No. Except the getting wasted part I'm not basing it on "assumptions." I'm basing it on statements by eye witnesses, by herself and by tenants who live there and stated that those doors self-close. They don't stay open as she tried to lie and say. That's evidence. Not assumption. Evidence that is highly likely to be introduced at trial. And if she was exhausted she had an even higher duty of care when it came to her weapon. Finally, it is irrelevant that the victim in this case had marijuana in his apartment. Expect for the fact that the police used it to try to influence the public that somehow he was a bad guy who caused or deserved his own death. Looks like it worked.