Stephen Craig Paddock (* 9. April in Clinton, Iowa; † 1. Oktober in Paradise, September in Las Vegas stattfindende „Life is beautiful“-Musikfestival in ein Stephen Paddock was prescribed anti-anxiety medication Valium which can trigger aggressive behavior four months before Las Vegas massacre. USA Hotelkette zahlt nach Massaker in Las Vegas Millionen Dollar Entschädigung · Im Oktober hatte ein Mann aus dem Stock eines Hotels in Las. Beim Massenmord in Las Vegas am 1. Oktober handelte es sich um einen Angriff mit Im Rahmen der Ermittlungen und auf der Suche nach einem Motiv für das Massaker in Las Vegas wurden Gerichtsdokumente über diesen Prozess.
Massaker von Las Vegas: 800 Millionen Dollar für Opfer und AngehörigeStephen Craig Paddock (* 9. April in Clinton, Iowa; † 1. Oktober in Paradise, September in Las Vegas stattfindende „Life is beautiful“-Musikfestival in ein Stephen Paddock was prescribed anti-anxiety medication Valium which can trigger aggressive behavior four months before Las Vegas massacre. Beim Massenmord in Las Vegas am 1. Oktober handelte es sich um einen Angriff mit Schusswaffen auf Besucher eines Festivals in Paradise, einer Ortschaft südlich von Las Vegas. «Er wollte immer der Beste und bei allen bekannt sein»: Ein Jahr nach dem Massaker von Las Vegas rätseln die Ermittler noch immer über die.
Las Vegas Massacre Las Vegas Shooting VideoLas Vegas Shooting: compilation of cell phone video capturing chaos after deadly shooting 29/1/ · Survivors mark 1 year since Las Vegas shooting (CNN) We will likely never know why Stephen Paddock shot into a crowd of Las Vegas concertgoers, killing 58 people in the deadliest mass Author: Josh Campbell, CNN. The Washington Post. Berchtesgadener Joghurt quiz experts reveal the ten trickiest questions that frequently trip players up - so, how many can YOU Officials had said earlier that police fatally shot Paddock. Beim Massenmord in Las Vegas am 1. Oktober handelte es sich um einen Angriff mit Schusswaffen auf Besucher eines Festivals in Paradise, einer Ortschaft südlich von Las Vegas. Beim Massenmord in Las Vegas am 1. Oktober handelte es sich um einen Angriff mit Im Rahmen der Ermittlungen und auf der Suche nach einem Motiv für das Massaker in Las Vegas wurden Gerichtsdokumente über diesen Prozess. Stephen Craig Paddock (* 9. April in Clinton, Iowa; † 1. Oktober in Paradise, September in Las Vegas stattfindende „Life is beautiful“-Musikfestival in ein Stephen Paddock was prescribed anti-anxiety medication Valium which can trigger aggressive behavior four months before Las Vegas massacre. Vor einem Jahr erschoss Stephen Paddock in Las Vegas 58 Zwei Monate vor dem Massaker in Las Vegas hatte er unter anderem noch.
So Jenna left the baby, Camden, with her own mother, and flew off for an autumn music fling. So Sunday night we were only there to see Jason Aldean. Before the show, they hit a couple of casinos.
It was just across Sunset Boulevard from the concert venue. Now, people were falling in front of her, some not far away, and the popping sounds kept coming.
And it finally occurred to me what we heard thirty seconds prior was a gun, too, so this is someone shooting, twice now.
And I knew it was not like a pistol. I knew that it was something automatic and big. At that point, everyone kind of went down.
Some people just ducked. Other people had fallen or gotten hit. Her lifelong friend then probably saved her life again: Sammi made her get up and flee.
Someone got shot right by us. But then I could see people screaming on the other side of the stage, so I had no idea where the gunfire was coming from.
Ironically, no longer did the two of them start running away were they separated. They had played soccer as teammates since grade school and into high school, and both were good athletes, though Jenna was known as the slower of the two.
Running with the crowd away from the gunfire to the right and past the concessions, Jenna sprinted through the pack.
A woman who had been running alongside her suddenly took a shot through the neck in front of Jenna.
She ran outside the venue over a cyclone fence that had been toppled by panicked concertgoers as they fled. Out on the street, however, she instinctively took cover behind a five-foot-high transformer that shielded her momentarily.
So I called her when I was definitely behind the transformer. I need you to let her know that I love her. Across the street from the transformer was the local Hooters franchise, and she dashed over to it and inside.
Jenna wandered through the first-floor casino at the restaurant, which was a vacant madhouse of toppled machines and tables. Finally, she found refuge in a walk-in cooler in the kitchen.
What she did not know was that by this point she was herself drenched in blood from the head down, none of it her own.
And the woman next to me was holding a woman next to her who had a cut or had been shot. And that was kind of shooting blood, too. The scene was fraught with the lethal unknown and all the wild misinformation that accompanies it: Death had descended on all of them from some place they could not see and they had run, but none of them believed there was only one gunman.
The shots rattled around the plaza and they came from different angles, and Jenna thought it seemed as though a team of terrorists was shooting at the crowd.
Her perception was widely shared. Once inside the restaurant and locked down in the walk-in cooler, the panic began to set in.
Misinformation was running rampant—people inside the cooler believed there was an active shooter inside the hotel. It turned out that Sammi had hit Hooters running and fled to the upper floors immediately, finding refuge in one of the rooms on the fourth floor, and her mother texted Jenna that she could find her friend there.
The man whose room they were hiding in gave her some warm socks. They were safe, but in the swirl of panic and misinformation, the hysteria became relentless.
Someone in the room tied the sheets together so people could climb down to a courtyard below in the event the shooter came to their door.
Everyone was certain that killers were roaming the hallways of the Hooters Casino Hotel. Jenna finally managed to connect with Sammi, who was hiding in another room on the same floor.
Their respective hosts accompanied them to a halfway point, and then Sammi came back to the room where Jenna had found refuge. So when I saw her, I felt as though, OK, there might be the light at the end of tunnel.
And so this was probably an hour and a half in and there was still nothing on the news. And then, finally, we got the news on the TV and they started to give kind of a report.
As the night went on, it became evident that the shooting had ceased and that police had the situation largely under control—not to mention that much of what they had been hearing throughout the night had been misinformation that only heightened the chaos.
The local media had also contributed to it, spreading unconfirmed rumors, including a report of bombs in the basements of the hotels.
But I felt in danger for three hours. Like saying my goodbyes to my family. The sheer chaos and terror of the scene had spread confusion like wildfire, including among police, who had great difficulty figuring out where the gunfire was coming from.
There were reports it was coming from the Luxor casino resort, the great glass pyramid that is next door to both the Mandalay Bay resort and the concert venue; other reports suggested it was coming from the festival grounds.
Finally, police had observed the flashes of gunfire that were emanating from the thirty-second floor of the Mandalay and dispatched a tactical squad to put an end to it.
Entering through another door, Campos went to the door of the room where Paddock was waiting with his arsenal of fourteen ARs equipped with bump stocks that enabled him to fire them like automatic weapons, along with eight ARs, a revolver, and multiple one hundred—round magazines loaded with ammunition.
When Campos knocked, Paddock opened fire through the door. One of the rounds caught Campos in the thigh, and he took refuge in an alcove.
Inside, Paddock took a hammer and bashed out the windows of both suites he had rented. A Mandalay maintenance man named Steve Schuck approached his door about that time and barely evaded another round of gunfire.
Campos, from his alcove, warned him to take cover, which he did. Ranging from room to room with his weapons, Paddock had unleashed a relentless fusillade of more than eleven hundred high-velocity rifle rounds into the audience gathered below him.
Then, just as suddenly, he had stopped. When the tactical team came to his door about ten minutes after he had first opened fire, the gunfire had ceased; when the team broke through an hour later, he was already long dead from a self-inflicted gunshot.
Fifty-eight people died at the Route 91 festival that day, thirty-six of them women. Another people were injured, about half of them with gunshot and shrapnel wounds.
Hundreds more were injured in the scramble to escape—broken legs, torn ligaments, deep cuts. There were thousands of survivors that day.
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See which school tops the list for A year-old woman from California was paralyzed in the shooting and died on November 15, , more than two years later.
An autopsy was performed to establish the cause and manner of her death. Approximately people were injured, of them with gunshot wounds or shrapnel injuries.
University Medical Center, the Level I trauma center in Las Vegas, was difficult to access for the more than 50 percent of patients transported by private vehicles because Interstate 15, the most direct route from the shooting location, was closed to the public.
Also, an erroneous emergency services announcement made one hour after the shooting reported UMC had reached capacity and was on diversion.
This confusion persisted for several hours and led to most patients being transported to Sunrise, a Level II trauma center. Several people at the shooting were also present during the November mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California , which left thirteen dead, including the gunman.
On the morning after the shooting, lines to donate blood in Las Vegas stretched for blocks. Wait times were as much as six hours or more.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval called the shooting "a tragic and heinous act of violence that has shaken the Nevada family".
At a press conference, U. President Donald Trump described Paddock as "a very very sick individual", and "a demented man, [with] a lot of problems".
He added, "the police department has done such an incredible job, and we'll be talking about gun laws as time goes by".
A unity prayer walk and ceremony was held in Las Vegas on October 7 in honor of the dead. The annual Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon took place on November 12 and was the largest event to be held in the city since the shooting.
The event received a massive amount of security, which included officers, counter-sniper surveillance posts, and a number of barriers composed of dump trucks, buses, and other large vehicles.
The expansion Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL held a tribute to the victims and honored response personnel before their inaugural home game on October The future of the Las Vegas Village remained undetermined until September In March , nearly a year and a half after the shooting, Las Vegas police officer Cordell Hendrex who was revealed to have been in the 31st floor of the Mandalay Bay, directly underneath Paddock, during the incident but did not immediately respond to the gunfire was fired for his decision to remain in the hallway.
Following the shooting, misinformation , and fake news about the shooter's identity and motive went viral on social media :.
Google and Facebook were criticized for displaying such false news stories in some of their search results.
Survivors of the shooting have been accused of being crisis actors , and some have received death threats on social media. The shooting prompted support in the U.
Congress for assault weapons legislation that would ban bump stocks. Many Congressional Democrats and some Republicans expressed support.
On November 6, , Massachusetts became the first state to ban the sale, possession, or use of the devices. The regulation bans new sales and requires current owners to surrender or destroy existing bump stocks.
Eighteen Democratic U. Senators introduced a bill, the Keep Americans Safe Act, which would ban gun magazines that hold more than ten rounds of ammunition.
Investors expected gun sales to increase over concerns that such an event could lead to more stringent gun-control legislation , and possibly due to a rush of customers wishing to defend themselves against future attacks,   but firearm sales did not increase after the shooting.
In November , a lawsuit was filed on behalf of of the victims of the shooting, which claimed that the Mandalay Bay Hotel had shown negligence by allowing Paddock to bring a large amount of weaponry into the building.
A British soldier, Trooper Ross Woodward, from the 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards , who was visiting a nearby hotel while off-duty when the shooting began, was awarded the Queen's Commendation for Bravery for his actions during the event.
A detective with the Rhode Island State Police, Conor O'Donnell, who was attending the event with his girlfriend, was awarded a service ribbon for his actions.
Assistant Scoutmaster Martin Heffernan was honored by Boy Scouts of America for demonstrating unusual heroism and extraordinary skill in saving or attempting to save a life at extreme risk to self with the Honor Award with Crossed Palms.
Chasen Brown with the Utah National Guard was awarded the Medal of Valor for saving at least half a dozen other concert-goers.
For minutes after the shooting stopped, he continued to help render aid and assessed casualties. According to authorities with the Clark County Commission, the name "1 October" was declared the official title for investigations into the mass shooting.
Investigators found hidden surveillance cameras that were placed inside and outside the hotel room, presumably so Paddock could monitor the arrival of others.
At a press conference on October 4, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo stated there was evidence—which he declined to discuss—that Paddock intended to escape the scene, and that he may have had assistance from an accomplice.
There have been several changes in the official account and timeline of Paddock's shooting of hotel security guard Campos.
Police officials described these adjustments as "minute changes" that are common in complex investigations.
In their first statement about the incident, police officials inaccurately reported that Campos arrived on the scene after Paddock began firing into the crowd.
In a second statement, police officials reported, again inaccurately, that Campos was shot six minutes before Paddock began firing into the crowd.
Sheriff Lombardo dismissed allegations that the changing timeline was the result of some kind of conspiracy between the police department, the FBI, and MGM Resorts International saying, "Nobody is attempting to hide anything in reference to this investigation.
The dynamics and the size of this investigation requires us to go through voluminous amounts of information in order to draw an accurate picture.
Police speculate that Paddock acted alone and have not determined his motive. No links have been identified to any hate groups, terrorist groups or ideologies, and he did not record a reason for his actions.
On February 2, , Douglas Haig, an Arizona ammunition dealer, was charged in a Nevada federal court with "conspiracy to manufacture and sell armor-piercing ammunition without a license" after his fingerprints were discovered on unfired armor-piercing ammunition inside Paddock's suite.
He said the month investigation had revealed no evidence of conspiracy or a second gunman, and that the gunman's motive had not been definitely determined.
Lombardo said "What we have been able to answer are the questions of who, what, when, where and how Twenty-four firearms, a large quantity of ammunition, and numerous high-capacity magazines capable of holding up to rounds apiece were found in the suite.
The others were eight. During the subsequent investigation, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives determined that the firearms found in his hotel room, along with more guns found in his homes, had been legally purchased in Nevada, California, Texas , and Utah.
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