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Autopsy shows anti-anxiety drug in Vegas shooter

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The autopsy report of the Las Vegas shooter shows he was using an anti-anxiety drug but does not contain additional clues about his motive for killing 58 people and wounding hundreds of others.

Stephen Paddock’s autopsy, obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, found that he was overweight, that his teeth were in poor condition, and that he had hemorrhoids. The autopsy did not make any mention of alcohol in his system, and cited a report from Stanford University that noted a portion of Paddock’s brain had an abnormality, but didn’t say whether that could contribute to violent behavior.

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