LVPD still don't know why "unremarkable man" killed 58 people and injured hundreds more in last October's attack.
Seven in 10 Americans back the move.
The documents also identified a second person of interest in the case.
Haig said that he no longer sells ammunition and that he doesn’t know “wacko” Stephen Paddock.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sheriff said on Friday that Paddock's finances could have been a motive for the mass shooting.
One couple’s harrowing ordeal didn’t end when the shooting stopped.
“Now that’s a long time for some people, but speaking for the FBI, that’s light speed," the agent told a Nevada newspaper.
"Vegas is as phony as a three dollar bill or as Obama's birth certificate," Jones said.
The suit alleges the concert promoters didn’t train workers on what to do in an emergency situation.
Nevada's law tells a lot about where his fortune could go.
Clark County Sheriff said there are a number of things they believe led to Stephen Paddock meticulously planning his attack, which was the largest mass shooting in recent U.S. history.
Bump stocks were used by Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock to kill 58 people before he committed suicide.
Lawmakers outraged by the protections for gun makers recently launched a new effort to repeal them.
Some attorneys say MGM's paid room for its security guard could result in him providing a version of the shooting timeline that is favorable to the company.
Social media has greatly widened the reach of conspiracy theorists, who have targeted national tragedies in the past