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Re: At Least Ten Killed in Charlie Hebdo Shooting in France

First chilling footage from inside Paris deli shows jihadist killer herding terrified customers and forcing them to deactivate security cameras as corpses lay around them
  • CCTV shows inside Paris kosher deli as Amedy Coulibaly takes hostages
  • Gunman pictured at the back of store four hours before being killed
  • Second frame shows terrified shoppers huddled together near checkout
  • Body of staff member killed after grabbing Coulibaly's gun also shown
  • Coulibaly killed four people before dying in hail of 40 police bullets


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These are the dramatic first images from inside the kosher deli in Paris where fanatical gunman Amedy Coulibaly murdered four shoppers before being killed by armed police.
CCTV footage taken from cameras inside the Hyper Cacher store shows bodies on the floor while a child's pushchair sits empty in one of the isles which is littered with abandoned shopping.
In another chilling image Coulibaly can be seen in the back of the shop wearing a bullet proof vest while a shop assistant stands against the opposite wall with his hands up.
A time-stamp at the bottom of the image shows the time as 1.40pm, almost exactly four hours before firearms officers cut Coulibaly down in a hail of 40 bullets at 5.21pm local time.

One of the bodies, pictured next to a checkout, is believed to be that of Yohan Cohen, the 22-year-old shop worker who grabbed one of Coulibaly's rifles after the terrorist placed it down.
According to witness accounts Mr Cohen picked up the gun and attempted to turn it on Coulibaly only to find it had jammed. The terrorist then shot him in cold blood and he died on the spot.

Cohen was killed alongside Yoav Hattab, Francois-Michel Saada and Phillipe Braham.
Their bodies have since been flown back to Israel where hey were laid to rest in a private ceremony in Jerusalem yesterday after an emotional funeral attended by thousands of mourners.
In other images some of the hostages can be seen standing on stools or reaching up towards cameras on the ceiling after being instructed to destroy the devices by Coulibaly.

The footage survived because it was being remotely recorded on to a hard drive, and was not stored in the CCTV units themselves.
Another image shows the clearly terrified hostages huddled together near the checkouts soon after Colibaly stormed in wielding machine guns and announcing 'you know who I am'.

In total 19 people were trapped inside the east Paris store for several hours on Friday last week as armed police surrounded it.
Three people were shot instantly, while two groups fled to the basement where they hid in cold storage units in temperatures as low as -3C.
One man, known only as Ilan, was pictured wrapping his young son in a coat as they cowered in the basement, fearing for their lives.
Meanwhile, upstairs, Coulibaly was explaining to the remaining hostages that he had come from Islamic State and had coordianted his attack with Said and Cheif Kouachi.
The brothers had attacked the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo two days previously, and were at that moment also surrounded by armed police in a print works outside the city.
After murdering Mr Cohen, Coulibaly ordered some of the other hostages to come up from the freezers, which they did, before ordering one man, named as Mickael B, to call a TV station.
Coulibaly BFM TV, justifying his actions and admitting he had killed a policewoman shot while on duty during a traffic stop on Thursday.
Secretly, Mickael then also called police. ‘A policeman told me that we should be ready to throw ourselves flat on the ground when the assault came, which would be soon,’ he said.
‘It was obvious that the terrorist was preparing to die. He said it was his reward. He had a weapon in each hand and boxes of cartridges nearby. He suddenly began to pray.’
It was at this point that the siege came to a dramatic conclusion as the gunman charged at officers as they prepared to detonate explosives at the front of the store.

Coulibaly was then cut down in a hail of 40 bullets fired by officers who had been on duty for more than 50 hours by that point.
The hostages were then freed and were pictured running from the shop, the look of horror clear to see on the face of one man as he sprinted from the scene clutching his young son.
Just minutes before officers had also stormed into the print works where the Kouachis were making their last stand, ending one of the bloodiest weeks in recent memory in France.
In the immediate aftermath of the attacks solidarity marches were organised in major cities around the country and the globe, with thousands waving banners reading Je suis Charlie - I am Charlie - in sympathy with the journalists that died.

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Attack: Gunman Amedy Coulibaly, 32, is pictured wearing a bullet proof vest as a member of staff from the kosher deli he attacked in Paris puts his hands against a wall four hours before police stormed in

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Armed: Wearing a bullet-proof vest over a pair of jeans and a t-shirt, gunman Amedy Coulibaly is pictured at the top of the frame speaking to hostages after storming into a kosher supermarket in Paris

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Terror: Hostages inside the Hyper Cacher mart huddle together near the checkouts after watching four of their fellow shoppers murdered in cold blood

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Captive: In total 19 people were trapped inside the market after Coulibaly attacked with two Kalashnikov rifles, with this group stuck inside the shop while others hid in the basement freezers

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Murdered: two bodies are pictured on the floor of the market. The one closest to the camera is believed to be Yohan Cohen who was shot after he grabbed one of Coulibaly's guns, only to find it had jammed

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Abandoned: An empty pushchair sits in an isle of thew shop. It is not known which of the hostages this belonged to, but one man known as Ilan was pictured in the freezers cradling his young son

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Raid: Shopping lies abandoned on the floor after customers were forced to flee when Coulibaly stormed in, shot three people dead, then declared 'you know who I am'

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Stacked goods lie scattered across the floor of the deli after they were knocked off their shelves during the chaotic situation


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A group of hostages, under instructions from Coulibaly, work together to disable one of the security cameras

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The group had to shift several storage bags and use a ladder in order to reach the camera

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The man is recorded by the camera as he hands a piece of equipment down to another person held captive alongside him in the kosher deli

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Taking charge: Roughly an hour after Coulibaly stormed into the supermarket staff were ordered to destroy the CCTV cameras. The footage survived as it was being stored remotely

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The job finished, one of the hostages leaves the room, as the man disabling the camera looks behind him

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Destroyed: One of the hostages climbs on to a stool to destroy a security camera on the orders of Coulibaly, who was holding 19 people hostage inside at the time

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The inside of the deli (pictured) was left in a mess after Coulibaly stormed the store, killing four people


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Eric Holder was on the news fear mongering by saying how likely it is that these type of terrorist attacks would happen in the US, but I highly doubt it. Here in the States, if you steal a car, you have 20 cops chasing you in 5 minutes with a spike strip in front of your car in 10. If you rob a bank, you have an entire department outside just itching for you to fire at them so they can put you out of your misery. After the North Hollywood Shootout, most departments, especially in big cities, carry AR-15 assault rifles in their patrol cars for this specific reason. Two well armed terrorists would have certainly killed all the civilians they had, but would have been dropped by the police right at the scene.

Furthermore, who knows what all these civilians with cameras would be doing. I cant imagine there wouldnt be a few well armed people firing at them from the rooftops.
Hasn't stopped your mass shootings in movie theaters, schools and other places by angry teenagers. Why do you doubt attacks on American soil? These terrorists expect and await death for them it brings glory, they don't give a shit if they die after 5 or 50 mins, goes for homegrown and radical islam.

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Also your police response time is fantasy, most stolen cars don't end with "cops" style high speed police chases and bank robberies usually don't end in Hollywood shootouts.


How long and how many cops did it take to find the Boston bombers? A random guy with an ak in a shopping mall could wreak havoc for a while before the proper authorities could provide an actual response. Multiply that random guy into a small squad in the middle of nowhere America and the police force probably wouldn't even be equipped to deal with it and need outside forces and swat teams to aid them further increasing response time.

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Two killed in Belgium police anti-terror raid in Verviers

Two suspected jihadists have been killed in an anti-terror operation in eastern Belgium, officials say.

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A third person had been arrested in the raid in Verviers and weapons are reported to have been recovered.

Prosecutor Eric Van Der Sypt told reporters police had targeted a group returning from Syria who had been about to launch attacks in a matter of hours.

Suspects had opened fire on police, he said. There were also overnight searches in the Brussels area.
Speaking after Thursday's raids in Verviers, Mr Van Der Sypt said: "The suspects immediately and for several minutes opened fire with military weaponry and handguns on the special units of the federal police before they were neutralised."

After the raid, four Kalashnikovs, bomb-making equipment and police clothing were found, according to local media. Security forces remain in the Verviers area.

Anti-terror raids also took place late on Thursday in Brussels and surrounding towns, including Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, Anderlecht and Schaerbeek.

Earlier on Thursday two suspected Islamists were arrested in the Brussels suburb of Zaventem, local media reported.

Belgian officials say more than 300 people have left Belgium to fight with Islamic militant groups in Syria and Iraq.

'Just terrified'
Belgian journalist Mark Eeckhaut told the BBC the suspects in Verviers had wanted to attack a police station and cause a large number of casualties.

The terror threat level in Belgium has been raised to three - the second highest, Mr Van Der Sypt said.

Witnesses in Verviers reported hearing heavy gunfire for several minutes and at least three explosions.

Witness Marylou Fletcher told the BBC: "We were going back from shopping and saw the police cars. We thought there was an accident then we heard something blowing up. There were a lot of gunshots.

"My children cried. They are just terrified."

The area around the train station has been cordoned off and reports on social media say there is a heavy police presence in the town centre.

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel later said the security operation "shows the government's determination to fight those who want to spread terror", his spokesman said.

British Prime Minister David Cameron said events in Belgium "look like yet another indication of the huge risk we face from Islamist extremist terror in Europe".

"We have to remain extremely vigilant, we have to take all the steps we can to beat this evil," he told reporters in Washington where he is to hold talks with President Barack Obama.

Verviers is in the province of Liege, close to the German border, and has a population of about 56,000.

The incident comes a week after attacks in neighbouring France that killed 17 people. Belgian media has reported that some of the weapons used in those attacks were bought in Brussels.

Mr Van Der Sypt said no weapons link with the killings in France had been established.

However there are fears that the suspects captured or killed in this operation could have been inspired by the killings in France to accelerate their own plans, the BBC's Chris Morris in Verviers says.

The attacks in and around Paris - on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, a kosher market and police - have heightened security fears in several European countries.

In May last year, four people were killed inside the Jewish museum in Brussels. A Frenchman of Algerian descent is in custody in Belgium over the attack.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30840160
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...n-Belgium.html
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/w...raid/21808053/
Most of the weapons used in Paris terrorist attacks that killed 17 people last week were bought from criminal gangs and arms dealers in Belgium, according to police sources.

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Are you talking to me?
Oh, no! I'm talking about the situation in general. I'm so sorry if that seemed derected towards you!

My family is free do be muslim as long as they're peaceful, and people are free to critisize the bigotry in the religion that's quite outdated by todays standards. I think freedom of speech is incredibly important, even if I don't really like what other folks are saying. I can sit down and talk to them and see why they think that way, but there's no point of being hateful if I disagree.

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And I bet you all thought that these cunts were marching with the public


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