Las Vegas Gunman' s girlfriend had no clue he was capable of such violence
Oct 5, Washington DC: The Las Vegas gunman's girlfriend who shot dead 58 people on Sunday has said she had no idea what her "kind, caring, quiet" partner was planning.
Marilou Danley's comments came hours before police suggested Stephen Paddock had been living "a secret life".
Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo told a press conference that: Police had found more explosives in Paddock's car at the hotel, along with about 1,600 rounds of ammunition. Paddock had been gambling just hours before he began shooting. The FBI's Aaron Rouse said so far no link to terrorism had been found but they would continue to "look at all avenues" without "closing any doors" because it was "an ongoing investigation"."We don't understand it yet," Sheriff Lombardo told reporters, but questioned whether he could have accomplished his plan by himself.
"You've got to make the assumption he had to have some help at some point," he said.
Danley, who spoke to the FBI on Wednesday, expressed shock at the "horrible unspeakable acts of violence" Paddock had committed."I was grateful, but honestly I was worried it was a way for him to break up with me," she said. "It never occurred to me in any way whatsoever that he was planning violence against anyone."
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