So the media outlets all seem to be saying that Amy Bishop shot six of her colleagues before her gun jammed, whereupon she was pushed out of the room.
We havent heard what model gun she was using, but dont most handguns have just six shots? If so, why not assume her gun ran out of bullets rather than that it jammed? Is it that the reporters know more than we do (i.e. that her gun held more than six bullets) or that they know less than we do (i.e. the medias usual vast ignorance about guns)?
A related question: why didnt those who pushed her out of the room disarm her first? Werent they afraid she might reload and come back?