Julian Assange FBI supplied Stephen Paddock weapons for massacre

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    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims that the FBI supplied Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock the weapons used to carry out the massacre.
    Julian Assange: FBI Supplied Stephen Paddock Weapons For Massacre
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    Sounds just like another fast and furious oh but those Obama lovers denied and denied it all these years. Why their traitor little bitch would never do such things lmfao. gawd u fkrs are stupid lol
     
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    Since it was an attack against perceived republicans and certainly against white people, this is probably true.
     
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    sure thing, Vlad... yes, we know the US FBI is your enemy. :itsok:




    Las Vegas shooter bought 33 guns in last 12 months


    Stephen Paddock, the man whose Las Vegas shooting rampage killed 58 people and left more than 500 injured, bought 33 guns in the past year, a law enforcement official said Wednesday.

    Some of Paddock’s gun purchases date back more than 20 years, but authorities have determined that more than 30 of the firearms were acquired in the past 12 months, the official said.

    The official who is not authorized to comment publicly said that most of the recent purchases were rifles. Authorities have been closely examining the buying spree in an effort to determine what drove the 64-year-old man to launch the deadliest shooting in modern American history.

    Under federal law, gun stores are required to report multiple handgun purchases to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives but not multiple rifle purchases.

    The lack of notification for multiple rifle purchases creates a loophole where people can stockpile assault weapons, similar in design to those used by the military and police SWAT teams, with little federal detection, said David Chipman, a former ATF special agent and senior policy adviser at Americans for Responsible Solutions, which advocates for stricter gun rules.

    Over the years, ATF agents have tried to get the rule expanded to long rifles, as a way to crack down on gun trafficking, he said. In 2011, the agency was authorized to mandate notification of multiple rifle purchases in four border states — Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas — for six years. But overall the rule still only applies to handguns.

    "This is a question of national security," Chipman said. "It doesn't make sense. This policy hurts law enforcement."

    He added: "The weapons we are selling in America now are weapons used by tactical law enforcement and the military."



     
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    Assange needs to show the evidence.
     

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