New Information Emerges In the Las Vegas Massacre Investigation

The details of the Las Vegas Massacre seem to just dribble out a little bit at a time. The facts are seemingly disjointed and at times contradictory. Some of this is because the investigators either do not know or cannot reveal what actually happened. 

Sheriff Joe Lombardo revealed another tidbit to the press today. While storming the room, an officer accidentally discharged his weapon. It is not clear what caused the accident, but that too is being investigated. It does not appear to be related to the shooters death. Just go ahead and add this to the list of final answers that the public is waiting on.

As Written By Hank Berrien for the Daily Wire:

New evidence in the October 1 Las Vegas massacre has come to light: According to Sheriff Joe Lombardo, a Metropolitan Police Department officer accidentally discharged his weapon inside the suite of gunman Stephen Paddock, who was responsible for the mass shooting that took the lives of 58 people and wounded over 500 others.

Lombardo told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the policeman’s firearm discharged after officers broke into Paddock’s suite but was not fired in the same room where Paddock was found dead, allegedly from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Lombardo stated, “It happened and we’re investigating it, just like we do with any officer-involved use of force. Nobody was struck.” He added that the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay, where Paddock’s suite was, had no security cameras facing the gunman’s room or the stairwell door. Paddock reportedly sealed that door before the mass shooting. The cameras on the floor faced the elevators.

Prior to the latest revelations, Lombardo said the officers broke into the suite using explosives ……..


NEW EVIDENCE EMERGES: Police Gunshot Fired As They Enter Las Vegas Shooter’s Suite | Daily Wire

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