Editor’s Note: Something does not add up here…
Real life is not like the movies. People are surprisingly hard to kill. Bullets, even from an AR-15 “assault rifle” do not leave one person to kill others.
Currently the media has created a narrative. Omar Mateen acted alone when he shot up the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. This “lone wolf” killed over 50 people and maimed 53. That’s a casualty count of over 100.
Even at closed quarters, it takes several rounds to kill a person. People are terrible shots. People who are full of adrenaline and have been running are also terrible shots. Witness interviews also indicate that Mateen shot into the ceiling.
How many rounds of ammo did Mateen have, and would that number be enough to take out over 100 people?
To prove this to be true, here is what we would need:
- Firearms used (currently rumored to be an AR-15, plus a “handgun”)
- Each magazine used
- Casualty count (total dead and wounded)
- Ballistic report from each victim (how many rounds are in each victim)
- Pictures of entire structure with bullet holes counted
The firearms used and expended magazines would tell us how many bullets were fired into Pulse and the victims. We would also need to match the ballistic reports to the firearm used to ensure that no other firearm (and thus shooter) was responsible for the deaths of the victims.
@Cernovich Don’t forget ballistic report from each victim must match one of the two guns shooter used
— Alex Graham (@Mr_Alex_Graham) June 13, 2016
Why isn’t the media even asking for this basic evidence?
We’d need a count of all bullets found in Pulse to apply some math. Why? Let’s reason this out.
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Contributed by Mike Cernovich of Danger & Play.This post was originally published on this site