AP rounds would work as well. It would explain some of the sparks we saw. I think they "had" and escape plan.
From what I understand, people attending this march were encouraged to open carry. I think only the sibling of the coordinator actually did. From
that, I gather that they were going to slip into the crowd with their weapons as if everything was good. I don't think they anticipated being
Unless it's a patsy that was given some tactical training but not the full plan.
Also, there's other video that shows the same scene from a different angle, at ground level. To the right, which we can't see here, there are few cop
cars so the Tahoe may also be a cop car.
In the other video it looked like he snuck up behind a group of officers and ambushed and then retreated. One advanced on him and then he pulled his
maneuver circling back and executed him. It really kind of looked like a distraction.
Sorry, can't find the video but it aired on MSNBC.
Interview of the first video taker revealed the officer shot the suspect in the back and the suspect didn't flinch, turned around and shot the
officer. So armor on underneath and not phased by the pressure of the impact.
The way he moved in, he closed down the target, but he lets his muzzle point to the ground before he slices the pie. Anyone with training would know
the weapons always up and following your line of sight. He lets it drop for 2 or 3 seconds, which could have been enough time for the cop to shoot
before he even had his weapon raised, he doesn't go round the column with the weapon ready on his shoulder. I don't see much training or discipline
here. He could also have used the car as cover if the cop didn't know he was there, and opened up the angle without putting himself in the line of
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