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Vegas mass killer Stephen Paddock set up cameras in hotel room

October 4, 2017  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Vegas mass killer Stephen Paddock set up cameras in hotel room

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Stephen Paddock set up cameras inside hotel room

Newly released images have emerged from inside the hotel room where Stephen Paddock launched his horrific massacre, which resulted in the murders of 59 innocent people at a festival in Las Vegas Sunday.

The photos shed light on how Paddock meticulously planned the massacre that he even set up cameras in the peephole of his hotel room door and on a service cart outside the room to spot the presence of law enforcement, Fox News reported.

The 64-year-old retired accountant opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino on concertgoers attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival across the street.

Crime scene images from Vegas killer Stephen Paddock’s hotel room

Paddock killed himself as police got to his room.

Photos show several high powered assault rifles scattered around the room from where he launched the deadliest mass shooting event in modern U.S. history.

Meanwhile, federal authorities have questioned the gunman’s girlfriend Marilou Danley, 62 and what she might have known about the attack with officials naming her a “person of interest”

High-powered assault rifles can be seen scattered around the room

Danley was met by federal agents at LAX Airport early Tuesday as she returned to the United States from the Philippines as investigators continue to determine a motive for the heinous attack.

Paddack reportedly wired tens of thousands of dollars to the Philipines in the days before committing Sunday’s rampage.

Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said he was absolutely” confident investigators will find out what triggered Paddock.

High-powered assault rifles can be seen scattered around the room

Law enforcement officials have not ruled out the possibility Paddock may have been radicalized. However, the FBI on Tuesday discounted any connection between Paddock and international terrorism.

A source told Fox News investigators are probing whether Paddock sent the funds to Danley.

Additionally, the law enforcement source told the Associated Press that federal investigators have interviewed Danley’s “immediate relative,” who described Paddock as “unstable.”

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