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Las Vegas police make change in mass shooting’s timeline

There was no six minutes gap between when Paddock shot the security guard and when he unleashed a barrage on a Las Vegas concert crowd. 

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Las Vegas Police have re-examined the timeline of the worst mass shooting in the history of modern United State. According to the latest timeline of Las Vegas shooting, the 64-year-old Stephen Paddock fatally shot the security guard of the hotel on the time he started firing on the crowd of nearly 20,000 people from his 32nd-floor room of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. Las Vegas police make change in mass shooting's timeline

The new timeline saying, Paddock shot the Hotel security guard on the time he began firing on the crowd in a music concert, he did not shoot the guard six minuted earlier.

In a news conference on Friday, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo did not reveal any latest update related to the Las Vegas killer’s motive behind the mass shooting that left 58 people dead and more than 500 people injured.

Lombardo said, the number injured people in Las Vegas mass shooting has been reached to 546 while 45 people remain hospitalized, some of them are fighting for their life.

Lombardo said, the medical examiner’s visual inspection discovered no abnormalities in the brain of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, even after an autopsy. Paddock’s brain was shipped to another facility for “microscopic evaluation,” he added.

According to the new timeline by police, there was no six minutes gap between when Paddock shot the security guard and when he unleashed a barrage on a Las Vegas concert crowd.

He said that more new facts may come in front of all. He said, the more information obtained changes the sequence of the event. “This is a very dynamic event,” he added.

Police said, when security guard Jesus Campos approached shooter’s luxury hotel suite on October 1 was underway, it drew the attention of gunman.

The new timeline said, the gunman shot the security guard Jesus Campos at 9:59 PM and he began shooting six minutes later which raised the question — Why the authority took that much time to break down Paddock’s room door?

Lombardo said, the shooter shot the guard through his hotel suite’s door around 10:05 PM and opened fire at the concert crowd then. Lombardo said Friday, “I still stand by the time of 9:59.”

He added, “It wasn’t inaccurate when I provided it to you. The circumstances associated with it is inaccurate.”

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