People walk past the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on December 22, 2015, after the sidewalk in front of the venue was once again made accessable to pedestrians. / AFP / FRANCOIS GUILLOT
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In the midst of the bloodbath at a music hall in Paris, one of the gunmen laughed and played the xylophone left behind after the band had fled the stage, according to new accounts emerging six weeks after France's deadliest extremist attacks.The chilling accounts survivors told to investigators are the latest to emerge from the sprawling probe into the most deadly of the coordinated attacks on the French capital claimed by ISIS.Three men got out, guns in hand and wearing suicide vests – Samy Amimour, Omar Mostefai and Foued Mohamed-Aggad.One witness told how the attackers then began toying with the concertgoers.Small groups escaped as the gunmen paused to reload, while said heartbreaking goodbyes.Two of the gunmen climbed on to the stage. Survivors were only allowed to leave once the police determined there were no gunmen hiding among them.At 11:15 p.m., the police reached the door to the corridor and made contact by phone with the gunmen. Crouched behind a rolling 180-kilogram (400-pound) barrier, the police pushed towards the gunmen under a hail of bullets.
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