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01 February 2018, 12:38 | Floyd Cook
2nd Person of Interest Was Identified in Days After Las Vegas Shooting, Documents Show
In a statement to the Associated Press (AP), Haig said he had met the shooter, Stephen Paddock, once for an ammunition deal.
The AP attorney returned the documents, but the other lawyer had already transmitted the documents and the Review-Journal published Douglas Haig's name online.
A USA district judge ruled on Tuesday to unseal almost 300 pages of search warrant records issued by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) after the deadest mass shooting in the modern history of the United States last October. They were told that another hotel employee, Stephen Schuck, said shots were fired at him in the hallway right after Campos was shot and CBS News reported that Schuck immediately radioed "hotel dispatchers to call police", telling the dispatcher, "a gunman had opened fire with a rifle inside" the hotel.
It is unclear whether Mr. Haig, who was identified in the documents as a person of interest, remains under investigation. However, the documents did not disclose many details about Haig or his involvement in one of the deadliest mass shootings in the history of the United States. The bureau's Las Vegas field office and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department previously did not respond to Newsweek's requests for comment about Haig.
Haig says Paddock paid for a box of ammunition and left. "Usually folks that have bad intent...or they say something wrong, or just imply they're going to do something illegal or against the law, I refuse service". She was in the Philippines at the time of the attack and is cooperating with investigators.
Police officials countered that because the investigation of the shooting is ongoing, the documents should remain sealed.
The name of one of those people is blacked out in court records released Tuesday.
UPDATE AT 10:45 A.M. January 30: Judge Timothy Williams has ruled that the coroner's reports related to the 1 October mass shooting must be released.
Court officials are redacting the warrant records in preparation for release later Tuesday. The coroner and county attorneys didn't immediately say whether they would appeal Williams' ruling to the Nevada Supreme Court.
Paddock's girlfriend, Australian citizen Marilou Danley, was also named as a person of interest in the court documents, but authorities say they are not planning to lay any charges against her.
The Associated Press and Las Vegas Review-Journal are seeking the autopsy records to answer questions including whether there were delays getting medical care for any of the victims who died.
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