Note in Vegas Gunman's Hotel Room Had Details of Bullet Trajectories

09 Octobre, 2017, 02:36 | Auteur: Aubrey Nash
  • LASVEGAS-SHOOTING

Ms Danley, 62, said she had no idea about what Paddock had been plotting, adding that she thought the money was a sign he was planning to end the relationship.

From the Blackstone Hotel, where Paddock had made the reservation, a person with the right room could see clear across Lollapalooza and to Lake Michigan, which runs along the park's eastern side.

He pointed to Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, two teenage gunmen who killed 12 students and a teacher at a Colorado high school before killing themselves in 1999, who fantasised about a second attack.

Paddock's ability to fire hundreds of rounds per minute over the course of his 10-minute shooting spree was a major factor in the high casualty count, police said. Because so few people knew Paddock well, investigators will likely have an even harder time sorting through his background to try to uncover any possible leads, Southers said.

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"There are also areas where you have a higher population of collectors", Rabadi said.

Early calls for silencers to be outlawed were replaced by calls to outlaw "bump stocks", which the killer used so he could shoot his arsenal of semi-automatic weapons at a faster rate.

"He hadn't written out the calculations - all he had was written out [was] the final numbers that were on the sheet", he added.

He raised no red flags with authorities.

. Investigators said they hadn't learned anything in his social life, finances or political beliefs that explained his path to radicalization. "But they may also want some type of closure as to why in the world did this occur".

"His father became famous for committing crimes", Mr Lankford continued, "that's a dangerous lesson for a child".

The deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas happened on Sunday.

The representatives said Paddock did not spend the night there or make a reservation. We called the FBI and they had agents at our station in less than an hour to pick it up.

Profilers and behavioral scientists this week were brought in to examine witness interviews and investigative summaries to better understand what drove the Mesquite, Nevada, man to execute and injure so many in such a calculated and detached fashion.

And according to a 2016 database of mass shootings involving four or more victims, just 15% of mass shooting suspects had a psychotic disorder while 11% had paranoid schizophrenia, Northeastern University criminologist James Alan Fox found. After previous mass shootings, there were bigoted screeds posted online, confessions to police, videotaped rants, histories of violent behavior or worrisome trails of arrest records and mental health consultations.

Hotels in Vegas and around the world already are thinking of ways to beef up their security.

Among popular cruise destinations in the Middle East are Dubai and Abu Dhabi, Oman, the Jordanian port of Aqaba, Bahrain, Qatar and a number of Egyptian ports.

Police, according to multiple law enforcement officials, still have found no definitive evidence to prove Paddock had an accomplice, and have not nailed down a definitive motive.

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