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Tucker Carlson: What We Know About the Las Vegas Massacre

It’s been almost four months since the worst mass shooting in history, and now authorities are saying that additional criminal charges may be filed in the case.

The only suspect that has been named so far, Stephen Paddock, is dead. He killed himself about an hour after he fired his last shot into a crowded concert. Police have said that Paddock acted alone but they have not released a motive in the case.

In a recent broadcast, Tucker Carlson spoke about the fact that an attorney for the Las Vegas Police Department has indicated that new charges could be filed in the Las Vegas massacre case.

Carlson talks to an attorney representing the victims in the case, Catherine Lombardo as well as Republican Congressman Scott Perry of Pennsylvania. Lombardo talked about a press hearing that she attended several days ago regarding the case. The press asked the court to release the search warrants and evidence in the case.

At the hearing, an attorney for the police said that they were investigating other persons and crimes. They wouldn’t give a lot of information about the potential charges, according to Lombardo.

Scott Perry says “nothing’s adding up” about what the public is being told about the case. He believes that there could be a possible connection to terrorism through the southern border regarding this incident.

Watch the full video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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