posted on Jul, 22 2012 @ 09:23 PM
As discussed in other threads on this, the majority of reports say they were fifteen minutes into the movie, so the person quoted in the OP was very
wrong about the movie having "just started".
Therefore nothing else that person states can be considered credible.
Secondly, he could have been acting alone, because it is VERY EASY to prop a fire exit door open, I should know, I spent over ten years in security
where the main entry for burglaries were fire exits, either forced open (very easy to do actually) or propped open by staff during the day.
If the door is a common push-bar door with bolts at the top and bottom, they are almost designed not to close completely once opened. The bolts
release to allow the door to close to the point of the frame, with the bolts preventing it from closing completely.
If this is a standard fire exit door all he would have needed to do is push the bar, walk out and allow the door to close back with the bolts holding
it open against the outside of the door frame.
This would not allow a lot of light through, it would look almost completely closed from the inside, and he could simply get back in whenever he
I think people are clutching at straws because they WANT to believe that he was not working alone, but unless we know details such as how long he was
outside, what he was wearing, how long it would have taken him to prepare etc, we cannot come to conclusions based on a door.
There is no doubt, in my opinion, that he did go out through that door, or someone did. People remember that specifically because it is a no-no, it's
considered bad behavior, it's something noteworthy.
We can't assume it was or wasn't him based on whether the door was held open by tape, a rock, or by the bolts. We need to know the timings of this,
and details such as what he was wearing, to know whether it was LIKELY he was acting alone or had assistance.