The Aftermath Vegas Shooting

The Aftermath Vegas Shooting
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The Aftermath Vegas

Something had to happen with the whole world watching but will they go far enough to protect people’s life’s  or is it really just about the money? Two uniformed security guards ! Seriously is that enough to stop anyone planning a similar duck shoot from one of the mega hotels and casinos. Will the gun laws change after this mass murder even with Sherly Crow supporting the Pro Life movement. I doubt it very much as the American economy would suffer greatly if there was a

complete ban on selling firearms. After all the old adage of “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” is very true. I have been to Vegas with the mass crowds of people surfing like a tidal wave from one casino to another and then to the next like little party robots on a mission. I have been to the casinos in South Africa where I have waited in line to watch patrons in front of me empty their holster and place their handgun in a little plastic tub on a table before walking through an airport style metal detector. It was a chilling site in the first instance but then reassuring that no loaded weapons were in the building.

Will Vegas every go to the lengths of full size metal detectors and security on every entry and exit in Vegas ? I have never seen a news bulletin of a mass shooting in South Africa !

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A major Las Vegas casino has begun screening customers in the wake of Sunday’s massacre.

Two uniformed security guards and a police officer at the Wynn Las Vegas casino were scanning visitors with metal-detecting wands, at random, and checking bags.

It was the first hint of what could be a sea change in the casino and hotel industry, which has historically been loath to do anything that might unnerve customers.

“They didn’t want to inconvenience their customer base,” he said. “I’d rather go through the inconvenience and be checked, and know that when I sit down to play, I’m safe.”

On Sunday night, Stephen Paddock used rifles he brought into the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino to slaughter at least 58 people. Another 527 people were injured — some by gunfire and some in the ensuing chaos. He shot himself dead before cops could get to him.

 

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At Casino Hotels, Welcome for Guests Makes Security Difficult – New York Times

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/04/us/mandalay-bay-hotel-security.htmlAt Casino Hotels, Welcome for Guests Makes Security Difficult – New York Times Photo Law enforcement walked the casino floor at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Credit Eric Thayer for The New York Times LAS VEGAS — When Stephen Paddock pulled his car up to the wide circular driveway at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, a half-dozen bellboys and valets were likely to be there to help. When he walked past the two giant stone lions and through the glass doors into the lobby, greeters would probably have ushered him the roughly 50 steps to the wooden doors with frosted glass where high rollers check into the hotel. When he emerged and walked another 50 feet to the elevator bank, dozens if not hundreds of guests and employees may have passed him. Once on the 32nd floor, he would have walked down a long hallway to his suite, with its minibar, sofas and large bedroom. There, he would have started to unpack some of the 10 suitcases he brought to the hotel, containing the guns that he would use to commit mass murder.

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Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend denies prior knowledge of attack

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/10/04/las-vegas-shooters-girlfriend-denies-prior-knowledge-attack.htmlLas Vegas shooter’s girlfriend denies prior knowledge of attack close Vegas shooter’s girlfriend questioned amid search for motive Security analyst David Katz shares his take on the investigation. The girlfriend of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock said Wednesday that “it never occurred to me in any way whatsoever” that he was planning the massacre that killed 58 people and injured 489 others during a country music concert on the Strip. “I knew Stephen Paddock as a kind, caring, quiet man,” Marilou Danley said in a statement read by her attorney outside FBI headquarters in Los Angeles. “I loved him and hoped for a quiet future together with him. He never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood in any way to be a warning that something horrible like this was going to happen.” Danley was questioned by federal agents for much of Wednesday after returning from her native Philippines, where she had been for more than two weeks.

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Las Vegas shooting: Sheryl Crow: To be pro-life, support assault weapon ban

https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/nation-now/2017/10/04/sheryl-crow-assault-weapon-ban-pro-life/731337001/Las Vegas shooting: Sheryl Crow: To be pro-life, support assault weapon ban Sheryl Crow gives USA TODAY a few fun facts fans might not know about her. Andrew Nelles, The Tennessean – USA TODAY NETWORK Sheryl Crow performs at the Swan Ball 2017. On Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017, the singer joined the chorus of celebrities renewing calls for gun control legislation in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting on Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Joe Buglewicz, The Tennessean) 820 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 1 COMMENT EMAIL MORE NASHVILLE — Sheryl Crow has joined the chorus of celebrities and legislators renewing calls for gun control legislation in the wake of Sunday’s mass shooting, the most deadly in modern U.

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Las Vegas shooting analysis: Gun debate is about feelings, not facts

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2017/10/04/gun-culture/724571001/Las Vegas shooting analysis: Gun debate is about feelings, not facts From their hospital beds, survivors of the Las Vegas mass shooting describe being shot, heroes, and fighting to survive. USA TODAY Analysis: The divide is less about what guns do, and more about what guns mean. Americans own 42% of about 650 million civilian firearms worldwide, according to the Small Arms Survey. (Photo: Karen Bleier, AFP/Getty Images) CONNECT TWEET 14 LINKEDIN 80 COMMENT EMAIL MORE “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” — The Second Amendment The battle over guns has proven to be one of the most dangerous in America’s culture wars — and with the murder of 58 people in Las Vegas Sunday night, the debate over how to regulate them has begun again. The argument over gun control isn’t merely about safety.

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The first reports of the shooting

Started working in the Casino Industry in 1985, just never managed to leave as yet. Visited 99% of all UK Casinos, seen them all,

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