Criminal complaint against Douglas Haig
A man who sold ammunition to Stephen Paddock, the gunman who carried out the massacre in Las Vegas, has been charged with manufacturing armor-piercing bullets, according to court documents.
Charges filed against Douglas Haig in federal court Friday included conspiracy and manufacturing armor-piercing ammunition — some of the rounds were found inside the hotel room where Paddock staged his attack and had Haig’s fingerprints on them. The documents show Haig does not have a license to manufacture armor-piercing bullets.
Sources: U.S. District Court District of Nevada