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Vegas gunman's girlfriend told investigators her fingerprints would probably be on ammo; and they were

LAS VEGAS_Her fingerprints were on the ammunition. Her casino players' card was found in his room. Investigators scoured her social media accounts and emails - one of which he, Stephen Paddock, had access to.

Marilou Danley may not have been present when Paddock unleashed a furious barrage of bullets down on a crowd of 20,000 at a Las Vegas country music festival, killing 58 people and wounding more than 500 others, but her links to his life seemed to be everywhere.

The facts about Danley were among the details revealed when

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