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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirimoya View Post
    Maybe because employees were being negligent by allowing underage children into cabañas.
    How would they know?

    I'm guessing minor children (girls) are still an vital part of the success of cabanas.

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    20/21/22 yr old boys can easily date 16/17 yr old girls...

    and having a car !!!???
    What an advantage !!... panty remover !!!

    For sure they were all living it up w/ the music booming and the cabana garage door closed.

    The cocaine (?) if true might even speed up the death process of the CO2

    All just too sad but ---

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomzx11 View Post
    cocaine and co. killed them.
    Why on earth the cops arrest the cabana employees in this one is just foolish.
    I know its DR cop style to arrest everybody as if that helps in understanding what happened.
    Despite what some choose to utilize cabañas for, ILLEGAL activity is NOT permitted, and employees and owners CAN and WILL be held responsible for such activities if committed on the premises, as was the case in this situation. Nothing new here.

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    I thought law states garages of cabanas had to be ventilated. The cabanas we frequent leave a foot above and below the garage door for ventilation when fully closed.
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    ITS ALSO THE LAW TO WEAR A HELMET

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    Wouldn't you think the exhaust would rise up rather down to go under the doors ?

    I would.
    Hot air rises ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    Wouldn't you think the exhaust would rise up rather down to go under the doors ?

    I would.
    Hot air rises ????
    CO is slightly lighter than air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caonabo View Post
    Despite what some choose to utilize cabañas for, ILLEGAL activity is NOT permitted, and employees and owners CAN and WILL be held responsible for such activities if committed on the premises, as was the case in this situation. Nothing new here.
    I though the way Cabanas worked was you drove inside the gates, found an up garage door, pulled into the garage, closed the door and started the party.
    The employees would not know who is there, that is the idea. Its anonymous.
    No cabana expert but that is how it has worked for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomzx11 View Post
    I though the way Cabanas worked was you drove inside the gates, found an up garage door, pulled into the garage, closed the door and started the party.
    The employees would not know who is there, that is the idea. Its anonymous.
    No cabana expert but that is how it has worked for me.
    This is EXACTLY how they work. But some people with zero knowledge or experience have to post BS..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caonabo View Post
    Despite what some choose to utilize cabañas for, ILLEGAL activity is NOT permitted, and employees and owners CAN and WILL be held responsible for such activities if committed on the premises, as was the case in this situation. Nothing new here.
    ...if illegal activity could put cabanas out of business....there would be very few left.....

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