Chris White

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Las Vegas gunman pictured with family in the Philippines before attack

The gunman responsible for Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas wired $100,000 to a bank account in the Philippines, his live-in girlfriend's home country, a week before carrying out the attack, it has been revealed. Stephen Paddock, 64, sent the money to an account before setting up a sniper's nest on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel on Sunday. Law enforcement officials who confirmed the wire transfer to NBC did not reveal who the bank account belongs to.
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Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock lived in nearby retirement community

The man suspected of opening fire at concertgoers attending a country music festival in Las Vegas on Sunday night was a local resident with no prior criminal convictions in the state of Nevada. Stephen Paddock, 64, lived just 90 minutes outside Las Vegas in the city of Mesquite, where he purchased a home in a retirement community for just over $369,000 in 2015 according to public records. He lived there with his 62-year-old girlfriend Marilou Danley, the same woman police announced they were s
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Las Vegas gunman took TWENTY THREE guns into his sniper's nest

The man who shot dead 59 people and injured 527 others in Las Vegas on Sunday night was a multimillionaire who took a huge arsenal of 23 guns into his Mandalay Bay hotel room, which he transformed into an elaborate sniper's nest before opening fire on a country music festival. Stephen Paddock, 64, had made millions from real estate deals, according to his brother; he also owned two planes and several properties across the US, and seemed normal apart from his passion for gambling large sums. Bu
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World’s most expensive Embassy protected by a tiny moat!

These are the first photos of the world’s most expensive moat ever to be built, which it’s hoped will make the new US Embassy in London impenetrable to terrorists. The 100 foot, half moon strip of water in front of the building is meant to be able to withstand any type of attack although US officials have euphemistically called it a ‘water feature’. The embassy, being built in the Nine Elms area of London, is already the world’s costliest embassy - costs have spiraled upwards of $1 billion - a

Inside Kanye West's crumbling childhood home a year after community centre plans

Kanye West's childhood home in Chicago has been abandoned - a year after his charity bought the property to convert it into a children's community centre in memory of his late mum. The house in the South Side of Chicago is now littered with rubbish and drug paraphernalia. The modest wooden home was where Kanye spent his childhood living with his mum Donda West - who died in 2007. But the house is now a far cry from the community centre that was planned on the site to honour his late mother's
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Angelina built homes for Cambodia landmine victim and attended wedding

Saas Mean couldn't believe his luck. Before meeting Angelina Jolie, he was living in a makeshift chicken shed with other landmine victims and their families. Blinded, maimed and suffering horrific internal injuries, he'd been virtually left to die after stepping on a landmine in 1984. There was no care for people like Saas, who had been made a refugee during Cambodia's war ravaged years, at least until Jolie heard about the plight of landmine victims in 2000. The Oscar-winner helped transform
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This $500 million 'gigamansion' has a 20 bedrooms and five pools

It will be the most expensive mansion on the market in America and cost the potential buyer a staggering $500 million.'s exclusive aerial photos show off the half-built 'gigamansion' in Bel Air, Los Angeles, which has been under construction for the last three years and will break all real estate records when it is finally finished. The asking price is nearly four times what Beyoncé and Jay-Z are rumored to have recently paid for a $130 million luxury pad in the same celebrity-packed area.
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