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Originally posted by jackinthebox
reply to post by FewWorldOrder
(By the way, after seeing pictures of the bat, it doesn't look like something you would find laying around in a school.)
Harry Bonnell, a San Diego pathologist who is an expert witness in court cases, said "it would be most unlikely that [Perry] was shooting from a lower position." Bonnell based his opinion on trajectory information that was provided to him over the telephone.
Dyer said Friday that "there's too many variables" to draw that conclusion.
Perry and Carrizales were on a ramp when the shooting occurred, and the angle of the ramp might have played a role in the trajectory, Dyer said. It's also possible that Perry was getting up when he fired his weapon, and that Carrizales -- who was about 6 feet, 2 inches tall -- could have been bending over him, Dyer said
they said they busted the student before with a 10" butchers knife concealed on his person