Why do we still not even have a potential motive for why a gunman opened fire on a crowd of people in Las Vegas? Four months later, the shooting that left 58 people dead and 851 injured is still a mystery.
On today’s show, Doc and Lawrence talked about some of the oddest details of the case and why they think the authorities must know more than we do.
What’s the latest on the shooting?
- A judge has ordered that the autopsy report on gunman Stephen Paddock be released. The autopsy reports for the 58 victims killed in the shooting have been made public.
- Douglas Haig, an Arizona man whose name was on a box of ammunition outside the shooter’s room, is no longer believed to be a person of interest in the case, an official told the Associated Press this week.
- Haig sold the shooter ammunition on time, had no reason to believe that he was dangerous and had no other contact with him, his lawyer said. Haig’s name was mistakenly revealed and should have been redacted from court documents.