L.A. Times On Hollywood Publicist Ronni Chasen’s Shooting Death

The gun that Beverly Hills police believe was used in the slaying of Ronni Chasen was a .38-caliber revolver, according law enforcement sources.

This would explain one of the mysteries surrounding the Hollywood publicist’s death: There were no shell casings recovered from the scene where she was shot because in revolvers, shell casings remain in the chamber after firing.

Hmm… k well not such a mystery if you know anything about guns… but go on L.A. Times…

The lack of shell casings had led to some speculation that the shooting was a professional job by a hit man who collected the casings before leaving the scene.

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A hitman SO professional that he collects his shell casings and disappears without a trace. Classic… Some people watch too many movies.