Father Of Las Vegas Shooter Was On FBI’s Most Wanted List In The 60s


Father Of Las Vegas Shooter Was On FBI’s Most Wanted List In The 60s

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Published on Tuesday, 03 October 2017 15:43

The father of the perpetrator behind Sunday night’s gruesome massacre in Las Vegas was revealed to have been on the FBI’s 10 most-wanted fugitives in 1968 after the convicted felon escaped from a Texas prison in the same year.

According to CNN, Benjamin Paddock was sentenced to 20 years in the Federal Correction Facility in La Tuna, Texas after robbing the Valley National Bank in Phoenix, Arizona in 1960.

Paddock, who went by multiple aliases such as Perry Archer, Benjamin J. Butler, Leo Genstein and Big Daddy, attempted to run over police officers with his vehicle during his arrest.

NBC News reported that the now-deceased criminal was accused of stealing a cumulative

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