French Shooter May Have Filmed Attack

    Mourners follow the hearse carrying the coffins of the victims following a ceremony at the Ozar Hatorah Jewish school where a gunman opened fire killing four people in Toulouse, southwestern France, Tuesday, March 20, 2012.  A father and his two sons were among four people who died Monday when a gunman opened fire in front of a Jewish school in a city in southwest France, the Toulouse prosecutor said Monday.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

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    French officials said Tuesday that the shooter who attacked a French school may have filmed his attack via a small video camera on his neck. French Interior Minister Claude Gueant told reporters that killer, who is still on the loose, that surveillance footage showed that the gunman was filming the attack. Monday’s attack at a Jewish school in Toulouse has shocked France and, combined with a shooting at a military base over the weekend, has caused French President Nicolas Sarkozy to suspend campaigning for next month’s presidential election. The killer is still on the loose. Meanwhile, authorities released a photo of some of the victims, Rabbi Jonathan Sandler and his two sons, Ariel and Gabriel, who were killed in the attack. Miriam Monsonego, 7, was also killed in the attack.

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