Dramatic video captures Thousand Oaks gunman taking pictures inside bar

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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (KABC) —

Newly launched video reveals the Thousand Oaks mass shooter opening hearth inside a preferred bar throughout the Wednesday evening bloodbath that left 12 individuals useless, together with a sheriff’s sergeant.

The video was shot by a person contained in the Borderline Bar & Grill at 99 Rolling Oaks Drive, the place a lone gunman fatally shot college students and different patrons Wednesday evening.

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In an Instagram put up, mr.knapp uploaded the video to social media with the caption, “I appeared him in his eyes whereas he killed my pals I hope he rots in hell for eternity. The man you see is the assassin and the photographs are him taking pictures the wounded on the bottom.”

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The video reveals what seems to be a semi-empty dance flooring as a person wearing darkish clothes is behind a counter-like wall and taking pictures. About 10 gunshots are heard within the video.

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The person taking the video runs out of the venue and yells, “Guys, run, he is popping out this door!”

A number of persons are heard screaming within the distance.

The suspected gunman was recognized by authorities as 28-year-old Ian David Lengthy.

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