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Message Subject New Update what Media is not telling us ! - Elisa Lam case - please, take a look at this! i feel this should not be ignored. thank you.
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Many pics of Cecil on this link, many interior pics. Creepy stuff. Black and Red theme of restaurant, and that zoo like people exhibit know as Style. Scrool down a ways to get to Cecil. [link to www.joeydevilla.com]
 Quoting: leonine

There's also a very interesting comment from a man who works for the managing company of the Cecil -

William Lanting November 3, 2008 at 5:20 pm

Well, shucks Joey. Thanks for the, er, kind words? My company manages the Cecil Hotel and, had you asked, I would have been happy to clear a few things up for you. First of all, we realize that the Cecil needs a renovation. In fact, we have plans drawn up to renovate the entire building and convert most of it into a mid-priced Best Western Hotel. We thought it was a great idea. The area would get a newly-renovated hotel to serve this rapidly gentrifying neighborhood and the almost-broke City of Los Angeles gets about a million bucks per year in increased occupancy taxes. A win-win situation, right? That’s when the City of Los Angeles stopped us dead in our tracks.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35007863

"“NO VISITORS ALLOWED UPSTAIRS,” the sign read in large letters. In smaller letters beneath it, it read “For your protection all guests please show key upon request — Management.”

This is to be expected in a hotel in a “recovering neighbourhood”. Usually these hotels have elevators that require you to use the keycard for your room to activate them. This sort of measure keeps the riff-raff out and discourages hooker booty calls. It’s not a sure indicator that the hotel is a hole;"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23794435

So obviously it was an "inside job" by a hotel employee or guest, since there has supposedly been security in place for key checks. Many guests in reviews commented that they felt OK in the area because of the security presence in the hotel.
Also, since there was no obvious cause of death, I would think she was drugged... was found nude in the tank, so where are the clothes she was seen in that day (black basketball shorts and t-shirt?)
Both of these could lead to WHY her, why now, whodunnit, etc.
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