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Gunman in Ottawa terror attack said Canadian soldiers "not safe in your own land"

  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson speaks, Friday, March 6, 2015, in Ottawa, Ontario, at the Commons Public Safety committee to publicly display and discuss the video Michael Zehaf-Bibeau filmed just prior to his shooting rampage last October on Parliament Hill. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Fred Chartrand)

    Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson speaks, Friday, March 6, 2015, in Ottawa, Ontario, at the Commons Public Safety committee to publicly display and discuss the video Michael Zehaf-Bibeau filmed just prior to his shooting rampage last October on Parliament Hill. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Fred Chartrand)  (The Associated Press)

  • This image provided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police shows Michael Zehaf-Bibeau appearing in a cellphone video he filmed prior to his Oct. 22, 2014, shooting rampage on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario. In the video, Zehaf-Bibeau said that he believed Canada had no right to involve its military in Afghanistan. RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson showed a brief portion of the video during a House of Commons public safety committee meeting. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press)

    This image provided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police shows Michael Zehaf-Bibeau appearing in a cellphone video he filmed prior to his Oct. 22, 2014, shooting rampage on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario. In the video, Zehaf-Bibeau said that he believed Canada had no right to involve its military in Afghanistan. RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson showed a brief portion of the video during a House of Commons public safety committee meeting. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press)  (The Associated Press)

  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson talks to the media, Friday, March 6, 2015, in Ottawa, Ontario, after appearing at the Commons Public Safety committee to publicly display and discuss the video Michael Zehaf-Bibeau filmed just prior to his shooting rampage last October on Parliament Hill. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Fred Chartrand)

    Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson talks to the media, Friday, March 6, 2015, in Ottawa, Ontario, after appearing at the Commons Public Safety committee to publicly display and discuss the video Michael Zehaf-Bibeau filmed just prior to his shooting rampage last October on Parliament Hill. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Fred Chartrand)  (The Associated Press)

The gunman who killed a Canadian soldier and then stormed Parliament before being shot to death believed Canada had no right to involve its military in Afghanistan and that Canadian soldiers are "not even safe in your own land."

That's what Michael Zehaf-Bibeau said in a cell phone video he made in his car just before last October's attack. Police released the video on Friday.

The attack began at Canada's war memorial, where Zehaf-Bibeau shot and killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was assigned to the honor guard there. Zehaf-Bibeau was eventually gunned down inside Parliament by the sergeant-at-arms of the House of Commons, Kevin Vickers.