Source: Daily Mail
By: Gareth Davies
- Stephen Paddock, 64, killed 58 people and injured 527 more on Sunday
- ISIS, in what seems to be a desperate publicity stunt, claims he was their ‘soldier’
- New video criticizes President Donald Trump for ignoring their ‘serious’ warning
- But FBI officials rubbished the claims saying gunman had no terror links at all
In what appears to be a desperate publicity stunt, the terror group claimed the horrific acts of Stephen Paddock, 64, were down to them, saying they radicalised him months before he shot 58 people dead and injured 527 more on Sunday night. He then committed suicide.
FBI officials rubbished the claims, saying he had no affiliation to any terrorist organisations, but the Islamic extremists took to their propaganda news agencies to spread the word.