posted on Jan, 25 2014 @ 11:08 PM
reply to post by therealguyfawkes
Its nothing like iraq. If you told them what to expect and that was "you won't be shot back and all your targets will be close defenseless and huddled
together ten feet away and you only need 60 percent accuracy." I guarantee a lot of that stress would fade because a.) no danger and b.) even if there
were he was suicidal.
They dont understand this guy wasnt mentally in the same place as them. He was detached and likely had no fear as he was going to off himself and his
targets were defenseless and in close quarters. Those marines are full of it if they aren't considering these factors.
He had planned and researched this forever. He even researched how to shoot himself.
This was cold and calculated and executed by an emotionless guy. All those things they try to use to explain it away dont apply. Adam Lanzas
dysfunction and the closeness and defenseless status of the kids would make it more like target shooting to the average person. So I still suggest you
They said the kids were packed like sardines and he shot 15 kids three times each with 80 rounds. That puts his accuracy closer to 50 or 60 percent
thats actually horrible for how close. Likely he was just spraying the bullets.
edit on 25-1-2014 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)