US Police release witness accounts in Vegas shooting massacre

23:50  16 may  2018
23:50  16 may  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Wednesday released 1,200 pages of reports, including witness statements and officer testimony, on the shooting massacre that left 58 people dead at a country music festival last October.

The documents were court-ordered to be released to the public. Two weeks ago, the department released body camera footage of police officers entering and combing through gunman Stephen Paddock’s hotel room at the Mandalay Bay resort.

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Newly-released tapes include footage of cops walking through Stephen Paddock's hotel room and some of them walking past Paddock's hotel food cart that he used to monitor the hallway outside. #Tucker © FoxNews.com Newly-released tapes include footage of cops walking through Stephen Paddock's hotel room and some of them walking past Paddock's hotel food cart that he used to monitor the hallway outside. #Tucker The documents — 911 recordings, evidence logs, multiple witness statements and police officer reports — were released after media outlets sued to obtain them.

Lawyers for the police department argued that the media’s public records requests were costly and time-consuming and releasing the information could disclose investigative techniques.

Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said earlier this month the police investigation was not finished, and pointedly apologized for the release of information that he said would "further traumatize a wounded community."

Fox News’ Andrew Craft and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Police release 2,100 pages of Las Vegas shooting documents .
Police in Las Vegas released documents Wednesday that they said contain dispatch logs and additional officer reports about the investigation into the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.The release of some 2,100 pages of documents followed a court order after The Associated Press and other media organizations sued for information on the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds more.More than seven months after the attack, the key unanswered question remains a motive for the rampage. Police and the FBI have said they don't know what led Stephen Paddock to open fire from his high-rise hotel room onto an outdoor concert below.

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