Las Vegas hero Campos emerges, will break his silence … on Ellen Degeneres’s show

Las Vegas hero Campos emerges, will break his silence … on Ellen Degeneres’s show
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[Ed. – It’s good that he has re-emerged to tell his story, but why did he choose this curious venue?]

“Jesus Campos wants to tell his story at a time and place of his choosing,” his employers told the media yesterday after questions arose over his sudden disappearance last week. The time will be today, and the place will be The Ellen Show. …

In clips of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” supplied to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Campos reviewed the events of the shooting, recounting how he was alerted to check on a door that was ajar. He said he was on the stairwell going from the 31st to the 32nd floor and came upon a door that was blocked and wouldn’t open. So he rerouted through a hallway and called security dispatch to get an engineer to check on the blocked door. The worker summoned would be Schuck.

Campos said he then heard drilling sounds and believed the slamming of the heavy door he passed through to get to the 32nd floor alerted Paddock to his presence. Paddock shot through the door and hit Campos in the leg.

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