On Sunday, UK’s Channel 4 news broadcasted a new video of the Bhutto assassination which they say “provides the most conclusive evidence yet that Benazir Bhutto was shot.”
Although the Pakistani government officially claims that Bhutto died[1, 2, 3] from hitting her head on the sunroof as she ducked into her car, evidence in the video drastically contradicts that account.
The video shows a large crowd swarming around Bhutto’s car. A clean-shaven man in sunglasses is visibly watching, concealing a gun; behind him stands the suspected suicide bomber dressed in white. As the video rolls, the man in sunglasses moves closer to Bhutto’s car and fires three shots. Directly after, the suicide bomber detonates his device and chaos ensues.
Reporter Jonathan Rugman points out how, as the gunman fires, Bhutto’s hair is lifted and her shawl seems to rise as she falls inside her car.
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