Las Vegas shooter may have planned more attacks, including car bombing

Lester Mason
October 8, 2017

Ms Danley, an Australian citizen, was interviewed by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in Los Angeles on Wednesday about Stephen Paddock, who killed 58 people and injured nearly 500 others on the weekend.

The hotel confirmed in a statement that a booking was made under the name Stephen Paddock, but said that nobody by that name actually ended up staying at the hotel. Since then, police have released very little information about the tragedy, but many pictures and small details have been released or leaked. He killed more than 50 people and injured more than 500.

On Wednesday, FBI agents trying to understand his state of mind questioned his girlfriend, 62-year-old Marilou Danley, who was out of the country during the attack.

Investigators also reportedly determined that one of Paddock's card keys was used to access his room during a period when Paddock's vehicle had left the hotel garage.

Paddock's brother, Eric Paddock, was similarly confused.

Police in Las Vegas say they have chased up more than 1,000 leads but still do not know why gunman Stephen Paddock killed more than 50 people and injured almost 500 more in the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history.


Host John Weinreich says Paddock was a frequent but not daily visitor to the high-limit area, where attendants stand behind a desk and a platter of food is available to gamblers. It's possible that the charger could have been left behind by a guest prior to Paddock checking in, but it seems unlikely that the housekeeping staff would have missed that. He didn't boast about anything he had or anything.

"It was just his demeanour". "Don't cross me. Don't look at me too long", said former executive host John Weinreich.

Paddock was known to stare at other people.

"I know that she don't know anything", one of the women told Channel 7.

Ms Danley believes Paddock may have had mental illness.

"[Paddock] never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood in any way to be a warning something awful like this was going to happen", Ms Danley, who flew into LA on Tuesday to speak with investigators, said in a statement released by her lawyer.

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