Jan Van Quirm wrote: Shooting through a closed door is more plausible if you're panicing that there's someone unknown to you in there that's all really - and whether or not you've got your legs on wouldn't you be pointing your gun up (legs off) or waist level (legs on), not down if you're shooting to wound/kill?
I agree, that If his legs were off (which is what he has stated)then he would be pointing the gun upwards, so why were the bullet holes in a downward trajectory?
If his legs were on, he wouldn't necessarily be pointing at waist level. Have you seen how tall he is? He also loves weapons, so could either be pointing the gun from eye level - just like in the cop shows - or else Reeva was cowering, and he was pointing downwards.
It has been established that one of the bullets hit her in her hip, so she may not have been able to stand. Another hit her fingers as she shielded herself with her hand raised.
Jan Van Quirm wrote:
Also aiming the gun downwards seems more likely if you're shooting the lock out I'd have thought - but of course in a confined space there'd be the ricochet effect anyway I suppose?
If you were shooting downwards and the bullet richocheted, then it would hit the floor and bounce upwards. The shots that killed Reeva were aimed downwards.
All very dodgy. In all the days of the court hearing, with Pistorious 'crying his eyes out', his eyes never once looked pink.
The whites of his eyes were clear and bright throughout. I wish I knew his secret. Whenever I've cried, my eyes have always looked puffy and red.
Going to my school was an education in itself. Which is not to be confused with actually getting an education (Schultz)