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originally posted by: andrew778
a reply to: carewemust
I believe its owned by MGM but I'm not 100% sure
originally posted by: hartbeat
"Mandalay Bay staffers didn't call cops until he opened fire on concert-goers - despite being made aware a security guard had been shot on the 32nd floor".
Quote from www.dailymail.co.uk...
Can't Mandalay Bay/MGM be held liable because they knew Campos was shot and didn't call police immediately?
The six minutes that passed between the hallway shooting and the start of the shooting into the crowd wouldn't have been enough time for officers to stop the attack, said Ron Hosko, a former FBI assistant director who has worked on SWAT teams.
although there is no evidence that he actually fired a weapon.
originally posted by: EternalShadow
originally posted by: diggindirt
a reply to: EternalShadow
Now, if the evidence in this case is declared to be classified due to national security issues---I'll put on my tin foil hat.
Excellent point there because his employment record includes working for Lockheed Martin and his actual job there has yet to be disclosed. A possible, convenient fill in the blank escape clause for the defense.
Considering the company has, and continues to do classified work and projects, the defense may use that as a way to seal the court records in their entirety under the guise of national security.
Plausible, and highly probable that may transpire.
I'm going to go ahead and start my Reynolds Wrap origami now to lessen the "sticker shock".
originally posted by: pheonix358
The Fourth Amendment prevents searches of luggage without warrant. That clears the Hotel.