Skip to comments.Gunman's brother: 'If a lot of these hotels say they don’t know Steve, they’re lying'
Posted on 10/05/2017 6:22:13 PM PDT by Zhang Fei
"Were wealthy people," Eric Paddock said. "$100,000 isnt that much money.... He gambled that much through a machine in hours.... Hes got the highest level of membership card at a lot of these [casino] hotels. If a lot of these hotels say they dont know Steve, theyre lying."
Paddock remembered his brother as a man who used his money to take care of his family financially. "He helped make me and my family wealthy. I mean, hes the reason I was able to retire three years ago when I got really burned out doing the job I did," Eric Paddock said.
"He didnt have a lot of friends," Paddock continued. "He was a private person. Theres a story about that hes, ohhhh, he kept his shades closed, and he didnt talk to me for the first three times he saw me walking in the neighborhood. Wow. That makes him really weird, doesnt it? He was a private guy. Thats why you cant find out anything about him, thats why theres no pictures. Is he such a weirdo because he didnt have a Facebook page and posted 50,000 damn pictures of himself every day? Whos weird?"
But, of his brother's attack, Paddock said: "This is 100% Steve, did this by himself. People cant seem to cope with that either. But Steve is a was a highly intelligent, highly successful person. He could have done anything he wanted to do. And he did. He made himself wealthy. He made us wealthy. He was a very successful person. He gambled for 20-plus years, successfully. Its like a job to him. He did it mathematically."
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Of course we still don’t know where the money came from.
good place to start is his father, a known psycopath.
breeding tells, as they say.
Nobody wins against the house legally.
If the casino suspects that they will ban you.
Why is the brother still running his mouth?
Why does he give all these deeply personal interviews outside on the front lawn, most likely with neighbors staring at the commotion?
I’m going to venture an answer to my own questions;
Maybe he wants to spread misinformation early in the investigation. Why spread misinformation? That’s a good question, one that I leave for the experts.
To me it’s the portrait of greedy creepy selfish people. Steve was great because he gave us money.
“His brain needs to be preserved and examined”
Um... Have you seen the death photo?
That unknown reason is likely to turn out to be prescription psych drugs.
This brother may need to undergo a truth serum test. He probably knows more than he is relaying.
The brother is trying to hold onto Steve’s money and set the casino up for a lawsuit.
You can’t make money gambling against a machine. The odds are consistently against you. If he was using machines to the extent they’re talking about, he was laundering money.
Was his brother about to say Paddock was an arms dealer?
They don’t mind you walking in with $100,000 of indeterminate origin, filtering it through their Video Poker machines and walking out with $70,000 of 1099 gambling earnings, though.
Good answer. Although I guess some folks are never quite ‘rich enough’.
Here is a twitter source who knew and said Paul Manafort was under surveillance LONG before any media outfit reported same.
His sources are good, as is his track-record:
He has a number of points:
1. A male was in the room with Paddock. He left right before the shooting began.
2. The motive for the shooting was absolutely political. If the film is released, that political motive will be clear and “will absolutely change many things going forward”.
3. If the film of the shooting is not released, that non-release decision will be a fear on the part of the authorities that such release would trigger action by OTHER CELLS.
4. Paddock did plan to escape but that was cut short by the rapid response of the unarmed casino security guy.
5. Paddock mentions in the film being part of a NETWORK but does not specify if that network is AntiFa, or ISIS or any others.
6. A secret digital online profile of Paddock was uncovered about 24 hours ago.
He sure is proud of his wonderful
If you consistently beat the house out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, you would politely but firmly told not to come back and blacklisted among all the casinos.
And the machines are programmed to pay out only about 75% of the money they take in.