They said Danley is a good person.
Marilou was confirmed to be out of the country when he carried out the killings, but is set to return to the United States shortly.
Jose Baggett, 31, a Las Vegas resident, said he and a friend were in the lobby of the Luxor hotel-casino – directly north of the festival – when people began running.
Police do not believe Marilou Danley, a former cocktail waitress and Australian citizen, was involved in the attacks, but want to speak to her now that she has returned to the U.S., The Telegraph reported. “This poor lady, she was in the Philippines visiting family”.
Commenting on his brother possibly wiring $100,000 to a bank account in the Philippines, he said it would have been for Marilou’s future. Being in the Philippines was either a coincidence (or Paddock simply waited for her to leave before carrying out his big plan) or a way of establishing an alibi in order to avoid being connected to the case. It was not immediately clear when the money was transferred.
“She started messing with another lady and told us that we were all going to die tonight”, a concertgoer told News 3 Las Vegas.
Wednesday, more faces and names of those 59 innocent lives lost in the massacre revealed, as the more than 530 injured continue to recover.
“We have no investigative information or background associated with this individual that is derogatory”, he added.
The woman added,”Of all the people that they have interviewed.no one can put the puzzles together – no one – except Marilou, because Steve is not here to talk anymore”.
Marilou Danley flew out of Manila’s global airport on Tuesday night for Los Angeles, immigration bureau spokeswoman Maria Antoinette Mangrobang told AFP. His 30-year-old nephew says he’s as shocked as anybody at what his uncle did in Las Vegas.
Police had called her a “person of interest” but she is not thought to be under arrest.
Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, a convicted bank robber and con man described in a wanted poster as “psychopathic” with suicidal tendencies, had escaped from prison in 1969, earning him a spot on the FBI’s list of most-sought-after and unsafe criminals.