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‘American Horror Story’ Edited Mass Shooting Scene Airs … But the Gore’s Still Online

Producers for “American Horror Story” made good on their promise to edit a mass shooting scene for this week’s episode, but the carnage can still be seen online.

FX aired “Mid-Western Assassin” Tuesday, and you can see they significantly pared it down to avoid showing anyone actually getting shot. You mostly just hear the victims.

The decision to make major cuts to the shooting scene came on the heels of the Vegas mass shooting. However, viewers can still use FX’s video-on-demand feature to watch the unedited version of the scene … where at least 3 people are shot onscreen.

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As Las Vegas Investigation Continues, Mass Shooting Motive Still Elusive

Las Vegas police say they have found the car they had been looking for as part of the investigation into the deadly mass shooting that gunman Stephen Paddock launched from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel casino, killing at least 58 people and wounding hundreds more as they attended a country music concert.

Police said Thursday they found the Hyundai Tucson while executing a search warrant in Reno at the home Paddock shared with his girlfriend, Marilou Danley. It was not immediately clear, however, if authorities found the vehicle Thursday or earlier in the week.

A GoFundMe account for the victims and the families of the Las Vegas mass shooting has reached about $9.5 million in contributions and will likely grow into the tens of millions of dollars, according to Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak in a report in the Las Vegas Sun.

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Suspect’s Motive Still Unclear One Day After Mass Shooting At Las Vegas Festival

Paddock’s attack appeared to be premeditated, Lombardo said, citing the large number of weapons ― 23 total ― found in the gunman’s hotel room. This included five handguns, two shotguns and a “plethora of ammunition,” as well as a firearm with a possible “bump stock” modification that “enables a person to speed up ammunition,” Lombardo said.

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Las Vegas Mass Murderer Stephen Paddock Was Avid Gambler, But For Now Still a Question Mark

Police haven’t yet discovered the motive behind a retired, supposedly successful accountant’s decision to rain fury on an open-air country music concert in Las Vegas. But the public has learned that the deceased mass murderer with no criminal record loved gambling, and held an affinity for high-stakes video poker.

Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas mass killer

Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock was an avid gambler who led an otherwise seemingly normal lifestyle. (Image: mirror.co.uk)

As Las Vegas comes to grips with the largest mass shooting in US history, the national media and American people seek more information about the personal background and potential motive of Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old retiree living quietly in Mesquite, Nevada, a small casino town on the Nevada-Utah border. Police investigators are continuing to dig for clues about what might have spurred the massacre, and insist that much of the

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Marikana community still seeks justice 5 years after mass shooting

JOHANNESBURG – The Marikana community is still seeking justice five years after a mass shooting that stunned the nation.

A total of 44 people were killed, 34 of them at the hands of police during a violent unprotected strike at the Lonmin platinum mine in the North West.

Despite a commission of inquiry, no one has yet been prosecuted and the families of the victims and the injured miners have not yet been compensated by the government.

On 16 August 2012, after ten people had been killed, the then North West Police Commissioner Zukiswa Mbombo announced that the strike in Marikana must come to an end.

“Today we end this violence.”

Police officers attempted to disarm thousands of miners who had gathered on the infamous koppie, but their operation took a dramatic turn.

Five years on and no one has been prosecuted, families haven’t been compensated and living conditions in Marikana are only starting to

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After 20 years, the spectacle of the Versace murder still intrigues and baffles

An international fashion icon gunned down in broad daylight on Miami Beach’s most famous street. A flamboyant psychopath on a cross-country murder spree. A mammoth manhunt, marked by missed chances.

The slaying of Gianni Versace — on a postcard-perfect morning 20 years ago Saturday — was never a whodunnit. Within hours, police knew that a serial killer named Andrew Cunanan had pumped two bullets into the designer’s head at the entrance of his elegant seaside mansion, fatal wounds that stained the coral keystone front steps in red.

But the 24/7 search for the killer over nine days riveted and rattled South Florida more than any murder in the two decades since. It was a time before Twitter, but rumors and false sightings spread with social-media speed, particularly in gay dance clubs Cunanan was known to frequent.

He was here. He

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Why the Pulled Mass Shooting Episode of ‘The Carmichael Show’ Is Still Vital

Early on in its first season, The Carmichael Show quickly garnered a reputation for focusing episodes on “hot-button” issues. It’s a sitcom in the vein of Norman Lear: finding an important and much-debated topic and then distilling it down to 22-minute sitcom fare, all while in front of a roaring studio audience. Through gallows humor, The Carmichael Show can find laughs in everything from police brutality to Bill Cosby. The episodes aren’t really meant to provide answers, but to pose questions that allow the characters—and by extension, the viewers—to bring up multiple viewpoints. Some we agree with, some we don’t. You’re supposed to be entertained for the duration of the show, and you’re supposed to spend some time thinking about it afterward.

Now in its third season, The Carmichael Show has kept this up: it covered rape in its season premiere and

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Meet the Georgians Who Still Love Stalin (the Mass Murderer)

Survivor of Northside mass shooting: ‘I still have all 3 bullets in me’

Three bullets are still trapped inside Samaria Evan’s body. She was celebrating her best friend’s birthday in February when gunfire ripped through a Northside apartment.

She said the party was fun. No one was arguing. The shots came from outside.

“We all were so confused. We didn’t know where they were coming from, why they were coming,” Evans said. “It caught everybody off guard.”

Even after bullets struck her shoulders, ribs and side, the 18-year-old still didn’t know what was happening.

“Everybody said I was still laughing,” she said. “I didn’t realize I

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