Mysterious LV Security Guard Jesus Campos Now Forced to Testify

Jesus Campos, The Mandalay Bay security guard who is thought to be one of the only eye witnesses of Stephen Paddock’s horrific Las Vegas shooting will finally be forced to testify on the matter.

According to KSNV, Campos will soon receive a subpoena to testify on the timeline and other circumstances surrounding the attack from an attorney for Rachel Sheppard, a 26-year-old from California who was shot three times in the attack.

Per KSNV, a judge ruled Monday that lawyers in civil lawsuits can now inspect the grounds of the Route 91 Harvest music festival.

According to a report by FOX News:

As of Monday, Sheppard and five other plaintiffs – two in Nevada and three in California – have filed lawsuits related to the attack, according to the New Yorker.

Sheppard’s lawsuit is against MGM Resorts International, the owners of Mandalay Bay, Live Nation, a bump stock maker and gunman Stephen Paddock’s estate.

The story behind Jesus Campos has been intriguing, as millions of Americans await many answers about the Las Vegas shooting. Campos was supposed to answer questions from Sean Hannity a couple Thursdays ago, however he mysteriously disappeared right before he could be questioned. Campos then went missing for 4 days before reappearing on Ellen for his only interview since the Oct. 1 attack. It was found out recently that Campos left the country to Mexico immediately following the attack for a “planned visit” and Campos is not a registered Nevada security guard.

Stephen Paddock fired out of his window from his room on the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay and killed 58 at the concert. Campos was allegedly shot in the leg by Paddock right before the rampage took place.

Here is Campos’s interview with Ellen: