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MGM Resorts International, the owner of the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas wherein a gunman rained down deadly fire on a crowd below last year, is suing more than 1,000 of the victims of the incident.
In October last year, slain gunman Stephen Paddock was staying in one of the rooms of the Las Vegas hotel, seemingly in wait until the moment he broke the windows and started shooting at the concert crowd gathered below.
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Wikimedia Commons/Hermann LuykenMGM Resorts International has turned to suing victims in a last ditch effort to shield itself from legal responsibility in last year's mass shooting.
The incident resulted in 58 people killed and at least five hundred injured, before the Nevada retiree finally turned a gun on himself. The 64-year-old gunman was dead by the time police breached his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, according to ABC News.
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Paddock was able to bring in at least one machine gun, semi-automatic guns and a stock of ammunition in his...
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