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originally posted by: hombero
a reply to: gabewalker
I find you are probably correct... But isn't this an elementary detail that anybody staging the scene would be able to get right? Why would they leave the gun in an unlikely place, and release photos, potentially ruining the whole OS?
originally posted by: trollz
originally posted by: RickyD
All new to me and as the article says...one more piece to the puzzle. One thing did stand out. If there was really 200 rounds they found and counted them all really fast...or is that an estimate?
I'm sure they did count each and every casing and bullet hole, that's the job of the investigators. But regardless - 150, 200, 300, it's still a significant amount of rounds to fire into the hallway. What was he even shooting at?
According to the stories coming out, Paddock had very detailed calculations regarding bullet trajectory and distance and whatnot. It doesn't make much sense that someone that meticulous would just blindly fire 200 rounds into an empty hallway.