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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Vegas shooter's body is seen splayed on the floor of his hotel room next to his arsenal of assault rifles and ammunition in crime scene photos - as it's revealed he hid a camera in a room service cart so he knew when SWAT teams prepared to enter


By Daily Mail, Oct. 04, 2017

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.


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1 comment:

  1. So i see a note(?) setting on a table highlighted by a red circle. So was he kneeling to write the note and set the pen next to it? Was he left handed to set the pen on the left side? Was the note revealed? Saw many conflicting words on who this man was. Very confusing and suspicious.

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