On October 3rd, an anonymous user posted to the popular underground internet forum, leaking information collected from exclusive access to the Las Vegas Police Department’s databases.
“The LVMPD [Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department] knows the motive behind the attack, but the FBI will not allow us to release the motive because it implicates the FBI in illegal arms deals and supplying arms to ISIS terrorists within U.S. borders.
“Stephen Paddock was an undercover FBI agent who participated in multiple illegal arms deals in Las Vegas area in a gun running entrapment scheme similar to Fast and Furious. Paddock thought he was engaging in another routine arms transfer, but ISIS had learned about the entrapment scheme and Paddock’s true identity. They killed him and carried out the massacre, and then fled the scene.
“Everything is being kept under extreme wraps because 1) armed ISIS terrorists are still at large and 2) this is very embarrassing to the FBI and they don’t want their scheme to become public knowledge.
“I will be posting further information throughout the day, people within LVMP are disgusted and are pushing for this information to be released to the public.”
4chan’s investigative abilities are famous throughout the internet, and the anonymous image board has shown itself to be an extremely capable entity, tackling various Antifa members and ruining the lives of stupid people. Whereas taking as valid the words of a random internet stranger would be a foolish thing to do in any other sphere of the online world, 4chan is a little more trustworthy, having proven its legitimacy multiple times in the past.
A self-described “detective” on 4chan has come forward with his theory, which almost lines up with the LVPD insider’s statement, but instead places Mossad as the recipient of the deal rather than ISIS. You can read his explanationhere.
A response to the LVPD official has come forth on 4chan, claiming to possess 1.76 terabytes of data, “including collected Mandalay security cam footage, footage from the hotel room, fingerprint comparisons, non-disclosure agreements and payroll information for hired actors, birth certificates of real identities.”
“Data will be provided in 100GB chunks,” writes the correspondent, “torrent magnets will provided. When data is dropped please seed and spread so it cannot be removed. Save this encryption key…”