Marilou Danley: The girlfriend who 'loved' Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock

Marilou Danley: The girlfriend who 'loved' Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock

Republican lawmakers on Thursday said they would look into "bump stock" gun accessories after a retiree used rifles equipped with them to rain gunfire onto a Las Vegas concert, killing 58 people in the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history. Investigators are still piecing together the motives for the shooting that killed at least 58 people and are now focused on one thing: what do we know about Marilou Danley?

The arsenal uncovered in Mesquite comes on top of at least 16 firearms discovered in the Vegas hotel room, from which Paddock launched the deadly assault before killing himself.

Paddock had recently wired $100,000 to the Philippines, a USA law enforcement source confirmed to CNN.

Danley is an Australian citizen who moved to the United States 20 years ago to work on the casino strip, the Australian government confirmed Tuesday.

The President and first lady went to Las Vegas to meet and talk with survivors of the shooting, as well as first responders, doctors and nurses during the visit. He has branded Paddock a "demented man".

Paddock, a 64-year-old retired accountant and multimillionaire real estate investor, specifically requested an upper-floor room with a view of the music festival, according to a person who has seen hotel records turned over to investigators.

Trump was not ready to suggest answers.

The two sisters, who repeatedly broke down during the interview, said their hearts were broken for the victims of the massacre.

"He was so rude to her in front of us", Esperanza Mendoza, the store's supervisor, told the newspaper.

"We act on that", he said.

Experts cautioned that the group - under pressure in its Syrian and Iraqi heartlands - may be trying to rally its supporters with a false claim. This information is corroborated by the FBI: "No link with an worldwide terrorist group". Police said they believed he had used 10 suitcases to smuggle the weapons up to the room.

Paddock had stockpiled 47 guns since 1982 and bought 33 of them, mostly rifles, over the past year alone, right up until three days before the attack, Jill Snyder, an agent with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, told CBS on Wednesday. "I didn't even know what they were until this week".

Father of Stephen, Benjamin Paddock, has had several convictions, revealed the New York Times. Bruce Ure, deputy police chief of the small Texas city of Seguin, was in the concert's VIP section when the gunfire broke out.

The authorities could not confirm to whom the transactions were intended. Ure loaded the bleeding strangers into a passing vehicle and rode with them to a hospital.

But he later revised his statement, telling AFP that information was from the media. "We have an internal investigation going as we speak as to how those photographs were obtained". Tonight's not your night. "I can't believe it..."

"The FBI has coordinated with the Philippine office of the Interpol to look for her", NBI spokesman Nick Suarez told AFP.

He says investigators have recovered items and video from the hotel.

"We're lost", his brother said.

"This is just a quiet, sleepy little community. We knew it was chaos and mayhem because people were running out of everywhere".

The attack is thought to be the deadliest shooting in USA history, exceeding the death toll of last year's attack in an Orlando nightclub which saw 49 lives lost.