Las Vegas police found a .223 shell casing in a hotel restroom on the night of the 1 October massacre
Las Vegas police found a .223 shell casing in a hotel restroom on the night of the 1 October massacre by Shepard Ambellas – Intellihub
The .223 brass shell casing discovered by police herein this video was never once mentioned in any official report which raises a red flag.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police found a .223 shell casing in a hotel restroom on the night of the October 2017 massacre in which 58 people lost their lives.
Shockingly, the discovery of the discharged brass rifle casing was never mentioned in the LVMPD Force Investigation Team report.
In the video, an officer can be seen picking up the brass shell casing off of the restroom floor while wearing a pair of blue rubber gloves presumably to submit the shell casing as evidence.
It’s unknown where the casing was discharged. (i.e. in the restroom or at another location before being dropped in the restroom)
Why was there no mention of the casing in any official report?
It looks like Sheriff Joseph Lombardo may have some explaining to do.
Was the .223 shell casing discovered by the LVMPD discharged in the restroom or at another location then dropped into the restroom?
— Intellihub (@intellihubnews) November 22, 2018