Las Vegas shooting, the deadliest shooting in the modern United States, has victimized hundreds of family taking lives of more than 50 people and leaving hundreds of them under medical and emotional care.
The shooter has been identified as 62-years-old Nevada resident Stephen Paddock who killed himself at the spot after opening fire at the concert-goers on Sunday night.
Recently, another mysterious activity is reported at the premises when a 21-years-old revealed the fact about a mysterious woman to CNBC who came in front of people at the concert and threatened them to death but she was escorted by the security right away after she told people “you all are going to die tonight.” The identity of the woman is still under question.
The witness further told CNBC about a man and woman who threatened people in the front row saying, “There was a lady who pushed her way forward into the concert venue, into the front row.”
She also talked about the time the woman appeared in the scenario saying, “She started messing with another lady and told us that we were all going to die tonight. It was about 45 minutes before the shots were actually fired. But then she was escorted out by security,” she said. “It makes me feel uncomfortable especially coming here for my 21st birthday. Not knowing If I’m safe going home tomorrow.”
The police are interrogating the events and looking for a suspected woman named Marilou Danley who is believed to be the roommate of the shooter. Authorities are hoping to find the exact resources and core causes of the attack soon.
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