SHOCK VIDEO! Young Egyptian Cameraman Captures Footage of His Own Death on Film

Egyptian photographer Ahmed Samir Assem was shot to death during a mass protest this past week in Cairo. This was the last photo found on his camera.
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Here’s the shocking video:

Ahmed Samir Assem was one of 51 people killed when soldiers began shooting into the pro-Muslim Brotherhood crowd on Monday.
The News reported:

A young Egyptian photographer likely captured the shooter on film as he was shot dead during a mass protest that was attacked by government soldiers this week.

Ahmed Samir Assem, 26, was one of 51 people killed when soldiers began shooting into the pro-Muslim Brotherhood crowd gathered outside the Republican Guard building in Cairo on Monday.

Grainy footage reported to be taken from Assem’s camera shows a soldier perched on a rooftop calmly aiming and firing into the crowd, ducking for cover between shots.

The soldier then aims towards the camera and fires. The footage goes black.

Friends and relatives of Assem, who worked for Egypt’s Al-Horia Wa Al-Adala newspaper, told Britain’s Telegraph that Assem captured his own death.

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Akhmed Samir Assem before his death. (Abola)

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