The gunman who killed four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels filmed his attack with a camera mounted on his chest.
Four people were shot dead during the attack.
The gunman entered the museum with a camera mounted on his chest. He set down his two bag and fired a burst of shots at people inside the museum.
The methodical gunman who killed four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels reportedly videotaped his own attack with a camera mounted on his chest.
Security footage depicts the killer wearing a personal GoPro camera apparently to document the terror rampage that killed four people, Haaretz reported.
The shocking report — which raises the grim possibility that the attack will be used for anti-Semitic propaganda — came as Belgian police released official security footage of the shooting that it hopes will help them catch the cold-blooded killer.
The black-and-white security camera footage from Saturday’s attack shows a man entering the museum’s corridor carrying two bags. Placing them on the ground before the actual entrance to the museum, the man produced a firearm from one of the bags which appears to be an AK-47 assault rifle and fires a burst of shots at people inside while remaining near the entrance to the museum.
In the 29-second video, the man, who is wearing a black baseball cap, is seen placing the rifle back inside one of the bags and escaping on foot.