Want to know the motive of the Las Vegas shooter?

The FBI may take what seems like forever to determine the mindset of the Vegas shooter. There were hints that they will have something before the first anniversary of the shooting incident.

There are a lot of people who want answers and they want them now. If the shooter, Stephen Paddock, was alive, the answers might come quicker. There are a lot of interviews and data to sort through to do a bit of mind reading with. In the meantime, there will be reports from other agencies to keep us occupied.

As Written and Reported By Greg Norman for Fox News:

Want to finally know why Stephen Paddock gunned down 58 people in Las Vegas in early October?

Be prepared to wait a while – possibly until next October – the chief of the FBI’s Las Vegas office revealed this week during an interview in which he said the agency probably wouldn’t brief the public until their report is released sometime before the tragedy’s first anniversary.

“Now that’s a long time for some people, but speaking for the FBI, that’s light speed, all right?” Special Agent in Charge Aaron Rouse told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Wednesday.

Rouse said reports from other agencies investigating the mass shooting will be released at different times, but the FBI’s one is “focusing a large part on the why” which is “what everybody wants to know.”

That burning question has not been answered, but Rouse said evidence still suggests Paddock was the only person involved in the attack and that he has not been linked with any affiliations or ideologies. The FBI previously denied claims by the Islamic State that Paddock was responding to a call to intensify attacks against Western countries bombing its territories in Syria and Iraq.

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo has said in the past that Paddock’s mounting gambling losses may have played a role…..


Las Vegas shooting: FBI official says info on motive may take until next October to release | Fox News

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