BREAKING: FBI JUST ARRESTED VEGAS SHOOTER’S BROTHER

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

The brother of Stephen Paddock has been arrested by authorities.

To refresh your memories, Paddock was the man authorities say was responsible for the worst mass shooting in American history, when he gunned down 58 innocent concertgoers last month outside of the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino. While it’s unrelated to the shooting, Bruce Paddock was arrested for an utterly abhorrent crime – child porn.

From TMZ:

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Bruce Paddock was taken into custody moments ago in North Hollywood, CA at an assisted living home.

Law enforcement sources tell us … cops were tipped that there was child porn on his computer and they got a search warrant. Our sources say the investigation began before his brother, Stephen, shot up the Vegas music festival earlier this month.

Our sources say before the shooting cops were trying to locate Bruce without success, but after his brother committed his heinous act a tip came in Bruce was living at an assisted living facility.

TMZ also reported that when they searched Paddock’s computer, they confirmed he did have child pornography on it. He was arrested by a joint task force that included the FBI and the LAPD.

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According to KTLA, a former friend of Bruce Paddock’s claims that the brother of the now-infamous murderer had threatened to kill him as well. Although it’s unclear if any charges stemmed from the alleged threats.

Apparently, sickening behavior runs in the family with these people. Let’s just hope the last brother, Eric, doesn’t share the same mental deficiencies.

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