Seems to me there are too many variables to say there is no free will.
Someone shoots at you, the wind moves the bullet that one inch out of the say so it misses. That example would be the uncontrolled forces of nature getting in the way of an intention to kill.
If we say there is no free will then you would be also saying some god controls the movement of every atom in the universe and runs things how it wants.
For one thing, I don't thing a god would set up such a situation where said god WANTS to control every atom in the universe.
That seems a stupid proposition from the get go.
I can't imagine a being with god like powers actually WANTING to control every atom in the universe.
Without that god running every atom in the universe, then the universe is in free flow and anything can happen, like the death knell dealt 66 million years ago marking the end of the age of dinosaurs.
One would have to imagine a god DECIDING it was time to end dinosaurs.
Just about as likely as Earth being flat.