Las Vegas shooter's brother arrested for child porn

Posted October 27, 2017

Police say the brother of the Las Vegas shooting suspect Stephen Paddock has been arrested in Los Angeles for possession of child porn.

Bruce Paddock is not the same brother that was interviewed in Orlando following the shooting.

According to a news release from the Los Angeles Police Department, the investigation of Paddock was initiated after evidence was discovered inside a business where he had been squatting after his eviction.

Paddock has been under investigation by police since 2014 and his arrest was not in any way related to his brother's shooting massacre in #Las Vegas which saw 58 dead and nearly 500 injured. Authorities have also tried to discern a motive from his travel habits, health, and finances but to no avail.

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Police have studied Stephen Paddock's computer, political affiliations, behaviours and finances, with investigators saying they have combed through 1000 leads and a "voluminous amount of video" footage to no avail.

The shooter's finances have largely been cleared, ABC reports.

His finances did not appear to be a problem and Paddock had settled any debts he had with casinos shortly before the attack, a source said.

Information from friends and family has proven hard to come by as Paddock was somewhat of a loner.

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But he is not the first mass shooter to destroy or hide his digital footprint.

Rubenstein stressed that Paddock's arrest does not relate to his brother's October 1 shooting massacre in Las Vegas.

Virginia Tech shooter Cho Seung Hui removed the hard drive from his computer and threw away his cellphone before killing 32 people in 2007.

"He killed a bunch of people and then killed himself so he didn't have to face whatever it was". Authorities never found either item.

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