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This was the Sphinx’s riddle: What goes on four feet in the morning, two feet at noon, and three feet in the evening? … When Oedipus answered the riddle correctly, the Sphinx was so upset that she killed herself. Oedipus went on into Thebes.

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Oedipus Rex – Sophocles – Summary – Quatr.us 

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Michael Novakhov: My interpretation  of the “message” contained in Mandalay Bay shooting: it is a direct threat to Donald Trump from the Russian Mafia: “Do as we wish or else…” and a direct response to the recent arrests of the Russian “Thieves In Law”: 

Russian mafia arrests Nevada – GS:

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Russian ‘thief-in-law’ arrested in Las Vegas, faces multiple charges

Las Vegas Review-JournalJun 7, 2017
Russian ‘thief-in-law’ arrested in Las Vegas, faces multiple charges … the alleged leader of a Soviet mafia syndicate who is accused of running … influence to run illegal operations in several states, including Nevada, Florida, …
Edgewater man among alleged mobsters arrested for chocolate …
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Feds hit 33 alleged Russian mobsters with gangland charges …
Local SourceNew York Daily NewsJun 7, 2017
Russian Gang Hacked Slot Machines and Plotted Over Stolen …
Highly CitedNew York TimesJun 7, 2017 
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Destroy the Russian Mafia! 

Wipe it out from the face of the Earth! 

Eliminate all the presence of Russian Mafia on American soil! 

Do it now, and with the full force. It might be too late tomorrow. 

Do not underestimate the threat, it is significant and deadly. 

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Was Stephen Paddock well known to FBI or was he a long-time FBI informant? Given his family history, he was. 

Did he play any role in these Russian Mafia arrests? 

Please, publish the entire FBI file on him. NOW, there is nothing to hide, and no one to protect their privacy. 

The public has the right to know. 

This NYT article below is the indication that the Russian Mafia uses the “fake news” outlets as their own, proprietary information system. Investigate all these outlets in the utmost depth and breadth, and close all of them, ASAP: 

“The investigations into Russia’s exploitation of social media during the 2016 presidential election will almost certainly continue for months. But dozens of less splashy online misinformation campaigns are happening every day, and they deserve attention, too. Tech companies should act decisively to prevent hoaxes and misinformation from spreading on their platforms, even if it means hiring thousands more moderators or angering some partisan organizations.

Facebook and Google have spent billions of dollars developing virtual reality systems. They can spare a billion or two to protect actual reality.”

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After Las Vegas Shooting, Fake News Regains Its Megaphone

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A Facebook spokesman said, “We are working to fix the issue that allowed this to happen in the first place and deeply regret the confusion this caused.”

But this was no one-off incident. Over the past few years, extremists, conspiracy theorists and government-backed propagandists have made a habit of swarming major news events, using search-optimized “keyword bombs” and algorithm-friendly headlines. These organizations are skilled at reverse-engineering the ways that tech platforms parse information, and they benefit from a vast real-time amplification network that includes 4Chan and Reddit as well as Facebook, Twitter and Google. Even when these campaigns are thwarted, they often last hours or days — long enough to spread misleading information to millions of people.

The latest fake news flare-up came at an inconvenient time for companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter, which are already defending themselves from accusations that they have let malicious actors run rampant on their platforms.

On Monday, Facebook handed congressional investigators 3,000 ads that had been purchased by Russian government affiliates during the 2016 campaign season, and it vowed to hire 1,000 more human moderators to review ads for improper content. (The company would not say how many moderators currently screen its ads.) Twitter faces tough questions about harassment and violent threats on its platform, and is still struggling to live down a reputation as a safe haven for neo-Nazis and other poisonous groups. And Google also faces questions about its role in the misinformation economy.

Part of the problem is that these companies have largely abrogated the responsibility of moderating the content that appears on their platforms, instead relying on rule-based algorithms to determine who sees what. Facebook, for instance, previously had a team of trained news editors who chose which stories appeared in its trending topics section, a huge driver of traffic to news stories. But it disbanded the group and instituted an automated process last year, after reports surfaced that the editors were suppressing conservative news sites. The change seems to have made the problem worse — earlier this year, Facebook redesigned the trending topics section again, after complaints that hoaxes and fake news stories were showing up in users’ feeds.

There is also a labeling issue. A Facebook user looking for news about the Las Vegas shooting on Monday morning, or a Google user searching for information about the wrongfully accused shooter, would have found posts from 4Chan and Sputnik alongside articles by established news organizations like CNN and NBC News, with no obvious cues to indicate which ones came from reliable sources.

More thoughtful design could help solve this problem, and Facebook has already begun to label some disputed stories with the help of professional fact checkers. But fixes that require identifying “reputable” news organizations are inherently risky because they open companies up to accusations of favoritism. (After Facebook announced its fact-checking effort, which included working with The Associated Press and Snopes, several right-wing activists complained of left-wing censorship.)

The automation of editorial judgment, combined with tech companies’ reluctance to appear partisan, has created a lopsided battle between those who want to spread misinformation and those tasked with policing it. Posting a malicious rumor on Facebook, or writing a false news story that is indexed by Google, is a nearly instantaneous process; removing such posts often requires human intervention. This imbalance gives an advantage to rule-breakers, and makes it impossible for even an army of well-trained referees to keep up.

But just because the war against misinformation may be unwinnable doesn’t mean it should be avoided. Roughly two-thirds of American adults get news from social media, which makes the methods these platforms use to vet and present information a matter of national importance.

Facebook, Twitter and Google are some of the world’s richest and most ambitious companies, but they still have not shown that they’re willing to bear the costs — or the political risks — of fixing the way misinformation spreads on their platforms. (Some executives appear resolute in avoiding the discussion. In a recent Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg reasserted the platform’s neutrality, saying that being accused of partisan bias by both sides is “what running a platform for all ideas looks like.”)

The investigations into Russia’s exploitation of social media during the 2016 presidential election will almost certainly continue for months. But dozens of less splashy online misinformation campaigns are happening every day, and they deserve attention, too. Tech companies should act decisively to prevent hoaxes and misinformation from spreading on their platforms, even if it means hiring thousands more moderators or angering some partisan organizations.

Facebook and Google have spent billions of dollars developing virtual reality systems. They can spare a billion or two to protect actual reality.

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Current News Review – 8:25 AM 10/3/2017
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Marilou Danley – Google News: What we know about the Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend Marilou Danley – Business Insider
Las Vegas shooting – Google News: Trauma surgeon: Las Vegas shooting aftermath was ‘pretty surreal scene’ – ABC News
Las Vegas shooting – Google News: He was shot helping people during the Las Vegas shooting. His heroics helped his photo go viral. – Washington Post
Jason Aldean – Google News: Jason Aldean’s Emotional Response to Las Vegas Shooting: ‘Come Together and Stop the Hate’ – PEOPLE.com
Stephen Paddock – Google News: Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter – New York Times
Mandalay Bay shooting – Google News: Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter – New York Times
Stephen Paddock – Google News: Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas Suspect, Was a Gambler Who Drew Little Attention – New York Times
Las Vegas shooting – Google News: Country guitarist changes mind on gun control after Las Vegas shooting – Chicago Tribune
Jason Aldean – Google News: Big & Rich Recall ‘Horrifying’ Las Vegas Shooting After Opening for Jason Aldean: We’re ‘Just Heartbroken’ – PEOPLE.com
Mandalay Bay shooting – Google News: The Las Vegas Massacre: Shots, Chaos and a Frantic Search for the Gunman – New York Times
Las Vegas shooting – Google News: Las Vegas shooting: Gun dealer says, ‘my gut fell out from underneath me’ – USA TODAY
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Las Vegas shooting – Google News: Las Vegas Mass Shooting Latest: Who Are The Victims? – NPR
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Stephen Paddock – Google News: Two Nevada Gun Shops Say Stephen Paddock Passed Background Checks – NBCNews.com
 


NBCNews.com

Stephen Paddock – Google News

Marilou Danley – Google News: What we know about the Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend Marilou Danley – Business Insider
 


Business Insider
What we know about the Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend Marilou Danley
Business Insider
Danley had been married for 25 years before jointly filing for divorce with her then-husband Geary Danley in 2015, the Reno Gazette-Journal reported, citing interviews with friends of Marilou. Neighbor Susan Page told the newspaper Paddock andDanley …
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Who is Marilou Danley, girlfriend of suspected Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock?USA TODAY
Who is Stephen Paddock’s roommate, Marilou Danley?Las Vegas Sun
Atlanta Journal Constitution –The Commercial Appeal
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Marilou Danley – Google News

Marilou Danley – Google News: Las Vegas gunman, associate have ties to Northern Nevada – KRNV My News 4
 


KRNV My News 4
Las Vegas gunman, associate have ties to Northern Nevada
KRNV My News 4
(NEWS 4 & FOX 11) Marilou Danley, the woman briefly identified as a person of interest in the Las Vegas mass shooting, has ties to Northern Nevada. Officials are saying that Danley is not a suspect at this time, but her role in the incident is still and more »

Marilou Danley – Google News

Las Vegas shooting – Google News: Trauma surgeon: Las Vegas shooting aftermath was ‘pretty surreal scene’ – ABC News
 


NBCNews.com
Trauma surgeon: Las Vegas shooting aftermath was ‘pretty surreal scene’
ABC News
Dr. Syed Saquib said he was the lone trauma surgeon on call at University Medical Center Sunday night when the hospital was notified that there was “a mass casualty situation on the Vegas strip.” It was a little after 10 p.m. and, very quickly, it 
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Jimmy Kimmel gets emotional after shooting in his hometown Las VegasCNNMoney
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Las Vegas shooting – Google News

Las Vegas shooting – Google News: He was shot helping people during the Las Vegas shooting. His heroics helped his photo go viral. – Washington Post
 


Washington Post
He was shot helping people during the Las Vegas shooting. His heroics helped his photo go viral.
Washington Post
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Las Vegas shooting – Google News

Jason Aldean – Google News: Jason Aldean’s Emotional Response to Las Vegas Shooting: ‘Come Together and Stop the Hate’ – PEOPLE.com
 


PEOPLE.com
Jason Aldean’s Emotional Response to Las Vegas Shooting: ‘Come Together and Stop the Hate’
PEOPLE.com
Jason Aldean is speaking out than a day after gunshots were fired during his Las Vegas concert at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. Over the last 24 hrs I have gone through lots of emotions, the country star, 40, wrote on Instagram. Scared, Anger 
Country Music Stars Express Shock at Las Vegas ShootingNew York Times
Today in Entertainment: Tom Petty dies at 66; Jason Aldean and other performers react to Las Vegas mass shootingLos Angeles Times
Jason Aldean, Jake Owen and Luke Combs, Sunday’s artists at the Route 91 Harvest festivalWashington Post
CNN –CNBC
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Jason Aldean – Google News

Stephen Paddock – Google News: ‘Bump-stock’ devices: How Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock could have used ‘a souped-up semi-automatic’ – Telegraph.co.uk
 


Telegraph.co.uk
‘Bump-stock’ devices: How Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock could have used ‘a souped-up semi-automatic’
Telegraph.co.uk
Those weapons have been largely outlawed for three decades, though it appears Paddock used a device to give him “a souped-up semi”. Officials told the Associated Press on Monday that the 64-year-old had two “bump-stocks”. The device basically replaces …
Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Had at Least 17 Guns in His Hotel Room, Officials SayTIME
Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Bought Guns Legallyand Passed Background Checks With ‘No Red Flags at All’Newsweek
Did the Las Vegas Shooting Involve an Automatic Weapon?The Atlantic
WLS-TV –Evening Standard –The Weekly Standard –GoFundMe
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Stephen Paddock – Google News

Stephen Paddock – Google News: FBI, police search northwest Reno home owned by a Stephen Paddock – KRNV My News 4
 

FBI, police search northwest Reno home owned by a Stephen Paddock
KRNV My News 4
RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) The FBI and Reno police are at a home in northwest Reno owned by a Stephen Paddock, the name of the suspect in the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.and more »

Stephen Paddock – Google News

Las Vegas shooting – Google News: Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter – New York Times
 


New York Times
Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter
New York Times
Several pounds of a nonflammable exploding target used for practice were recovered from Mr. Paddock’s home in Mesquite, about an hour outside Las Vegas, Sheriff Lombardo said. Ammonium nitrate was found in Mr. Paddock’s car in Las Vegas, the sheriff …and more »

Las Vegas shooting – Google News

Stephen Paddock – Google News: Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter – New York Times
 


New York Times
Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter
New York Times
From his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock would have looked down upon a crowd of more than 20,000 people, surging to the final sets of a country music festival. He opened fire late Sunday …and more »

Stephen Paddock – Google News

Mandalay Bay shooting – Google News: Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter – New York Times
 


New York Times
Gunman’s Vantage Point and Preparations Opened the Way for Mass Slaughter
New York Times
Audio recordings of the shooting suggest that at least one of Mr. Paddock’s weapons fired automatically, discharging multiple bullets with a single depression of a trigger, in what are commonly called bursts. Weapons capable of burst fire have long and more »

Mandalay Bay shooting – Google News

Stephen Paddock – Google News: Who is Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock? – NBC Bay Area
 


NBC Bay Area
Who is Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock?
NBC Bay Area
Stephen Paddock lived in a tidy Nevada retirement community where the amenities include golf, tennis and bocce. He was a multimillionaire real-estate investor, recently shipped his 90-year-old mother a walker and liked to travel to Las Vegas to play …and more »

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Stephen Paddock – Google News: Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas Suspect, Was a Gambler Who Drew Little Attention – New York Times
 


New York Times
Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas Suspect, Was a Gambler Who Drew Little Attention
New York Times
While his motive for the mass shooting outside a Las Vegas casino on Sunday night is unknown, details of Stephen Paddock’s history pointed to an unmoored and highly unconventional life. From his neighbors in a quiet retirement community in Mesquite, …
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PEOPLE.com
Big & Rich Recall ‘Horrifying’ Las Vegas Shooting After Opening for Jason Aldean: We’re ‘Just Heartbroken’
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Fox News
The Las Vegas Massacre: Shots, Chaos and a Frantic Search for the Gunman
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By The New York Times | Source: Aerial image by Google. A deadly drama played out on two stages on Sunday: The streets and festival grounds that became a killing field, and the halls of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino where police stalked the gunman 
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Mandalay Bay shooting – Google News

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USA TODAY
Las Vegas shooting: Gun dealer says, ‘my gut fell out from underneath me’
USA TODAY
Las Vegas shooting: Complete coverage from the USA TODAY NETWORK. It became clear that Paddock had not used a shotgun, having fired into the crowd from several hundred yards away, but Michel said he was still overwhelmed by sadness for the …
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Las Vegas shooting – Google News

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PEOPLE.com
Las Vegas Victim Takes Final Breath In Festival Worker’s Arms: ‘I Wasn’t Going to Let Him Be a John Doe’
PEOPLE.com
Heather Gooze went from laughing and posing for pictures with colleagues as she bartended at the Route 91 Harvest music festival to holding two dying men in her arms after a gunman perpetrated the deadliest mass shooting in United States history on …
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Las Vegas shooting – Google News

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NPR
Las Vegas Mass Shooting Latest: Who Are The Victims?
NPR
A more detailed picture is beginning to emerge from the chaos and devastation of Sunday’s country music concert on the Las Vegas Strip that became the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. With more than 500 people injured and 59 killed, “It’s a 
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Las Vegas shooting – Google News

Stephen Paddock – Google News: Who was Stephen Paddock? – KMSP-TV
 

Who was Stephen Paddock?
KMSP-TV
MESQUITE, Nev. (AP) – Stephen Paddock lived in a tidy Nevada retirement community where the amenities include golf, tennis and bocce. He was a multimillionaire real-estate investor, recently shipped his 90-year-old mother a walker and liked to travel and more »

Stephen Paddock – Google News

Las Vegas shooting – Google News: After Las Vegas Shooting, Fake News Regains Its Megaphone – New York Times
 


New York Times
After Las Vegas Shooting, Fake News Regains Its Megaphone
New York Times
When they woke up and glanced at their phones on Monday morning, Americans may have been shocked to learn that the man behind the mass shooting in Las Vegas late on Sunday was an anti-Trump liberal who liked Rachel Maddow and MoveOn.org, …
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Las Vegas shooting – Google News

 

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