Published: Ven, Octobre 06, 2017
International | By Oceane Deschanel

Shooter May Have Been Radicalized — Las Vegas Sheriff

Shooter May Have Been Radicalized — Las Vegas Sheriff

She returned late Tuesday to Los Angeles, where FBI agents interviewed her on Wednesday.

Danley said that she left the country because Paddock bought her a ticket to visit her family in the Philippines.

Historically, the United States has had a number of mass shootings surpassing Sunday's attack.

The gunman fired at concertgoers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino before killing himself as law enforcement breached his hotel room.

Paddock would have had to have been a 'super hero' to pull it off, Lombardo said, before catching himself for using the word 'hero' to refer to a mass murderer.

"I will tell you that everybody that should have lived, lived", Coates said. The AP, quoting unnamed officials, says the amount of the wire transfer was $100,000.

4, Lombardo gave updates on the investigation during a press conference.

Clemente said a "psychological autopsy" may be necessary to try to establish the motive.

Danley, 62, has been called a "person of interest" by investigators.

Authorities expressed bafflement at what could have motivated the rampage.

"There's all kinds of things that surprise us in each one of these events".

While Paddock's motive has proved elusive, investigators have found no shortage of evidence of how Paddock carried out the elaborate attack. "We don't have those sort of indicators".

As they are trained to do, officers got hold of a master keycard and began to evacuate the hotel rooms.

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"Not yet", Trump said during remarks to reporters.

"Was he doing pre-surveillance?" said Lombardo. Some of the injured were hit by shrapnel.

Fellow Commissioner Robert Reives added, "It's just a sad time". It said investigators were trying to trace the money and were probing at least a dozen financial reports over the past several weeks that said Paddock gambled more than $10,000 per day.

President Donald Trump visited Las Vegas Wednesday and met with survivors of the shooting and law enforcement authorities who responded to the scene. "Many families tonight will go to bed in a world that is suddenly empty".

The details emerged as investigators struggled for a fourth day to explain what led the 64-year-old high-stakes gambler to open fire Sunday night on an open-air country music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel casino.

"You have to make an assumption that he had some help at some point", the sheriff said.

Sunday's shooting followed the massacre of 26 young children and educators in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012, and the slaying of 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando last year.

He said he didn't know what Stephen Paddock was planning with the explosives, if anything.

The recent rash of gun purchases brought Paddock's arsenal to a total of 47 since 1982. The Australian man says he spent time in Las Vegas with Paddock and Danley just a few months ago. But he reiterated police had no other suspects in the shooting itself. 12 guns were fitted with 'bump stocks', devices that enable a gun like an automatic weapon. He was known to gamble frequently and extensively.

Authorities are investigating reports that while she was in the Philippines, Paddock wired her $100,000.

"Maybe he's a super guy that was working this all out on his own, but it would be hard for me to believe that", the sheriff said.

The family said their father was shocked by the news. "She was sent away".

At a hastily organized prayer service at Christ Church Episcopal, Dan Edwards, the Episcopal Bishop of Nevada, opened his sermon by calling people to action.

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