Debunked: Texas Shooting “Casings don’t line up” theory – AR-15 ejects casings 6 feet to the right

This video claims the shell casings found at Sutherland don’t line up with shots fired through the door and window. That’s because AR-15s eject casings at least 6 feet to the right, according to the many shooters’ comments here:

Carbine Brass Ejection Distance? – AR15.COM

The videographer also shows fuzzy photos, claiming there are no bullet holes — which can’t be seen in fuzzy photos. Sharp, closer photos show numerous bullet holes:

PHOTOS: Many Bullet Holes in Sutherland Baptist Church

PHOTOS: AR-15 Bullet Holes are Tiny – Compare to a Penny – Not easily seen from a distance

 

PHOTOS: Many Bullet Holes in Sutherland Baptist Church

Many are saying they don’t see any bullet holes in the church. The only damage seen in most photos is the large hole in the window. That’s because AR-15 rounds are tiny, as shown here.

Related: Photos: AR-15 Bullet Holes are Tiny – Compare to Penny & Quarter

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Small, black, AR-15 holes marked by green ~1-inch round markers:

PHOTO: Bullet holes scar the front door of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs on Nov. 7, 2017 in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
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