2.5 key seconds in Shinzo Abe’s fatal shooting

Eight security experts who reviewed footage of the former Japanese leader’s assassination for Reuters suggest they could have shielded him or removed him from the line of fire. [READ MORE: Japan to hold state funeral for ex-PM Abe on Sept 27. https://youtu.be/dS5hfh66T2E]

Reuters asked eight security experts to review the actions of the former Japanese leader Shinzo Abe’s bodyguards in the 2.5 seconds between a first missed shot and the second fatal gunfire round.

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