At the end of episode 1 of Barry:

Barry shoots the sniper and the rest of the people in the car.

Immediately afterwards he:

strips the gun and throws different parts of it in different directions, but only within a few metres of each other and relatively close to the scene.

These would be easily found and related to each other and to what happened. It does not seem to provide any real protection. Why does he bother?

  • That's supposed to be spoiler? From very first episode, without mentioning who exactly he shot? Not to mention this "anti-spoiler" title that, like, only suggests presence of spoiler that isn't here...
    – Mithoron
    May 3 at 16:18


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