No Malaysian victim in killings at Las Vegas concert

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'She had been messing with the lady in front of her, telling her she was going to die, that we're all going to die, ' she said.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of last night's tragic events", MGM Resorts tweeted after the shooting.

The country superstar was onstage performing at the outdoor Route 91 Harvest musical festival Sunday night, when 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, from a high floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, opened fire on his audience. A person of interest who is believed to be Paddock's companion Marilou Danley, 62, has been cleared by police of any involvement in the shooting.

They performed an operation at the hotel and breached his room, finding him laying dead with at least 10 weapons and ammunition beside him.

Campos is out of the hospital, but is expected to have surgery at a later date to remove a bullet, Hickey told CNN's Wolf Blitzer.

President Donald Trump on Monday addressed the American people and offered his condolences to the families of those affected by the mass shooting. What once was rare has become common, and the trajectory matches the weakening of this nation's gun laws.

British Prime Minister Theresa May told Sky News she had spoken with Mr Trump, and described the attack as "completely senseless" and "cowardly".

Investigators also don't know how Paddock managed to assemble such a large arsenal of weapons in his hotel suite.

Heavily armed police searched the home early Monday, hours after Paddock killed himself in a room at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino where police believe he opened fire on a crowd of 22,000 people.

He gave no details on what Paddock was up to.

Before moving to Mesquite, Nevada, he lived in another town called Mesquite, in Texas, where he worked as the manager of an apartment complex called Central Park. "There was blood on people and you could see a couple of people in the streets that looked like they had been shot", he said.

Regarding the motive for the deadliest mass shooting in US history, Lombardo said that he could not “get into the mind of a psychopath.”.

"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. It was an act of pure evil.

Chris Sullivan, owner of the Guns & Guitars shop near Paddock's home in Mesquite, Nevada, confirmed Paddock had bought firearms from the store. There is a magazine next to one weapon.

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

He said his family is now hoping someone can find out the reason why his brother would commit a mass shooting, because they still cannot wrap their heads around why this happened.

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