Here is research on the number of people who were shot two or three
times at the Las Vegas concert.
A simple internet search shows 15 people shot two or more times. It
is unlikely someone firing a bump fire weapon in the dark at moving
targets 400 yards away could hit a man sized target twice.
Statistically, if we set the probably of a person in the crowd being
hit once at 100%, and hit the second time at, say, 1/600, (600 being
the number of people killed or wounded) then the chances of 15
people being shot more than once could be 2.1 x 10 -42. That is
about 1 out of 4.7 with 41 zeros. ( (1/600) ^15)
A statistics expert could do a better job with this.
In their zeal to draw attention to the gun, the news media have put
the lie to the lone nut shooter theory by describing so many people
shot more than once.
Statistical evidence supports close shooters chasing people as some
Also attached is an LA Times article featuring Arthur B. Alphin, retired
Army lieutenant colonel. This describes the trigonometry of the Mandalay
Bay to concert venue and how difficult it would be to maintain firing
into the concert venue. (See image below)
List of names
Deputy Joe Owen
Sgt Andrew Dahring
Unnamed Faith Lutheran Alumnus