Hard drive from laptop Las Vegas arrow disappeared

Hard drive from laptop Las Vegas arrow disappeared

The investigators found a hard drive in the notebook of Stephen Paddock — the arrow that killed 58 people in Las Vegas, and this has deprived investigators of a potentially key source of information about his motives.

According to ABC News, presumably, the Paddock removed the hard drive just before the shooting, but where it is unknown. According to investigators, the shooter also has purchased software designed to erase files from a hard drive, but it is unclear whether he used it.

Hard drive from laptop Las Vegas arrow disappeared

Police are studying every aspect of the life of the Paddock – travel, Finance, environment. 25 days after the Las Vegas tragedy they don’t know what prompted the man to commit the shooting.

Most often in the United States the arrow left of the message or manifestos explaining their actions, but this is not the case of the Paddock. But bridging the digital proof for arrow – a common practice.

In 2007, Cho Seung-Hui, who killed 32 people at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, removed the hard drive from your computer, is missing the phone and Cho. Police even searched a pond in search of devices but never found them.

In 2012, Adam Lanza, the shooter who mass murder in an elementary school, sandy hook, smashed the hard drive with a hammer.

We will remind, the brother of Las Vegas the shooter was arrested today for possession of child pornography.