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Las Vegas, Nevada / Shooting Massacre / A Discussion #1116820

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 09, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Las Vegas: Kyung Lah) A new timeline for the shooting massacre in Las Vegas & the new questions that arise about the sequence of events discussed. [Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joseph LOMBARDO†- says security guard Jesus Campos was shot before the shooting into the crowd.]

(Las Vegas: Kyung Lah) The background of shooter Stephen Paddock as a high roller video poker player reviewed; details given from his 2013 lawsuit against the Cosmopolitan after a slip/fall, his upper class life, his use of prescribed valium & what he said in the deposition about Las Vegas. The issue of whether he was mentally ill discussed,

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The updated timeline reviewed; chart outlined on screen. Live discussion held with CNN's former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole, former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd & retired FBI agent James Gagliano about the shooting timeline. [GAGLIANO - offer views on police being involved in chaos as in this case: a huge change in the timeline, defends the changes in the timeline, what triggered the shooter, how this is a curious case: how the motive may be an "internal demon," the levels of kevlar vests.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung

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