a reply to: abeverage
These photos of his body make no sense to me. Look at the window that he smashed out.
He smashed out the bottom, or at least, enough of the bottom portion to be able to shoot downwards, but he has those bipods on the rifles, as if he
were shooting in the prone position. I have videos of using the bump stock prone, so it's possible. But that curtain is blowing all over him if he's
prone. In this photo, you see his feet, and the curtain is being drawn in by the pressure differential. Whereas, in the first photo, it's hanging
out the window. In either case, can you imagine shooting from the 32nd floor, with that thing flapping over your prone head or in front of your
Now, if he's standing, what the heck does he need the bipods for? If he is standing, he would have to stand in front of the large curtain, that would
make firing out that window, rather precarious. There's no railing there, but he'd need to be within a foot or two of the edge of the building, in
order to stay in front of that curtain.
Now, if he's prone, shooting on the floor, how in heaven's name did the shell casing get 15' from the window? You see in this photo, the column.
Beside the column is the smashed window, obscured by the curtain. To the right of the window, is a chair. To the right of the chair, is a table.
His feet are beside the table and he's around 6 feet tall. In the gory, death photo of him, you can see shell casings and the pistol, well past his
head, a good 3 feet or so. So how are you shooting prone, or standing in front of a curtain, and shell casings are shooting 15' over your right
shoulder? And how can you shoot with those curtains unrestrained?
This crime scene is very contrived.