And they wonder why people are suspicious

LAS VEGAS — FBI agents knew the gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history left behind big caches of guns, ammunition and explosives when they sought warrants to search his properties and online accounts, according to court documents released Friday.

A U.S. judge in Nevada unsealed the documents showing some of what federal agents learned about Stephen Paddock in the week after the Las Vegas shooting. Prosecutors didn’t oppose the request from media organizations including The Associated Press to release affidavits that were filed to get search warrants.

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3 Responses to And they wonder why people are suspicious

  1. djamer says:

    click-bait fake news, making statements as facts. Again, and as usual. . . USAT part of media that needs to burn

    • Jeffery in Alabama says:

      More BS and “turning the fan to another direction”

      “According to the documents, it appears that Mr. Paddock relied on the internet to buy many of the items used in the attack, including guns and ammunition, during the 12 months leading up to it” ( )

      Nobody buys guns over the internet/through the mail and has them shipped directly to them except C & R license holders ( and then only guns that are at least 50 years old, surplus, oddities, etc.). The last time I looked the 240 Bravo wasn’t on that list. This is just more disinformation.

  2. warhorse says:

    so he had 7 cellphones..of which they have only been able to unlock 3..and he was sending e-mails to and trying to get someone to “Try an ar before u buy. We have a huge selection. Located in the Las Vegas area.”

    but yeah he was a “lone wolf”. suuure he was….

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