FBI Releases Chilling Navy Yard Shooter Security Footage

The Federal Bureau of Investigations released the video footage of Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis and details of their ongoing investigation into the shooting that took place last week, in which 12 people were killed. The video below is courtesy of CBS News and is looped.

The video shows the shooter pulling into the Navy Yard, walking through the doors, and stalking the hallways holding his gun.

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In addition to the video the FBI released a statement and 12 photos.

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"There are multiple indicators that Alexis held a delusional belief that he was being controlled or influenced by extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic waves," reads the FBI's statement.

The FBI said that Alexis used two weapons: A Remington 870 shotgun and a Beretta handgun. The agency also said there were several phrases etched into Alexis' shotgun, including "My ELF weapon." Their explanation of the etching is:

ELF technology was a legitimate program for naval sub-tonal submarine communications; however, conspiracy theories exist which misinterpret its application as the weaponization of remote neural frequencies for government monitoring and manipulation of unsuspecting citizens.

Other etching into the weapon included "End to the torment," "Not what yall say," and "Better off this way."    

Here's the obvious questions about the security video, if this was all on camera was there someone monitoring the security video? Do security cameras provide security or the illusion of security? 

The other notable thing about the security video is that it never shows him shoot the gun once. Granted that may be due to discretion, but the short clips never show even a close encounter to anyone.

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