SHOCKING video has emerged of the moment the two attackers lured police toward them by dragging their butchered victim into the middle of the road before they were shot at eight times.
The two men - identified as Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22 - can be glimpsed brandishing tools for fighting in broad daylight as they battled agents following the brutal killing of Drummer Lee Rigby.
The video, obtained by The Daily Mirror, was recorded on film from a balcony of a nearby impede of flats and displays one terror suspect, accepted to be Michael Adebolajo, charging at policeman with a blade while his accomplice sprints beside with a hand cannon.
Adebolajo gets inside a few meters of a feminine policeman agent, equipped with just a Taser, before another agent undoes fire with two shots sending the suspect rambling backwards.
Shouts can be heard in the background as a farther volley of six shots are fired by police at the other, unnamed, suppose. Both men can be glimpsed writhing on the ground as agents with cannons aimed alignment them to stay down.
Police have inquired the public to supply any video or still images they have of the view as they try to recreate events surrounding the brutal murder of Drummer Rigby with accurate minutia.
The attackers claimed onlookers record their activities on mobile phones and dozens of short clips have been supplied to detectives enquiring the case.
A total of four persons encompassing the two men shot by police have now been arrested in connection with the brutal attack.
Scotland backyard said a man and a woman, both 29, have been held on suspicion of conspiracy to killing and are being interrogated at a policeman station in south London.
The two men who were shot, aged 22 and 28, have been apprehended on doubt of killing and stay in clinic in a steady status with non-life-threatening wounds.
Police watchdog the unaligned policeman accusations charge (IPCC) said it was not pursuing any criminal or misconduct offences in relative to the officers who utilized their tools for fighting.
IPCC examiners have examined CCTV of what occurred, and said two agents fired cannons and one released a Taser.
They have granted initial anecdotes of what happened, IPCC commissioner Derrick Campbell said.
"Our enquiry is as a result of the tragic events yesterday and I would like to express my genuine sympathies to the family of Lee Rigby at this awful time,'' he said.
"The IPCC is independently verifying information considering the attenuating factors of this occurrence and we can pledge the Woolwich community, and wider public, that our investigation will be thorough.''
Meantime, Lincolnshire policeman handed out a warning to people on communal media sites about making comments which could incite racial abhorrence, as its agents proceeded a search of a house in their locality believed to relate to the attackers.
In a declaration, the force said: "We would advocate persons to address the very genuine influence of their online remarks in relative to this matter.
“We have obtained a number of reports from localized constituents of the public about tweets (on Twitter)and Facebook remarks that could possibly incite racial abhorrence and aggression.
“These are actually being enquired. If such communications are described to us and they do breach the law, those messages may be monitored; apprehended and robust police activity will be considered.”