WATCH: Vester Lee Flanagan’s POV Shooting Video

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Disgruntled WDBJ-TV ex-employee Vester Lee Flanagan live tweeted a video of his on-air shooting of reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward this morning in Virginia.

You can watch the chilling video above. Beware: The footage contains graphic violence and may be highly disturbing.

Heavy has also obtained synced footage of Flanagan’s POV shooting along with the footage that aired live on WDBJ-TV, edited by Cory Fechner. Watch that below.

After he gunned down the two WDBJ-TV employees and injured interviewee Vicki Gardner, Flanagan tweeted the video, filmed from his point of view as he opened fire during a live television interview:

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Flanagan, who went by the name Bryce Williams when working at the station, fled the scene and later shot himself after he was confronted by police. NBC29’s Alana Austin later tweeted that, according to Virginia Secretary Brian Moran, Flanagan is dead.

On Twitter Flanagan divulged his apparent motivation for the shooting:

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(Twitter)

To learn everything we know about Flanagan, his motives and this horrifying incident, please go here:


To see photos of Flanagan, go here:


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Anonymous

lol did he just point the gun a few feet away, and no one noticed…plus, it would have been brought to their attention that a “stranger” was standing next to their live filming. lol fake

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