Metropolitan Police Department investigators noticed that Marilou Danley, the gunman's girlfriend, who was in the Philippines at the time, set her Facebook account to private at 12:30 a.m. on October 2 and had deleted the account by 2:46 a.m., according to an affidavit included in more than 300 pages of documents handed over Friday by federal prosecutors after U.S. District Judge Jennifer Dorsey ordered them unsealed.
The gunman responsible for the deadly Las Vegas mass shooting last October appeared to send emails about bump stocks months before killing 58 people and wounding over 500 others at a country music festival, new court documents released Friday show. Located in the las vegas area.
The documents also reveal that Paddock's girlfriend, Marilou Danley, had personally handled the stockpile of ammunition found in his home.
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents knew the gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history left behind big caches of guns, ammunition and explosives when they sought warrants to search his properties and online accounts. On Friday, a federal judge shared more than a dozen search warrant affidavits that the FBI had filed in the weeks following the shooting, as CNN points out. Investigators were only able to search one but could not unlock the others.
That would mean "investigators need to determine who was communicating with him about weapons that were used in the attack", one of the warrants said. It is not known who the latter email account belongs to.
The documents didn't answer the key unanswered question: What motivated a 64-year-old high-stakes gambler to unleash gunfire from his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay resort into an outdoor concert below.
The girlfriend of the gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history told authorities they would probably find her fingerprints on bullets because she sometimes helped him load ammunition magazines.
Investigators have said that Paddock meticulously planned his attack and intentionally concealed his actions.
In the days after the shootings, authorities called Danley a "person of interest". But it notes that while investigators had not found "any conclusive evidence" that she helped Paddock, knew about his plans in advance or lied to law enforcement, that remained "the subject of intensive review".
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After the shooting, police found 19 guns and several pounds of potentially explosive materials at Paddock's three-bedroom house in a retirement community in the city of Mesquite.
The newspaper also said investigators identified an email inbox belonging to Paddock that contained a message from a Gmail account officials believe was related to Paddock's preparations for the attack.
Paddock outside the room. and then killed himself before police arrived.