What happened in Vegas seems to be staying in Vegas.
Nearly three weeks after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the release of details surrounding the horrific attack has slowed from a trickle to a standstill: police have yet to schedule another news conference, confusion continues to surround the gunman’s motive and critical questions linger about what exactly happened on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
The president of the union representing Jesus Campos – a security officer at the hotel who was shot during the attack and who became the subject of intense public interest after bailing on scheduled TV interviews last week – also told Fox News he has “no idea” whether or not Campos will return to work at Mandalay Bay.
— Craig Fiegener (@CraigNews3LV) October 17, 2017
And inside and outside the opulent resort and casino, the crime scene remained frozen in time Friday, as the Las Vegas enterprise was ordered by a judge to not destroy anything that could be considered evidence in a trial — right down to the broken glass from gunman Stephen Paddock’s suite. (Read more from “Las Vegas Shooting Details Still Murky as Mandalay Bay Ordered to Keep Evidence” HERE)