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Additional footage of gunman behind Istanbul attack released

New footage of the gunman responsible for Istanbul's New Year's Eve terror attack emerges

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New footage of the gunman responsible for Istanbul's New Year's Eve terror attack at the Reina nightclub in Ortaköy has emerged.

In footage obtained by Yeni Şafak daily, it has been revealed that the gunman left his house at 10:49 p.m.

The identity of the gunman has not been made known to the public. The gunman is allegedly Uyghur, and moved to Konya with his family in November 2016. His family has been taken into custody.

More footage of gunman responsible for Istanbul attack emerges
Yeni Şafak

More footage of gunman responsible for Istanbul attack emerges

New footage of the gunman responsible for Istanbul's New Year's Eve terror attack at the Reina nightclub in Ortaköy has emerged, revealing that the gunman left his house at 10:49 p.m.



The search for the gunman behind Istanbul's New Year's Eve terror attack at the Reina nightclub in Ortaköy has resulted in the detainment of 16 suspects. Istanbul Police Headquarters detained suspects who were linked to the gunman.

Footage of the terrorist on a stake-out in the major tourist district of Taksim Square has also emerged.

The New Year's Eve attack killed 39 people and wounded 65, four of whom are in critical condition.

Gunman responsible for Istanbul attack did a stake-out in Taksim Square
Yeni Şafak

Gunman responsible for Istanbul attack did a stake-out in Taksim Square

New footage of the gunman responsible for Istanbul's New Year's Eve terror attack at the Reina nightclub in Ortaköy shows the terrorist on a stake-out in the major tourist district of Taksim Square.



Within the seven minute massacre, the gunman changed multiple clips and fired 120 bullets.

After opening fire on the New Year's Eve revelers, the gunman approached the victims and shot them within close range one by one.

Reuters reported that Daesh claimed responsibility for the New Year's Eve attack.

Only days before the attack, an online message from a pro-Daesh terrorist group called for attacks by "lone wolves" on "celebrations, gatherings and clubs."






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