Top three likely first-round playoff matchups for Vegas Golden Knights

The Vegas Golden Knights only need six more points to clinch a National Hockey League postseason berth in their inaugural season, which is amazing for an expansion team. Despite a two-game losing streak currently at T-Mobile Arena, the team definitely wants to secure as many home-ice games as possible in the Stanley Cup playoffs ahead.

Sunday’s game against the Calgary Flames (35-27-10) has significant meaning for both teams, as the Flames are trying to catch the three teams ahead of them in the Western Conference chase for the final wild-card spot. Meanwhile, the Golden Knights’ lead in the Pacific Division is down to six points over the San Jose Sharks, even though Vegas has a game in hand.

A first-place finish in the Pacific means home-ice advantage for the first two rounds of the playoffs, while a second-place division result means only home-ice advantage for one round of the postseason. The good news is the Golden Knights have an 11-point lead over the Los Angeles Kings for that third position, with an extra game to play as well.

Vegas obviously wants as much home ice as it can get for the playoffs. While the Golden Knights have lost two straight and six of their last ten, the Sharks have won four straight. The two teams also play each other twice more this season: March 22 in San Jose and March 31 in Las Vegas in the Vegas regular-season home finale

A first-place division finish means the Golden Knights would take on the first Western Conference wild-card team in the first round, while a second-place division finish means Vegas would play the third-place Pacific team. Based on these parameters, these are the three most probable first-round matchups for the Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup playoffs next month.

1. Colorado Avalanche: Currently in the top wild-card sport with 84 points and a game in hand over the Dallas Stars, the Avs and the Golden Knights actually play twice more this season as well. The matchups come in back-to-back games on March 24 in Denver and March 26 in Sin City. The two teams have played once this season, a 7-0 win for the Golden Knights back on October 27 at T-Mobile. The two remaining games will play a large role in determining each team’s playoff position.

2. Dallas Stars: Vegas went 2-1 against Dallas this year, winning the first game on the season on the road and another game in Dallas on December 9. However, the Golden Knights lost at home to the Stars, 3-0, on November 28. That was the first shutout loss in Vegas franchise history. Technically, Dallas is tied with Anaheim for that final Western Conference playoff spot, but the Stars have the tiebreak advantage over the Ducks based on regulation/overtime wins (34-32).

3. Los Angeles Kings: The two teams played four times this year already, with the Golden Knights winning the first two games and the Kings winning the last two (on back-to-back nights, no less, late last month). This is not a preferable matchup for Vegas, as Los Angeles has an experienced and playoff-tested goaltender in Jonathan Quick. He backstopped the Kings to Cup titles in 2012 and 2014. Strangely, L.A. also is tied with Anaheim for the third spot in the Pacific, but again, the Ducks lose the tiebreak to the Kings (by an even larger margin, 37-32). 

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Vegas fighting fatigue and injuries with division title in sight

With 11 games left in the National Hockey League regular season, the Vegas Golden Knights are moving closer to clinching a postseason berth. However, they have lost two games in a row at T-Mobile Arena, and their closest pursuers in the Pacific Division—the San Jose Sharks—have won three straight now to make things more interesting.

The Golden Knights (45-21-5) lead the Sharks (39-23-9) by eight points, and if San Jose was to win all its 11 remaining games, Vegas would have to win eight of its last 11 matchups to clinch the division title. With that accomplishment comes a guarantee of home-ice advantage for at least the first two rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The two teams play each other twice more, as well: March 22 in San Jose and March 31 in Las Vegas. Chances are the Sharks will not win all of their remaining games, so in reality, the Golden Knights probably need three more victories to clinch the division title. If two of those wins come head-to-head against San Jose, that would be ideal for Vegas.

The Golden Knights have struggled lately, winning just four of their last 10 games. They gave up eight goals against the New Jersey Devils on March 14, matching a season-worst defensive effort. Vegas now ranks 11th in the NHL overall in terms of goals allowed, despite the usually great presence of Marc-Andre Fleury in net.

From top to bottom, the roster has experienced some injury challenges. However, No. 2 goaltender Malcolm Subban has returned from injury, so expect to see him in goal more often in the final 11 games, in order to give Fleury some well-needed rest and recovery time. Also, left wing James Neal has returned from injury as well: He has missed 11 contests overall this season.

However, right wing Reilly Smith still has a shoulder problem, and his status for the Sunday game in Sin City against the Calgary Flames (36-24-12) is unknown right now. He has missed the last five games.

In the end, the Golden Knights probably win the division despite these challenges. After all, the team survived earlier in the season when it was down to its No. 4 and No. 5 goalies. But while making the playoffs by winning the division is an amazing accomplishment for an expansion team, clearly the Vegas organization knows more than that is on the line right now.

Wouldn’t it be something to see a healthy and strong Golden Knights team win the Stanley Cup itself?

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‘It’s a Movie Script’: FBI Insiders Reportedly Expose ‘Official’ Vegas Narrative as Entirely False


Damning information has allegedly been reported by FBI insiders who claim that the “official” narrative about the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history is a fiction, perpetuated by law enforcement to keep Americans ignorant as to what really happened in Vegas.

The report comes from True Pundit who claims to have been contacted by several FBI insiders and high-ranking intelligence officials who are making the bombshell claims.

“It’s a movie script that was written after the shooting to rewrite what really happened,” one FBI agent said, according to the media outlet. “The investigation is an entirely different story that we are not allowed to talk about. If we do and get caught, we get fired and probably charged (criminally).”

According to the report, the entire premise of the shooting—as in Stephen Paddock acted alone—is completely false.

As True Pundit reports, after months of corporate-infused spin by MGM Resorts and outright lies from officials in the FBI and the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, federal agents and intelligence officials are spilling the beans about what really happened on and before the Oct. 1 massacre.

According to the FBI officials, as reported by True Pundit, the following jaw-dropping cover-ups:

  • When FBI brass was provided with forensic evidence of multiple gunmen, they told agents to stand down and focus on Paddock only. Even a key internal audio captured by a hotel guest of multiple rifles firing from Mandalay Bay went ignored, covered up.
  • When FBI brass was provided the names of persons of interest who likely assisted Paddock, agents were instructed not to interview the individuals. One would-be target was never pursued despite pleadings from intelligence officials and agents that he was possibly the second shooter.
  • The FBI uncovered specific evidence showing that Paddock was anti-Trump and had an affiliation with ANTIFA, though it never was divulged to the public and agents did not follow such leads, per orders of their superiors.
  • When FBI brass was given evidence that the shooting was possibly linked to ANTIFA radicals working with an ISIS-linked terror faction — including the full identities of some of the suspects with ties to both radical groups and at or near Mandalay Bay the night of the deadly shooting — agents were never instructed to follow up on the investigation and pursue the suspects.
  • When intelligence officials approached the FBI and LVMPD with external evidence that Paddock was only one member of an organized terror cell — which included as many as five gunman who planned to fire from the Mandalay Bay suite — the compelling evidence was covered up. Never pursued.
  • When FBI brass was provided with forensic evidence that Paddock’s death was not a suicide, the intelligence was never pursued by the FBI and LVMPD. FBI sources said Paddock suffered two gunshots. His autopsy report only details a single bullet to the head. FBI sources maintain Paddock’s autopsy was doctored and is a fraud.
  • When an ISIS-linked “businessman” from Turkey was pinpointed in the investigation — and found to be residing near Las Vegas at the time of the shooting — FBI agents were not instructed to follow up and pursue intelligence leads showing possible links to the massacre.
  • FBI and intelligence officials believe Paddock and associates chose to strike the Las Vegas country music concert with over 22,000 people because they likely supported President Trump. FBI agents said they were instructed to keep that key motive quiet too.
  • When MGM refused to share cctv footage from Mandalay Bay, FBI agents were threatened by superiors that any whistle blowers divulging such revelations to the media would lose their jobs. The FBI still has never been provided all the camera footage from the Mandalay Bay, FBI agents said.
  • When FBI agents and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives informed FBI bosses that Paddock didn’t start buying dozens of guns until after Trump’s election, they were told to keep that fact quiet and shrouded.
  • When FBI agents followed up on an ABC News report that Paddock wired $100,000 to the Philippines shortly before the rampage they confirmed the report was untrue. Instead of disputing it, FBI bosses embraced the false story, saying it helped build the narrative the Bureau was constructing about Paddock. FBI agents believe the story was planted with ABC by their superiors.

While some of these points attempt to paint a partisan motive for this attack, it is important to remember that all sides would love to use Paddock to “blame the other guy” and this should not lead to the creation and hatred of stereotypes nor should it be used to divide Americans. If it turns out that Paddock was indeed anti-Trump, then this should not be used to demonize others who are also opposed to Trump.

Anything outside of a thorough investigation to seek the truth is an insult to the victims and their families. Those who would attempt to use this tragedy for personal or political gain are no better than those trying to cover up the truth.

According to True Pundit, Monday’s report is one of many they will be releasing that will contain all the information given to them by their FBI and intelligence sources.

As we’ve done throughout this campaign of misinformation and lies that is the Vegas Massacre, the Free Thought Project will continue to sift through all the evidence to find the truth.

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Just Like Vegas, Authorities are Hiding the Surveillance Footage of Parkland Shooting


Parkland, FL — In the weeks since the tragic shooting occurred in Parkland, Florida, we have learned that cops cowered outside instead of helping, the police and FBI were all warned on multiple occasions that the alleged shooter, Nikolas Cruz, told people he was going to shoot up the school, nearly two dozen people reported Cruz for death threats, and first responders were told to stand down. Now, we are finding out that the surveillance footage from the school — which the public has a right to see — is being deliberately kept secret by the Broward county sheriff — which many say is illegal.

Broward county sheriff Scott Israel, who has already been caught contradicting the official story, is claiming that the surveillance footage must remain secret.

The South Florida Sun Sentinel, the Miami Herald and CNN have filed an open records lawsuit against the Israel and school Superintendent Robert Runcie for their role in this secrecy.

Officials claim that the video is exempt from Florida sunshine laws because its release would somehow put lives at risk and expose the district’s security system. However, as the NY Post reports, this is not true.

First, disclosure of the videos would pose no danger to students because Building 12, where the shooting took place, will be demolished.

Second, key investigative records, transcripts and logs in the active criminal probe against the Parkland school shooter have already been released to the public. Israel himself coughed up call logs documenting 23 times the shooter’s family or neighbors called deputies to the house. Additional dispatch records obtained by local and national media outlets revealed 22 more calls to law enforcement dating back to 2008 that had not been initially communicated by the selectively disclosing sheriff.

Moreover, the open-records lawsuit notes that Israel has already publicly described in detail what the video shows about Peterson’s actions: He arrived at the west side of Building 12, took position, got on his radio, had a view of the western entry of Building 12 but never went in for “upwards of four minutes” while the shooter slaughtered 17 innocent students and teachers.

By refusing to release the video, police are creating an environment that fosters distrust, and rightfully so.

In case after case of “terror” attacks in the United States, the surveillance footage is immediately released in almost every incident. However, in Parkland and Las Vegas — two shootings that have been surrounded by controversy and cover ups — the public has seen nothing.

Within hours of a terrorist attack in New York city, the surveillance footage of Akayed Ullah walking into the underground tunnel between Times Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal and detonating a crudely-made pipe bomb was released.

Before that, a suspect, identified as Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, rented a pickup truck, drove it onto a busy bicycle path and mowed down innocent people before getting out and brandishing toy guns. Almost immediately after the horrific attack that left 8 dead and a dozen more injured, video of Saipov, an Uzbekistan native, was released.

It has been months since the attack in Vegas and officials have yet to release a single still image of Stephan Paddock in the Mandalay Bay Casino. This is in spite of the thousands of cameras both inside and outside of the casino.

Now, it appears, this same secrecy and cover up is going to happen in Parkland. Hopefully, for the sake of the victims and their families, and in the interest of the public, the lawsuits will resolve successfully, and the evidence will be released — even if it is damning to the image of the Broward sheriff. Indeed, the Broward Circuit court agrees.

“If there were shortcomings,” Broward Circuit Court Judge Charles Greene concluded, “the public has the right to know.”

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Florida School Shooting Survivor’s Father Escaped The Las Vegas Massacre

Mass shootings are depressingly familiar to the Freidkes family.

Braden Freidkes, a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., cowered inside a classroom last week as a twisted teen gunman wielding an AR-15 assault rifle killed 17 people.

Four months earlier, Braden’s father, John Freidkes, ran for his life along the Las Vegas strip as Stephen Paddock fired a hail of bullets into a crowd of people enjoying a country music concert. Fifty-eight people died.

“My parents never had to talk to me about situations like this,” the elder Freidkes told CNN on Wednesday. “You get up every morning and you’re afraid to turn on the news.”

Freidkes’ son was escorted to safety by heavily armed police officers after gunman Nikolas Cruz’ senseless attack finally came to an end last Wednesday. Braden recalled “praying” for his “friends and family to be OK” as Cruz methodically walked through the halls, shooting his former teachers and classmates to death.

“I want to be safe wherever I go,” Braden said. “I want to go to school to learn, I want to get an education, I want to be safe, and I want to come home to see my parents every day.”

Freidkes recalled his own mass shooting experience, on Oct. 1, in Las Vegas.

The Vegas massacre, which still remains a mystery, became the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.

Freidkes lamented how political leaders are not doing enough to prevent school shootings.

“There was a crowd of people running towards us yelling ‘there’s a shooter, there’s a shooter,’” he said. “We were lucky enough to jump in a taxi cab where there were two women in there already. One was hyperventilating, the other was seemingly in shock. We asked if they were coming from the venue and they were.”

“It’s got to stop. There’s got to be a way,” Freidkes said. “Our political leaders that we vote for work for us, not for lobbyists, and they need to remember that.”

Republicans in Congress, many of whom are backed by the National Rifle Association, have blocked or stalled beefed up gun control efforts from becoming law. Both Cruz and Paddock were able to legally purchase the AR-15 assault rifles that they used to kill innocent people.


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As Public Demands Answers, Autopsy Reveals Las Vegas Shooter Died 1 Day AFTER Suicide


Las Vegas – As Americans search for answers to the questions surrounding reports of a mass shooting at a high school in Florida, the alarming autopsy results from a mass shooting in Las Vegas, which show that the suspected gunman died more than 12 hours after he reportedly committed suicide, are being ignored.

While the official timeline of the Las Vegas shooting has changed multiple times, one thing has remained the same—the claim that after opening fire out of the window of his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, Stephen Paddock shot and killed himself at some point between 10:15 p.m. and 11:20 p.m. on Oct. 1, 2017.

However, the autopsy report released by the Clark County Coroner claimed that Paddock actually died at 12 p.m. on Oct. 2, 2017.


The autopsy was conducted on Oct. 6, 2017, by a team of detectives who claimed Paddock weighed 224 lbs. and was 6 feet tall. According to the report, he was wearing a brown long-sleeve shirt and black pants, which match the outfit worn in photos released from the hotel room that showed what was purported to be Paddock’s dead body after the shooting.

However, while initial photos of Stephen Paddock appeared to show that he had the number “13” tattooed on his neck, the photos of the dead man in the hotel room showed that his neck was clean, and the autopsy report’s external examination claimed that, “the neck is unremarkable.

The report confirmed that Paddock died as a result of a gunshot entering his mouth, and he was found with a bullet lodged in his brain, in between his occipital dura and occipital skull.

CAUSE OF DEATH: This 64-year-old man, Stephen Craig Paddock, died of an intraoral gunshot wound of the head,” the autopsy report concluded. “MANNER OF DEATH: Suicide.”

While the mainstream media focused on the fact that the autopsy determined Paddock was overweight and he had anti-anxiety drugs in his system—which was public knowledge within days of the shooting—the claim that Paddock died more than 12 hours after police claimed he committed suicide should raise some serious red flags.

In an updated timeline last month, the Los Angeles Times released what it referred to as “The most comprehensive look yet at how the Las Vegas concert massacre unfolded.” It was based on an 81-page investigative report from the Las Vegas Police, claiming that Paddock had died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound by the time officers entered his room at 11:20 p.m.

10:12 p.m.: Two armed Mandalay Bay security officers arrive on the 32nd floor, and the police and security officers on the 31st floor realize that the shooting is coming from one floor above them.

10:15 p.m.: Paddock fires his final shots at concertgoers.

10:16 p.m.: The two police officers on the 31st floor enter the stairwell outside the 32nd floor hallway but do not confront Paddock.

10:57 p.m.: Police breach the sealed 32nd-floor stairwell doorway.

11:20 p.m.: Police use explosives to blow open Paddock’s door, and they discover him dead.

11:26 p.m.: Police breach the interior door to Paddock’s second room, where a police officer accidentally fires three rounds into the room.

When rumors begin to spread suggesting that Paddock may have shot himself after police entered his hotel room, Sgt. Jerry MacDonald insisted, “He absolutely killed himself before anyone got into the room.”

However, while there have been a number of significant changes to the timeline of the shooting, none of them have suggested the possibility of Paddock’s death occurring the next day, hours after his name was released as the only suspect in the massacre.

As The Free Thought Project has reported, the first reports of gunfire happened at 10:08 p.m. on Oct. 1, and Paddock’s name was then released publicly at 3:30 a.m. on Oct. 2, with the claim that he committed suicide before police entered his hotel room.

It should also be noted that Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley, who was reportedly visiting family in the Philippines at the time, set her Facebook account to private at 12:38 a.m. and then deleted it entirely at 2:46 a.m.—nearly one hour before Paddock’s name was publicly released as the suspect in the shooting.

The Clark County Coroner’s Office fought the release of the autopsy report, choosing to pay more than $32,000 in legal fees instead. Now it is clear that the revelation that Stephen Paddock actually died at 12 p.m. on Oct. 2, 2017, may have been what they were trying to hide, because it calls the validity of every police officer and FBI agent involved in the investigation into question, and it opens a new host of questions about how the massacre unfolded.

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Las Vegas Shooter Was On A “Sedative-Hypnotic” Mind-Altering Psychiatric Medication

Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was taking mind-altering psychiatric medications at the time he carried out the Mandalay Bay mass shooting, reveal autopsy records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

“Amounts of nordiazepam, oxazepam and temazepam, which are consistent with the anti-anxiety drug Valium, were found in his urine, a toxicology report shows,” the Review-Journal reports. No alcohol-related chemicals were found in the autopsy, according to the report.

The local paper also explains one of the documented side effects of taking psychiatric medications:

Diazepam is a sedative-hypnotic drug in the class of benzodiazepines, which studies have shown can trigger aggressive behavior.


Paddock’s blood also contained brain-damaging heavy metals like lead and mercury

Surprisingly, toxicology results also reportedly detected arsenic, lead, selenium and mercury in Stephen Paddock’s blood, according to the report. Mercury is well known to cause extensive neurological damage that can lead to aggressive, destructive behavior.

These findings only add to the mystery surrounding the Oct. 1 mass shooting tragedy, which nearly all intelligent observers who aren’t brainwashed by the fiction-pushing media have concluded could not have been carried out by a single individual.

Now, the fact that Paddock’s body carried notable levels of a sedative-hypnotic drug combined with brain-damaging heavy metals (lead and mercury) only adds to skepticism about the official story.

Psychiatric drugs linked to nearly all mass shootings

Psychiatric medications, of course, are linked to the vast majority of so-called “mass shootings” that have taken place over the last two decades.

On the other hand, a single individual whose brain is poisoned with mind-altering drugs and heavy metals seems extremely unlikely to have been able to carry out the coordinated, precision-based attack that killed 58 people. It’s also apparent from the evidence found in Paddock’s room that his collection of gear, ammunition and tactical knowledge required months — if not years — of meticulous planning by someone well-versed in tactical engagements.

Adding to the skepticism surrounding the situation, the Las Vegas Police Department has been caught multiple times contradicting its own announcements and withholding important information from the public. Independent media reporter Shep Ambellas from Intellihub has perhaps offered the most ongoing coverage of the apparent cover-up, publishing articles like, “Vegas killer Stephen Paddock’s prostitute lover vanished before deadly shooting spree, said Paddock was under government mind control.”

Although I haven’t spent much time researching this cover-up, I’m the person who went public with the acoustic forensic analysis of the shooting, proving that more than one shooter was present. You can watch that video here:

Most likely explanation: The shadow government is covering up the truth, whatever it might be…

It’s unlikely, by the way, that “official sources” will ever reveal the full truth about what happened at Mandalay Bay. Never forget that ISIS claimed credit for the shooting, insisting that Stephan Paddock converted to a radical form of Islam before carrying out the murder.

There are anti-American elements operating inside the shadow government — sometimes called the deep state — that actively seek to obfuscate any evidence linking domestic terrorism to radical Islam. Many of those same deep state traitors, we now know, actively conspired to overthrow the American Republic by secretly spying on Donald Trump’s campaign team through the illegal acquisition of a FISA surveillance warrant.

Former President Obama, for example, was a practicing Muslim who accidentally let slip his “Muslim faith” in a televised interview with George Stephanopoulos:

Obama also ordered ISIS investigations shut down across the federal government, including ordering the destruction of an extremely valuable government database on Muslim extremists. That database was put together, in part, by a federal investigator named Philip Haney who worked for Homeland Security. He went public with all this on national TV, warning that the Obama regime interfered with the federal government’s intelligence operation that could have stopped other ISIS-inspired mass shootings:The revelations contained in the recently released FISA memo reveal, without question, that the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) is, at its highest levels, hopefully corrupt and dishonest. If they could cover up the attempted stealing of an American election by pro-Clinton deep state elements, altering the evidence of what happened in Las Vegas is child’s play.

The bottom line? The American people are being lied to about every significant event so that the “facts” might be twisted to support the totalitarian agendas of those who currently run things (including the news media). It’s also possibly, by the way, that we are being lied to about Stephen Paddock’s autopsy results as part of an effort to control the narrative.

For this reason, by skeptical of all official reports regarding such events. The only way I would be completely confident in the autopsy results is if I somehow got a sample of Paddock’s urine and tested it myself, in my own lab. (Somehow, I doubt federal authorities are going to send me that sample…)




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Autopsy finds gunman who killed 58 people in Las Vegas took anti-anxiety drug

(Reuters) – The Las Vegas gunman who killed 58 people and himself in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history was found to have had anti-anxiety medication in his system, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported, citing a newly obtained autopsy report.

The autopsy also confirmed that the gunman, Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old retired real estate investor and high-stakes gambler, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, the newspaper said.

The Clark County Coroner’s Office declined to immediately respond to a request from Reuters seeking a copy of the report, which the Review-Journal said it obtained after a judge ordered the medical examiner to release it last week to news organizations.

Paddock strafed a crowd of outdoor concertgoers with rapid-fire gunshots from his 32nd-floor suite at the Mandalay Bay hotel the night of Oct. 1 before police stormed his room to find him dead amid a large cache of high-powered weapons and ammunition.

Authorities said in the immediate aftermath of the rampage that the gunman had fatally shot himself but left no suicide note. No motive for the massacre, which also left several hundred people injured, has ever been established.

There was nothing in the Review-Journal’s story on Friday to suggest that the autopsy records shed any additional light on what may have driven Paddock to carry out the bloodiest U.S. shooting spree on record.

It said that the Clark County coroner, John Fudenberg, had found anti-anxiety medication in Paddock’s system, but the Review-Journal did not make clear whether further details of that finding were disclosed in the new autopsy report.

The newspaper reported several days after the killings that a local doctor had prescribed Paddock the drug diazepam, known by the brand name Valium, which is used for treating anxiety and alcohol withdrawal symptoms.

The Review-Journal also has reported that Fudenberg sent a sample of Paddock’s brain tissue to Stanford University School of Medicine in October for a neuropathological examination to look for signs of possible disorders that might have explained Paddock’s violent behavior.

(Reporting by Steve Gorman in Los Angeles; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)

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Autopsy Finds Gunman Who Killed 58 People in Las Vegas was taking Anti-Anxiety Psychiatric Drugs

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