The Mandalay Bay security guard at the center of the changing timeline on the October 1 Las Vegas attack has reportedly disappeared.
Early reports said Campos was shot by the Las Vegas attacker after the attack on concertgoers began. But on October 10, Breitbart News reported that the timeline changed and that Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Campos was actually shot by the attacker six minutes before shots rang out during Jason Aldean’s music set.
On October 12, Breitbart News reported that a second Mandalay Bay employee also took fire from the attacker before guns were turned on concertgoers.
CBS News reports that the second employee — maintenance man Stephen Schuck — witnessed the shooting of Campos and radioed “hotel dispatchers to call police.” He told the dispatcher, “a gunman had opened fire with a rifle inside” the hotel. Schuck said he was checking a “jammed door” when a wounded Campos approached and warned him to find cover.
Schuck said, “As soon as I started to go to a door to my left the rounds started coming down the hallway. I could feel them pass right behind my head.”
Campos allegedly agreed to speak amid the tensions raised over the changing time frame. He was going to tell his story in his own words on the very day that he disappeared.