James Bond, John Wick, Agent 47, Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega – these assassins have shaped our outlook on the age-old art of assassination. We’re looking at movies like Skyfall, Hitman, Leon the Professional, Grosse Pointe Blank, No Country For Old Men, The Bourne Identity, and more to deconstruct these lies. We’ll also be asking questions like: What did Ninjas really do? How can you identify an assassin? Where do hits go down? What is the most common assassination technique? How much is an hitman for hire? Stay tuned.

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  2. wouldn’t hitmen use different methods to have a better chance of getting away with it rather than shooting a guy in the middle of a park

    • Yeah i feel what your saying. Alot of times they do, do that. It just depends. On accessibility and opportunity. For instance it could take weeks or even months, to be able to slip something in someones drink, or be able to pull off some kind of really smooth poisoning….. Where as, you might have a golden opportunity where you can just shoot him in the back of the head, with no one around. (best time to kill someone is in transit from their house to their car, or vice versa.) I just all depends, you just have to look at real assassinations. For instance, have you heard of the umbrella assassin, the KGB guy who had an umbrella charged with CO2 that injected a small BB of ricin. He did it right in the open, no problem….Then you can look at the assassination of gerald bull, who was shot in the back of the head by a waiting assassin, in his hotel room….just all depends bro.

    • +Esᴘɪᴏɴᴀɢᴇ Uɴɪᴛᴇᴅ Yeah but unless you were given specific instructions on how to do the hit wouldn’t you try to make it look like an accident such as overdose or suicide

  3. Agent 47 has the most awesome methods in assassinating people, but too impossible in real life 😛

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