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Sheriff won't answer questions about hotel's response as Vegas massacre unfolded

LAS VEGAS - Police have once again shifted their timeline of how the Oct. 1 massacre unfolded in Las Vegas, saying Friday that a hotel security guard was shot only moments before the gunman shot at a concert crowd - not six minutes before the attack began, as they had previously stated.

But investigators' latest account still

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