Gun facts suggest Hunter S. Thompson was murdered

If police reports are correct, gun experts have provided insight into the weapon used by Dr. Hunter S. Thompson in his alleged suicide suggesting that law enforcement authorities have ignored strong evidence that Thompson was murdered.

Police reports say that the pistol Hunter Thompson used to allegedly kill himself was found with six rounds in the magazine but none in the firing chamber. Experts quizzed by this reporter have pointed out that the Smith & Wesson 645 semi-automatic pistol does not have a "manual cycle," the feature in a gun which was cited by law enforcement in an article by Deborah Frazier and Jeff Kass, of the Rocky Mountain News on March 2, 2005, to explain how the Thompson pistol could have been found with six rounds in the clip (the magazine) but none in the chamber. The experts said that in every firing event, the S&W 645 will cycle a new round into the chamber as long as there are bullets in the clip.
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