Las Vegas shooter killed himself

  • Las Vegas shooter killed himself

Las Vegas shooter killed himself

Police officers stand at the scene of a shooting near the Mandalay Bay resort and casino. But Short's knee buckled. The police discovered firearms, explosives and thousands of rounds of ammunition at the home of the shooter, of Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock, who committed Sunday night to the shooting, the bloodiest of the history of the United States. It hurt. Blood gushed from the wound.

The man identified as the shooter responsible for killing and wounding hundreds in Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock, previously worked for a company that later become Lockheed Martin (LMT). A nurse, a special education teacher and kindergarten teacher are among the dead. Authorities found 10 unspecified weapons in his hotel room and a camera system, which authorities believed Paddock set up to monitor their approach. Explosives were found at the home and in his Paddock's vehicle.

"We will always protect the Second Amendment, we will always protect the rights of hunters, but what we should not be doing is protecting gun manufacturers who are truly putting profits above people", she said.

Mr Hodge, who has lived in Los Angeles for five years and spent a lot of time in Las Vegas, said the mass shooting has shaken him. The victims were across the street attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival concert when bullets rang out.

"You kept hearing gunshots. She turned around and looked from the stage up was rushing toward the back and she just said 'run!'" It seems he simply used her identification to check into his hotel. She wanted to talk to her mother.

"It was a machine gun from the room next to me", he said.

"As far as his history and background, we haven't completed that part of the investigation yet, but we located numerous firearms within the room that he occupied", Lombardo said at a news conference early Monday morning. "There is no doubt about that and they just kept coming", said Sisco.

"I am saddened by the many lives lost".