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LAS VEGAS – The Last to records released by Las Vegas police with regard to the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history (all times are local):
Aerial video released by Las Vegas police offers a unique overview, but little new information about the deadliest mass shooting in the nation’s modern history.
A quick review of footage released Wednesday includes six hours of video on a fixed-wing plane.
The series began more than two hours after the Oct. 1 shooting that 58 people were killed and hundreds were injured during a concert in the vicinity of the Mandalay Bay resort.
The Video also shows the gold-window façade of the hotel, where the shooter had fired approximately 10 minutes from the 32nd floor.
The images scan the environment and features a creepy infrared eye-in-the-sky images.
After daylight, a number of the newly released video shows the researchers wearing yellow jackets begins with exploring the dirt around the grandstand, VIP area and green area, where 22,000 people fled as shots rained down from a rapid-fire assault-style weapons.
The police and the FBI say they don’t know is the motive of the shooter, but they determined that he acted alone, and the attack had no link with international terrorism.
The material marked with the fourth batch of records made public under court orders.
Las Vegas police released video of traffic surveillance cameras along the Las Vegas Strip and the display of emergency vehicles arrive as the deadliest mass shooting in modern AMERICAN history unfolded.
A partial review of files made public Wednesday under the command of the judge shows video of police cars streaming down Las Vegas Boulevard, and a plane view of the Mandalay Bay resort and concert hall, where the attack occurred.
The video contains images of Oct. 1 when shots were fired into the crowd after 10 pm Muzzle flashes of gunfire can’t be seen from the camera view about a block from the concert hall.
If emergency vehicles clogging the street, shadows can be seen of people on a pedestrian bridge and the people on the sidewalk with each other when they are out of the darkness and past the camera.
The video is in color, but there is no sound.
Courts have ordered police to disclose officers’ body camera video, shipping logs, witness accounts and officer reports.
The material released Wednesday was the fourth batch of records made public under the orders of the court.
Fifty eight people were killed and hundreds were wounded when gunfire rained from the high-rise Mandalay Bay in the outdoor concert crowd.
The police in Las Vegas have released to any other party, in the public records about the deadliest mass shooting in modern AMERICAN history.
The release of a video on Wednesday came after courts ordered the department to disclose police body-camera video, shipping logs, witness accounts and officer reports of the Nov. 1 can shoot.
It is already the fourth batch of records to be released under the orders of the court.
The material is not detailed a possible motive, and instead tells stories of horror and heroism as officers responded to the massacre.
Fifty eight people were killed and hundreds were wounded when gunfire rained from a high-rise hotel in an open-air concert crowd on the Las Vegas Strip.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has forbidden comments of the department on the material that is released. The FBI has declined to comment.
Both agencies say that they do not have a motive for the attack and the investigation is ongoing.
They say shooter Stephen Paddock acting alone and the attack had no link with international terrorism.
The police in Las Vegas are scheduled to release more data about the deadliest mass shooting in modern AMERICAN history.
The release of the materials it has promised for the afternoon Wednesday.
Judge ordered the release of public records, including police body camera video, shipping logs, witness accounts and officer reports of the Nov. 1 shooting that 58 people were killed and hundreds injured on the Las Vegas Strip.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has banned comments from the department over the material.
The FBI has also declined to comment.
Both say that they do not have a motive for the attack, and that the investigation is ongoing.
They say shooter Stephen Paddock acted alone in the shooting of a high-rise hotel room in an outdoor concert crowd down, and that the attack had no link with international terrorism.