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monkadelic 2 points ago +4 / -2

That's exactly whats happening here. If you're faking a shot, you don't hold it in plain view while being recorded. Shes locking the needle by pressing the plunger, which expels the tiny leftover amount sometimes. This is nothing.

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Saltybitch 1 point ago +3 / -2

Do you know what 1 ml looks like in a syringe? To give you an idea, there are 5 ml per teaspoon. That entire syringe holds 1 ml of liquid. What was squirted back out came from such a small syringe there isn't enough space to give a dose, proper amount, and have that much left over.

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monkadelic 1 point ago +2 / -1

Ive been an RN for 25 years, I am familiar with syringes, and what 1 ml looks like. And its my opinion that's a locking syringe, the leftover is normal, and may seem like a lot coming from a tiny needle, but its insignificant. It would take 1-2 full seconds to empty a full tb syringe, not a quick squirt like that. I could go on and on, but there is nothing in that video of any consequence.

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Saltybitch 1 point ago +2 / -1

And that's your opinion, you're welcome to it. I do not agree. Regardless of who's right about the syringe size? Her "method" for this "injection" is literally bizarre. Makes no sense, whatsoever. But you should know that.

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monkadelic 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thats what I am attempting to explain to you. A locking syringe uses a safety mechanism where you have to push the plunger forward after an injection to lock the needle in place. That usually pushes out a small remaining liquid. If you've not seen it before maybe its bizarre, but using this video as any sort of evidence only makes us look uninformed.