NEW ORLEANS, LA — A video of a shooting in Louisiana has been making the rounds online, sparking a backlash on social media.
In the video, which was posted on a social media site called Snapchat, the man is seen pulling a gun out of his waistband.
It appears that the man was attempting to rob a gas station near New Orleans.
The video has since been shared more than 11,000 times on social networks, including Instagram, Snapchat and Vine.
The man in the video is then heard telling his friends, “If you see anything, just call the police.”
He is then seen holding up a gun and saying, “It’s over.
Another video posted on Snapchat shows the man holding a gun to his head, and saying “We are done.
This is the end.
This has been over for years.”
The man then is seen pointing the gun at people, and shouting, “This is my last day.
This will be the end.”
Another video shows the police officer in the crowd with a weapon, pointing it at people.
In another video, a woman with a gun holds a gun in front of a man in front a police car, saying, ‘If you shoot me, I’ll shoot you back.’
One man can be seen holding a cell phone, which appears to be the gun he was holding at the time of the shooting.
In a third video, the suspect is seen with a rifle, while another man with a handgun is seen holding it, saying ‘You want me to do something, you want me kill this dude?
I’ll do it.’
The gunman in the third video can be heard shouting, ‘I’m not going to let you do this, I’m not doing this.’
The Louisiana State Police are investigating the shooting, but there are no suspects.