FBI doesn't find motive for Vegas mass shooting

The agency found no "single or clear motivating factor" to explain why Stephen Paddock opened fire from his suite in a high-rise casino hotel.
0:27 | 01/29/19

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By the FBI releasing its final report on Las Vegas massacre but the questions surrounding why the gunman did it remain a mystery. The FBI says that if found no single factor motivating in depth factor in the 2017 mass shooting. Investigators believe gunman Stephen paddock wanted to die in infamy investigators say he was in part inspired by his father's reputation as a bank robber. It's accurate country music festival kill 58 people and injured hundreds more.

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