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Las Vegas - Why are there so many contradicting stories?

Jay Campbell from http://www.trtrevolution and Decoders of Truth on Facebook joins us to discuss what happened in Las Vegas and why there are so many conflic..AND THE BEAT GOES ON!!! .

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on October 8, 2017 at 12:45am
Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on October 7, 2017 at 10:49pm

"We're trying to keep Steve from knowing his father is held as a bank robber," she told the Tucson Citizen at the time. "Steve is a nice boy. It's a terrible thing."

Benjamin Paddock was sentenced to 20 years in a Texas federal prison. But he escaped and spent a decade on the run, landing him on the FBI's Most Wanted List.

A wanted posting from 1969 described the older Paddock as an avid bridge player who went by numerous aliases and had been diagnosed as psychopathic. The FBI described him as egotistical, arrogant and a frequent gambler, according to an article that year in the Arizona Republic.

"He reportedly has suicidal tendencies and should be considered armed and dangerous," the agency warned.

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NOTE: The only interpretation I can SEE is,  Paddock inherit his daddy's evil genes, and perhaps that is the only explanation, as to why he did what he did? Perhaps his heavy drinking, he was trying to drown out the demons within him.

There are countless sociopath and psychopath all over in/on this planet, in low and high places. That is why it is vital and essential, that we learn and know, the many different spirits within people, so that we can easily detect evil from good. It was psychopaths and sociopaths, that caused genocide, colonialism, in Afrika, and created Chattel Enslaved/slavery. Narcissistic Sociopaths and Psychopath,  are pathological liars and deceivers.

There are millions of undiagnosed sociopaths and psychopaths/mentally ill people. Do I know sociopaths and psychopaths? Yes. I know one who was a heavy drinker/alcoholic, who boast and brag to this day, that they stabbed another man 77 times, as he was singing the song, yes i think i am going out of my head. The person stabbed 77 times, is in  a wheel chair. Why would someone boast and brag about stabbing another person 77 times? This person who said they stabbed another person 77 times, boast and brag even to his grandchildren, what he did. He has never been caught, and placed in prison for this act, and perhaps other evil acts. Perhaps him boasting and bragging, he stabbed a man 77 times, he is asking for help.

There is another young (white) male I encounter a few years back, whose grandmother was evil towards him. He said that he has killed her 99 times in his mind. Is he a sociopath/psychopath? His grandmother evil treatment towards him, could lead him into hating females, and who knows what all could happen, if he act on hating females?

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