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1 posted on 02/21/2013 10:35:53 PM PST by BenLurkin
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We find no human remains that exceed the USDA regulated levels.


2 posted on 02/21/2013 10:37:39 PM PST by Jet Jaguar
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Now, if it had been two bodies, that would of been a different matter!


3 posted on 02/21/2013 10:39:25 PM PST by Revolting cat! (Bad things are wrong! Ice cream is delicious!)
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the downtown Cecil Hotel.

One of LA's finest no doubt.

4 posted on 02/21/2013 10:40:24 PM PST by Alaska Wolf (I)
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I was on a site last week when this gal’s sister posted a plea about her missing sister. She said the sister was in LA and had never missed a day of calling home, so she asked everyone to be on the lookout for her. Sad.


11 posted on 02/21/2013 11:11:06 PM PST by Cementjungle
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I posted a comment on this story but didn’t get a response. .... I’m trying to understand a technical issue with this story because something seems a bit weird beyond the finding of a body in a water tank. I’ve worked in a wide range of commercial office buildings and number of large hotels and on many occasions, had to go on to the roof of many of them to do some work on cooling towers or other components of HVAC systems. Admittedly, I don’t work on the water systems and none of my experiences involved Los Angeles. However, I don’t ever remember being on a roof that had an accessible tank that was used for potable water… never. For one thing, uncontrolled pollutants and insects could access it, in cold climes it would freeze and in warm climes it would get warm. There would be huge risks of legionnaire’s disease and moulds forming depending on the temperature etc etc. Yes, there needs to be a means of regulating building water pressures and flows…. But do they really do this for potable water through the use of tanks that are accessible? I would have thought that a sealed tank would have been used, no? If a Freeper here has some experience in this area, I would greatly appreciate being enlightened……


14 posted on 02/22/2013 4:33:09 AM PST by hecticskeptic
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