Las Vegas Shooter’s Girlfriend Listed 'FBI' as 'Employer' On Loan Application
Marilou Danley told the consumer credit reporting bureaus she worked for FBI
The girlfriend of the Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock claimed she worked for the FBI on a loan application, according to the Australian national.
Marilou Danley, whose fingerprints were also found on Paddock’s horde of ammunition packed into unused rifle magazines, told the consumer credit reporting bureaus that her place of employment was the “Federal Bureau of Investigation.”
One source within the FBI told TruPundit that the Bureau “might have made payments to Danley but it is above my level."
According to TruePundit: When contacted Friday, one FBI source said the Bureau “might have made payments to Danley but it is above my level,” the source said referring to access to the FBI’s confidential informant participant and payment records.
The source said “bosses are concerned” with the new revelations about Danley’s financial relationship with the FBI.
In FBI speak, Danley could have been a paid asset. And ‘concerned’ means folks are getting ready to cover their own butts if payments were made to Danley either before or after the massacre.
Perhaps FBI Director Christopher Wray can shed light on the matter.
Or Danley. If you can find her. It took the FBI days to locate her and interview her after the Mandalay Bay massacre.
Danley is an Australian national. She is not a U.S. citizen.
Of course this bombshell Intel is coming from FBI sources in the beltway, not the corrupt Las Vegas FBI field office headed by Aaron Rouse.
The same FBI field office that has not been able to pinpoint a motive for the Oct. 1, 2017 massacre that killed 57 people.
Little wonder why the narrative doesn’t fit the crime if the person whose fingerprints are on the ammunition also happens to be on your FBI payroll.
A YouTube video surfaced Thursday highlighting a database search with Danley’s apparent employment link to the FBI as reported by database giant Intelius as well.
Perhaps a member of Congress can investigate. Who else can we call?
This story is developing.