Records: Cops guarded Las Vegas showroom after Oct. 1 attack

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/ > John Locher/ AP In this Oct. 1, 2017, file picture, cops run towards the scene of a shooting near Mandalay Bay.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018|8:45 p.m.

. A Las Vegas law enforcement officer ducked shooting and after that partnered with other authorities to hurry a high-rise hotel where a shooter was spraying bullets onto a show below, according to video launched Tuesday from the most dangerous mass shooting in modern-day U.S. history.

” Come down! Go that way!” officers tell music fans running for cover after gunfire started raining down Oct 1.

Twenty minutes later, a police radio voice reports that people are running across runways at neighboring McCarran International Airport.

The video from officer-worn body video cameras marked the latest release of footage, police reports and witness statements purchased by a judge in a public records claim by media, including The Associated Press.

Las Vegas authorities and the FBI have actually chosen not to talk about what have now been nine weekly releases of authorities documents detailing wrenching accounts of pain, perseverance and luck in the attack that eliminated 58 individuals and injured hundreds more.

Two of the three freshly released body-camera videos showed officers directing patrons out of the Mandalay Bay gambling establishment. Then, the officer who hid signed up with a group to enter a dark theater to guard the audience at an 1,800-seat Cirque du Soleil program.

” We’re going to cover these 1,000 individuals,” his sergeant team leader states.

Some of the lots of bits of radio dispatch calls released Tuesday amounted to merely, “OK, copy,” and, “You stated door 57, right?”

Clark County Constable Joe Lombardo, the chosen head of City Authorities, has actually said authorities think shooter Stephen Paddock acted alone which the attack had no connect to global terrorism. He has said he expects to release a report from the continuous investigation by the end of July.

Lombardo has stated detectives may never understand why Paddock, a 64-year-old high-stakes video-poker gamer, carefully stocked guns for the attack on a show crowd of 22,000 individuals.

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