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Vegas gunman targeted cops responding to his shooting, investigation shows

LAS VEGAS - Police have once again shifted their timeline of how the Oct. 1 massacre unfolded in Las Vegas, saying Friday that a hotel security guard was shot only moments before the gunman shot at a concert crowd - not six minutes before the attack began, as they had previously stated.

But investigators' latest account still does not resolve questions over why it took police 12 minutes to find the gunman's hotel room when officers were already inside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino when the attack began. Nor does the latest account answer why officers searched other

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