An unrepentant firearms dealer who sold weapons to Las Vegas mass murderer Stephen Paddock went on Van Jones‘ show today to say that bad parenting is to blame for incidents like the recent Parkland police shooting. David Famiglietti has admitted to selling “a few guns” to Stephen...
It’s been over four months since America was rocked by the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas. During the horrific attack on innocent concert-goers, so-called “lone wolf” shooter Stephen Paddock rained down hundreds...Show More Summary
Report showed gunman Stephen Paddock had anti-anxiety drugs in his system but was not under the influence of them
An autopsy report on the Las Vegas gunman who carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history has offered little evidence as to what triggered his violent behaviour. Documents revealed Stephen Paddock had anti-anxiety drugs in his system when he opened fire on crowds at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in October 2017. Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The much anticipated autopsy report on Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock did nothing to help explain why he carried out the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history — his body didn't hold diseases or drugs or other substances that could have caused aggressive behavior.
The autopsy report on Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock did nothing to help explain why he carried out the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.
The much anticipated autopsy report on Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock did nothing to help explain why he carried out the deadliest shooting in modern US history—his body didn't hold diseases or drugs or other substances that could have caused aggressive behavior. In fact, it showed he was a...
Stephen Paddock was overweight, had some anti-anxiety medication in his urine, and his body suffered from the usual wear and tear that comes with aging. But the autopsy on Paddock failed to help answer why he chose to perch himself in the window of his 32nd-floor hotel room and kill 58 people while...
A study of Stephen Paddock’s brain revealed an abnormally high number of structures associated with age, but no evidence of neurological disorders.
Mandalay Bay’s 32nd floor is about to disappear. The number of the floor, from which gunman Stephen Paddock used an arsenal of rifles to kill 58 and wound more than 500 concert-goers on Oct. 1, will be eliminated, MGM Resorts confirmed Thursday. MGM Resorts media relations manager Brian Ahern said...
Floors 31, 32, 33 and 34 of the hotel will be renumbered 56, 57, 58 and 59, said Brian Ahern, a spokesman for MGM Resorts International, which owns the Mandalay Bay. Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old retiree, fired on the Route 91 Harvest festival on Oct. Show More Summary
He said he had no idea what Stephen Paddock would do.
Douglas Haig, 55, of the Phoenix suburb of Mesa, Arizona, became the first person arrested and charged in connection with the Oct. 1 massacre, which ended when the perpetrator, Stephen Paddock, killed himself. Haig said he had no inkling of any criminal intent by Paddock.
An Arizona man was charged Friday with making armor-piercing ammunition without a license and selling it to the Las Vegas gunman whose October killing spree left 58 concert-goers dead. Stephen Paddock, 64, killed himself after the rampage...Show More Summary
Haig's name was mistakenly released when a judge in Nevada made the police warrant public without redacting Haig's name. This post Charges File Against Reloader Who Sold Stephen Paddock Ammunition appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
Douglas Haig allegedly met shooter Stephen Paddock multiple times.
Douglas Haig was charged with manufacturing and selling illegal bullets to Stephen Paddock before the gunman killed 58 people in Las Vegas.
Federal authorities have charged a man who sold ammunition to Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock with manufacturing armor piercing bullets. The dealer, Douglas Haig, spoke to reporters about the massacre a few hours earlier Friday. (Feb. 2)
The Arizona man who sold 720 rounds of tracer ammunition to Las Vegas massacre gunman Stephen Paddock was charged with manufacturing armor-piercing bullets Friday. The unfired bullets were recovered from Paddock’s Mandalay Bay hotel room. Show More Summary
Douglas Haig spoke with Newsweek days after the shooting.