Surveillance video tracks path of Canadian gunman

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OTTAWA, Canada – Thanks to surveillance video, we now can see what happened this week in Ottawa when a lone gunman was killed inside Canada’s parliament building after fatally wounding a soldier guarding the war memorial.

This video released by Canadian authorities shows Michael Zehaf-Bibeau driving up to the parliament complex after shooting the soldier.

Everyone scatters when he gets out carrying a rifle.

He then runs toward a line of vehicles.

The lead vehicle belongs to a minister in the Canadian government.

After a brief conversation, the driver gets out of the car, and Zehaf-Bibeau gets in and takes off.

Cameras pick up Zehaf-Bibeau as he arrives at the building, with two police vehicles right behind. He then runs inside where he’s met by armed police and security, and where Sergeant-at-Arms Ken Vickers kills him.

The video shows us how and where the shootings occurred, and by whom, and now Canadian authorities just have to figure out why.

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