• Surveillance video released in deadly Labor Day shooting


    BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. - Newly released surveillance video reveals more about a triple shooting in Brevard County that left two men dead over Labor Day Weekend.

    According to investigators, the video shows William Woodword apparently said something to another neighbor right after the shootings.

    According to police reports, as he was walking back to his home from the scene of the shootout a neighbor asked if he was OK and he said "Yeah, I got them all man."

    The surveillance camera from Woodward's home recorded the barrage of gunfire as police said Woodward turned his weapon from one neighbor to the other over Labor Day Weekend.

    Roger Picior and Gary Hembree were killed in the shooting.

    Despite 17 gunshot wounds, Bruce Blake survived.

    "I don't know how they put me back together. I swear to God I don't know how they put me back together," said Blake.

    Police said the shadowy figure seen in the surveillance video is Woodward, just before he opened fire.

    Blake is still recovering, while William Woodward awaits trial.

    Woodward has never denied shooting his neighbors.

    Appearing calm immediately after the shootings, he said he had been taunted by them.

    "See we've been tormented for the last month by these people and they've been tormenting my parents and making threats against them," said Woodward.

    In the surveillance video, you can see neighbors running for their lives, but Blake couldn't run.

    He said he plays it back in his head every day.

    "When is he ever going quit and he kept shooting and then there was one more shot he went back over to Roger and shot him in the head," said Blake.

    According to police reports, the video shows Woodward just before the shooting, crawling around on the ground in camouflage.

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