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Vegas Shooting Update: Girlfriend Back In US (Multiple Videos)

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Footage published by the Daily Mail shows the inside of Stephen Paddock's Mandalay Bay suite after the shooting was over. Daily Mail

President Donald Trump will head to Las Vegas later today to visit the scene of the worst mass murder in US history. The president will meet with officials, first responders and  some of the wounded during his 4 hour visit.

Following are various headlines and video reports. You can click the links to read the complete story.  Note that some of the video contains graphic content. We will provide a link to the Daily Mail which has obtained numerous crime scene photos including the body of the gunman.

LATimesGirlfriend of Las Vegas gunman, a ‘person of interest’ in mass shooting, has landed in Los Angeles

Marilou Danley, the girlfriend of the gunman who shot and killed 59 people at a country music concert in Las Vegas, returned Tuesday night to the United States from the Philippines, according to multiple law enforcement sources.

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Danley was met by federal agents at Los Angeles International Airport, said the officials, who were not authorized to discuss the case publicly.

Video by NBC News/WPXI Pittsburgh

 


 

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Daily MailVegas shooter’s body is seen splayed on his hotel room floor next to assault rifles, ammo and a possible note – as it’s revealed he hid TWO cameras in a room service cart and his door’s peephole so he knew when SWAT were coming. 

New photos show the horrifying scene SWAT teams encountered when they blew the door off the Las Vegas shooter’s room and found him dead inside – as authorities reveal the mass murderer set up cameras in a door peephole and on a room service cart outside the room to warn him when police arrived.

The photos, leaked Tuesday, show Stephen Paddock’s body on the floor of his suite in the Mandalay Bay resort and casino, which he used as a sniper’s nest on Sunday night to open fire on 22,000 innocent people attending a music festival across the street.

Bloomberg TV: President Donald Trump travels to Las Vegas Wednesday to meet victims and first responders involved in Sunday night’s mass shooting. Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

 


CNNLas Vegas shooting: Gunman fired for 9 to 11 minutes, police say (Video in story)

It took about 10 minutes of gunfire for Stephen Paddock to carry out the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.

From his position at a Las Vegas hotel, Paddock fired a barrage of bullets at 22,000 concertgoers below at a country music festival — made possible through what appeared to be meticulous planning.

Las Vegas Review JournalThe latest regarding the mass shooting in Las Vegas — VIDEO

Las Vegas is still reeling after tragedy on the Strip.

Parts of South Las Vegas Boulevard could be shut down for days after a mass shooting at Route 91 music festival left at least 59 dead and 525 wounded. The shooter, Stephen Paddock, had 23 guns in his Mandalay Bay hotel room on the 32nd floor. Authorities found 19 additional firearms in his Mesquite home. Paddock shot and killed himself as police entered his hotel room.

Police body cam footage (Via KNTV Las Vegas): 

 


CBS NewsStephen Paddock: What we know about the Las Vegas gunman

Police have identified Stephen Paddock as the gunman who opened fire on concertgoers from a hotel room in Las Vegas, killing at least 58 people and leaving more than 500 wounded in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Paddock, 64, began shooting from two windows on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino just after 10 p.m. local time Sunday evening, police said. A SWAT team found Paddock dead in his hotel room and officials believe he killed himself.