posted on May, 28 2014 @ 10:43 AM
There is a loud, clear gunshot at 9:46:54 a.m. (almost seven minutes after the 'final' shot). In fact, from 9:46 - 9:47 there is a veritable shootout
audible in the 911 calls. Some shots are distant and faint--and obviously coming from multiple sources--but they're audible nonetheless.
Though Rick Thorne's 911 call had the final two minutes of audio chopped off before being released to the public--we know it's chopped, because the
CSP Final Report transcript transcribes conversation from it that happens during the missing two minutes--it still contains many of the late shots
that shouldn't be there. This call is most commonly found as "Newtown Call 7."
The audio expert hired by the CSP investigation in fact, Paul Ginsberg, duly noted the 9:46:54 shot.
This public folder contains the 911 calls, a guide to those calls, and other resources:
NPD officer Lenny Penna told 800 colleagues in Orlando that he heard a shot when his colleagues entered Room 10 in active shooter formation.
Personally, I feel a/the suspect was shot by police as they entered, and that that's the shot Penna heard. Penna's words were, "My first thought was
that one of our guys shot him." Could also have been a suicide shot, of course. But the time? 9:51:31 a.m. Right when police audio reflects
officers yelling, "CLEAR!" followed by "We've got one suspect down." Then, "CLEAR!" followed again by, "We have a suspect down."
Among other liberties taken, Atty Stephen Sedenksy has transcribed this as "WHERE?" You can listen to the audio for yourself.
28-5-2014 by Zephyranth because: added info