Before committing the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas on Sunday night, Stephen Paddock may have had his eyes set on a different Las Vegas music festival, The Daily Beast reported.
According to the paper, a senior law enforcement officer claims Stephen Paddock had rented multiple accommodations overlooking the Life Is Beautiful Festival headlined by Kiwi music sensation Lorde. The festival which hosted artists such as Chance The Rapper, Kaskade, Pretty Lights, ZHU, Zeds Dead, and Lorde, may have been the original target of the attack.
The Ogden's owners didn't confirm nor deny the allegations to The Daily Beast, as "this is an on going investigation".
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They apparently suggested Paddock may have lost his nerve at the earlier festival, and instead turned his attention to the Route 91 Harvest Festival, where he undertook the most deadly mass shooting in modern United States history.
At a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Las Vegas Sheriff Joe Lombardo said he could not confirm whether Paddock had eyed the Life is handsome gathering.
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