I believe there are discrepancies between the shooter and the cameraman’s perspective.
Starting with the cameraman’s recording.
First of all, the supposed shooter had not yet passed the coil in the extension cord, disagreeing with the shooter’s perspective video.
Second, if it was real, surely someone saw him walking towards them, especially the lady being interviewed, again disagreeing as the shooter’s view showed that he was directly across from the reporter.
And third, the camera just happened to fall in a way that we get a glimpse of the suspect, unrealistic too.
Now for the shooter’s recording.
First of all, the shooter was behind the cameraman, a few feet from the reporter.
Second, the shooter was at a stand still as he began shooting.
And third, at that range, approximately 2-3 feet away, odds are at least one if not more bullets hit her before she turned to run.
What do other people think? Do they see what I saw?