Eric Paddock plans to keep his brother’s ashes in a safe deposit box “to make sure that there’s no hoopla around Steve’s remains.”
It’s been three months since the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history took place near the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada and we still know little about gunman Stephen Paddock’s motives. According to local Las Vegas news...Show More Summary
Lawyers for police argued authorities could not release sealed documents because they are investigating more charges.
More than 300 pages of search warrants and affidavits unsealed in the case Friday shed new light on the meticulous planning Stephen Paddock put into the October 2017 slaughter.
LAS VEGAS—Her fingerprints were on the ammunition. Her casino players’ card was found in his room. Investigators scoured her social media accounts and emails — one of which he, Stephen Paddock, had access to....
Agents knew Stephen Paddock had big caches of weapons when they sought warrants
On Friday a federal judge made public hundreds of pages of court documents that had been filed by the FBI in the days and weeks after the Las Vegas concert shooting. The judge did so in response to a lawsuit filed by CNN and several media organizations. Show More Summary
The FBI unsealed 315 pages of search warrant affidavits related to the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history on Friday, the AP reports. But the documents still don't answer the big question: Why did Stephen Paddock kill 58 people and wound more than 500 others from his Las Vegas...
F.B.I. search warrants shed new light on the degree to which Stephen Paddock planned the attack and prepared for the aftermath to come.
The documents didn’t answer the key unanswered question: What motivated Stephen Paddock to kill 58 people and injure hundreds more.
The staff at the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas interacted with gunman Stephen Paddock more than 10 times in the days before he unleashed the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, and even talked to him twice on the day of the massacre, the luxury resort’s company said.
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.
But it's still not clear if workers saw Stephen Paddock — or his arsenal — the day he killed 58 people.
MGM Resorts International says interactions between Stephen Paddock and hotel employees were "normal in nature"
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
Stephen Paddock’s family supports the idea of giving his money to victims. The challenge will be to make sure it’s not depleted by legal expenses.
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.
When Stephen Paddock opened fire on a concert crowd in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, he left 58 people dead and 546 injured. One of those wounded was Jasara Requejo. Mass shooting victims have few options for financial redress The gun industry is shielded from liability This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments