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DELIBERATELY DELAYED: ‘Unjustifiable’ police delays cost lives in Tunisia beach jihad massacre

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Path of the ISIS killer: Tunisia beach massacre inquest watches chilling reconstruction of terrorist gunman’s deadly two-mile journey around resort as court hears of ‘unjustifiable’ police delays that cost lives

  • Inquests into the deaths of 30 Britons killed on a Tunisia beach started at Royal Courts of Justice in London
  • Families of victims were seen arriving and later watched a chilling reconstruction of the gunman’s route
  • A total of 38 people were killed when gunman Seifeddine Rezgui went on a rampage in the coastal resort

By Steph Cockcroft, Anthony Joseph and Abe Hawken, Mailonline, 16 January 2017

Families of the Tunisia beach massacre victims today watched a chilling reconstruction video which showed the terrorist’s deadly two-mile journey around the resort where he murdered 30 British tourists.

Relatives had gathered for the first day of the inquest at the Royal Courts of Justice in London which began on Monday morning.

They were shown computer-generated imagery of the popular beach in the coastal resort of Port El Kantaoui on June 26, 2015.

Those inside the court saw the incredibly detailed footage which showed where each holidaymaker was brutally killed.

 

The inquest was shown satellite images which were the result of 3D scans in more than 300 locations around the resort

The inquest was shown satellite images which were the result of 3D scans in more than 300 locations around the resort

Raymond and Angela Fisher, from Leicester, were killed after terrorist Seifeddine Rezgui went on a rampage in June 2015

Raymond and Angela Fisher, from Leicester, were killed after terrorist Seifeddine Rezgui went on a rampage in June 2015

This image shows the path of terror the gunman made - killing David Thompson, James and Ann McQuire along the way 

This image shows the path of terror the gunman made – killing David Thompson, James and Ann McQuire along the way

The red line and arrow shows the two-mile route the gunman made as he murdered 30 British tourists on a beach in 2015 

Two more victims were gunned down after Rezgui made his way to the indoor pool which was inside the hotel near the beach

Two more victims were gunned down after Rezgui made his way to the indoor pool which was inside the hotel near the beach

Victim Lisa Burbidge was killed next to a desk and chair after the gunman made his way to the first floor administration office

Victim Lisa Burbidge was killed next to a desk and chair after the gunman made his way to the first floor administration office

The inquest also heard Tunisian security officers could have saved lives by ending the massacre which killed 30 Britons died sooner – but they deliberately wasted time getting to the hotel.

The hearing was told that a local investigation into the tragedy criticised some police for stalling as they made their way to the five-star Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse.

Rezgui ‘systematically’ gunned down the innocent holidaymakers on the hotel’s beach before going into the grounds and the building and killing more, the inquest heard.

Chilling reconstruction footage – which lasted 21 minutes and 38 seconds – was played to the court and showed Rezgui’s movements and the exact route he took on the day.

The names and pictures of the tragic victims popped up on the screen as the detailed video continued.

The images were the result of 3D scans in more than 300 locations around the resorts, which is popular with tourists and holidaymakers.

Families were able to see the path he took, which saw him leave the the beach and into the hotel where he continued to gun down innocent victims.

His route was illustrated by the use of a red arrow and the ‘point-of-view’ footage showed what Rezgui would have seen.

It ended with the gunman making his way past some shops just yards from the beach – before he was shot and killed.

Samantha Leek QC, counsel to the inquest, said a report by Tunisian Judge Akremi had identified failings by local units which could have ended the slaughter before more police arrived and shot Rezgui dead.

She told a courtroom packed with relatives that an unnamed interior minister had told the judge some Tunisian security officers nearby had consciously slowed down their arrival.

Ms Leek said: ‘He said the units that should have intervened in the events deliberately and unjustifiably slowed down to delay their arrival at the hotel.

CHILLING RECONSTRUCTION VIDEO SHOWS THE TWO-MILE ROUTE KILLER TOOK TO MURDER 30 BRITONS

The 21 minute and 38 second reconstruction video was played at the inquest in London today.

0 – 1.08 min: The video footage shows the beach and highlights where the tragic British holidaymakers were sat before being killed by Seifeddine Rezgui

1.09 min: An aerial picture showed the gunman’s crazed two-mile journey from the beach and through the nearby hotel, illustrated by a red arrow

1.45 min: The video continued and CGI showed the gunman’s route as he approached the hotel. He walked over the grass, went past trees and made his way towards the building. Chillingly, victims continued to pop up with their name and picture. He then went past the outdoor pool and walked up some steps – killing more innocent Brits

3.52 min: He eventually makes his way in the hotel

4.06 min: Another victim was killed just as the gunman entered the hotel

4.16 min: The first real CCTV image showing Rezgui inside the building appeared on the video, which was played to the families of the tragic victims on Monday

5.20 min: The video continued to show the route the killer took as he strolled through the hotel

6 min: Rezgui made his way to an indoor pool inside the hotel. It appears he was looking for more potential victims – before killing another holidaymaker

6.36 min: Three more people who were standing by the pool were then gunned down as the killer continued his attack

7.23 min: Another victim was also gunned down next to a desk and chair

8.05 min: The video then showed the path Rezgui took so he could make his way to the first floor administration office – again, illustrated by a red arrow

10.40 min: Two more innocent people were gunned down after the killer made his way up the stairs to the first floor

10.58 min: Another victim was killed when he turned left into one of the rooms

11.15 min: He then decided to leave the building and headed back towards the beach

14.10 min: On his way to the beach, one more victim was killed outside the hotel

14.17 min: Just seconds later another man was gunned down and killed

16.00 min: He then made his way back to the outside pool

17.20 min: After walking past the pool, he quickly made his way back to the beach

18.03 min: More victims appeared on the screen after they had been shot by the killer. He then walked past a number of boats and watersports equipment before turning around

19.04 min – 21.38 min: He then began the last part of his journey – walking past another hotel and some shops – before he was killed

Mark Stocker (second right) arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. His parents John and Janet were killed in the tragedy

Mark Stocker (second right) arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. His parents John and Janet were killed in the tragedy

Tunisia beach attack survivor Owen Richards was photogpraphed arriving at the court in London ahead of the inquests

Tunisia beach attack survivor Owen Richards was photogpraphed arriving at the court in London ahead of the inquests

The inquests into the deaths of the Britons (pictured) killed in the Tunisia beach massacre, in June 2015, began today at the Royal Courts of Justice in London

The inquests into the deaths of the Britons (pictured) killed in the Tunisia beach massacre, in June 2015, began today at the Royal Courts of Justice in London

‘They had the ability to put an end to the attack before the police arrived but wasted a considerable amount of time in getting to the hotel.’

Ms Leek said: ‘On June 26 2015, 38 tourists became the victims of a terrorist attack at the Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse, Tunisia.

‘On that day a gunman entered the hotel from the beach, carrying an automatic weapon and a number of explosives.

‘He systematically took the lives of 38 people who had travelled to Tunisia for enjoyment … and relaxation.’

Family members of victims of the Tunisia terror attack arrive for the first day of an inquest into the deaths of 30 Britons in the Tunisia terror attack at Royal Courts of Justice

Family members of victims of the Tunisia terror attack arrive for the first day of an inquest into the deaths of 30 Britons in the Tunisia terror attack at Royal Courts of Justice

Mark Stocker (left) arrives for the start of the inquest into the death of 30 British citizens at a holiday resort near Sousse in Tunisia

Mark Stocker (left) arrives for the start of the inquest into the death of 30 British citizens at a holiday resort near Sousse in Tunisia

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