CNN is reporting that the Hollywood publicist, Ronni Chasen, who was possibly murdered by at least one hollow point bullet. They further state, "Hollow-point bullets are controversial because the slug is designed to expand after it enters a body, causing greater damage to tissue than a solid bullet." Since when are hollow point bullets controversial? Is that why our Law Enforcement personnel carry them? You must love these people who try to exaggerate the issues when relating to firearms. I'm sure there are a lot of sheeple out there now wanting to ban this controversial ammunition and they'll cite this article as why.