It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
originally posted by: freedom12
This argument originates from the Sandy Hook Hoax Facebook page.
The same folks that falsified an email from a clothing company in an effort to make a claim about a sweatband inside Adam Lanza's hat a few weeks back.
originally posted by: samkent
It's clear that the OP doesn't know anything about guns or glass.
originally posted by: SMOKINGGUN2012
a reply to: gunblaize
Follow that link to pictures 482 and 483.....
Those are pictures of the top of his hat showing a bullet hole with blood and hair. To me that looks like a shot to the chin and exit the top of his head near his forehead. Where is the info that he took a shot from the back of the head?
originally posted by: TheMainEvent
I've never seen the picture of Lanza's gun with the hair stuck in the sight. Don't know why but they're kinda creepy.
I'm no expert on firearms but how does one shoot himself in the back of the head ? People tell me I have long arms and I can't even make that shot.
originally posted by: Sunwolf
originally posted by: Snarl
No telling. The 5.56 is an incredibly powerful cartridge even if the bullet weight isn't much to speak of. I would expect someone considered the fragmentation effects ... but maybe the entry location just didn't get as much attention as the main event.
Did you notice the label below the hole in the magazine rack? Was that finger-print powder applied by an over zealous detective during the forensic examination (remember it's been labeled)?
The 5.56 is an incredibly powerful cartridge?You have got to be kidding!Strange as how I can`t get the 5.56 to penetrate auto windshield reliably,yet a 30-06 will go through the glass through the entire interior and through the gas tank and into the ground.Incredibly powerful?Geez!