A broker, a janitor and a secretary are expertly shot on a Miami shopping street, a fourth person in a passing-by buss with untraceable plastic-coated bullets. They aren't relevantly linked, but the team works out the sniper's position and from particles there correctly constructs his USMC-champion-MO and secret 'target-range', which ultimately yields a chilling 'motive'. Written by
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When Calliegh states that the sniper was likely Marine Corps trained and they were among the best in the world, it is not an exaggeration, as Marine Corps trained snipers routinely win or place in the top five of many of the most rigorous/challenging sniper competitions in the world. See more
During the part where Calleigh is testing the ballistics of the bullets, the rounds are shown and labeled "28 GRAIN", "21 GRAIN", "14 GRAIN", and "7 GRAIN". Those bullet weights in the .223 Remington caliber do not exist. Those are too light. Real .223 Remington bullets weigh no less than 40 grains. See more
So, how do three people get shot in broad daylight on a busy street and nobody sees anything?