The shooter, Stephen Paddock, requested a high-level suite overlooking the Route 91 Harvest festival. Although he did not move into his room until the night before, he had already brought huge quantities of ammunition and weapons into the room. Investigators from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department found 23 firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition inside Paddock’s room. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department also found that Paddock had installed three security cameras to monitor the corridor outside of the room.
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
In a recent ruling, the Nevada Supreme Court found that MGM was liable for the shooting because the event was “foreseeable,” given previous events at its Las Vegas properties. Those same circumstances apply to the Mandalay Bay shooting, and the victims’ attorneys are hoping that a similar ruling will be rendered in state court. Nonetheless, there are a few questions that remain.
Paddock’s relationship with Danley
There has been much speculation about Stephen Paddock’s relationship with Danley, the woman who stayed at the hotel where the mass shooting occurred. However, it is unclear whether Danley was Paddock’s wife or not. Earlier this year, Danley had gone on holiday to the Philippines, where she spent the last two weeks. Then, on Tuesday, she returned to the United States. Before Paddock shot and killed 58 people, Danley had lived on the Gold Coast in Australia. In the early 1990s, she had married an Australian and lived with him for 22 years.
One of the main theories surrounding Stephen Paddock’s shooting spree is that he was motivated by nihilism, or the desire to kill as many people as possible. He had suffered a decline in health and finances, and was looking for ways to achieve infamy through a mass casualty attack. His motivation may have come from his memory of his criminal father. He had exhibited little empathy throughout his life, and his decision to kill people while they were entertained is consistent with this idea.
A response plan for a mass casualty incident is crucial, and there are several different approaches. In the case of the Las Vegas hotel shooting, a trauma center, a hospital within a hospital, is essential. This is because there are more people than expected to be injured and most of the patients would need emergency room care. Fortunately, hospitals across Southern Nevada have many resources and are fully prepared for the worst.
Settlement with victims
A judge in Nevada has approved a $800 million settlement with the hotel’s insurers, which will be split between the survivors, their family members, and MGM Resorts. The shooting at the Mandalay Bay resort on October 1, 2017, claimed the lives of 58 people and injured more than 850 others. The gunman was a guest at the Mandalay Bay resort, located on the upper floors of the city’s Strip. In an order approving the settlement, District Judge Linda Bell in Clark County, Nevada, approved the settlement.
Sources By:- Vegas Escorts