FBI Hopes Paddock's Girlfriend Can Provide Insight Into Las Vegas Attack

Posted October 06, 2017

Paddock had booked room 32135, described by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joseph Lombardo as one large suite with uninterrupted views of the Las Vegas Strip.

Snyder said Paddock had rigged 12 semi-automatic rifles with devices that allowed the guns to fire like an automatic weapon. "She probably was even (more) shocked than us because she is more closer to him than us", her sister said.

"We will look at every one of those lanes, pull every possible thread", he said. "We have a lot of work to do".

They wonder if he had some sort of mental break at the time that drove him to start making plans for mass murder.

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, speaking at a cybersecurity forum Wednesday in Boston, said investigators are busy "reconstructing the life, the behavior, the pattern of activity of this individual and anyone and everyone who may have crossed his path in the days and the weeks leading up to this horrific event".

"He liked to play video poker".

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The attack was a threat police could not have prepared for, McMahill said. "See if he's in here or if he's actually moved somewhere else". "We don't have those sort of indicators".

The FBI is shedding some more light on Paddock's background, saying his father was a notorious bank robber who tried to run down an FBI agent with his vehicle in Las Vegas in 1960.

Police said they're investigating the source of the leaked photos.

Authorities in the US, the Philippines and Australia were involved in the search for Danley, who travels on an Australian passport, CNN reported.

Marilou Danley has now returned to the United States and is being questioned by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents.

The girlfriend of the man who opened fire on concertgoers in Las Vegas, killing dozens and wounding hundreds more, arrived in Los Angeles Tuesday night as the investigation into the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history is underway.

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Investigators are trying to trace that money.

The sisters of the Las Vegas gunman's Australian girlfriend, Marilou Danley, have broken their silence and say she holds the key to shedding light on the motive behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

CNN law enforcement analyst Art Roddick said he was struck by the planning that went into the attack.

Paddock's brother Eric told reporters the $100,000 transfer was evidence that "Steve took care of the people he loved", and that he probably wanted to protect Danley by sending her overseas before the attack.

"Subsequently they approached the room, received gunfire, they backed off and SWAT responded", Lombardo said.

Investigators struggled to understand why Stephen Paddock, 64, assembled an arsenal of almost 50 firearms and used them to spray bullets from the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas Strip hotel into a crowd of country-music fans on Sunday before killing himself. Authorities believe Paddock brought the weapons into the hotel by himself, but they did not provide specifics.

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"She is a good person and gentle soul. We knew it was chaos and mayhem because people were running out of everywhere". They also found 1,600 more rounds of ammunition.