As the investigation into the Las Vegas shooting drags on, more questions are raised than answered.

We still do not know the shooter’s motive or if he was connected to ISIS.

But one interview with a key witness is raising eyebrows and leading to chilling questions.

Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos – who was injured when he confronted the gunman – finally surfaced and was interviewed on the Ellen DeGeneres show.

It was a softball interview where Campos did not say what time he was shot and DeGeneres did not question him on the constantly shifting timeline.

Fox News reported:

“Meanwhile, Jesus Campos, a Mandalay Bay security guard who was hailed by Las Vegas police as a “hero” for alerting authorities to the gunman’s sniper’s nest, appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ show earlier in the week.

However, the interview did not clear up any of the unanswered questions about Paddock and the response to the shooting, including what caused Paddock to stop firing before authorities ever gained entry to his room, where Paddock was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.”

The lack of clarity investigators have presented to the public has allowed conspiracy theories and baseless claims to run wild.

Campos only doing one interview with DeGeneres – after canceling multiple other appearances – gives the impression someone is hiding something.

Even though there is no evidence to dispute the official story, the actions of law enforcement and the hotel are feeding the internet’s worst instincts.

To add on top of the changing story, a judge ordered Mandalay Bay not to destroy anything that could be considered evidence.

This will lead to wild theories that the only reason the Judge handed down such a ruling was out of fear the hotel was engaging in a cover-up.

Fox News reported:

“MGM Resorts International has no plans to rent the room used by mass killer Stephen Paddock to gun down 58 people and wound hundreds more, the company said.

“This was a terrible tragedy perpetrated by an evil man. We have no intention of renting that room,” the company told the Las Vegas Sun in a statement Friday.

The company did not say what it intended to do with the 32nd-floor suite at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, nor has it revealed what its intentions are for the festival grounds that were used for the Route 91 concerts.

Nearly three weeks after the Oct. 1 massacre, police have yet to piece together Paddock’s motive. In addition, critical questions still linger about what exactly transpired in the days, weeks and months prior to the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

On Thursday, a judge ordered MGM Resorts to not destroy anything that could be considered evidence in a trial. The order blocks Mandalay Bay from erasing video surveillance, card-swipe data and complaints coming from Paddock’s hotel suite until another hearing Oct. 30, where MGM Resorts will have a chance to argue against it.”

Conspiracy theories and unsubstantiated rumors are filling the void that the lack of facts and findings from an investigation created.

A coherent story that sticks will knock down rumors, innuendo, and conspiracies.

We will keep you up to date on any findings in this investigation.