Accused Vegas Shooter's Doctor Is Division Leader of NV Emergency Response Agency Under DHS Direction

Accused Vegas Shooter's Doctor Is Division Leader of NV Emergency Response Agency Under DHS Direction

The physician who last June prescribed accused Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock Diazepam (a drug used to make some more hypno-suggestible or “hypnotizable” and induce amnesia) [1][2], is Dr. Steven P. Winkler of Las Vegas, NV. Winkler is the Chief Medical Officer of Nevada-1 DMAT (Disaster Medical Assistance Team)[3]. DMATs operate under the direction of the Department of Homeland Security and Winkler is thus what is known as an intermittent federal employee and also serves on a number of professional committees. [4] NV-1 DMAT is also a division of Nevada’s Clark County Emergency Management agency who just prior to the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting, hosted at least one multi-agency mock-mass casualty terrorism response exercise in Las Vegas. [5][6] CIA code named “MK-ULTRA” “mind control” programs experimented heavily with amnesia inducing hypnosis, facilitated by certain drugs like Diazepam. [7]

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