Rep. Gowdy: 'Difficult to Believe That A Single Person Could Have Done This Without Detection'Chris Menahan
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Republican Rep Trey Gowdy said Monday on Fox News it's "difficult to believe" a single person could have carried out the massacre in Las Vegas without detection.
"It's an incredible level of premeditation that you don't ordinarily see," Gowdy said. "And it is difficult to believe that a single person could have done this without detection."
"And so, I hope that what comes out of this is people-- you know, lots of crime is prevented because a non-law enforcement officer says something. The weapons and whether or not it was altered to become fully automatic and the premeditation of picking a certain hotel room. I think we're going to find someone along the way was suspicious they should have turned that suspicion into a phone call to law enforcement. It's an incredible amount of premeditation to not go detected," Gowdy said.
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