What should Mandalay Bay do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfback20 View Post
    How can any of us know? We are not there investigating. Police were on him within 6 or 7 minutes, while he was still shooting. He shot a security guard through the door of his hotel and then police arrived almost immediately after that. If there was a second shooter, where did they go? Out the window?
    So you are 100% sure that all the victims were shot by the gunman in the hotel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    Nothing for a while, like years, till the investigation is over.
    Agree.

    Do nothing, shut it down, revisit it at a much later date.

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    Are there alarms on the windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    Agree.

    Do nothing, shut it down, revisit it at a much later date.
    Would you ever open that room back up after the investigation? I just can't see it myself. The hotel has nearly 4,000 rooms. It's one of the largest hotels in the country, shutting down a couple of rooms isn't going to effect their profit margin at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Are there alarms on the windows
    No idea. Oddly enough some people are trying to figure out how he got the window open...

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    So you are 100% sure that all the victims were shot by the gunman in the hotel?
    I'm not 100% sure of anything because I'm not there investigating. However, I'm confident if someone shot them from somewhere else, the FBI and LVMP will find out.

    I'm not a conspiracy guy. There are too many people that would have to keep it quiet if police were covering it up.

    Heck in this case already there have been leaked photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDEaston View Post
    Would you ever open that room back up after the investigation? I just can't see it myself. The hotel has nearly 4,000 rooms. It's one of the largest hotels in the country, shutting down a couple of rooms isn't going to effect their profit margin at all.
    I don't know what I would do.

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    You guys are nuts if you believe that room will never be rented out again. If that logic applied to the real estate market, most, of not all, older houses would be off-limits from being sold ever. Each one of them had somebody die in them, and a great many had people who died in unfortunate ways.

    Good example: The house my brother and I used to rent on 20th St. in Covington. We didn't know it at the time, but a big reason why the family who had lived there for so long got out in a hurry was because the patriarch went nuts and threatened his wife (ex-wife?), and Covington PD gunned him down on the front porch. Until a neighbor informed me what had happened, I never noticed the slugs still embedded in the front-porch bricks.

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    Move the hotel gym there. No one ever wants to go there anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    Nothing for a while, like years, till the investigation is over. I guess everyone assumes there was only one shooter?
    Sherrif said this morning that it is possible he had help. If that means another shooter I donít know. Probably means help setting it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue View Post
    You guys are nuts if you believe that room will never be rented out again. If that logic applied to the real estate market, most, of not all, older houses would be off-limits from being sold ever. Each one of them had somebody die in them, and a great many had people who died in unfortunate ways.

    Good example: The house my brother and I used to rent on 20th St. in Covington. We didn't know it at the time, but a big reason why the family who had lived there for so long got out in a hurry was because the patriarch went nuts and threatened his wife (ex-wife?), and Covington PD gunned him down on the front porch. Until a neighbor informed me what had happened, I never noticed the slugs still embedded in the front-porch bricks.
    Somebody dying on the site and the largest mass shooting in US history are two different things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue View Post
    You guys are nuts if you believe that room will never be rented out again. If that logic applied to the real estate market, most, of not all, older houses would be off-limits from being sold ever. Each one of them had somebody die in them, and a great many had people who died in unfortunate ways.

    Good example: The house my brother and I used to rent on 20th St. in Covington. We didn't know it at the time, but a big reason why the family who had lived there for so long got out in a hurry was because the patriarch went nuts and threatened his wife (ex-wife?), and Covington PD gunned him down on the front porch. Until a neighbor informed me what had happened, I never noticed the slugs still embedded in the front-porch bricks.
    So you thought they were still gonna use the elementary school in CT again, as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue View Post
    You guys are nuts if you believe that room will never be rented out again. If that logic applied to the real estate market, most, of not all, older houses would be off-limits from being sold ever. Each one of them had somebody die in them, and a great many had people who died in unfortunate ways.

    Good example: The house my brother and I used to rent on 20th St. in Covington. We didn't know it at the time, but a big reason why the family who had lived there for so long got out in a hurry was because the patriarch went nuts and threatened his wife (ex-wife?), and Covington PD gunned him down on the front porch. Until a neighbor informed me what had happened, I never noticed the slugs still embedded in the front-porch bricks.
    Many scenes of horrific crimes get bulldozed after the fact, especially when the land/property owner can afford the loss as they can in this case.

    Heck, when the shooting at the Amish school happened they tore that place apart within a week and it's been an empty pasture ever since.

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    Oddly enough, I think there are a lot of people who would want to stay in that room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoodfan View Post
    Oddly enough, I think there are a lot of people who would want to stay in that room.
    Yep. Lots of people are into really macabre stuff. I'm betting it would be booked nearly every day.

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