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Old 07-22-2010, 03:14 PM   #21
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Poor Benning took 3 bullets to the chest and landed falling backwards. This would lead one to believe he was shoot from the front.

What is the blood spray pattern on Benning and on the floor. Does this match with the victim standing and being shot from the front?

What is the pattern of the shots? Is it a tight group? Or is it more of a linear stitch like pattern?

What is the floor made of? Would empty shells make a sound falling from a height of 3 or 4 feet?

And obviously, is there anyone standing around with a smoking gun in their first?
Benny was shot from the front.

Benny took three .380 slugs to the chest.

No brass was heard, the floor is carpeted.

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I need to do a weapon count by sight. I am standing in a room with a killer, so obviously asking everyone to hand over their weapon isn't going to work.

If Benning took (3) .380 rounds to the chest, but only one round was heard, that is interesting.

Are all three rounds together in the chest? Or spaced out?

And what about blood patterns?
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I'd like to solve

Tango did it with the shotgun. If one shot was heard and three wounds he was the only one able to do it. A special Tango load three slug cartrige was used. No brass from any auto, had to be Tango
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PS - This is a great idea Benning. Very cool.
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I need to do a weapon count by sight. I am standing in a room with a killer, so obviously asking everyone to hand over their weapon isn't going to work.

If Benning took (3) .380 rounds to the chest, but only one round was heard, that is interesting.

Are all three rounds together in the chest? Or spaced out?

And what about the floor & blood patterns?
Three .380 rounds, 4" apart, you're warm.....
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Tango did it with the shotgun. If one shot was heard and three wounds he was the only one able to do it. A special Tango load three slug cartrige was used. No brass from any auto, had to be Tango
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Thank you thank you no autographs

Obviously I was the tool everyone was so happy left.
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Congratulations Jo! I was moving in a different direction so you I would have probably got myself disqualified... LOL


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