Massacre and Mayhem in Las Vegas 

Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting site, Las Vegas Village and Festival Grounds, Las Vegas Strip, Nevada. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting site, Las Vegas Village and Festival Grounds, Las Vegas Strip, Nevada. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The United States has witnessed its gravest shooting massacre in the modern history on Sunday night at a country music festival in Las Vegas.

We have attached a link with a Tweet account Chino Dollaz who shared a moment from the Las Vegas shooting.

At least 50 people have been killed and thousands of others wounded after a cynic old man gunned down on a mass of people who were enjoying the music program.

Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting site, Las Vegas Village and Festival Grounds, Las Vegas Strip, Nevada. Pictures taken one week before the beginning of the country music festival from a helicopter, adjusted with Photoshop to reduced window glare and stains in the glass. The image shows final preparations for the Route 91 Harvest Festival and the surrounding main casinos and hotels.
Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting site, Las Vegas Village and Festival Grounds, Las Vegas Strip, Nevada.  Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The incident happened at a music concert at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in the State of Nevada.

More than 22,000 people attended the concert who panicked after the killer begin to gun down random people.

The gunman was named as Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old man who had no mental health issue nor political involvement according to his brother Eric Paddock.

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His motivation behind the shooting is yet to find out. Immediately after the massacre, the terrorist organization ISIS claimed the responsibility of the attack which FBI later rejected.

Peddock’s father was a bank robber who fled federal prisoner in 1968. He was found a decade later. Mr. Paddock died in 1998.

The U.S. President Trump and Vice President Pence expressed their worries after the tragedy took place. The former US President Obama and Bill Clinton also expressed worries and solidarities with the victims.

 


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