Las Vegas Massacre


Dozens killed and more injured in Las Vegas, Nevada during a ten-minute massacre. A gunman unloaded from atop a hotel room on concertgoers. The country music festival is the largest mass shooting in American history. How could a gunman reportedly have more than 10 rifles during the shooting, which left at least 55 dead and 515 injured?

Over 50 individuals have died and hundreds of people injured during an ambush attack on a country music concert in Las Vegas. This all went down last night at a country music concert on the Las Vegas strip as a gunman opened fire from atop the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office said the gunman, a 64-year-old local resident, is dead and acted alone, though police are seeking a woman who was identified as a companion. The dead man is identified as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock. He fired on a crowd of thousands from nearby at a Las Vegas resort, according to multiple news reports.

The shooter reportedly had a series of automatic weapons. This is an increasing problem that no other Western nation on earth has the number of gun deaths that we have in America, and Congress needs to do something about it. See what Members of Congress are tweeting about #LasVegasShooting via C-SPAN twitter list -->

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