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Anonymous donor wants to prevent sale of Stephen Paddock's guns

Posted at 8:50 AM, Jan 28, 2019

An anonymous donor wants to make sure that the guns used during the 1 October mass shooting are destroyed.

According to CNN, $62,000 has been placed into holding until a judge decides whether or not the guns can be sold or destroyed.

RELATED: What should happen to Stephen Paddock's guns?

The donor first reached out to the New York Times and they put the donor in touch with the administrator for the estate.

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Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured hundreds of people during a country music festival on Oct. 1, 2017. He was found deceased in a suite at Mandalay Bay following the shooting.