism and expertise into serious question.
Two articles summarize the current state of play:
Go read them for a very good summary of the issues that remain unsolved (at least, as far as the public is concerned).
I'm particularly concerned that little or no internal security footage from the hotel has been released. I'm sure such video would be date- and/or time-stamped, and reveal the truth about who responded to the situation, at what time, where and how. The fact that it has not been released speaks volumes about a potential police cover-up of a flawed, delayed response that may - I emphasize, may - have doomed dozens or scores of people to death or injury. Unfortunately, in the absence of the release of this sort of information, we can only speculate; and many are doing precisely that. Law enforcement agencies are doing themselves no favors at all by their reluctance to provide details.
I'll let Karl Denninger sum it up.
As for the LVMPD quit covering **** up, especially whatever you know about that "guard's" legal status vis-a-vis being in the United States and why he doesn't show up on the Nevada License site as holding the license he would almost-certainly need to be a security guard.
Oh, and quit playing with the timeline too.
Finally, you and the Fibbies obviously can't find your ass with both hands. How else does a (dead) suspect's house, which you breached violently and then searched, get broken into by burglars while you have it under surveillance? Either cops broke into it (with your explicit permission so they could literally loot it) or you lack the basic ability to do your damn job and your entire department needs to be defunded since you are all a sufficiently-bad waste of oxygen that you deserve to get lost in the desert and expire. The rank incompetence during and immediately following the event is bad enough but this tops the list when it comes to getting paid to do literally nothing and nobody in your state should sit for one second more of that crap.
I'm not buying what you're selling -- I don't know why or what you're covering up but that you are is evident from the ever-changing timeline and your failure to address the inconsistencies, including said "Security Guard" who is a ghost according to the requirements of Nevada law to hold that position. You knew damn well what was going on there within hours of the event and have intentionally blackballed all discussion of same.
There's more at the link.
Frankly, I think Mr. Denninger is right in almost every respect. Why is the LVMPD still evading the issues in this case, two weeks after the fact? This stinks of a cover-up at every level.