Graphic Video of Paris Attack Suggests Terrorists Experienced with Concerted Plan

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A brutal video from the terrorist shootings in Paris shows men armed with Kalashnikov rifles  firing heavily in the middle of a street and executing a police officer.

In the video, one of the gunmen walked over to assassinate the wounded officer, previously hit, to shoot him in the head from point-blank range as he held his hands up.

It is believed that the gunmen shouted, “We have avenged the prophet.”

Screams can be heard in the background as the two men walked down the street then headed back to their car. The terrorists spoke perfect French, and experts said the video suggests the gunmen had military training. The fact that the attack reportedly happened during a weekly editorial meeting, when a large number of staff could be expected to be present in the office, indicates that the attackers collected intelligence and carefully planned their assault.

The gunmen attacked the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Twelve people were shot dead, and more are in critical condition. Of the 12 killed, 10 were journalists and two were police officers guarding the building.

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And, somewhere at CNN they are trying desperately to link this attack to The Tea Party!

Mohammed was not a Prophet...... He was a Military Leader!

Another example of what to expect from a non-violent peace loving muslim religion. Supported and financed by king Osama and his buddy Soarass. Are you ready to convert before you are beheaded? Wake up world these morons are pure evil and the religion is not a religion. It is an association of psychopaths.

Start carrying and stay heavely armed .

I found it interesting that they showed up when their targets were all in a room having a meeting -almost like they had intel from inside 



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