On Wednesday, Las Vegas police released a portion of the body cam footage from officers who stormed Stephen Paddock’s hotel room after the mass shooting on order from the Nevada Supreme Court.
Stephen Paddock murdered 58 people and injured hundreds more after he shot up a concert from his Mandalay Bay Hotel window in October.
It has been several months since the largest mass shooting in modern day US history and we know almost nothing about what really happened.
The Las Vegas FBI has changed their stories many times, claiming they still do not have a motive.
On Wednesday, Las Vegas police said they will slowly start releasing 911 calls and body cam footage.
Las Vegas Journal Review reported:
Las Vegas police released body camera footage on Wednesday that depicts the moment officers breached the Oct. 1 gunman’s Mandalay Bay suite.
The footage consists of eight clips — four each from two different canine officers, Sgt. Joshua Bitsko and David Newton. The first officer to breach the first room, Levi Hancock, did not activate his body camera.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo announced Tuesday that the clips were part of many that would be released over the next several months in compliance with a court order. He estimated that the next batch of records would be released in two weeks.
You can hear officers screaming “breach breach breach” before a loud explosion.
At this point, the officers rushed into Paddock’s room where they report he was found dead.
The MGM Grand Hotel previously released the video to The New York Times FIVE MONTHS after the deadly mass shooting.
In an eerie video that was obtained by the New York Times from the MGM Grand Hotel, shows the actions of the Vegas shooter just days prior leading up to the shooting.
Stephen Paddock appears to be relaxed, hanging out with other people within the hotel as he loads up his suitcases to take up to his hotel room.