NO! NO! NO! you are all wrong. First of all, an exit wound is NOT necessarily any larger than the entrance wound. While it is true that a MAJORITY of the time, the exit wound is bigger than the enter, it is not definite.
Second of all, there was no exit wound at all. Just an entrance wound. If there was, it would be in his face or forehead. You are a very ignorant and stupid person if you think that a bullet MUST exit the body. There is 1 clean shot of Bob's face.....no bullet wound. There is also the side view.....still, no bullet wound.
Third.....common sense. Look! the person who wrote this said "the exit wound is in the back" This is wrong, know why? Because you see him get shot in the back of the head. Simple as that. His head is forced down and forward if you want to get that into it. Also, Do you actually think that the special effects people would make that big of a mistake? although possible...probably not.
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Apparently "Bigcacomuffin" sat on the Warren commission.
A projectile makes an entrance wound approximately equal in size to itself. As it passes through whatever object is encountered, the projectile has a tendency to flatten out, especially if the material is mostly liquid, like flesh. This causes some of its energy to be directed outward, in a cone-like shape. Therefore the exit wound in this case is much larger than the projectile itself.
Simple physics, or you can hang out in an E.R. downtown some night and see for yourself. This is a slip-up, and a good catch.
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According to "Malleus", the exit wound is larger than the entrance wound. Well, in the movie, the larger wound is in the front of Bob's head, therefore making that the exit wound and an accurate depiction by the director and not a slip up.
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