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Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Lived Like a Vampire: 'I Don't Do Sun'
11 October 2017, 12:30 | Gordon Grant
By David Adams
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo says that investigators still have not pinpointed the shooter's motive behind his decision to fire on a concert crowd in Las Vegas on October 1 and kill 58 people.
"When we are trained on active shooter situations, we look for a younger male, dressed in military-type garb, that's moving through a crowd", said Sgt Bitsko.
Meanwhile, a note discovered in Paddock's hotel room from where he opened fire featured hand-written calculations on where he needed to aim to increase his accuracy and number of kills, United States network CBS reported.
Paddock said he was prescribed Valium by Nevada doctor Steven Winkler, and that he kept Winkler "on retainer", although he didn't indicate how often he took the anxiety drug.
The guard was investigating an alarm signalling that a door had been left open on the same floor as Paddock's room, officials said on Monday.
Paddock said in the testimony that he split time traveling between California, Nevada, Texas, and Florida, at one point traveling as much as "maybe upwards of three weeks out of a month".
Where other mass killers have left behind a trail of plain-sight clues that help investigators quickly understand what drove them to violence, Paddock, 64, had almost no close friends, social media presence or other clear connections to the broader world.
Billboards will serve as a stark reminder that investigators remain stumped about what drove a gunman to mow down people from his casino hotel room last Sunday.
Eric Paddock, brother of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock, speaks to members of the media near his home, Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, in Orlando, Fla.
For the one-week anniversary of the attack, CBS interviewed four officers who described the dramatic moments police helped people to safety as they tried to determine where the shooter was.
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Authorities do not yet know what made him stop shooting.
Recalling the awful night, Joseph Lombardo, Sheriff of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said Paddock was firing into a crowd of 22,000 concert-goers using powerful guns.
Newton said he saw so many guns.
"While some of it has helped to create a better profile into the madness of this suspect, we do not, still, have a clear motive or reason why", said McMahill.
Before checking into Mandalay Bay days before the massacre, Paddock rented a room at a Las Vegas condo complex that overlooked another music festival.
After paying for his girlfriend's trip to visit family in the Philippines, Paddock appears to have been in downtown Las Vegas from September 14 to 28, according to records reviewed by representatives of the El Cortez Hotel and Casino, who spoke to the Los Angeles Times on condition of anonymity. Authorities didn't find a note in his room, only a paper with numbers, he said.
Because so few people knew Paddock well, investigators will have a harder time probing his background for clues, Southers said.
Conflicting reports following the massacre in Las Vegas last week have many Americans struggling to make sense of the bizarrely incomplete profile of the monster whom officials allege carried out the attack. "I didn't think there was a problem with him", Michel said. He was a lousy tipper and a loner who spoke as little as possible, but also a man who enjoyed free, fancy meals and rooms to keep him happy, said the same person, who asked not to be identified.
Sometimes, he paid the woman roughly $7,500 an encounter to play out rape fantasies, where he tied her up and instructed her to "scream" for help, she said.
Las Vegas police officer David Newton told CBS News program 60 Minutes on Sunday that he entered the room and saw a note on the shooter's nightstand with numbers that appeared to be created to help his aim.
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