There is no supposition in the fact that the Coroner never saw the Smith & Wesson.
It was not Keefe, but rather Wes Fuller who identified three spent cartridge's in the third weapon.
Supposition equates to Gaumer declaring Fellehy visually impaired; but not Mrs. Collyer who was positioned about the same distance away - she seeing Tom McLaury shooting under the horse's neck.
NO OTHER EYE-WITNESS said Frank fired under his horse's neck.
Your feeble attempt in trying to support you friend Joyce is a lost cause.
that Keefe identified as S&W in the Coroners office at lunch.
Keefe identified it there. When the two guns the Coroner had were brought to court, Keefe identified one of them as the S&W. T... more
Re: The Coroner produced the weapon that — K.t.K.,Wed Apr 28 2:51