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  • From ‘shots fired’ to all clear: 72 minutes of terror in Las Vegas

    The Los Angeles Times - 10/03/2017

    That initial confusion is common during mass shootings, said James Allen Fox, a Northeastern University criminologist. Locating a gunman is even more challenging when he is perched above the ground, in a building covered in blinding gold windows.

    “He was camouflaged,” Fox said. “It would be hard to find him at such a high profile.”

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