The weapons used to carry out the Las Vegas Massacre in 2017 may soon be sold to raise money for the families who lost loved ones in the event.
The Las Vegas Massacre gunman, Stephen Paddock, left behind 50 guns and 40 firearm accessories, including scopes and rifle cases, that a special administrator, appointed by a state court judge, determined is worth about $62,340, according to the New York Times.
Many of those firearms and components were found in the hotel room where Paddock was positioned when he shot down at the outdoor concert, killing 58. The rest were found at his two homes in Nevada.
“The money that would come from selling the guns is not a huge amount, but it would help to make a difference in people’s lives,” said Alice Denton, the lawyer for the special administrator in the estate case.
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