The unseen 18 seconds of video from Parliament Hill terrorist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau named his accomplices according to a report from QMI Agency, the French language newswire of Quebecor.
"A confidential source who knows the contents of the missing 18 seconds segment said Zehaf-Bibeau cited the names of people who would have either helped plan the attack, or would have supported in his approach."
If true the revelation would explain why the 18 seconds was not released earlier as police continued their investigation.
The RCMP has not confirmed the report but has said the remainder of the video would be released in coming weeks.
In the 55 seconds that have been released so far, Zehaf-Bibeau is clear that he carried out his attack motivated by his Islamic faith and opposition to Canada's foreign policy in Afghanistan and the fight against ISIS.
Calling himself a mujahadeen -- Islamic soldier -- Zehaf-Bibeau says his attack is retaliation and is intended to send a message.
"Canada's officially become one of our enemies by fighting and bombing us and creating a lot of terror in our countries and killing us and killing our innocents. So, just aiming to hit some soldiers just to show that you're not even safe in your own land, and you gotta be careful," he said on the mobile phone video recorded moments before he began his attack.
Zehaf-Bibeau then shot and killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo as he stood on ceremonial guard at the National War Memorial. He then rushed to Parliament, making his way into Centre Block, just metres from both Prime Minister Stephen Harper and NDP Leader Tom Mulcair who were meeting with their caucuses on either side of the hallway that Zehaf-Bibeau ran down.
He died moments later in a hail of bullets from RCMP officers and Parliament's Sgt. at Arms Kevin Vickers.
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