February 24, 2010
Posted: 10:43 PM ET
In the case of Florida v Schack, defendant Mark Schack insists the shooting death of his long-time fiancé, Amy Boscarino, was an accident. However, as investigators and firearms experts dug deeper into Schack's statements, they found many inconsistencies in his version of the shooting.
Boscarino was shot in the throat by what forensic expert, Dan Austin, calls “a weapon that kills,” the Golani sporter rifle.
Austin spoke with In Session host, Ryan Smith, about the intricacies of the weapon and shares his views on whether this shooting was indeed accidental.
Lynette Brown, In Session Associate Producer
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