Guitarbud 
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Re: “Two Keys owner: Bar not open after hours, doors not locked

Don't you love our country? Where everyone is free to speak their mind? I do, and I know you do, too. First of all, I am not making an argument. I'm just stating a fact about the lock on the door. And yes, I do think Two keys is being unfairly portrayed in the media because of some rogues. Second, it seems to me that an instruction to "lock the doors" would would be empty. The doors were already locked- , and had been locked for several hours, according to the owner, to kepp people from coming in. If it was impossible for anyone to leave through the locked doors, how did the original bettor "slip out without paying his debt?" Finally, Camera 3 at 6:09:17 does not show any bouncer type guarding the door to prevent anyone from leaving, nor do any of the cameras show a mad rush to the door. Kidnapping? Life in prison? I don't think so.

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Posted by Guitarbud on May 8, 2012 at 6:08 PM

Re: “Two Keys owner: Bar not open after hours, doors not locked

At 6:09:19, you see a guy turning the keyless thumb-latch on the single cylinder deadbolt. Deadbolts come in both double and single cylinder models. A double cylinder deadbolt requires a key to operate the deadbolt from either side of the door. A single cylinder deadbolt can be locked or unlocked from the outside with a key. It is operated on the inside by a thumb turn, and does not require a key. The door at Two Keys could have been opened by anyone, at anytime, from the inside.

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Posted by Guitarbud on May 7, 2012 at 11:04 AM
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