Also, the inside of the car lights up, which is possible to imitate but the quality of the footage seems too shitty to do. Also, the sounds of the shots aren't captured by the camera as clearly as they should be, leading me to believe those are real too. But things are so possible to imitate now that who knows. But just watch that video and it just makes you take a second thought.
about time we got to see the end of that clip... just in the right place at the right time ..
I've seen shit like this, it's called acting. This was all planned, the lights you see aren't coming from that gun, it's all fake. It looked like the guy was using a .45 handgun, there's no way that he could have not killed them, I mean he jumps out and starts shooting, not knowing the people. This was fake, you can tell it was set up because they just HAPPEN to be at the exact spot where that shooting was, I mean that wasn't gang or anything pro, that was sloppy actor shit. I've had my fair share of actual shootings, and plus that's in like the UK, where everyone who has a camera tries to do some type of stunt to get famous.
thats not in the uk ¬_¬ epic fail there australian
No blood, no recoil, no shell casings.
Need I say more?
EXACTLY! and why the fuck is the back window broken, he shot via the passengers and drivers windows. not the back, and that collision was no where near hard enough to do that. and i love how the guy with the mic goes "FUCK!" really loud, but no one seems to notice him.. or the other 2 dudes one with a camera and the other there, yet those two dudes came from right behind them, if i was a gunman, i would be watching my mark, when they come out of the location i would have seen that damn camera, and taken care of it.
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