His body language is WAY off for someone who was just a part of that kind of event, let alone having been next to a person who was shot.
If he were honestly telling the account, his voice would change dramatically, his hands would occasionally be clasped on top or behind his head, the words "I don't know" would be the most common exchange.
They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.
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