On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of more than 20,000 concertgoers from his hotel room at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. In a matter of minutes, Paddock killed 58 people and wounded more than 400. It was the largest mass shooting in the history of the United States. Yet, just a couple of years later, Vegas seems to have forgotten it completely. Needless to say, mass shootings are not good for business and it didn’t take long for the Vegas money machine to get to work making this one disappear. In the aftermath of re-marketing Las Vegas as a safe destination for tourists, many questionable practices were put into place-one of the most shocking being filing a lawsuit against the victims of this devastating tragedy. On top of that, despite the popular #VegasStrong movement and nationwide fund-raising, there’s still a huge question of where all that money went. An enthralling documentary about the dark side of the Las Vegas economy, Money Machine exposes Sin City’s …
User Reviews: Because there are room for a deepploughing 10 episode crime tv-.series of doumentary stuff in here. but one thing for sure, yet another example it is, how voulnerable you are in open spaces in the usa (or britain or even norway if at a political summer camp). give the victims a real comprehensive amount of damage compensation payment, and do the lock out on the vouchers that has let this aftermath become as it has.
productionwise its touching many aspects of the happening, but it could have gone deeper on the individual vouchers in clark county , city of las vegas, and the state of nevada. the grumpy old man recommends a look, and my advice is…always plan an emergency route out of the venue when attending large crowds or concerts, it will happen again im afraid