Las Vegas Massacre Gunman Had Escape Plan

Posted October 06, 2017

A person who has seen Mandalay Bay hotel records that have been turned over to investigators said Wednesday they show Stephen Paddock asked for the two-room suite on the 32nd floor when he checked in last Thursday.

The Philippines' National Bureau of Investigation told AFP news agency it was investigating reports that Paddock sent US$100,000 to Ms Danley in the Philippines days before the shooting.

I knew Stephen Paddock as a kind, caring, quiet man.

"I know that she don't know anything as well like us".

She said she was initially pleased when he wired her the cash to buy a house for her family, but later feared it was a way to break up with her. Investigators are still piecing together the motives for the shooting that killed at least 58 people and are now focused on one thing: what do we know about Marilou Danley?

Paddock took his own life as police closed in.

Earlier today, reports surfaced that she had arrived to the USA to speak to investigators.

Twitter Slams Trump Over Comments On San Juan Mayor's 'Poor Leadership'
Cruz said she shared values with the Democratic Party but did not participate in the party and pointed out that Republican Sen. In a report from central Puerto Rico this week, CNN's Leyla Santiago repeatedly emphasized that residents were US citizens.

Las Vegas Police found 50 pounds of explosives and 1,600 rounds of ammunition in the auto Paddock parked at the Mandalay Bay Hotel where he mounted his assault on thousands of concertgoers.

Now, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo believes Paddock thought he could have escaped after committing the worst mass shooting in modern American history, according to the Business Insider.

Lombardo also said none of the cameras Paddock put up in the hotel room where he unleashed gunfire onto a concert crowd were recording. "She was away so that she will be not there to interfere with what he's planning", one of Danley's sisters told 7 News from their home in Australia's Gold Coast region.

"He remained with our officers, provided him with a key pass to access the door and actually continued to help them clear rooms", said Lombardo.

Law enforcement says Paddock had stockpiled 47 guns since 1982 and bought 33 of them over the past year alone. She is considered a "person of interest" in the case but police have not named her as a suspect.

Paddock was previously believed to be a "lone wolf" who planned to fire thousands of rounds of ammunition on music lovers as a "solo act".