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The suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks was killed Wednesday in a massive predawn raid by French police commandos, two senior European intelligence officials said, after investigators followed leads that the fugitive militant was holed up north of the French capital and could be plotting another wave of violence.
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I guess this is good news for now, until another psychopath takes over. The news stated that his own family wanted him dead. Sad for everyone involved
Good news Stacie, the fact that justice was swift and severe might send a message to the perpetrators that these kinds of attacks will not be taken lightly.
I wish that it were true but they have shown their willingness to die for their cause no matter how screwed up that may be. Our solution of playing wack-a-mole by either waiting for them to attack or parading a platoon down the streets of Ramadi is all we have done besides sitting back and collecting data and waiting to get some sort of evidence of which can be legally acted. It is one of ISIS's tools in their chest against us. Lincoln realized the danger and obstructionism of those doing acts that hindered information and arrests during the Civil War and suspended writ of habeas corpus to deal with the problem. A similar situation has to evolve in order to flush out these cells and prevent the terrorists from using our own laws to hide from us.
by Jill Spencer2 years ago
Does Angelina Jolie's passive-aggressive tweet re the Paris attacks tick you off, too?As the world reacts in horror, sadness and anger over the Paris attacks, Jolie tweeted, "Whilst everyone talks about #Paris no...
by Parul Srivastava2 years ago
Paris attacks were very sad.Do you agree?The terrorist attacks in Paris were horrific.That an attack of such scale and ferocity could be mounted in Paris is shameful. France tops the list of European countries whose...
by fishskinfreak20088 years ago
North Korea was behind this...without a doubt
by LongTimeMother2 years ago
If you haven't yet seen news of the attacks in Paris, time to take a look. French borders have been closed and the country is in a state of emergency. What a tragedy. Sadly, we are all reminded of just how vulnerable we...
by prettydarkhorse7 years ago
I received this twitter news - News media rumor & speculation is that Osama bin Laden is dead!
by dashingscorpio2 years ago
After recent attacks in Paris should the U.S. go forward with it's plan to accept 10,000 Syrians?Do you feel we have the ability to screen out potential ISIS terrorists pretending to be Syrian refugees? or Do you...
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