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The Colorado gunman who killed a sheriff’s deputy and wounded four others live-streamed his deeds online, the latest in a disturbing trend of shooters sharing their rampage violence.

Matthew Riehl opened fire on officers after he called 911 early Sunday south of Denver, and killed deputy Zackari Parrish before being shot and killed in a shootout with SWAT.

The video on Periscope obtained by KDVR and KUSA saw Riehl tell officers “leave me alone” amid the sound of 100 gunshots and a smoke alarm triggered by the violence.

Matthew Riehl shared hours of Periscope video before shooting Colorado sheriff's deputies.
Matthew Riehl shared hours of Periscope video before shooting Colorado sheriff’s deputies.

Clips before the shooting itself showed the shooter call 911, talk about drinking scotch and having firearms, and claim he wanted a restraining order against his “domestic partner.”

Killers uploading video of their crimes has become a macabre trend as streaming has become more accessible, with a string of similar shares including Cleveland killer Steven Stephens last year.

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