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Las Vegas shootings: Paddock spent 20 years buying weapons, committed suicide after attack [PHOTOS]

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Las Vegas shootings: Paddock spent 20 years buying weapons, committed suicide after attack

Authorities have revealed that Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas mass murderer, set up cameras in a door peephole and on a room service cart outside the room to alert him when police arrived.

After killing over 55 persons attending a music concert, SWAT teams blew the door off his room and found him dead inside.

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Paddock, had over the course of more than 20 years, bought his weapons such as rifles, shotguns and handguns from Nevada, Texas, Utah and California legally.

Images that leaked yesterday show Stephen Paddock’s body on the floor of his suite in the Mandalay Bay resort and casino, which he used as a sniper’s nest on Sunday night to open fire on 22,000 innocent people attending a music festival across the street.

In the photos shared by MailOnline, only the 64-year-old’s legs, torso and left arm are visible and he wears a typical outfit for a retiree: a brown long-sleeve t-shirt, black slacks and slip on loafers with white socks.

The only thing that reveals his nefarious actions are the black gloves he’s wearing.

A SWAT team located Paddock in his room about 72 minutes after the beginning of the deadly attack – but cops estimate he only fired on the crowd for 9-11 minutes, starting at 10:08pm.

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Police say he shot at officers as they broke the door, but by the time they made it into the suite, Paddock had committed suicide.

It was gathered that there were 23 firearms in the hotel room, including an AK-47, an AR-15-type gun, and a handgun.

Report further claims that Paddock had still more guns stored in his two houses in Verdi, outside Reno, and Mesquite, bringing the total across all the locations to 47, she said.

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EFCC boss, Magu charges youth to stand against corruption

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Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, on Friday challenged the Nigerian youth to always raise their voices against corruption, adding that the nation banks on them for a prosperous tomorrow.

The EFCC boss stated this in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital during the 10-million-man march against corruption held in conjunction with the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, in all the state capitals across the country.

Magu, who was represented in Ibadan by the acting Zonal Head of the Commission Ibadan office, Bright Igeleke, urged the youth to always stand for what is right to ensure a better days for the country.

Themed “Nigerian Youths Walk Against Corruption”, the exercise had as participants thousands of corps members and officials of the state NYSC led by the State Coordinator, Mrs. Eniola Ambekemo; State Commander of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Mrs. Josephine Ruth Obi; State Director of National Orientation Agency, NOA, Mrs. Dolapo Dosumu; Labour leaders members of the Civil Society Organisation; Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Nigeria Police Force, State Security Service, among may other stakeholders.

Ambekemo advised the youth to always stay away from crime and corruption tendencies, urging them to be good ambassadors of the nation and their respective communities.

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Internet Fraud: EFCC nabs two brothers, 13 others in Ibadan

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC Ibadan zonal office on Thursday, arrested two siblings – Olanrewaju Olatunji (19) and Femi Olatunji (29) – and thirteen others for alleged involvement in internet-related fraud.

The suspects were apprehended at Alafara area of Ibadan, Oyo State, following intelligence earlier received on their alleged illegal activities.

The thirteen others, whose ages range between 16 and 48 years, include: Abiodun Ojo, Lawal Ahmed, Adedeji Olatunbosun, Adeniyi Ramon, and Oladipupo Oluwatobilola.

Others are: Ayomide Olawale, Elegbede Wale, Victor Adaramoye, Timileyin Adeniran, Kunmi Joshua, Tawfeeq Ibrahim, Funmbi Samuel and Adeyemo Yinka.

At the point of their arrest, three exotic cars, phones, laptops, international passports, Point of Sale (POS) machine, and some incriminating documents were recovered from the suspects.

The suspects will be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.

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Why EFCC Galvanizes Youth For Its 10m-Man-March –  Magu Gives Reason

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The acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, has identified the youth population as the most critical in effort to rescue Nigeria from the depressive effect of corruption.

Magu made the assertion in Ibadan on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 during a visit to the Chairman and proprietor of the popular Ibadan-based Splash FM, Chief Adebayo Akande.

The EFCC boss, who was represented by the head of the Commission’s Ibadan zonal office, Friday Ebelo, explained that the EFCC’s recognition of the importance of the youth demography to the development of the country informed its decision to centre the forthcoming 10-million-man-march against corruption around the youth.

The event which was slated for February 14 has the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, and many youth-based organisations across the country as partners.

“Ours is a growing demography with more than 50 percent of youth population. We realized that if we can harness and attune their energy to positive use, our country’s desire to be a virile nation will be easily achieved.

“We also realise that the youth are mostly both the victims and perpetrators of the type of crimes our agency fights. We believe that if we enlist them and get them fully involved in the fight, the problems around the economic and financial crimes will be solve to a reasonable level.

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“Once the youth take the leadership of the fight and apply their strength in its propagation, we are confident that the bulk of the Nigerian population will key into it and our country will be the ultimate beneficiary,” he said.

Ebeleo had early on Tuesday, February 4, appeared on Diamond 101.1 FM to feature on the Commission’s weekly enlightenment programme, EFCC Eagle Alert, to mobilise members of the University of Ibadan community and its environs for the march.
While responding to EFCC’s visit, Chief Akande pledged continued support of Splash FM and its sister stations – Lagelu FM, Ibadan and Splash FM, Abeokuta – in promoting the activities of the commission.

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