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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) might be able to deduce if he was an arms dealer or involved with a criminal organization using casinos to launder money. Casinos have anti-money laundering mechanisms in place set by the Gaming Commission (?) to where when you breach a certain threshold in a placed bet, the dealer has to take down your information. This was put in place because the mob loves laundering money through casinos. The threshold changes periodically, which my understanding is that it is illegal for a dealer to tell someone what's the current threshold. If he had popped up on the IRS's radar, they would've conducted an audit to account for all his finances and been able to determine that monies were coming from a "blackhole". This probably would've resulted in a thorough investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and/or Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) to see where the funds are coming from.

I would be willing to bet that even though he regularly gambled $10k a day, he always bet below the threshold. If you notice, the guy's girlfriend was a High Limit hostess at the Atlantis in Reno, NV. While not a dealer, I would be willing to bet she knows what the threshold for a placed bet is and probably regularly informed him of any changes. By doing so, he would be able to launder money without ever popping up on the IRS's radar. Being his girlfriend could be a cover in case suspicions ever arose.

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kill every single white person
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>>144420162
If he was an arms dealer and laundering money through casinos, all that money he gave to his family members would be subject to confiscation under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Without a doubt, his family members would cover for him to save their own skin. Even if they weren't involved, they could be stripped of all the wealth gifted from their family member. This would explain why the family nonchalantly claims he was a mathematical genius who was crunching numbers all the time. At a minimum, they suspected something illegal was going on, but didn't want to look at gift horse in the mouth.

Ultimately, it would be way too coincidental that he had never placed a bet above the threshold, while simultaneously also having a girlfriend that worked the High Limit area at Atlantis.

Atlantis High Limit: https://www.atlantiscasino.com/reno-casinos/high-limit

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>>144420218
The range in depression for first cousin marriages seems to be on the order of 2.5 to 10 IQ points. In other words ~0.15 to ~0.65 standard deviation units of decline in intelligence.
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Who owned the casino again? Maybe owners themselves were involved.
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>>144420740
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is owned by MGM Resorts International, which is owned by the Tracinda Corporation. The owner of Tracinda Corporation is James J. Murren, who operates as chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International. He also is on the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), which advises the President of the United States (POTUS) on the securit of information systems in banking, finance, transportation, energy, manufacturing, and emergency government services.
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>>144420293
Every bit of this screams arms dealer, there is no other reason to have 23 firearms up there.
Did he think that there was a chance of 20+ guns have a malfunction simultaneously? Doubt it.
He was not the only person in that room at the time of the shooting. Something went sideways and now it's a cover-up. IMO.
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>>144420162
hey cia nigger
exacltly the story teh government would come up with
for a scapegoat
bye
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>An image taken by a wedding photographer, in 2010, shows the view from the Las Vegas shooter’s hotel window. But there’s only so much it lets us see.
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>>144427107
>gunfire from second position attributed to sound waves echoing off buildings
>verified due to no other windows broken out at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
>fails to acknowledge skyscraper windows can be temporarily removed with ease
>breaking a window is not necessary, showing that no other windows broken out at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino does not prove gunfire only came from one position

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6sHjsFAvq40
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>>144426608
Wtf are you talking about? The information I'm presenting shows the casino(s) should've known Stephen Paddock was at a minimum laundering money. An organization found out about Stephen's secret life and set up a meeting on a specific date. This resulted in a false flag or something of that nature.
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>>144420162
You can easily Lauder money in casinos without anyone noticing.
Get a rating card (or just don't), put 20% through your card and just drop the rest on the table in cash. Job done.
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He competed in online gambling and rarely went to casinos.
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>>144430368
You think casinos aren't discrete?
The cameras watch every gesture but they are there to serve and make filthy amounts of money for next to no work.
Discretion is how they make money
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>>144430638
Assuming the threshold for a placed bet is $2000, then if you throw down $2000+ on the table as a placed bet, you get flagged and your information is taken down. However, if you throw down $1500 on the table as a placed bet per play, you stay under the radar. The point in making it illegal for dealers to share with someone what the threshold is because you are able to stay under the radar by placing bets on the table under the threshold amount.
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>>144431483
No shit. My point is whoever planned the meeting with Stephen Paddock got the information from high level management over the casino(s).




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