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Old 01-20-2013, 05:49 AM   #10
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Default Re: Failed assassination attempt, Bulgarian party leader escapes death

The point is, even if it is not staged but real, then why on earth did the attacker take so much time?

Its common sense, when you are going to commit something of this sort in a public place, you have to act fast. The clown aimed the gun as if only to draw everyone's attention, but nothing further. He might have got a clean shot even two steps further back without coming within the senator's arm range.

Clearly, whether the attacker be an amateur with an agenda or set up by some external agent simply to prove a point; the man with the gun had all the time to pull the trigger.

It was a clean hit for anyone with a mission. Even Travis Bickle wouldn't miss.
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