At least seven news organizations have sued the LVPD for not releasing all of the information from the night of the Las Vegas shootings, including the New York Times, the Associated Press, ABC, the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times.
Stephen Stubbs, an attorney representing some of the victims in the largest mass shooting in US history is interviewed in this micro-documentary, claiming that Stephen Paddock was able to kill so many people that night because he was a high roller and was therefore treated differently. Instead of calling 911 when the shooting began, Stubbs says the casino called their private hotline to the LVPD, enabling them to maintain control their liability. Stubbs suggests that as their main campaign contributor, MGM has been able to buy the LVPD’s silence.
As for Paddock’s motive, Stubbs shares his flimsy opinion but I think it’s Stubbs’ motive that should be examined, since his legal case only make sense if we believe the LVPD’s story that nearly 600 people were shot and nearly 60 killed by the single shooter whom they identified so rapidly, despite dozens of witnesses reporting multiple shooters.