Authorities Say Mandalay Bay Killer Stephen Paddock Had $1.3 Million Stashed in Several Bank Accounts
Las Vegas Sheriff Joe Lombardo held a press conference in August to release the final police report on the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history which killed 58 people and injured hundreds more.
Lombardo said police were unable to determine a motive that drove Stephen Paddock, 64, to shoot at hundreds of concert goers from his Mandalay Bay hotel room on October 1, 2017.
The circumstances surrounding this case have led to many theories as to why Stephen Paddock shot hundreds of concert goers.
The ever changing timeline of events raised eyebrows as well which was outlined in detail by TGP’s Joe Hoft.
On October 5th, ISIS tripled down and reported that Stephen Paddock was a convert, however; authorities were quick to strike down any connections to Islamic terrorism.
It was also reported on the 5th that Paddock had plans to do something similar in Chicago.
Americans are not buying 64-year-old Stephen Paddock just randomly decided to set up shop in a hotel room one night with a bunch of firearms and ammo and carry out the largest mass shooting in modern US history for no reason.
Nearly a year after the massacre the news broke this weekend that Paddock had $1.3 million stashed in several bank accounts.,/h3>
Radar Online reported:
Evil Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock Opens a New Window. had $1.3 million stashed away in various bank accounts.
He hoarded the money up until he went on his now infamous killing spree that killed 58 people, injuring 851 others.
Paddock lived in Mesquite, Nevada, and was a real estate developer, property manager and retied accountant Opens a New Window. .
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Investigators are still trying to determine what led to him to firing into a crowd of 22,000 concertgoers attending a country musical festival on the famous Las Vegas strip.