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w video shows officers huddled in a hallway,
ments before they stormed gunman Steven Paddock's hotel suite after the Las Vegas Massacre.>> Police, police, police.>> Entering the room of the deadliest mass shooter in US history, and finding high-power weapons and ammunition scattered on beds, the bar, and bath tub.
The video released Wednesday by the Las Vegas Police Department was recorded by two canine officers.>> Metro Police.>> Footage shows the moment one officer notices Paddock's own surveillance camera.>> Looks like it might be a camera of some sort.>> Inside the room, Paddock already dead, shooting himself, but the damage had been done.
Down below, the aftermath of a massacre that kill 58 people and left hundreds more injured. The never before seen footage was released under a court order after a judge sided with news organization seeking the release of the footage, which Las Vegas police opposed.>> We believe the release of the graphic footage would further traumatize a wounded community, for that we apologize.
>> The video is the publics' first look into how officers responded the night of the October shooting in part of a cash of evidence, including 911 calls, that will be released on a rolling basis.