Marilou Danley, the girlfriend of the now deceased Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock, has given testimony about the “strange” behavior Paddock had been showing.

Among them she says that “he would lie in bed, just moaning and screaming, ‘Oh my God.'”

Danley maintains that she knew nothing about Paddock’s plans to commit the massacre but had told investigators he had been exhibiting “mental health symptoms.” The details she’s managed to provide thus far go hand in hand with what investigators already believed about Paddock; that he may have had some sort of physical or mental anguish.

Be sure to show this to your liberal friends who insist he wasn’t mentally ill.

 

He had been prescribed Valium, a medication primarily used as an anti-anxiety medication. This was confirmed by state and federal investigators.

“I am devastated by the deaths and injuries that have occurred,” Danley said in a brief statement. “I knew Stephen Paddock as a kind, caring, quiet man. I loved him and hoped to have a quiet future with him. …

“He never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood as a warning that something horrible like this was going to happen,” she further commented.

Ultimately, investigators hope that Danley can provide further insight on Paddock on a number of things:

Whether Paddock, as some news organizations have reported, made a “dry run” the previous weekend when he rented rooms in a high-rise Las Vegas condo building overlooking the venue of another outdoor concert called the “Life is Beautiful” festival.

The suspect’s mass purchases of high-powered weapons in Utah, Nevada, Texas and California.

His finances and whether he was having money troubles.

His travels, especially the cruises he took. NBC News reported earlier that Princess Cruises and Holland America Line have already been contacted by law enforcement and are cooperating.

His gambling. Paddock was a high roller who gambled with at least $160,000 in recent weeks at several Las Vegas casinos.

And as for the $100,000 he had wired to her, she stated that it was intended for her and her family to purchase a house.

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