Brussels Museum Shooter Filmed Terror Attack, Belgian Media Says

Security cameras indicate the suspect documented the shooting with a personal GoPro camera mounted on his chest.

AP

The Brussels museum shooter may have videotaped Saturday's terror attack, Belgian media reported Monday. According to a report in Walla, sources involved in the investigation told several news outlets that the security cameras indicate the suspect documented the shooting with a personal GoPro camera mounted on his chest.

Mohamed Merah, the French-Algerian who shot four Jews outside the Otzar HaTorah school in Toulouse in March 2012, (and two French soldiers in separate attacks), also documented the killing, but the tapes were never aired.

An Israeli couple was among the four people killed in Saturday's terror attack at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. The other two victims were a French national and the fourth, a Belgian citizen and museum employee who was listed in critical condition died of his wounds Sunday.

Belgian police issued videos and a description of the man on Sunday in the hopes that someone would recognize him.