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Inside Las Vegas Shooter's Mandalay Bay Suite — NEW VIDEO

08 Octobre 2017

He said one day on from the slaughter, the atmosphere in the Nevadan city is strange - far from the usual hustle and bustle.

The man can be heard in agony complaining of a broken leg while his female companion tries to comfort him.

The mayor of Las Vegas, Carolyn Goodman, summed up the mood of the many local and state officials gathered for an afternoon news conference.

In a posting on Twitter today, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak said Malaysia stands united with the American people following the Sunday night shooting.

The extremist group has a history of exaggerated or false claims, including earlier this year, when it claimed an attack on a casino in the Philippines that turned out to have been a botched robbery carried out by a heavily indebted gambling addict. Police also found several pounds of Tannerite, a chemical mix used to make explosive targets that are used in shooting practice.

"We advise caution on jumping to conclusions before the facts are in", Liu said.

"This is a true feat of heroism on their part", said Ray Rahne of the International Association of Fire Fighters.

Records as recent as 2015 list Paddock as single, though it appears he may have married while living in California in the 1980s. Police say they don't believe she was involved.

Police said the lone shooter opened fire with multiple weapons on concert-goers from his 32nd floor room at the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino across the street on the famed Las Vegas Strip. Housekeepers visited the suite and did not see anything amiss, Nevada Rep. Dina Titus told CNN.

"It was the craziest stuff I've ever seen in my entire life", Mr Yazzie said.

Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said at a press briefing Monday that officers completed the search of his home in Mesquite, Nevada and were in the process of doing the same at a home he owned in northern Nevada.

The policemen all stay down next to a patrol vehicle on Las Vegas Boulevard, when one of the officers is shot.

The attack was a threat police could not have prepared for, McMahill said.

Paddock's brother, Eric Paddock, who lives in Florida, told the Orlando Sentinel: "We are completely dumbfounded".

According to Stephen's brother, Eric, he had no political or religious ties.

At least six of the guns were purchased at one store, a Cabela's in Verdi, Nev.

"One of the fundamental principles within security is that you really cannot protect against everything", said John Choate, former executive director of security at Wynn Las Vegas. "I thought it was over".

"Everyone who attended is tweeting or making a Facebook status claiming they're ok", he said.

Police at the scene of the shooting had reported the gunman was using an automatic weapon because of the "rat-a-tat" sound of the gunfire.

Inside Las Vegas Shooter's Mandalay Bay Suite — NEW VIDEO