lol Old uncle flabby ass isn't even smart enough to realize that some people actually watch the court proceedings. He thinks that we all sit back and wait for him to tell us what is going on. Old flabby ass has made such a fool of himself on here so many times with the crap he spews he still can't even comprehend that no one has believed a word he's said since the first bullcrap lie he posted on here years ago.<quoted text>I don't have to go back and look. If I recall correctly, what I said was, that was how I'd imagined it may have happened, that being that it might have been at some sort of angle. I did find that report interesting and I don't believe medical professionals going around making stuff up.Either way, it still doesn't matter to me where he shot him at or at what angle. I have fought enough on the ground myself to know that usually there is movement while a fight or tussle is ongoing. And I would not find it odd or strange if George somehow did shoot him straight into his chest. I do not know where he drew his gun from either, which really doesn't matter to me. I know strange, odd, or even miraculous things can happen.
And I wasn't there so I cannot know. I don't know how fast they were separated immediately after the shot. No one does except George. I don't know if they were perfectly evenly one on top of the other or if they were thrashing around with one off center or not.
And I have no way of knowing whether George is being deceptive or truthful. I will not impart my imaginings on what may or may not have occurred.
Personally UT, I do not have a dog in this fight. I think it was tragic and sad that a life was lost.
My main foci has been on what this case is about, And it is about self defense and whether or not George felt fear for bodily injury or imminent death. That's what it is about. That's what it has come down to. Just that. And whether or not the prosecution can prove he was NOT in fear for harm or death.
I do appreciate how you put him in his place, tho. Great job!