Analysis: The 2.5 Seconds That Sealed Shinzo Abe's Fatal Security Lapses

Mourners gather at the altar for the late former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in Tokyo
Bodyguards could have saved Shinzo Abe if they shielded him or removed him from the line of fire in the 2.5 seconds between a missed first shot and a second round of gunfire that fatally wounded him, according to eight security experts who reviewed footage of the former Japanese leader's assassination.
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