Did an LVMPD sniper shoot Stephen Paddock “right in the head”?

Could a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sniper have fired on and killed Stephen Paddock from outside of the Mandalay Bay from street level?


A Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sniper may be responsible for shooting Stephen Paddock from an unknown vantage point outside of the Mandalay Bay hotel possibly from street level or at least it sounds that way in a newly released video.

Officer-worn body camera footage from the night of the 1 October massacre has surfaced in which you can hear the two final shots which may have ended Stephen Paddock’s life.

Astonishingly, in the video, a female officer appears to be looking through her rifle’s scope reticle and sounds as if she is fixated on the alleged shooter Stephen Paddock through a window opening presumably on the 32nd-floor Mandalay Bay north tower when two closeby gunshots can be heard.

The officer appears to be positioned at the driver side front of a patrol car and can be heard saying: “Right in the head,” following two gunshots which sound as if they had derived from street level.

Was the female officer acting as a spotter for a police sniper?

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