NJ.com reports: New Jersey has now banned “bump stocks,” controversial firearm accessories allegedly used by the shooter in last year’s Las Vegas massacre. The devices can be affixed to semiautomatic riffles to allow them to fire bullets, mimicking automatic weapons. Show More Summary
Hundreds of pages of newly-released court documents reveal what authorities knew and the leads they were chasing in the days following the attack, but offer little on motive.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on the release of documents related to the Las Vegas shooting (all times local):
Agents knew Stephen Paddock had big caches of weapons when they sought warrants
The staff at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas either interacted with mass shooter Stephen Paddock or entered his room at least 10 times before the night he killed 58 people at a music festival from his suite, a hotel representative has reportedly revealed.
Police say the alleged shooter ran away after the shooting Saturday morning at Arizona Charlie's Decatur
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two Las Vegas security guards were fatally shot Saturday while investigating a disturbance in a room at a hotel-casino and the suspected shooter is facing critical injuries after turning the gun on himself, police s...
The suspected shooter is facing critical injuries after turning the gun on himself.
Police in Las Vegas say two security guards are dead after being shot in a room at a hotel-casino. Police say the alleged shooter ran away after the shooting Saturday … Click to Continue »
Many deaths might have been avoided, but police and the casino want to hide the truth. Unanswered questions still surround the mass shooting in Las Vegas on October 1 this year. Days after shooter Stephen Paddock killed 59 people and injured over 500, confusing details emerged. Show More Summary
The FBI and Las Vegas Police Department seemingly left no stone unturned in their quest to ascertain exactly why 64-year-old Stephen Paddock – a multimillionaire real-estate investor and video-poker aficionado – decided to carry outShow More Summary
An FBI official is now saying it may take until next October for law enforcement to tell us why Stephen Paddock gunned down hundreds of people from a Mandalay Bay hotel window leaving 58 dead. WHY?? Las Vegas Review-Journal reported:...Show More Summary
“Now that’s a long time for some people, but speaking for the FBI, that’s light speed," the agent told a Nevada newspaper.
South Carolina’s capital on Tuesday could become the first U.S. city to ban the use of bump stocks, a gun accessory that has drawn national scrutiny after being found among the Las Vegas mass shooter’s arsenal of weapons in October. Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin said the city council...
Two months after the deadliest mass-shooting in U.S. history and virtually nothing is known about the shooter’s motives… One month ago, I called for the Las Vegas massacre not to simply fade away amidst a revolving news cycle and urged public questioning toward the official narrative – or lack thereof. Show More Summary
Radio chatter during the Tuesday incident suggests that the suspect, now dead, might have had mental problems.
GOOD LORD: Reno gunman opens fire at high-rise with links to Las Vegas shooter. A gunman with a hostage opened fire from the eighth floor of a luxury high-rise condominium in Nevada onto the streets below, authorities said. No injuries were reported. The man died Tuesday after a SWAT team descended on him while he […]
If you've been watching or reading the news at all tonight, you will know about the massacre that took place in Las Vegas. The death toll is over 50, but who knows what the final count will be. The shooter was perched on the 32nd floor...Show More Summary
Gunman Stephen Paddock fired more than 1,100 rounds of ammunition during his attack on a Las Vegas country music festival last month, authorities said.
Gunman Stephen Paddock fired more than 1,100 rounds of ammunition during his attack on a Las Vegas country music festival last month, authorities said. This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read mores | Linking Blogs | Comments