Police release Louisville bank mass shooting bodycam footage.


Louisville police released bodycam footage of their response to a Monday bank shooting that killed five and injured eight.

Louisville Metro Police Department authorities showed the clip during a press conference on Tuesday.

fresh details about the shooting and where Rep. Morgan McGarvey accused Republicans of "banning books and pronouns" instead of preventing gun violence.

Connor Sturgeon, 25, bought his automatic gun six days before the shooting. Sturgeon was fired from Louisville's Old National Bank for bringing a firearm to work. 

A police video shows responding policemen hearing bullets as they pull up the structure. They say Sturgeon shot the police multiple times seconds later. Officers killed Sturgeon at 8:44am.

The Louisville incident occurred two weeks after a Tennessee school shooting that killed six people and sparked significant gun control rallies at the state house in Nashville.

Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg pleaded with politicians on Tuesday to reduce gun violence in Louisville and nationwide.

“We must act now,” Mr. Greenberg added. “We need short-term action to end this gun violence epidemic now so fewer people die on our streets, banks, schools, and churches.