New eyewitness video shows Charlie Hebdo gunmen escape after attack
Shortly after two gunmen killed 12 people at the offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, the attackers shouted, "We are avenging the prophet Muhammad!" before firing on a police car and making their escape, according to a new eyewitness video released on Tuesday.
The attackers, brothers Chérif and Saïd Kouachi, are seen in the video adjusting their weapons and driving away in their hijacked black Citröen C3 car in the street outside Charlie Hebdo's Paris headquarters.
They then encounter a French police car, exchange gunfire for a few brief seconds and drive away. They were shot dead three days later by French commandos in a siege at a printing house.