Las Vegas massacre: Hotel says staff had no time to react to warning before Stephen Paddock started shooting
Friday, 13 October 2017 () Mandalay Bay owner MGM resorts disputes revised timeline, saying just 40 seconds elapsed between attack on security guard Jesus Campos and gunman raining down bullets on crowd
A group of officers scrambled to breach Stephen Paddock's hotel room as he fired on a crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas. The officers sat down with "60 Minutes" to describe the scene. Correspondent Bill Whitaker joins CBSN to discuss his interview.
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Revelation that terrorist Stephen Paddock shot hotel security guard Jesus Campos alters official sequence of events, prompting criticism of response by Clark... Independent - WorldAlso reported by •Eurasia Review
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