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Friend of Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock describes him as caring person who sought to 'make people happy' - ABC News

The man accused of carrying out last week's deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock, was a caring person who tried his best to "make people happy," a friend and longtime employee of his told ABC News' “Good Morning America” today.and more »

Las Vegas gunman left behind trail of carnage and clues but no 'clear motive or reason why' - Washington Post

Investigators said Friday that after five days piecing together the story of Stephen Paddock, they remained at a loss for what may have motivated him to open fire from his Las Vegas hotel suite, gunning down 58 people at a country music festival and ...and more »

Who was Stephen Paddock? The mystery of the 'most boring son' - Irish Times

Stephen Paddock was a contradiction: a gambler who took no chances. A man with houses everywhere who did not really live in any of them. Someone who liked the high life of casinos but drove a nondescript minivan and dressed casually, even sloppily, ...and more »

Why did Stephen Paddock follow in the bloody footsteps of his father? - NEWS.com.au

WAS mass murderer Stephen Paddock a chip off the old block? Some experts in criminal behaviour believe genetics play a role. Ben Graham. news.com.auOctober 9, 20175:31am. Video; Image ...and more »

Las Vegas Shooting: At a Loss on Motive, FBI Turns to Billboards for Leads - New York Times

LAS VEGAS — Still unable to identify a motive five days after the massacre of 58 concertgoers, local and federal officials sounded increasingly desperate for leads on Friday, announcing plans to erect billboards with the message, “If you know ...and more »

No Manifesto, No Phone Calls: Las Vegas Killer Left Only Cryptic Clues - New York Times

Read the latest on the Las Vegas shooting with Friday's live updates. LAS VEGAS — The man who killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub last year pledged allegiance to the Islamic State, in a 911 call, as the massacre unfolded. The sniper who shot to ...and more »

Las Vegas gunman shot security guard a full six minutes before opening fire on concertgoers, police reveal - Los Angeles Times

Police have dramatically changed their account of how the Las Vegas massacre began on Oct. 1, revealing Monday that the gunman shot a hotel security guard six minutes before opening fire on a country music concert — raising new questions about why ...and more »

Las Vegas gunman shot security guard six minutes before mass killing began - The Guardian

Key change in timeline of deadliest US mass shooting as officials confirm attack by Stephen Paddock lasted at least 15 minutes. Reuters. Mon 9 Oct 2017 20.53 EDT Last modified on Mon 9 Oct 2017 21.17 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share ...and more »

In the solitary world of video poker, Stephen Paddock knew how to win. Until he didn't - Los Angeles Times

Stephen Paddock wanted to win and, like any savvy video poker player, knew which machine to lock down at Mandalay Bay. There was only one in the casino — a Jacks-or-better 9-6 machine, meaning it paid 9-to-1 credits on the full house and 6-1 on the ...and more »

Investigators believe Las Vegas gunman had severe undiagnosed mental illness: Sources - ABC News

The picture that is emerging of Steven Paddock, who has been identified as the gunman in Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas, is of a man that some law enforcement officials increasingly believe had severe mental illness that was likely undiagnosed, ...and more »