'Terrorist' murdered soldier 'in cold blood,' Canada's Prime Minister says恐怖分子”殺害士兵的冷血,“加拿大總理說:

By Ashley Fantz, Josh Levs and Catherine E. Shoichet, CNN
October 23, 2014 -- Updated 0048 GMT (0848 HKT)
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Sources: Shooter was convert to Islam

 
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • NEW: Suspect's passport had been seized, an official says
  • NEW: Prime Minister Stephen Harper calls the gunman a "terrorist"
  • Sources: Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was the suspected gunman
  • Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, a Canadian soldier, was shot and killed
 

(CNN) -- A soldier gunned down while guarding a hallowed war memorial and a shootout in the halls of Parliament shocked Canada's capital and left parts of the city on lockdown for hours Wednesday.

Parliament member Kyle Seeback called it a "horrific day."

And it may not be over yet.

Authorities haven't ruled out the possibility that an additional shooter could be on the loose. And Ottawa Police Constable Chuck Benoit told CNN that there was more than one person involved in the shootings.

Cpl. Nathan Cirillo on Sunday.Cpl. Nathan Cirillo on Sunday.
 
Obama: We stand side-by-side with Canada
Gunshots at Canada\'s ParliamentGunshots at Canada's Parliament

"We have to apprehend and arrest the people that are involved in this morning's incident," he said, "and at this time we don't have these people."

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has been identified by Canadian officials to their American counterparts as the suspected gunman, multiple U.S. officials told CNN.

The gunman was killed after two shooting incidents -- one at the Canada War Memorial, and another just minutes later nearby inside Parliament.

Bibeau, who was born in 1982, was a convert to Islam and had a history of drug use before he converted, two sources said.

His passport had been confiscated by Canadian authorities when they learned he planned to go fight overseas, a U.S. law enforcement official told CNN's Susan Candiotti. The official said it was not clear when that happened.

Canadian broadcaster CBC reported that Bibeau had a record of drug arrests going back 10 years.

Authorities haven't specified whether the same shooter was involved in both shootings, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper didn't provide details about the investigation in a televised address to the nation Wednesday night.

Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was "murdered in cold blood," Harper said, expressing condolences to the slain Canadian soldier's family.

The soldier appeared to have been shot in the back, said Peter Henderson, a journalist who was at the memorial at the time of the shooting. Other soldiers who were nearby doing drills at the time ran to help, he said.

Investigators haven't provided any possible motives for the shooting.

"In the days to come, we will learn more about the terrorist and any accomplices he may have had, but this week's events are a grim reminder that Canada is not immune to the types of terrorist attacks we have seen elsewhere in the world," Harper said. "Let there be no misunderstanding: We will not be intimidated. Canada will never be intimidated."

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Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was killed after a gunman opened fire at the Canada War Memorial.
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Three people brought to The Ottawa Hospital after the shootings have been released, hospital spokeswoman Hazel Harding told CNN. Earlier, they were described as being in stable condition.

Hours after gunshots thundered through the halls of Parliament, forcing people to barricade themselves in offices, police were still scouring the area.

Authorities lifted a safety perimeter in downtown Ottawa Wednesday night, but a police operation was still underway in Parliament Hill and a lockdown there remained in effect.

"If they thought that they had the situation under control, we would have been let out a long time ago. We haven't been. There's still no word on whether we will be," said Josh Wingrove, a reporter for the Globe and Mail newspaper who witnessed the shooting and remained at Parliament Wednesday evening. "This is by no means a situation that is considered over."

'I heard rapid fire'

Shortly after the shooting at the memorial, a gunman entered the nearby building on Parliament Hill, officials said.

"I heard rapid fire -- gunshots going very loud -- and I figure maybe 20-plus shots within 10 seconds," Canadian Deputy House Leader Kevin Lamoureux told CNN. He was one level below the gunshots.

 
Shooting at Ottawa War Memorial
Map: Shooting near ParliamentMap: Shooting near Parliament

Gunfire first erupted in the building's foyer. Then a second round of shooting happened about a minute later in a hallway or near the entrance to the Parliament's library, Wingrove told CNN.

Several officers had weapons drawn, he said, and most of the dozens of shots that he heard appeared to have been fired by officers at the gunman.

When the shooting ended, a person was lying motionless on the ground near the library entrance, Wingrove said.

Parliament member James Lunney tweeted: #HOC in Lockdown, lone gunman shot security guard, shot his way down Hall of Honor....we are all safe. Gunman dead! Thnk God & our scrty!"

In Twitter posts, several Canadian lawmakers hailed a top security official as a hero, crediting him with shooting the gunman inside Parliament.

"MPs and Hill staff owe their safety, even lives, to Sergeant at Arms Kevin Vickers who shot attacker just outside the MPs' caucus rooms," Craig Scott, a member of Parliament, wrote.

Another soldier killed Monday

Canadian authorities have given the name of a suspect to U.S. law enforcement and have asked for FBI assistance in tracing the person's activities, a senior U.S. law enforcement official told CNN. Only one name has been provided, and it is not clear whether the name is genuine or an alias, the official said. The official declined to provide more details, including the suspect's nationality, ethnicity and age.

A U.S. law enforcement official told CNN that a connection to terrorism hasn't been ruled out.

On Monday, a man who Canadian authorities said was "radicalized" killed a Canadian soldier with his car. The man was then shot and killed.

Police: Man who ran down and killed soldier was 'radicalized'

There was no immediate indication that the Monday and Wednesday incidents were related.

In response to the shootings, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, has increased its alert posture, CNN has learned. That means that it has increased the number of planes on a higher alert status ready to respond if needed. NORAD and Canadian authorities are in contact, an official told CNN.

Follow developments in the shootings live

Prime Minister secure during shooting

MP Tony Clement tweeted that he heard "at least 30 shots" and apparently was able to take cover with colleagues. He also tweeted that Prime Minister Harper was secure.

Harper was evacuated from the building and is safe, tweeted his press secretary, Carl Vallee.

Hours after the Parliament attack, Harper spoke by phone with U.S. President Barack Obama.

"Obviously, we're all shaken by it," Obama later told reporters, "but we're going to do everything we can to make sure we're standing side by side with Canada during this difficult time."

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson said that Wednesday was "a sad and tragic day for our city and our country."

"There's no pain greater than losing a loved one -- to have it happen in such circumstances as this morning is beyond expression, and underlined by a sad anger within my heart," he said.

Canada raised its terror threat level

The violence at Parliament comes just days after Canada raised its terror alert Friday.

The suspect in Monday's vehicle attack, Martin Rouleau Couture, reportedly converted to Islam about a year ago. Police arrested him last July and confiscated his passport, but lacked enough evidence to keep him in custody, said Martine Fontaine of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

"When he was arrested, he was about to go to Turkey," Fontaine said. "We stopped him as he was about to leave Canada for terrorist actions. He was questioned when he was arrested. We have not been able to determine any real threat at this time."

CNN's John Newsome, Pamela Brown, Jason Hanna, Dorrine Mendoza, Dana Ford, Elise Labott, Jim Sciutto, Pam Brown and Deb Feyerick 
and Susan Candiotti contributed to this report.

“恐怖分子”殺害士兵的冷血,“加拿大總理說:
由阿什利Fantz,喬希列弗和凱瑟琳大腸桿菌Shoichet,美國有線電視新聞網
2014年10月23日 - 更新0048 GMT(0848 HKT)
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資料來源:射手是皈依伊斯蘭教
新聞提要
新:犯罪嫌疑人的護照被沒收,一位官員說:
新:總理哈珀稱,槍手“恐怖分子”
資料來源:邁克爾Zehaf-Bibeau是懷疑槍手
下士。彌敦道奇里洛,加拿大士兵,被槍殺
(CNN) -一名士兵槍殺,而守著一個神聖的戰爭紀念碑和國會大廳槍戰震驚加拿大的首都,離開城市的部分在鎖定的時間星期三。
國會議員凱爾Seeback稱它是“可怕的一天。”
它可能不會結束。
當局不排除是一個額外的射手可能就散的可能性。和渥太華警員查克·貝努瓦告訴CNN說,有一個以上的參與槍擊的人。
下士。 彌敦道西里洛週日。下士。彌敦道西里洛週日。
奧巴馬:我們站在一邊按一邊與加拿大
槍聲在加拿大\的議會 槍聲在加拿大的議會
“我們必須逮捕和逮捕參與今早的事件的人,”他說,“在這個時候,我們沒有這些人。”
邁克爾Zehaf-Bibeau已被確定由加拿大官員對他們的美國同行的疑似槍手,多個美國官員告訴CNN。
一個在加拿大戰爭紀念館,另一個只有幾分鐘後內側附近​​的議會 - 槍手是經過兩次槍擊事件死亡。
Bibeau,誰是出生於1982年,是一個皈依伊斯蘭教,並有吸毒史的他皈依前,兩名消息人士表示。
他的護照被沒收加拿大當局,當他們得知他打算去海外打,美國執法部門官員告訴美國有線電視新聞網的蘇珊坎迪奧蒂。該負責人表示,目前還不清楚這事發生。
加拿大廣播公司CBC報導,Bibeau有毒品被捕追溯到10年的紀錄。
當局沒有指明是否參與了槍擊事件相同的射手,和加拿大總理斯蒂芬·哈珀沒有提供有關該國週三晚上的調查在電視講話細節。
下士。彌敦道奇里洛被“慘遭毒手”,哈珀說,表達慰問被殺的加拿大士兵的家人。
這個士兵似乎已經被槍殺在後面,說彼得·亨德森,記者是誰在紀念館的拍攝時間。其他士兵在附近誰在做演習的時候跑去幫忙,他說。
調查人員沒有提供任何可能的動機進行拍攝。
“在未來的日子裡,我們將學習更多有關恐怖,他可能有過任何同夥,但本週的事件是一個嚴峻的提醒,加拿大也不能倖免,我們在世界其他地方看到了恐怖襲擊的類型,”哈珀說。“不要有任何誤解:我們不會被嚇倒,加拿大將不會被嚇倒。”
花束
下士。彌敦道奇里洛被打死後,一名槍手在加拿大戰爭紀念館開火。FACEBOOK的
三人帶到渥太華醫院的槍擊案已經出爐之後,醫院發言人黑茲爾·哈丁告訴CNN。此前,他們被描述為病情穩定之中。
小時槍聲轟隆隆通過議會大廳,迫使人們路障自己的辦公室後,警方仍在沖刷的區域。
當局解除在渥太華市中心週三晚上安全邊界,但警察行動仍在進行中的國會山和鎖定也仍然有效。
“如果他們認為他們已經控制了局勢,我們可能已經讓出了很久以前,我們還沒有。目前仍然對我們是否就沒有字,”喬希溫格羅夫,記者對地球和說郵報誰目睹了拍攝,並保持在議會星期三晚上。“這絕不意味著這種情況被認為是結束了。”
“我聽說速射”
不久後,在紀念射擊,一名槍手進入國會山附近的大樓,官員說。
“我聽說速射 - 槍聲持續很響亮 - 和我的身影,也許在10秒內20多槍,”加拿大眾議院副領袖凱文Lamoureux告訴CNN。他是一個級別下面的槍聲。
拍攝於渥太華戰爭紀念館
圖:拍攝議會附近圖:拍攝議會附近
槍聲首先爆發在大樓的門廳。在走廊或入口附近的國會圖書館,然後進行第二輪射擊發生在大約一分鐘後,溫格羅夫告訴CNN。
一些官員已經得出的武器,他說,大部分的幾十個鏡頭,他聽到似乎已經在槍手解僱人員。
當拍攝結束,一個人是在附近的圖書館門口的地上躺著一動不動,溫格羅夫說。
國會議員詹姆斯Lunney啾啾:#HOC的鎖定,孤膽槍手槍殺保安,他拍攝的一路下跌榮譽殿堂....我們都是安全的。槍手死了!Thnk神與我們scrty!“

í ÑTwitter的職位,一些加拿大國會議員叫了頂級安全官員為英雄,貸記他拍攝的槍手裡面議會。
“國會議員和希爾的工作人員欠他們的安全,甚至生命,警衛部門凱文·維克斯誰開槍攻擊城外的國會議員黨團間,”克雷格·斯科特,國會議員,寫道。
另一名士兵喪生星期一
加拿大當局已涉嫌美國執法的名稱,並在追查此人的活動要求美國聯邦調查局協助下,一位美國高級執法官員告訴CNN。只有一個名字被提供,目前尚不清楚該名稱是否是正版還是一個別名,該負責人表示。該官員拒絕透露更多細節,包括犯罪嫌疑人的國籍,種族和年齡。
一名美國執法官員告訴CNN說,恐怖主義的連接並沒有被排除。
週一,一名男子誰加拿大當局說是“激進”殺了一個加拿大士兵與他的車。該名男子隨後開槍打死。
警方:人誰跑下來,殺死士兵'激進'
有沒有直接的跡象表明,週一和週三的事件進行了相關的。
為了應對槍擊事件,北美航空航天防禦司令部,或北美防空司令部,加大了警戒態勢,美國有線電視新聞網了解到。這意味著,它增加了飛機數量上的準備,如果需要響應一個更高的戒備狀態。北美防空司令部和加拿大當局接觸時,一位官員告訴美國有線電視新聞網。

關注事態發展,在槍擊事件現場
在亂射首相爭取克
MP托尼·克萊門特在推特上說,他聽到了“至少30張”,顯然是能夠採取蓋與同事。他還推說,哈珀總理是安全的。
哈珀是從建築疏散和安全,啾啾他的新聞秘書,卡爾河谷。
營業時間議會襲擊後,哈珀與美國總統奧巴馬通了電話。
“很顯然,我們都被它動搖,”奧巴馬後來對記者說,“但我們將盡我們所能,以確保我們並肩站立與加拿大在這個困難時期。”
渥太華市市長吉姆·沃森說,週三是“悲慘的一天我們的城市和我們的國家。”

“沒有痛苦比失去更大的心愛的人 - 有它發生在這樣的情況下,因為這是今天上午表達之外,並在我的心臟悲傷憤怒強調,”他說。
加拿大提高了恐怖威脅級別
在議會中的暴力來後幾天加拿大長大了恐怖警戒星期五。
在週一的汽車襲擊嫌疑人,馬丁·魯洛時裝,據稱皈依伊斯蘭教大約一年前。警方逮捕了他去年七月,並沒收了他的護照,但缺乏足夠的證據讓他保管,說,加拿大皇家馬丁丹騎警。
“當他被逮捕時,他正準備去土耳其,”方丹說。“我們停止了他,因為他正要離開加拿大的恐怖行動,他提出了質疑,當他被警方抓獲。我們一直無法確定,此時任何真正的威脅。”
CNN的約翰·紐瑟姆,帕梅拉·布朗,傑森漢娜,Dorrine門多薩,達納·福特,埃莉斯Labott,吉姆Sciutto,帕姆·布朗和德布Feyerick 和蘇珊坎迪奧蒂促成了這一報告。

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