Brother: Las Vegas suspect was a multimillionaire

The brother of alleged Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock said Monday he was a multimillionaire who worked in real estate.

The Associated Press reports that Eric Paddock said his brother also worked as an accountant and that he was unaware of him having any money problems.

At least 58 people were killed and 500 others were injured after gunfire broke out at a country music festival near the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas Sunday night.

Police say Stephen Paddock fired on the crowd at the concert from the 32nd floor of the hotel. He was found dead in his room when police breached the door.

The FBI said on Monday that its investigation had turned up no “connection with an international terrorist group.”

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  • disqus_rEWjgfyzIp

    It doesnt matter who you are (rich, poor, or background) to commit to being a real ass in this world. Just some of the wrong pills or religious teaching can send you over the wall and ruin peoples lives. Just that he was rich meant he had more options to ruin lives is all. And now you have more of the rich trying to ruin more lives with their political bull sh!t of trying to disarm america as then people cant defend them shelves. Last I looked LV was a gun free zone yet this happened.

  • PurpleLady 63

    The guns are not the problem, they cannot jump up and kill someone on their own. The problem is and always will be the lunatics that get hold of them. With this guy he passed all the gun law tests and with the money he had he would have gotten them anyway. thugs and the law breakers can always get guns, because of the people who sell illegal guns, but no one does anything about them, why because no matter how many laws you have, the illegal gun runners and thugs do not care about the laws. I for one will never give up my right to defend myself against the ones that the laws do not mean anything and they think the law is there to break. I am an excellent shot, have been since I was 10 yrs old. The government needs to enforce the laws that are in-place and the liberals need to stop using tragic acts to pounce on my gun rights. If they cannot enforce the current laws, then more laws will not help anything. I realize you cannot fix stupid, but please try and think before you open your mouth and leave no doubt for everyone else that you are stupid. I hope the gun grabbers get the message.

    • David Wheelock

      I agree 100 % your mine kind of women

  • Taking care of business!

    DEMONrats shouldn’t be allowed to have money or guns. They can’t handle either w/o putting them to evil.

  • David Wheelock

    If he was that angry and could do this just think what Hillary is capable of doing

  • Angiesd Seveneightnine

    This guy may of had some money, but I doubt he was a multimillionaire !!!
    It just doesn’t add up!!!
    Especially where he lived in that retirement community in Nevada!!!
    I live in Palm Beach Fl & that home in Orlando was maybe worth $400.00, if that!!!

    • L Cavendish

      not all millionaires live in mansions…or beachfront homes…

  • Jeanne Stotler

    There are many questions that remain unanswered, first where did all the money come from, dabbling in real estate since he retired from Postal service but he gambled heavily, owned a ton of fire arms, it just doesn’t add up, and girl friend in dark, I don’t believe you live in a house with someone for several years and don’t know something. I know it’ll take weeks if not months to sort all this out, and one was he alone, I doubt it.

  • Rick G

    The guy was an anti tea party IRS agent and often trolled conservatives on social media . He spent a lot of time in the Philippines where he was no doubt radicalized by one of the many anti American groups