REVEALED: Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend told cops they would find her FINGERPRINTS on his ammo and magazines after he killed 58 and injured hundreds because she had helped him load them in the past

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Unsealed court documents have revealed that the girlfriend of the Las Vegas shooter told authorities they would probably find her fingerprints on bullets because she sometimes helped him load ammunition magazines.

Court documents unsealed on Friday revealed several new details into the investigation of Stephen Paddock, who killed 58 people in the Mandalay Bay massacre on October 1.

Girlfriend - Marilou - Danley - US - Philippines

His girlfriend Marilou Danley, 63, wasn't arrested when she returned to the US from the Philippines days after the shooting, and cooperated with investigators, an FBI agent told a judge in the documents.

The agent says in the October 3 search warrant application that there was no evidence at that time of 'criminal involvement' by Danley, but that investigators had not ruled out the possibility.

Document - Danley - 'spontaneously - Fingerprints - Ammunition

The document says Danley 'spontaneously' blurted out that her fingerprints might be found on spent ammunition while she was providing a DNA sample to authorities.

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Investigators - Danley - Philippines - Time - Facebook

Investigators also noticed that Danley, who was in the Philippines at the time, set her Facebook account to private at 12.30am Las Vegas time on October 2 and deleted the account by 2.46am.

The shooting occurred around 10pm on October 1, and Danley's named circulated on police radio in the aftermath as a person of interest, which may have spurred online vigilantes to harass her.

Documents - Key - Question - Gambler - Gunfire

The documents didn't answer the key unanswered question: What motivated a 64-year-old high-stakes gambler to unleash gunfire from his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay resort into an outdoor concert below before killing himself.

Las Vegas police Officer Aden Ocampo Gomez and FBI spokeswoman Sandra Breault said Friday that they had no update about Paddock's motive. Both called it an ongoing investigation.

Documents - Email - Exchange - Paddock

Also revealed in the documents was a bizarre email exchange that Paddock appeared to have faked with himself.

The documents said Paddock had received an email...
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