The media is going to take the term SAR and run with it, which really isnít surprising if someone is not knowledgeable of the casino industry.
The shame is really on the casinoís for calling it a SAR when they use them so liberally to report non-criminal/AP activity.
What killed so many people are semi-automatic weapons and weapons that were modified, legally, to function in a manner closer to fully automatic with a guy able to perch himself on high ground and pick off a crowd.
But, we need a narrative so that we can take the attention off of gun laws, right? How can we accomplish that? I know, let's focus on the gambling, it did happen at a casino, after all.
It's difficult to defend your freedom to do things you enjoy when you care so little for the same rights of others.
What killed so many people was a crazy person, not guns. You don't get to blame an inanimate object in one sentence and then complain when others blame your inanimate object in the next.
IIRC this is the first time in history that a legally licensed automatic weapon has been used in a crime - going back to the 1930's.
that doesn't stop them from being illegally used often.
Consistently cashing out large tickets without having any play recorded on your card will get you an SAR. Had a friend in the phone card business that thought he could use slot machines to transform the $10s and $20s into $100 bills. The folks at Resorts World didn't appreciate it. Seems that drug dealers do the same thing.