Saudi Prince Al-Waleed had admitted under interrogation that he sent an elite team of snipers from the Saudi Royal Air Force to the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the night of the mass shooting.
According to attorney Matthias Chang, Prince Al Waleed Talal sent snipers to the hotel to rain havoc on the unsuspecting victims at the Route 91 Festival, which was then blamed on “patsy” Stephen Paddock.
In an email, screen-captured and uploaded to Twitter, Chang details how the Saudi Prince sent snipers to the Mandalay Bay to occupy the floors above Paddock’s room:
It was Prince Al Waleed Talal, a sinister global elite. Good friend of Zionist Bill Gates and owned the adjacent Four Seasons Hotel but on the fateful day, sent snipers from Saudi Arabia to occupy the floors above the patsy Paddock to rain havoc in Las Vegas.
He has been arrested and imprisoned and went under extreme interrogation and spilled the bean as to his role.
During the election, he tweeted that Donald Trump should withdraw from the race as he could not win. He hates Trump.
BREAKING: Saudi Prince AlWaleed Admits Under Interrogation That he Sent an Elite Team of Snipers From the Saudi Royal Air Force to the Mandalay Bay Hotel! – via @MatthiasChang Secretary of PM @chedetofficial#LasVegasShooting #QAnon#FollowTheWhiteRabbit#SaudiPurge @GeorgWebb pic.twitter.com/iUd3Z8Ahso
— Justice (@TheresaTruther) November 18, 2017
The top 5 floors of the Mandalay Bay Hotel (35-39) is a Four Seasons Hotel. Since 2007, Bill Gates, who donated 1 million to ‘gun control’ and Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a member of the Saudi Royal family, have been majority owners of the Mandalay Bay Hotel’s Four Seasons.
The Saudi royal family members often reserve whole floors for their private use.
In August 2017, just one month before the mass-shooting, the Saudi air force booked a number of suites at hotels along the Las Vegas strip.
Reviewjournal.com reports: A luxury tower on the Las Vegas Strip will turn into posh military barracks starting Saturday.
A Middle Eastern air force has booked the entire W Las Vegas, a 289-room tower at the SLS Las Vegas, for most of August, according to numerous employees speaking on the condition they not be identified. They said employees are being shuffled around to accommodate the booking.
Greta Vanhersecke, a publicist for W Las Vegas, confirmed that a group has booked the hotel for August but declined to say who it was. A search of the W Las Vegas website shows the hotel is sold out from Saturday night through Aug 28.
One of the employees identified the group as the Royal Saudi Air Force. A spokesman for the Royal Saudi Air Force based in Washington, D.C., could not be reached at his office. The spokesman did not respond to email requests for comment.
Saudi Arabia’s 10th Squadron Royal Saudi Air Force will be taking part in Red Flag 17-4 at Nellis Air Force Base, according to airwingspotter.com, a site dedicated to military aviation photography and spotting. Red Flag, combat training involving the air, space and cyberforces of the United States and its allies, will be held Aug. 14-25.
The Nellis public affairs department said in an email that it does not disclose the participants of its joint exercises, adding that any participant has the right to choose its own lodging.
“While we encourage foreign participants to stay in our base lodging for ease of travel during the exercise, they are welcome to make arrangements anyplace they prefer,” the statement said.
Employees from S&K Technologies were visible at the W Las Vegas this week. S&K Technologies has provided logistics support to the Royal Saudi Air Force during Red Flag operations for many years, according to a 2014 post on S&K’s website.
“Depending on the year, the Royal Saudi Air Force will bring 175-210 members to these realistic combat exercises,” S&K said in the 2014 post.
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