to connectVideoFBI is no apparent motive for the Las Vegas shooting
In a three-page summary of the main findings of the FBI, said it was not clear why the gunman, Stephen Paddock, and killed 58 people on Nov. 1, 2017.
Two years have now passed since the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the biggest question still remains unanswered.
The American public is still in the dark as to why the Las Vegas gunman, Stephen Paddock, and opened fire on the audience, outside the Mandalay Bay resort on Jan. 1, 2017, at least 58 deaths and the injury of hundreds more.
The FBI agents, and the behavior of the specialists, for more than a year of research at the point of attack. Officials have released a clip of nearly 1,200 officer with a body camera videos, for many hours of the 911 audio recordings, and dozens of hand-written and transcribed testimonies.
But, for 730 days, no one can definitively say what the Track is, and the motive for the massacre was on.
It is still unknown what the cause of Stephen, the Track, the Las Vegas shooting.
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Paddock, acting alone when he planned and carried out the attack, Aaron Rouse, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Las Vegas office, said in a jan. The 64-year-old fatally shot himself as police arrived at his suite in the hotel.
The Las Vegas police is that in their research in the August of 2018, without the formation of a pattern.
The Paddock was a retired postal service worker, an accountant and real estate investor who has owned homes and homes in Reno, nevada, in a retirement community, more than an hour’s drive away from the famous Las Vegas strip. He also held a pilot’s license and loved to gamble tens of thousands of dollars at a time.
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The police have characterized him as a loner who had no religious or political affiliation, in spite of reports that he had to carry on as well as the Federal Emergency Management Agency) camps established in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the deadly standoff between the police and the militia forces, in Waco, Texas in 1993 and Ruby Ridge, Idaho, in 1992.
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Raw video: Las Vegas Metro Police Department, which releases body cam footage, as the officers of Stephen Paddock’s room at the Mandalay Bay hotel during the attack, automatic gunfire can be heard in the background.
Authorities said he began to have an arsenal of weapons for the attack, and brought in $1.5 million in the two years before the Sept. 1, 2017. He also started to distance himself from his girlfriend and her family.
The Paddock is sent to his girlfriend, Marilou Danley, to visit her family in the Philippines for two weeks prior to the attack. He has also stuck to her $150,000, and while she was there. She returned to the united states. after the shooting and told authorities he had complained that he was ill, and the doctors told him that he was suffering from a life-threatening chemical imbalance.”
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In the days prior to the related area fired more than 1,000 rounds of assault-style rifles at a country music festival and the video-recordings showed him wheeling the bag after the bag in their suite of the hotel, while the guards helped him. More than 30 video clips that have been released show the Track of the user interaction with the Mandalay Bay, the staff, the games in the casino, gaming machines, and the transportation of the bags.
Despite the fact that the police found 23 guns, in the Paddock of the room after the shooting, he left no note to explain all of the chaotic mess he left behind.
As part of the memorial events this year, government officials held a Sunrise Memorial service in honor of the 58 who were killed.
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“All the light came from an immense light,” Gov. Steve Sisolak said Tuesday morning. “Our Las Vegas, Las Vegas, the family has shown its true colors like never before. In order to donate blood, to help, to support and to push through to the next day and the next and the one after it.”
The Nevada DMV also released a “Forever Strong” license plates on the roads today, and with the proceeds go to the casino, Strong Resilience Center, described it as “a place of healing and support, is dedicated to serve as a multi-agency, resource, and referral centre for residents, visitors, and emergency responders affected by the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.”
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Lacey, He was shot in the leg during the attack, but was able to continue to operate. Now that she is in favour of a company called citizenAID a cell phone, app to online training, and a link kit, to help the people injured in the shooting or the accident.
“Our mass shooting, it was the beginning of a change in the way in which much of the world,” Newman, who lives in Huntington Beach, Calif., told the Associated Press. “This is a very, very powerful force. You just never know when something bad is going to happen.”
Fox News is Ryan Gaydos and the Associated Press contributed to this report.