Fmr. FBI Assistant Director on Las Vegas Shooting

October 2, 2017
Updated 7mo ago
Chris Swecker, former Assistant Director at the FBI, gives Cheddar a briefing on the shooting in Las Vegas and details next steps in the investigation. As of Monday morning, over 50 people are dead and 400+ were injured after a 64-year-old man brought over 10 weapons to the 32nd floor of a hotel and opened fire on a music festival. Swecker says the FBI doesn't know what the shooter's motives are but believes the agency has ruled out international and domestic terrorism. The FBI will dig into the history of the suspect and track down where he got the weapons. He expects this to blow open the conversation on gun reform with the NRA.