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Tragic deaths of Las Vegas Shooting survivors

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Tragic deaths of Las Vegas Shooting survivors

On paper, the Las Vegas Shooting left 58 people dead and 548 people injured, but unofficially the casualty list is higher and growing. I write this with a heavy heart and sadness, but I want people to never forget this tragedy and to look out for the survivors if they know any. A tragic incident where people get gunned down from above is hard. I’m going to talk about the death of four Las Vegas Shooting survivors and one family member of a victim. Not all of these deaths are current news, but all seem to have a commonality of the struggle of coping with the Las Vegas Shooting.

Roy McClellan

According to Fox News, Roy McClellan was killed in a hit an run while hitchhiking about 50 miles west of Las Vegas. On Friday, Denise posted on Facebook that Roy had “stormed off” after a fight with a friend the night before he died.

Roy McClellan died Nov. 17 while hitchhiking on State Route 160 in Pahrump, about 50 miles west of Las Vegas. “I don’t understand why he wasn’t taken at the shooting, but a month later he was taken this way,” McClellan’s wife, Denise, told KSNV. “I hope my husband found peace and he’s safe now.”

Denise McClellan told KSNV that the shooting “was really messing with Roy’s head and he was going to therapy.”

Sheryl Stiles

NY Daily News reports that the mother of a slain cop killed in the Las Vegas shooting massacre suffered a heart attack and then died two days after her son’s funeral. Sheryl Stiles fell while riding a hotel escalator and suffered a heart attack after attending Metro Police Officer Charleston Hartfield’s funeral in Las Vegas Friday, the Las Vegas Journal-Review reported.

Stiles’ family believes she died of a broken heart.

“I talked to the chaplain of Metro,” her cousin told the TV station. “He told me she kept saying ‘Oh I want to stay, I want to be with Charleston,’ that she wanted to die.”
Hartfield, a 34-year-old military veteran, was among the 58 killed when shooter Stephen Paddock sprayed hundreds of bullets into a country music festival from his Mandalay Bay hotel room on Oct 1. Paddock fatally shot himself as authorities closed in on him.

Dennis and Lorraine Carver

A California couple who survived gunfire at the Las Vegas music festival died weeks later in a car accident, authorities report.

Dennis Carver leaped on top of his wife, Lorraine Carver, to shield her from the flying bullets on Oct. 1, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. During a lull in gunfire, the couple got up and ran for their lives.

“That’s just the kind of love they had for each other,” Brooke Carver, the couple’s oldest daughter, told the newspaper. “Their love was selfless.”

NY Daily News reported that they died in a car accident a short distance from their home.

Two days later, they arrived safely to their Riverside County home in California. They were more in love than ever in the following weeks, according to Brooke Carver.

“They were so happy,” Brooke Carver, 20, said. “The last two weeks of their lives were really just spent living in the moment.”

She said Dennis Carver sent roses to Lorraine Carver — not for a special occasion, but just to show he loved her.

But weeks later, Madison Carver, 16, heard a loud noise outside her window. She ran outside and saw her parents’ vehicle covered in flames. Dennis Carver, 52, and Lorraine Carver, 53, died less than half a mile from their home.

Their vehicle crashed into a metal gate, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. It took firefighters nearly an hour to completely put out the fire, the department said in a statement.

While mourning their parents, Madison and Brooke take comfort in the now dried-up roses Dennis Carver gave to his wife. The flowers seem perfectly preserved almost a month later — not a single pedal had fallen, Brooke Carver said.

Kymberley Suchomel

The Heavy reports that Kymberley Suchomel, 28, survived the Las Vegas shooting, only to tragically die a week later in her sleep. Since her death, she has become the focus of rumors centered on posts she may have written on Facebook, allegedly believing that there was more than one shooter at the concert.

Kymberley was young and had an exciting life ahead of her. Tragically, she passed away unexpectedly on October 9, just a week after the shooting. Her grandmother, Julie Norton, told VV Daily Press that Kymberley may have died in her sleep after her husband, Mike, left for work at 4:30 a.m.

Kymberley has epilepsy and was often prone to seizures,

Kymberley was married to Michael Suchomel and she had a young daughter, Scarlett. She was only 28 when she died. Her grandmother told the Daily Press “I believe the stress from the shooting took her life.”

From stories she shared with the Daily Press, it appeared that Kymberley was haunted by the shooting. She said that she feared falling asleep because the sounds of gunfire became louder in her head and she kept imagining seeing “broken and bloody bodies.” On Facebook, she said that sound of her alarm or loud voices made her heart race. When her daughter threw her toys or moved too fast, her heard would race.

Final Thoughts

These people ought to be included when we remember those who died. The old saying “That which does not kill you only makes you stronger” proves highly untrue. The survivors and victim’s families need help getting through this. These people don’t need legislation; they need our help if we know them and our prayers. As the casualties grow, I am continually frustrated with the lack of answers. Were there multiple shooters? Why did this happen? And how did this happen? The Las Vegas Shooting is a tragedy that keeps growing and one that we cannot forget as the survivors and victim’s families continue their lives.

Further Reading

The heroes and witnesses of the Mandalay Massacre In Las Vegas

The stories of sacrifice and heroism in Las Vegas during the largest mass murder in US history are truly inspiring. There are many out there, but some of them just grab you by the heart and won’t let go. 59 people are dead and 527 are in local hospitals after Stephen Paddock, a 64 year-old man from Mesquite, Nevada, shot into a crowd of over 22,000 at a country music festival across from the Mandalay Bay where he was located on the 32nd floor. He had a suite with two rooms and had two stands set up as far as I can tell. He had 12 or 13 weapons at his disposal. A number of them were illegally converted to fully automatic weaponry. They also found explosives and triggers in his car and homes, as well as 18 other guns. The guns were purchased in at least four states over time. This was well-planned and premeditated murder on an epic scale.

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  1. James

    November 28, 2017 at 2:46 am

    this is pure lies….there was 2 helicopters and their flight patterns were verified …in the dark hovering and opened fire on the crowd…..CIA inside job..

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Foreign Affairs

First charge filed against Russian for interfering with elections

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First charge filed against Russian for interfering with elections

Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova is allegedly part of Project Lakhta, a Russian operation intended to sow political division ahead of the midterm elections as well as other elections around the world. She has been charged by the Justice Department for interfering with the United States political system.

Here is the press release from the DOJ:

Russian National Charged with Interfering in U.S. Political System

https://www.justice.gov/usao-edva/pr/russian-national-charged-interfering-us-political-system“The strategic goal of this alleged conspiracy, which continues to this day, is to sow discord in the U.S. political system and to undermine faith in our democratic institutions,” said G. Zachary Terwilliger, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. “This case demonstrates that federal law enforcement authorities will work aggressively to investigate and prosecute the perpetrators of unlawful foreign influence activities whenever feasible, and that we will not stand by idly while foreign actors obstruct the lawful functions of our government. I want to thank the agents and prosecutors for their determined work on this case.”

According to allegations in the criminal complaint, Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova, 44, of St. Petersburg, Russia, served as the chief accountant of “Project Lakhta,” a Russian umbrella effort funded by Russian oligarch Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin and two companies he controls, Concord Management and Consulting LLC, and Concord Catering. Project Lakhta includes multiple components, some involving domestic audiences within the Russian Federation and others targeting foreign audiences in the United States, members of the European Union, and Ukraine, among others.

My Take

This story will be spun from its surface assertion of Russian interference helping President Trump and other Republicans win in 2016. That assertion is inaccurate as the DOJ release indicates, but it won’t stop mainstream and leftist media from calling this the smoking gun against Trump’s presidency.

What this project allegedly did was push forth divisive messaging that was intended to affect people on both sides of the political aisle. This is important to understand because it wasn’t intended to drive one candidate or another. It was designed to take whatever political position any given person has and amplify their anger towards the opposing side.

Russia knows if they push the far right further to the right and the far left further to the left, our own anger will fuel the division. They are taken advantage of our freedom.

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Guns and Crime

Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards charged for leaking financial data on Robert Mueller’s targets

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Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards charged for leaking financial data on Robert Muellers targets

Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards faces up to 10 years in prison if found guilty of leaking financial documents to BuzzFeed. These documents contained information about some of Robert Mueller’s targets in his probe of Russian election meddling, including Paul Manafort, Rick Gates, Maria Butina, and the Russian Embassy.

Natalie Edwards: Treasury FinCEN official charged with leaking financial records in Russia probe

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/natalie-edwards-treasury-fincen-employee-charged-with-leaking-financial-records-in-russia-probe/U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said in a statement that Edwards “betrayed her position of trust by repeatedly disclosing highly sensitive information.”

“SARs, which are filed confidentially by banks and other financial institutions to alert law enforcement to potentially illegal transactions, are not public documents, and it is an independent federal crime to disclose them outside of one’s official duties,” Berman said.

My Take

There has never been a presidency that had so many government employees attempting to derail it. For a senior Treasury Department employee to be willing to go to jail to help a leftist media outlet post some stories exemplifies how unhinged President Trump’s opponents can be.

Trust of public employees is extremely important and, anecdotally, at an all-time low. It isn’t just people in the White House. There are clearly an large number of unhinged activists working for the federal government.

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Conspiracy Theory

If Keith Ellison wins his election, #MeToo has officially jumped the shark

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If Keith Ellison wins his election MeToo has officially jumped the shark

Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN) should be a prime target for the #MeToo movement. He’s a powerful man who allegedly abused his ex-girlfriend. She has corroboration and evidence to back her claims. She’s a fellow Democrat, so she’s not a political plant by his opposition. She’s a woman with a story of abuse that, by #MeToo movement standards, should be believed.

The problem is Ellison is a powerful Democrat, a Muslim, a minority, and is in the middle of a tight election. Therefore, he’s protected from the people who would have sunk Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation despite no evidence or corroboration.

The hypocrisy of it all is stunning. The message being sent by the #MeToo movement based on their unwillingness to confront Ellison and call for his removal from offices, current and future, is that women are to be believed if they’re accusing the right people. Keith Ellison isn’t the right person. He’s an ally to the #MeToo movement because he’s a Democrat, a Muslim, a minority, and someone who’s in the middle of an important election in Minnesota.

Despite the #MeToo movement looking away, it seems that voters in Minnesota are starting to look closer.

Domestic abuse charges diminishing Ellison’s lead

https://onenewsnow.com/politics-govt/2018/10/16/domestic-abuse-charges-diminishing-ellisons-leadRep. Keith Ellison’s (D-Minn.) lead in the polls – to become Minnesota’s newest attorney general in the midterm elections – has continued to vanish after his ex-girlfriend’s domestic abuse allegations.

Before the Karen Monahan’s charges were made public, the Democratic Muslim candidate was believed to be a shoe-in in the contest to become the deep-blue state’s top cop, but since then, polls show that his once long-shot Republican competitor, Doug Wardlow, has closed in on him – big time.

Misogyny and abuse of power are real problems in America. This is why the initial iteration of the #MeToo movement was so powerful. It worked. That cannot be denied. But what it has become is a shadow of its original self.

The highest ranking law enforcement official n the state of Minnesota may be a many accused by his ex-girlfriend of physical and mental abuse. Unfortunately, #MeToo doesn’t believe her.

#MeToo will only go after people like Keith Ellison if there’s incontrovertible evidence against them. They’ll go after Brett Kavanaugh no matter what. #MeToo is not the women’s empowerment movement they claim to be. It’s a political activist front.

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