posted on Oct, 12 2017 @ 07:45 PM
We've all probably seen Oceans 11 (and sequels) and even if the casino's don't have the level of security seen in the movies, I'm sure that they
have on-site security teams, a full armory, and emergency protocols between the MGM Grand and Mandalay bay (and possibly Luxor) should any of the
casino's come under attack, robbery, hostages, etc. If someone were to attack the "count room" or their vault, I would think that there would be
an armed response from the internal security of any of these casino's.
So what I want to know is why wasn't their armed quick response team triggered to take care of automatic gun fire within their building? From what
I have seen, not ONE casino/hotel activated any armed response TEAM. They may have had some armed security guards running around, but not what is
expected from these establishments. I've seen armored trucks that have $1-$2 million that have security guards armed more than those at the
The fact that the act was allowed to continue seems to indicate that the casino's knew more about what was going on. They were either told to stand
down long before this initiated or is it possible that they were kept in place guarding the count rooms as they thought the other shootings were a
I'm wondering if there was some kind of "Oceans 11" type heist planned at the same time to target the casino's while this shooting was happening
and the REAL security was left in place to guard the count rooms.
It seems that the victims have a strong case for a lawsuit of negligence against the casino/hotel. Many of these hotels basically help people hostage
during and after the event and would not permit people to leave, moved everyone from the casino floor (as per statements from people at the Belagio,
Tropacana and I think Mandalay). The hotels are allowed to inform people of a threat and close parts of their property, but they are NOT allowed to
lock them into their property and not allow them to leave, especially for hours after the incident had been contained.
The more that is revealed, the more we see that people are acting very strange on all sides of this event - citizens, hotel employees, police (local
and fed), etc. That video of the 6-7 man armed team going through the casino floor pointing guns at customers (telling them to put their hands up) is