Las Vegas killer identified as Stephen Paddock

Pictures surfaced on Twitter of the Las Vegas shooter who killed at least 50 people and injured another 200 in Las Vegas late last night.

Stephen Paddock was killed by police on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino where he fired rounds from his balcony. (Update: Police later confirm shooter killed himself.)

Jason Aldean was playing when Paddock fired at the crowd who enjoyed the Route 91 Harvest country music festival not far from the hotel.

Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old man from Mesquite, NV.

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2 Comments

  1. My thougnts and prayers go out to all those who were at the festival In Las Vegas, as well as those her were killed and hurt and traumatized by all the horrific events that unfolded last night! God bless you all.??

  2. As the old saying goes: “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people”.

    The odds of getting shot by a crazy out to kill someone is about 4,000,000 to 1.

    The odds of getting shot and killed by a law enforcement officer in a traffic stop or during a domestic violence call is about 750,000 to 1.

    ** The odds of getting shot during a military takeover of a country such as Iraq or Afghanistan if your are from that country is about 350 to 1.

    ** The odds of the press and the political machine focusing on a mass shooting by a crazy is 1 to 1 or 100%.

    The odds of the press and the political machine focusing on a law enforcement killing is about 40 to 1.

    The odds the press and the political machine focusing on daily mass murder events committed due to the take over of a country by the US is about 35 to 1.

    So the bottom line is: What actually worries you the most and why or why not. Think about it!

    The odds that Guns are safely held in the hands of the US people is about .9998% to 1

    Again: “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people”.

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