by Scott Creighton
“RB” written on the wall in blood. Does “RB” stand for “race baiting” perhaps?
UPDATE: As expected, the assault on “open carry’ laws has begun as well.
“This is the first time — but a very concrete time — that I think a law can hurt citizens, police and not protect them,” Dallas mayor
Someone (Chads Diebold) posted a link for me on my Twitter account showing that scene shot from above (as they always seem to have someone with a camera filming the action in these things) where the officer in Dallas is supposedly gunned down by the assailant conveniently right next to his car, or his mom’s car, which has it’s flashers on.
(Don’t forget… the official story has changed once again from 2 sniper teams (the three other people arrested that night carrying rifles have been released) to one sniper to no snipers and back to one sniper driving from perch to perch in order to fool us into thinking there were two snipers. That final story comes to us from Police Chief Brown: “Police also found a journal in which the Army veteran detailed tactical movements, including one called “shoot and move,” which is meant to create confusion about the number and location of gunmen,”. This addition to the story answers the bothersome question of how two sniper teams firing from two different elevated positions can become one Lone Gunman)
“It looked like we had more than one shooter and they were triangulating on our officers from different positions,””When you look at the shoot-and-move tactics, the abilities he had because of the structure of the building, the journal buttresses the theory that the man acted alone,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins
“Two men who were armed and a woman who was with them were detained, fueling an early, errant theory by the police that there was more than one gunman.” New York Times
(Please keep in mind, the two armed men were seen leaving the scene of the shooting in a black sports car and the woman arrested was supposedly picked up in the same garage where the shooter was eventually cornered)
This video Chads left for me shows the scene in slow-motion. What is interesting are the sparks generated by the bullet strikes on the sidewalk, columns and walls. Bullet’s don’t typically generate sparks when they hit concrete. That’s a generalization of course, but for the most part, they don’t. Things like the composition of the concrete and the exact rounds used come into play, but generally speaking, they don’t look like what we see in that video below.
Keep in mind when you watch the video of the Dallas shooting… the rounds fired by both the assailant and the officer create sparks on both the sidewalk and the wall of the building. Two different types of ammo, two different guns, two different materials being hit… but the exact same sparking results.
I am posting below his video a couple of Youtube videos which show an AK hitting a concrete wall and an AR-15 hitting a concrete wall.
Take a look and see what you think. Keep in mind, another thing that come into play is the angle of attack of the bullet striking the surface. The videos below show various types of rifle rounds striking a block wall, but they all do so at a 90 deg angle, or straight into the block. Only a couple shots during the gunfight scene would qualify as being fired straight into the wall (a couple at the end of video)
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