In the U.S. Senate refused to consider the shooting in Las Vegas attack
Moscow. 4 Oct. INTERFAX.RU — Shooting in Las Vegas, which led to numerous victims, were not related to terrorism, said Wednesday the Chairman of the intelligence Committee of the US Senate Richard Burr.
“At the moment, I am happy to report that this case is not similar to terrorism,” the Senator said to reporters at a press conference.
Despite the fact that previously the responsibility for the tragedy in Las Vegas was assumed banned in Russia, the group IG, the FBI is not found in 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, a suspect in the shooting, ties with terrorist groups.
Meanwhile, in Las Vegas, President of the United States Donald trump, who plans to meet with the victims in the shooting, as well as representatives of local law enforcement.
In a shooting in Las Vegas on Monday night killed 59 people, and 527 were injured. According to police, the suspect is 64-year-old Steven Paddock — opened fire on the visitors of the concert, which was held under the open sky, from the window of the 32nd floor of the hotel in the entertainment complex Mandalay Bay.
The Paddock, according to police, was shot before the guards broke into his room.