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Hancock - Curving Bullet; Misinformed Anchor
I know there's already other bloopers posted
about when Hancock got shot but nobody said
anything about these two key factors so I will.
When Hancock got shot in the liquor store,
you clearly see the robber shoot Hancock
in the middle of his chest. When Hancock
realizes he was shot, he's bleeding from
his lower left and right side. -blooper one.
(The robber shot once and he has to gunshot wounds.) yes, I know that last part was already posted. I'm not trying to take credit for the
two gunshot wounds, just the placement of the
shot.
Also, when Ray first hears about Hancock through
the news anchor on the tv, the news anchor says
'multiple' gunshot wounds. He should only have
one gunshot wound. They didn't slip-up once, but
twice about the two gunshot wounds part.
-blooper two.
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Dan Smith - 856, NJ on 11-15-2009
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Comments:
nomad762 writes:
You can't "clearly" see where the gunman shoots Hancock. True, he aimed center mass (chest) but very easily could have missed. The fact that he shot through glass definitely could deflect the bullet, hitting Hancock in the abdomen rather than chest. The two bullet wounds is definitely a slip up. As for the reporter, it's not all that uncommon for initial reports to be inaccurate on the details. Reporters many times report "multiple gunshot wounds" when in fact only one wound is present. As such, I don't think that part is a slip up.
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