Al Jazeera's Paris bureau received video of the shootings in southwest France blamed on Mohammed Merah, and gave the material to the police, bureau chief Zied Tarrouche said Tuesday.
The video arrived by mail on Monday on a USB stick along with an unsigned letter crediting al Qaeda with the attacks, he said.
The memory stick contained two clips with a total of 25 minutes of material, Tarrouche said.
Al Jazeera kept a copy when police took the original, but has not decided whether to air the footage, he said.
Mohammed Merah, 23, was killed Thursday at the end of a 32-hour siege of the apartment in the city of Toulouse where he was holed up.FULL STORY