Wednesday, 21 November, 2018

Stephen Paddock Kids: Las Vegas Shooter Had NO Children

Police on Monday had a street near the shooting scene blocked off Monday had a street near the shooting scene blocked off
Melinda Barton | 07 October, 2017, 06:10

"The people are hurting and they want to lash out and they are lashing out at the wrong family, wrong people", Geary's daughter said.

She said she became concerned at that point, thinking he wanted to break up with her.

Video footage obtained by CBS News on Tuesday showed where Las Vegas police officers breached Paddock's hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

Authorities are trying to determine why Paddock, 64, killed 59 people in the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history.

But the 21-story hotel says that no one by that name actually checked into the hotel during the festival, and authorities have not confirmed that it was the same person as the Las Vegas shooter. To her stay overseas during mass murder, she said that paddock had given her a plane ticket to visit her family.

Whatever Paddock's motive, authorities said he planned the attack methodically, not only stockpiling almost two dozen guns in his hotel room but setting up cameras in the peephole and on a service cart outside his door, apparently to watch for police coming for him.

In it, Danley describes her friend Stephen Paddock as a caring and benevolent person whom she loved.

She was out of the country when the shooting happened, visiting her native Philippines.

Authorities found 19 weapons from his home in Mesquite, a small city in Nevada, and 23 in the Mandalay Bay Hotel room in Las Vegas from where Paddock opened fire on 22,000 people attending a concert at a country music festival on Sunday night.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the American composer and playwright of the award-winning play "Hamilton", also took to Twitter to share condolences for people affected by the tragedy in Las Vegas. He said he anticipated getting "substantial information" in the next 48 hours and said he was confident a motive would become clear.

The admission came as part of a statement delivered by her attorney on Wednesday, after the FBI interviewed Danley as part of its investigation into the deadly shooting on Sunday. A report said Tuesday that Paddock had a habit of berating his girlfriend.

Paddock transferred $100,000 to the Philippines in the days before the shooting, the AP reported.

Police said that Paddock had never been charged with any notable crime.