The FBI believes that the shooting in Las Vegas is not associated with terrorism
At the moment there is no information about the relationship of Stephen Paddock with international terrorist groups, said the representative of the office of the Bureau of investigation in Las Vegas Aaron rouse.
WASHINGTON, 2 Oct. /TASS/. The Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) believes that opened fire in Las Vegas (Nevada) Stephen Paddock not associated with terrorist groups. This was stated on Monday the representative of the FBI office in Las Vegas Aaron rouse at a press conference. The broadcast led CBS.
“We found that at the moment [info] ties [of the Paddock] with international terrorist groups. The investigation is ongoing,” he said.
Earlier, the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG banned in Russia) took responsibility for the tragedy in Las Vegas.
On Sunday evening at the concert near the hotel and entertainment complex Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas shooting occurred. According to police, the fire from the balcony of the 32nd floor of the hotel opened a 64-year-old Steven Paddock, which killed at least 58 people. 515 hospitalized. The suspect committed suicide before police arrived.
Sheriff of Las Vegas Joseph Lombardo previously said that the city authorities are not ready yet to classify the incident as a terrorist attack.
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