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Shocking details about the livestream of the Louisville Old National Bank shooter revealed

After around one minute of carnage, the gunman reportedly sat in the lobby of the bank and waited for law enforcement to arrive at the scene.



New information has surfaced regarding the livestream recording made by the perpetrator who fatally shot five individuals at an Old National Bank in Louisville, Kentucky on Monday.

The suspect has been identified as 25-year-old Connor Sturgeon, who worked at the bank.

According to Louisville Police Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel, the gunman, who acted alone, livestreamed the attack, which also caused injuries to nine other people.

In a statement, Meta, the company that is the owner of Facebook and Instagram, acknowledged that it promptly took down the livestream of the tragic incident as soon as it was posted. However, on Tuesday, an unidentified city official disclosed to CNN the contents of the video footage, revealing that the perpetrator, who employed an AR-15-style rifle, carried out the attack at the bank within only a minute.

As per the source, the shooter’s weapon is prominently visible in the opening scenes of the video as he enters the bank. Upon arrival, a bank employee greets him with a “good morning,” to which the gunman allegedly responds by instructing her to leave. He then purportedly attempts to fire a shot at her back.

The unnamed city official explained that the shooter’s initial attempt to harm the employee fails because the weapon is not loaded and its safety is on. Subsequently, after removing the safety and properly loading the rifle, the perpetrator fires at the staff member’s back, although it is uncertain whether she survived.

The assailant then proceeds to carry out the massacre, shooting individuals who were inside the bank as they try to seek refuge on the floor.

According to the official, the gunman did not venture to other floors where additional employees were situated. It is noteworthy that the incident began at approximately 8:38 a.m. before the branch was open to the public, according to the police.

According to the official, following roughly a minute of violence, the shooter allegedly sat down in the bank’s lobby and awaited the arrival of law enforcement. Roughly 90 seconds later, officers arrived and engaged in a gunfight with the perpetrator.

The Louisville Police Chief, Gwinn-Villaroel, verified that Sturgeon was shot dead by the police, but it remains uncertain if he perished due to self-inflicted injuries or if he was killed by the officers.

A law enforcement source, who is acquainted with the case, previously informed CNN that Sturgeon was at the brink of losing his job at the bank. The bank manager, Rebecca Buchheit-Sims, attested that she observed the appalling event transpire in a conference room while attending a virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams. “I witnessed people being murdered,” she stated on Monday.

A former friend and teammate of Sturgeon from Floyd Central High School in Floyds Knob, Indiana, stated on Monday that Sturgeon was well-liked and intelligent during their school days.

The friend also noted that Sturgeon had worn a helmet while playing basketball after experiencing multiple concussions.

The police have released the identities of the victims, all of whom were employees of the Old National Bank: Tommy Elliott, 63; Jim Tutt, 64; Josh Barrick, 40; Juliana Farmer, 57; and Deana Eckert, 57. Furthermore, three police officers were hurt during the attack, including Nicholas Wilt, 26, who had recently graduated from the academy before the tragedy occurred.