No Evidence Linking Vegas Shooter to Antifa — Fact Check

Police are questioning Las Vegas prostitutes as they try to ascertain a motive for the worst mass shooting in American history. A note with a number of phone numbers on it was found in Paddock's hotel room which police are using to make inquiries

No Evidence Linking Vegas Shooter to Antifa — Fact Check

THE FACTS: A flickering light coming from a floor below Las Vegas Stephen Paddock's room helped spawn dozens of reports, many on conspiracy-themed sites, that gunshots were fired from two locations at the Mandalay Bay resort.

The deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas happened on Sunday. At least one sailed to the Middle East.

"What's really puzzling is that we've seen him with similar kinds of activity - booking rooms in other places - so you have to ask yourself the reason he picked Las Vegas and not somewhere else".

The story claimed that Trump's first tweet was posted at 6:52 a.m. on Oct. 2 and said: "My heart and prayers got [sic] out to the victim's families of the Las Vegas massacre".

Why did he do it?

"The Hyundai that was sought in connection with the LV (Las Vegas) shooting was located during a search warrant executed at (Stephen) Paddock's house in Reno", Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) tweeted on its official page.

Investigators also found a note containing numbers inside the hotel suite, but police say it was not a suicide note or manifesto.

A Reuters reported quoted police as saying they were not treating the incident as an act of terrorism.

"This was a remarkable effort by a brave and remarkable man", McMahill said.

Was he planning other attacks?

. The city's opening a memorial garden tonight with a wall of remembrance and 58 trees, one for each victim. None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media.

He also researched hotels near Boston's Fenway Park and the Boston Center for the Arts, the city's police commissioner William Evans said on Friday.

FADEL: Well, this is a city that's grieving.

Was he planning to escape?

. "He meticulously planned on the worst domestic attack in United States history". The 64-year-old Paddock killed himself as authorities closed in. Campos also told responding officers where the suspect was when they arrived.

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Authorities still don't know why Paddock, a retired accountant and frequent gambler, attacked the Route 91 Harvest Festival.

"You set up the cameras so you aren't caught alive", Mr Lankford said.

Employees at the car dealership told CBS that Paddock was an "educated consumer" and Danley was "extremely complimentary" of her boyfriend, adding that he had "saved her" from an abusive relationship with her former husband.

Sturm, Ruger and Co. and Vista Outdoor made small gains after the National Rifle Association said the federal government should reexamine bump stocks - a legal modification to rifles mimicking automatic fire. "It's time for people to get off their knees and take this country back from the real terrorists!" He said they have looked into details regarding Paddock's personal life, political affiliations, social behaviors, and economic situation - but answers remain evasive.

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