The Way Things Work in Vegas . . . Part Two

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Feature Article by Vin Suprynowicz

(Our first installment ended with a lengthy excerpt from Tom Conley, a former civilian police captain, senior-level commissioned officer in the United States Navy Reserve, and certified U.S. Department of Defense counter-terrorism instructor, posted at the "Security" magazine Web site on Oct. 13 ( .)



Mr. Conley's analysis can hardly have been music to the ears of casino executives still waiting for the process servers to start showing up with "negligence and liability" filings following the infamous October First massacre of concert-goers by a gunman firing from his 32nd-floor suite, there.

Those lawsuits are coming, whether they're justified or not.

But if there was nothing to hide, presumably concerns coulf have been calmed by making wounde
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