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People visit a makeshift memorial for victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)

The security guard who confronted the Las Vegas gunman will break his silence on 'Ellen'



The security guard who confronted the man behind a recent mass shooting in Las Vegas will break his silence on the topic Wednesday, according to The Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The Journal on Tuesday reported that Jesus Campos, 25, will discuss the incident on “The Ellen Degeneres Show” the following afternoon.

Footage of the interview supplied to The Journal showed Campos seemingly acknowledging he will not revisit the Oct. 1 shooting after speaking with Degeneres.

“You’re talking about it now and then you’re not going to talk about it again, and I don’t blame you because why relive this over and over?” she asked.

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Campos nodded before thanking the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, the FBI, first responders, people who got called into hospitals and his community.

“Everything put pieces together on how everyone came together to help that night even in the darkest hour,” he said.

The Journal reported that Campos would appear with Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino maintenance worker Stephen Schuck on Wednesday’s broadcast.

Shuck was caught in initial gunfire during the shooting earlier this month before directing police to gunman Stephen Paddock’s room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay.

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Wednesday’s interview with Campos follows the security guard canceling interviews with ABC, CNN, CBS, Fox News and NBC last week.

Paddock shot Campos in the leg during what ultimately became the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

The gunman fired upon a nearby outdoor concert from his hotel room, killing at least 58 people and wounding at least 500 others.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has twice revised its timeline of the shooting since starting its probe of the incident, which ended when Paddock killed himself.

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