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Did Brad Pitt Just Dodge a Brandon Lee Scenario?

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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:22 AM
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that made my day better. thank you




posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:34 AM
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Potentially career destroying for Brad. If he was the one to be 'using' the guns, he could have taken someone or a couple of people out before realising that he had just killed people. Of course it would be an accident (unless he REALLY hated those characters - i jest), but that could be something that he would never get over. He may never want to act again after that.
I have to say, someone else mentioned it, a full SWAT team appearing does scream "tip off!" Be interesting to see what game is being played here...



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 07:19 AM
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probably the main reason they sent the swat team is that they are trained in firearms so can tell if its capable of fire live ammo or not and have the secure storage while the paper work is done and a few bribes issued to get the film back on track

could of been lethal if the actors are told "oh its safe they're all safely de-activated so just try and spray those 50 actors dressed as zombies"



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 07:38 AM
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BadNinja: why your rant on the german postal system ?

The whole incident here took place in Budapest, Hungary !

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This whole story smell very fishy; imagine the same story happening in the US, with a let's say Mexican (could be any other foreign) Film crew, importing 85 AK's for "film props". What would be the outcome of this ?



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 02:12 PM
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This is very simple.whoever loaded the weapons ready for use. one would assume would be a trained munitions armorer, assigned to the filming. They would not let just any old 85 year old woman doing props as a hobby load weapons ready for filming. So anyone doing this job would know a 7.62 from a 5.56 etc.

So whoever loaded the weapons KNEW, HAD TO KNOW that it was LIVE ammunition being loaded. Not blanks. es they do not even look similar.

One is a folded metal cartridge. the other has a nasty pointy bullet thing in the end of it!!

it really is quite simple, even 13 year old in army cadet forces can tell the difference!!




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