LAS VEGAS – A judge in Las Vegas has ordered police release 911 calls, body camera video, and a number of other records that the ministry had asked to keep the audience to the conclusion the investigation of last year’s mass shooting.
Nevada state Judge Richard Scotti on Wednesday ruled the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department must begin with the disclosure of records media organisations, who had sought there an hour after the Oct. 1 can shoot.
Scotti said the department must redact all identifying information, such as names, Social Security numbers and the sharing of videos in which people can be easily recognized.
A high-stakes player killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more, after he shattered the windows of his hotel suite and unleashed gunfire on a music festival below. He killed himself.