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Well, this is certainly quite the head scratcher.

Authorities in Las Vegas, Nevada have apparently decided to end their investigation into the mass shooting that occurred there in October of 2016, and, in doing so, have concluded the probe without any idea of a possible motive.

This is simply absurd.

Las Vegas police have concluded their investigation into the Oct. 1 shooting with no clear idea of why Stephen Paddock murdered 58 people and wounded hundreds more.

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Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo released the Metropolitan Police Department’s final report on Friday but said investigators were not able to determine a motive for the deadliest random shooting in U.S. history

“What we have been able to answer are the questions of who, what, when, where and how,” Lombardo said at a news briefing. “What we have not been able to definitively answer is the ‘why’ Stephen Paddock committed this act.”

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The investigation into the crimes committed by Stephen Paddock has certainly left a loft of room for questions, especially given the absolutely massive scope of the tragedy.

Months of planning, as well as the literal act of arming a hotel suite with well over 2 dozen pieces of high powered weaponry, would have been difficult to conceal, especially with a long-term, live in partner, as Paddock had.

Furthermore, speculation about Paddock’s possible illegal arms dealing came to the forefront just weeks ago, as the FBI announced that they had reason to believe that the shooter was indeed in the business of moving illicit firearms.

ISIS had attempted to claim Paddock as one of their own, but authorities have contradicted that statement, claiming that they have no reason to believe that the October 1st targeting of a country music audience was related to Jihadist behavior.



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