Investigative reporter and security and intelligence expert team up to expose a serious flaw in Mandalay Bay Security

It appears that anyone can take the service elevator at Mandalay Bay.

Not a guest? Not a problem! No Key? No Problem!

Need to get in without anyone even talking to you or asking for ID or anything? NO PROBLEM!

On January 25th, 2018, I decided to see how hard it would be to get inside the service elevators at Mandalay Bay without being a guest at the hotel. My goal was to enter Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, the same hotel Stephen Paddock was staying at the day of the Las Vegas Shooting, and take the service elevator to the 32nd floor with a duffel bag to see if Mandalay Bay and MGM Resorts had improved their security.

While there was security guarding the center core elevators in the hotel, no one seemed to be guarding the service elevators, you know, the same service elevators Stephen Paddock used to bring huge amounts of weapons and ammo up to his 32nd-floor suite. Along with Mike Turber, I was able to go up and down the service elevators multiple times at Mandalay Bay in clear sight of surveillance cameras. I came in contact with housekeeping and walked right past the employee security room and was not questioned or stopped.

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I repeated this several times to prove that 4 months after the worst mass shooting in US history, MGM Resorts, and Mandalay Bay have not made any efforts to secure their service elevators to prevent a future massacre from taking place, despite promises that they would do so.

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