It's good to start a stirring debate Black Mage. No language is perfect and GW sort of made a mistake by forcing RAW. You can't really expect players to follow RAW if you have a problem with simple things like proof reading. I love GW, but sometimes their wording is far too amubiguous. What happens when RAW conflicts with RAW and there is no FAQ? A d6 roll usually, but many tournament players would really love to not have to rely on a d6 to decide something as important as the rules of the game they are currently playing the third turn of. Starting threads like this can help one argue a valid point, hopefully making the d6 roll an endangered animal.
That's what I read too Wraithlord, but while it makes the most sense, GW does not say which rule overrides which. Both rules are in direct conflict and neither has more sway from a RAW perspective. I could quote the rules for shooting, wounding and removing casualties till I'm blue in the face and he'll just keep pointing back to the rules about multi-wound models. Until GW specifically says which is the rule applied, I am at a loss. Maybe someone sees something difinitive that I do not however.