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Court documents unsealed on Friday revealed previously unknown information about the Las Vegas massacre that occurred on October 1, 2017, including starling developments regarding Stephen Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley.
At the request of several news outlets, which prosecutors did not oppose, a U.S. District Court judge in Las Vegas made available to the public more than 300 pages of search warrants and affidavits surrounding the Las Vegas massacre. Within those pages were details about Danley’s involvement with Paddock, including finding her fingerprints on his ammo magazines and evidence of a conversation regarding a wire transfer.
Recently, Ivy Villaflores, bubbly Filipino-American publicist and former journalism student, had an experience in Target that went viral for her quick thinking and sharp wit.
Villaflores was in the checkout line of an Arizona Target, speaking to her mother on the phone in Bisaya, a Filipino dialect. She was approached by the woman behind her who asked her what language she was speaking. When she informed the woman that she was speaking a Filipino dialect, the woman instantly connected her heritage with that of Marilou Danley, the girlfriend of the Las Vegas shooter. Noticing the negative implications the woman was insinuating, Villaflores turned the tables back on her, pointing out that she shared the same ethnic heritage as the actual shooter — the man who killed 58 people and wounded 489 before turning the gun on himself. The awkward conversation quickly ended, but Villaflores was still upset by the exchange so she took to Facebook to voice her frustrations.
Concert-goers who were at the Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest Festival on October 1 will never ever forget the horrific shooting. For Ashley Quiocho, however, the grim incident will not only stay in her memories, but in her body as well.
Quiocho, who was raised in Waipahu, Hawaii, was one of the survivors of the Las Vegas shooting that claimed the lives of 59 people and injured 527 more in what is now considered the “deadliest mass shooting in United States history.”
Marilou Danley, the girlfriend of the Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock, has returned from the Philippines and released a statement through her attorney on Wednesday.
“Good afternoon. I want to thank everyone for their patience. I want to let everyone know that we are fully cooperating with the FBI and the Las Vegas Police Department about these horrible, unspeakable acts of violence. It’s taken us this long to make a statement because it’s important that we respect the investigative process. We wanted the FBI and the Las Vegas Police Department to have the first opportunity to talk to my client, Marilou Danley, about everything that she knew about Stephen [Paddock]. That being said, I have a statement to read from my client, Marilou Danley.
If you want to pull a rabbit out of a hat, get your children to eat their vegetables, or convince yourself that America doesn’t have a problem with White terrorism, all you need is a little misdirection.
Mom’s use mashed potatoes to hide the peas, magicians use sexy assistants to distract you while they reach under the table, and White people are using Marilou Danley’s Filipino heritage and the country’s turmoil with ISIS because it’s an easier pill to swallow than accept the reality that White men have always been this nation’s leading terrorists.
Fifty-year-old Shipp moved to Las Vegas from Thousand Oaks, California, five years ago, joining her 23-year-old Marine son, Corey. She is described as a happy woman, a huge Dodgers fan, and had “lots and lots of friends.”
In an exclusive interview with 7 News Australia, Danley’s two sisters came forward and broke their silence on the situation.
Orange County resident Teresa Nicol Kimura, one of the 59 people killed in the brutal shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday evening, will be remembered by her loved ones mostly for her charismatic personality.
Known by friends as a fun-spirited woman with an infectious laugh, the 38-year-old victim from Placentia was attending the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on the Las Vegas strip when bullets start raining from above, according to the OC Register.