Man claiming allegiance to is kills french policeman and partner, and claims to be his brother, with a shot to the head. It is unclear when the film was made and there is no information on who made the claim.
The scene where the police officer’s brother reveals himself is shot at around 1 minutes and 6 seconds. There is no sign of the shot to the head in the footage. This is the moment in which the film becomes highly likely.
In the scene where the police officer’s brother reveals himself, there is no sign that he is his brother, at least at the time of the film’s production. There is also the possibility that this might have been a shot to the head of the masked gunman.
In all the footage provided by the victim, no marks, wounds or evidence of a gunshot can be detected.
A large piece of cardboard measuri공주출장마사지ng 6 metres by 7 metres is found around the body. There is no sign of a bullet in the area. There is some concern about how the film came to be released, with the director of the movie saying that the original tape was found by police and could not have been recovered on its own. However, it does suggest that the film was produced without being filmed with a camera and could also imply that the shooting took place on location, perhaps by the gunman shooting at close range. No marks can be seen in these shots.
The victim is believed to be 35-year-old Pascal St-Pierre (pictured), an air force major 창원안마who was with his colleague on the day of the shooting, and also was shot when he took cover from the assailant.
The victim was hit on the head while sitting on the ground in wha여수출장샵광주 출장 안마t appeared to be a military jeep.
Police suspect this man may have acted in his brother’s defence and have been unable to ascertain his identity through DNA evidence.