Corrected entry: In the attack by the US on the guerilla camp, the helicopters used are Bell UH1D's configured as gunships. This means they carry up to two miniguns, and two 2.75in FFAR (folding fin aerial rocket) pods. However as the helicopters approach the camp they are not there at all. And when they fire on the camp, the FFAR's bend in flight. Now the FFAR is not the most accurate rocket in the world but it does not blatantly bend off course and it CAN NOT lock onto a target; it is a rocket not a missile; in general it stays exactly in a straight line apart from dipping a little. Also when the miniguns fire along towards the camera slightly later a man can be seen 'dying' falling over when there is no chance he can be injured at all; unless perhaps he has dirt in his eye from the dust pockets thrown up by the bullets.
Corrected entry: When Gordy brings the woman and her son to the US to be debriefed, they are ushered into a CIA field office, past tons of security, i.e., checkpoints, roving guards, etc. presumably because the equipment or files in the debriefing area are sensitive or classified. Notice all the big windows in the ceiling? No security minded person in the WORLD would have a secured debriefing area where anyone with a helicopter and a Nikon could simply hover outside and take whatever photos of your stuff inside they wanted.
Corrected entry: I find it very strange that after Arnie's wife and child are murdered, he doesn't receive any real support from anyone. Not a friend, not a family member, nothing from the wife's family (who might be just a little upset at losing someone close) basically nothing. Unless this was the most hated family in the country, I simply find it hard to believe.Gavin Jackson
Corrected entry: As we see Gordie using his belt to slide down the lift wires, we see that they are tightly wrapped round his hands to protect them, when he gets close to the lift we see him lose his grip and fall. His belt is nowhere to be seen. They should still be wrapped round his hands.Scrappy