Last night on Fox News Tucker Carlson was even commenting on how very strange it is that something as crucial as the timeline of when the security guard was shot was missed for a whole week. Realistically, that just would not happen. There was some retired CIA guy on Carlson's show that seemed to just not get it and tried to deflect Carlson's point. I'm still astounded about learning the security guard was shot six minutes BEFORE the crowd was fired upon. No way could they have had that mixed up for a week! The guard lived and would have told them, never mind other hotel personnel. Did no one on the 32nd floor notice those shots (at the guard) being fired? I've never been one who believes conspiracy theories (well, something more went on with JFK, but that's the only one). But no way were the investigators genuinely confused about whether the guard was shot before or after the main shootings--for a whole week after the incident. 911 calls are recorded. Surely within six minutes of the guard being shot (and the sounds of 200 rifle rounds inside the hotel) there were 911 calls. Was the entire 32nd floor empty of guests? Why no photos of the damage to the other side of the hall? Also as Twicepop has mentioned, in the photos taken inside the room, there doesn't appear to be nearly enough brass for all the rounds that were fired, only some here and there. When I shoot my 9mm handgun at a paper target there's a bigger pile of brass that what I've seen in the photos! But perhaps it's just that no photos have been released of those areas of the rooms. Can no one in the news media interview the hotel security guard or his family, or other hotel security personnel? Surely an ambulance was called for the security guard. Usually there would be interviews all over the place long before now. I just don't understand how this was missed right off the bat, nor why there still aren't more information, interviews, photos, 911 recordings, etc. being released. Police always withhold some details about crimes, but not even close to the degree here. If there is some big conspiracy, would the Las Vegas sheriff have even known about it right away, to give wrong info so quickly after the event? The timeline error (assuming the first version is the one in error) was announced fairly early. I'm confused about the info presented in the press conferences. I wonder what will be on tonight's news, if anything.