A second video shows two of the alleged gunman who attacked Charlie Hebdo, a weekly newspaper in France, apparently shooting a victim on the streets of Paris before climbing into a vehicle and calmly driving away.
Sky News claimed that the footage was captured moments before a French police officer was murdered by the assailants, though it is unclear if the victim shown in the redacted clip was a cop; the individual does appear to be a police officer in an un-redacted version of the video.
Watch the redacted video below (caution: graphic):
Earlier video reportedly captured by a reporter showed two men firing weapons from a distance. A translation of the description accompanying the video read, “In the images filmed by journalist Martin Boudot … we hear gunshots and voices, one shouting ‘Allahu Akbar.’ In the distance, there are at least two persons who appear.”
Read live updates about the attack here.