Both homes were apparently worth more than 0,000 in total.Although police found 23 guns in his hotel room, as well as "in excess of" 19 firearms and explosives at his Nevada home, Eric Paddock has claimed that his brother was "not an avid gun guy at all."What is more, he said that he had "no religious affiliation, no political affiliation" that he was aware of.
The shooter's brother, Eric Paddock, who earlier said that his family was "dumbfounded" by the news of the shooting, which took place on the Las Vegas Strip, has since described him as a "multi-millionaire real estate investor" and a retired accountant, who was also a heavy gambler.
Sky News reports that the suspect lived in a two-bedroom house in the retirement desert community of Mesquite, and had a second home near Reno.
It is a criminal industry driven by the ability of the perpetrators to make large profits behind closed doors. • 67% were threatened with a weapon, raped more than 5 times, and had pornography made of them in prostitution.
• 85-95% of prostituted persons are victims of child abuse in the family. • The average age of entry into prostitution is 12-14 years of age.
Las Vegas and federal officials are still searching for a motive behind the worst mass shooting in U. history that occurred on Sunday, when 64-year-old Nevada resident Stephen Paddock killed at least 59 people and injured 527 others.
Megachurch Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, has meanwhile noted that at times such as this, many people question why God would allow so much evil, if He is both all good and all powerful.
It is exploitative, harmful, dangerous to body and soul and diminishes the person.
It takes advantage of the most vulnerable, those suffering from poverty, racism and abuse. It does not meet standards for acceptable work, since the the entry point is poverty, racism, ageism and/or child abuse; it has a high level of harm to health, and the working conditions are very harmful.
IS soldiers, on the other hand, are known to carry out suicide bombings or die in shootouts.
Laura Dugan, professor of criminology at the University of Maryland, told Reuters that Paddock's age makes him a rare case when it comes to mass shooters."Most shooters are fairly young," Dugan said.
The brother further revealed that their father was Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, a convict who remained on the FBI's most wanted list for eight years after escaping from prison in 1969, where he was serving a 20-year sentence for a string of robberies.