All 9 Injured Bystanders Shot by Police in Empire State Incident

The shooting was a rare example of the drawbacks posed by so-called hollow-point bullets, which have become standard issue for many law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, as a replacement for traditional bullets that can pass right through a suspect.
August 27, 2012

The shooting was a rare example of the drawbacks posed by so-called hollow-point bullets, which have become standard issue for many law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, as a replacement for traditional bullets that can pass right through a suspect.

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