UPDATE: Twitch confirms German shooting suspect live-streamed video of attack on its platform

A Twitch spokesperson has confirmed that the video, believed to be of the Halle attack , was live-streamed on its platform. Credit: Shutterstock

The suspected gunman in today’s shootings – who appears to have filmed a video of the attack — launched into a brief anti-Semitic rant, claiming the Holocaust “never happened” and saying that the root of some of the world’s problems are the Jews. 

The video was filmed in a first-shooter perspective and later posted to Twitch, an online video platform best known for hosting streams of video games. 

The 35-minute video shows a gunman shooting multiple individuals and driving to multiple locations, including a synagogue and a kebab shop. Filmed by the gunman who killed two people. The video appears to have been filmed with a camera mounted on the helmet of the attacker. 

A Twitch spokesperson has confirmed that the video, believed to be of the Halle attack , was live-streamed on its platform.

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