[Ed. – Autopsy performed on 6 October, and released on 9 Feb. Valium, but no alcohol or recreational narcotics. Americans aren’t crazy to feel like there’s a lot we’re not being told about this event.]
Autopsy records obtained Friday by the Review-Journal shed no new light on what might have contributed to Stephen Paddock’s motives for committing the Oct. 1 Las Vegas Strip massacre.
The autopsy, which included toxicology tests and a brain examination, found that Paddock had anti-anxiety medication in his system. It also confirmed what authorities had previously said — that Paddock died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head after he opened fire at an outdoor concert from his 32nd-floor Mandalay Bay suite, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds more. …
A separate examination of his brain done at Stanford University found no major abnormalities, including no evidence of Alzheimer’s disease.
Amounts of nordiazepam, oxazepan and temazepan, which are consistent with the anti-anxiety drug Valium, were found in his urine, a toxicology report shows.