Route 91 massacre survivor: I had seen some drones, and I thought it might be fireworks going off from a drone

Monday, March 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

Another eyewitness testifies he saw a some drones flying and ‘fireworks going off from a drone’ at the time fully-automatic gunfire hailed onto crowd goers

By Shepard Ambellas
IntelliHub.com
March 12, 2018

LAS VEGAS (INTELLIHUB) — Route 91 massacre survivor and eyewitness Michael Goguen told a Montana newspaper the day after the shooting that he had seen some drones in the air and thought fireworks were going off from the drones when volley after volley of fully-automatic gunfire erupted inbound to the venue. But, could the drones have been A160 Hummingbird unmanned aerial vehicles, as Intellihub previously reported? The very same UAVs engineered by Douglas Haig, the man who admits he sold Stephen Paddock the ammunition.

Goguen told the Missoulian on October 2, 2017:

“I had seen some drones, and I thought it might be fireworks going off from a drone but the mood shifted and the lights went out quick and the performers ran from the stage. There was a very long burst of automatic fire. My next thought was, now that we know it’s gunshots, somebody is actually shooting at people, intentionally causing this kind of panic. He had a shooting position all lined up.”

Intellihub will soon be releasing interviews with several eyewitnesses who saw nefarious elements, men, dressed in all black fleeing the Mandalay Bay and helicopters which were airborne in the vicinity during the shooting. Stay tuned!

One Response to “Route 91 massacre survivor: I had seen some drones, and I thought it might be fireworks going off from a drone”

  1. Curtis

    The big question here is Michael Goguen still alive or has the fed already “clipped him???” Many of the eyewitness to the incident have already suicided themselves…Michael, be careful out there !!!

    #3585966

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