RT Deutsch reporter finds missed shell casing from Vienna attacks

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    An RT Deutsch reporter has found a shell casing from the Vienna terror attacks missed by the authorities. The reporter was tracing the route of 20-year-old alleged jihadist terrorist ‘Kujtim F.’ who killed four and injured 20 people on his murderous tour of downtown Vienna on November 2nd. The attacker fired hundreds of rounds until he was finally shot by a police officer. Despite a forensic investigation, the RT Deutsch team found a discarded shell casing from the rampage. ‘These are dry blood stains here, and here as well there’s more blood,’ says the reporter. ‘If we follow it, we’ll see more of the killer’s blood on the ground over there. A dry pool of blood. Here is another bullet shell on the floor that’s been overlooked apparently. Let’s put it back and inform the police about it, they’re over there.’ It’s not clear whether the bullet is from a police rifle or one of the weapons brandished by ‘Kujtim F.’ Austria’s capital remains on high alert.

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