Millionaire Vegas gunman who killed 59 people and hurt 527 took TWENTY THREE guns in TEN bags into Mandalay Bay sniper's nest

Terror attack in Las Vegas—Mandalay Bay hotel

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‘They took too long to take him out’: Veteran, who alerted the cops to Vegas gunman’s EXACT location,

  • A SWAT Team blew open the door to Las Vegas suite he was using as a sniper nest, but he’d shot himself dead
  • Cops recovered 23 guns, some with scopes and military-grade ammo, two with tripods, at least one full auto
  • Other semi-auto weapons had been modified with legal bump-stocks that simulate fully automatic fire
  • He also had 19 other guns, as well as explosives and as-yet-undetermined electronic devices, at his home
  • Paddock, 64, made a fortune in real estate but also gambled heavily on poker and slot machines, brother said
  • Paddock’s father was a ‘psychopathic’ serial bank robber who spent eight years on the FBI Most Wanted list
  • Las Vegas shooter was heavy gambler, son of ‘psychopath’ bank-robber

    Las Vegas Mass Shooting Full Scanner Audio of Police Response


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    Las Vegas Shooting Victims List: Names, Photos & Tributes

    Some of the 58 shooting victims in Las Vegas.

    A registered nurse who sacrificed his life to save his wife. A veteran of the war in Afghanistan whose last Facebook post, from July, starts, “What’s it like being shot at?” A beloved special education teacher. A grandmother of five who died in the arms of her husband of 32 years. A high school secretary described as a “beautiful person.” A college student with a “huge heart” who overcame previous health issues. An off-duty cop who wrote a book called “Memoirs of a Public Servant.” These are just some of the 59 people who died in Las Vegas during the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

    Heavy is committed to honoring them all. You will find a photo and bio for each of the deceased victims below as they become available. There were also at least 527 other people injured when the 64-year-old gunman armed with at least 19 guns unleashed a barrage of bullets from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay onto a crowd of thousands of concert-goers who were attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival.—A FULL LIST AT HEAVY

    Las Vegas massacre: Portraits of the victims

    Lisa Romero and Sonny Melton were among the 59 victims who were killed when a gunman opened fire late Sunday at a Las Vegas concert that left at least 59 people dead and 515 injured.

    Sonny Melton, of Paris, Tenn., was protecting his wife when a gunman aiming from the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas hotel-casino unleashed a hail of bullets on an outdoor country music festival below, his family told Fox affiliate WZTV.—More….



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    Country music star Jason Aldean was performing on stage at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival when lone gunman Stephen Paddock, 64, opened fire on the 22,000 people gathered.

    About 10pm: Paddock smashes out two windows on the 32nd floor with a hammer-like implement and opens fire with his arsenal of at least 19 weapons - including fully automatic weapons.

    10.08pm: First phone call to police that shots had been fired at the festival outside the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
    10.38pm: Police in Las Vegas say that they are ‘investigating reports of an active shooter’ near to the Mandalay Bay.
    11.08pm: Las Vegas police confirm they have shut down a portion of The Strip
    11.20pm: SWAT teams storm the 32nd floor room that Stephen Paddock was firing from. They gained entry using flashbangs designed to stun the shooter. Paddock fired through the door as SWAT teams were trying to breach the room. By the time they entered the room, he had shot himself dead. Seventy-two minutes elapsed from the first 911 call to Paddock being found dead.
    11.20pm: Hundreds of people began being transported to hospitals in Las Vegas
    11.32pm: McCarran International Airport announced it was diverting flights destined for the city.
    11.34pm: Interstate 15 in and out of Las Vegas was shut down for a time.
    11.56pm: Hospitals in Las Vegas said that at least two people were dead and 24 were injured of which 12 were critical.
    12.01am: Almost two hours after the first emergency call police confirmed that one suspect was ‘down’.
    1.06am: The Southern California police department say that one of their officers is among the injured.
    1.34am: At this point the death toll dramatic rises to 20 people injured and 100 injured.
    1.54am: Police in Las Vegas says that two of their officers who were off-duty were among the dead.
    2.13am: Investigators say that they are looking for the ‘roommate’ of the shooter - Marilou Danley and describe her as a person of interest.
    3.30am: Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo announces that the death toll is now at least 50 dead and 200 injured - making this the deadliest shooting in US history
    6.30am: Investigators say they have located Marilou Danley and say that she is overseas and is not longer a person of interest.
    9.30am: Sheriff provides another update and says that the death toll is now in excess of 59 and that 527 people are injured.

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