Originally Posted by alsaqr
The trooper says police found over 150 empty cartridge cases at the scene.
I should think so ... being that it was reported that all the victims had between 3 to 11 wounds, the law of averages would equate that to 7 wounds per victim or 182 wounds.
I'd like to know EXACTLY
how many rounds were fired
I find it HIGHLY
suspicious that the shooter ... who had no formal training, or any training of any kind that can be determined ... could kill 26 victims in the reported 10 minute time frame it took without 1 single missed shot? no FTF's? no FTE's? and not 1 child being able to flee a classroom while the shooter took time to reload ... at least 6 times?
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With all that has been reported and all that is known ... this story sounds like one the greatest displays of rifle marksmanship in the history or rifles
I'm not contesting that the tragic event happened, nor am I contesting the horrible loss of the lives of those children and adults. But the official story wreaks with inconsistencies and fallacy!!!