(Meanwhile, at Di$info Jone$’ website, they are pushing this story as valid (see here, here and here) while also running with a story about an evil “ISIS” baby beheading it’s own teddy bear. The suspect claims he “somehow” found the gun in suitcase near where he typically sleeps (he’s homeless). He said the gun, ammo and a cell phone were in the suitcase. Early reports claimed the “heroes” followed the suspect onto the train.
Belgian journalist Marin Buxant Tweeted that the US Marines were on leave in Brussels when they spotted the man and followed him on the train. When the suspect went into the toilet, the Marines recognised the sound of a weapon being armed and decided to act immediately. (Source: Mail Online)
Is it possible he found the suitcase because when he was near it, the phone started ringing? He says he never fired a shot. One of the “heroes”, a British/South African contractor says the rifle was “jammed” or the ammo “had a bad primer” … as in… all the ammo had the primers removed?But if he never fired a shot, how did one person get a gunshot wound and end up in the hospital? I guess we need a ballistics report to answer that one… oh but wait…
Of course, the real story is pending an actual ballistics investigation (which may not be made public under a national security letter)
If they were going to arm the guy so they could heroically take him down, you think they would give him a working AK? Not likely. Notice how they also introduce a “box cutter” into the story? 9/11 anyone? Lest we forget.)
from 21st Century Wire
Everyone loves a good story, especially one with a happy ending – and in the US, if that happy ending has a military flavor too – then it makes for an even better story. On closer examination however, this latest random ‘terror’ incident in Paris appears somewhat scripted.
This past Friday, at 5:45 p.m. on a TGV ‘bullet’ train during the height of commuter rush hour in the town of Oignies near the historic town of Arras, a “Moroccan man” was said to be carrying an automatic assault rifle. As if by magic (indeed, magic seems to play a central role in all Daily Shooter events), two plain clothed US serviceman and their ‘childhood friend’ on a European vacation, where hot on the scene – and sprung into action to thwart a potential deadly terrorist attack.
Both President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron have already weighed-in to shower praise of the heroic actions of these three US men and another British citizen involved.
The lone gunman was then quickly subdued by Airman First Class Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos, a specialist in the National Guard from Oregon, Anthony Sadler (no military affiliations or government affiliations mentioned) and “British” passenger Chris Norman.
The same script seems to have been circulated to all US media outlets. The New York Times report has particularly colorful, made-for-TV account of the dramatic moment:
“Mr. Skarlatos, who was returning from a deployment in Afghanistan, looked over at the powerfully built Mr. Stone, a martial arts enthusiast. “Let’s go, go!” he shouted”
So, two US military men just happened to be at the exact location and at the exact moment of a would-be Islamic cut-out character with a rifle who was in the process of “opening fire on a random train full of civilians”.
Now if you are thinking to yourself, ‘what are odds of that?’ – you’re not alone.
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