Las Vegas shooting suspect's brother feels as if 'asteroid fell out of the sky'

"We have no idea how or why this happened," Eric Paddock, the brother of suspect Stephen Paddock, told ABC News.
1:15 | 10/02/17

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I mean. Yes no affiliation with anything. As far as we know. Point oh but this isn't an. The fish there's nothing that's what this blows I mean ideas to fix things reliving my mean my job as team. And the answers and this is like. Why it. I mean this is asteroid a lot of this guy there's no. There's just not this should send me. The weapons behind. Why don't we got the machine guns for I'm. Where nobody gets the machine it. Its army he had you'll find out he had a couple of times but there were all. No legal. Meaning might have won long gone pretty adamant a safe and there's no. He had I mean he had no machine guns but would this how do you think that's a different machine that you helped him back to make this yeah. Hell the want you back.

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