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1  Other / Politics & Society / Why did he do it? (Stephen Paddock ) on: October 07, 2017, 06:22:13 PM
First I would say my condolences to the families of the victims,
hopefully, those families left behind given the fortitude, I'm sure the police are investigating this case thoroughly although Stephen Paddock has been shot dead.


I read from www.cnn.com news
http://edition.cnn.com/2017/10/06/us/unknowable-stephen-paddock-and-the-mystery-motive/index.html

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Las VegasWhy did he do it?

Nearly a week after the worst mass shooting in modern US history, there's still no answer.
A shooter's reasons, however sick and twisted, usually become clear within a day or two. A suicide note, a manifesto, a series of social media screeds, a phone call -- even police reports and court dockets can provide insight into what drives a warped mind to commit such a violent act.
Usually, someone close knows something or realizes, in retrospect, that they missed the warning signs.
But 64-year-old Stephen C. Paddock flew low under the radar. He avoided interaction with many of the people around him, and his manner was direct and brusque. He was known to stay up all night gambling, but it was as if he was the only reveler at his own party.

when I heard this news I don't believe it happens, big country in Las Vegas the most crowded population in the United States of America.

Here latest news from Today.com
https://www.today.com/video/las-vegas-shooting-inside-stephen-paddock-s-mandalay-bay-hotel-room-1060602947604

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the police are collecting evidence and questioning the neighbors who stay on the same floor with him as the 32nd floor at Mandala Bay Hotel. From the 32nd floor room window clearly visible the shooting incident, some guests are hysterical and trying to get out of the crowd but very difficult, because the field is very wide about 400 yards.


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