Much to the objection of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, a judge in Las Vegas has ordered police to release all evidence pertaining to the <a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/9026-Las-Vegas-Update-50-Dead-200-Wounded-Shooter-Stephen-Paddock">Stephen Paddock massing shooting</a> investigation.
So far, <a href="http://www.thegoldwater.com/news/9096-JUST-IN-Graphic-Photos-of-Vegas-Shooter-Stephen-Paddock-s-Suicided-Corpse-Leaked">the only photographic evidence released</a> from the investigation has been a leak which revealed images of Paddock's lifeless and bloody corpse. The images also showed stockpiles of rifles and ammunition as well as spent bullet casings scattered across the room.
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Last week, <a href="https://www.thegoldwater.com/news/17620-Search-Warrant-Reveals-Stephen-Paddock-Killed-Himself-In-Front-Of-SWAT-Officers">a judge ordered the search warrants</a> used to obtain access to Paddock's personal properties and vehicles to be made public. They contained information never before released to the public including the fact SWAT officers witnessed Paddock shoot himself in the head after they breached his hotel room.
Among the evidence the judge ordered released Wednesday are all 911 calls, body camera videos, and documents pertaining to the investigation in the mass shooting.
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On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock opened fire from his hotel room on the 32 floor of the Mandalay Bay onto the Country music festival taking place below.
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Paddock used tools to break out the windows overlooking the venue and set up a complex surveillance system that included security cameras in the corridor outside his room and even tapped into the hotel's network.
The shooting lasted for nearly 45 minutes and 49 victims were killed while another 500 were injured. Paddock transported a small armory to his hotel room undetected consisting of dozens of rifles using modified "bump stocks" to simulate automatic fire.
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The investigation into how the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history took place has been marred with skepticism after authority's timeline of events conflicted with video evidence taken by witnesses.
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