Questions, sadness hang over Las Vegas weeks after massacre

It's been more than seven weeks since 58 people were brutally murdered at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, investigators seem no closer to knowing why Stephen Paddock fired hundreds of shots from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel into the crowd below. Watch the latest video at

"I want to put my trust in the FBI and whoever else is conducting the investigation but it's really hard, we don't have any pieces of the puzzle," said Jenn Gibson, one of the 22,000 people attending the country music festival that ended in gunfire the night of Oct. 1.

"I feel like we're forgotten," Gibson continued. "I know that I'm not alone in feeling like [this.] We just need more answers."

Like many of those who lived through the ordeal, Gibson is struggling to move on without knowing Paddock's motivation. Gibson managed to escape the gunfire but her close friend, 34-year old Carrie Barnette from Garden Grove, Calif. did not.

"I personally don't think we're ever going to be satisfied with the why," said John Sheahan, a former sergeant and SWAT team officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. "We're talking about someone who has never had a lot of friends, kept to himself, and had all the finances in the world to do what he was going to do."

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