Sunday, 10 May 2015

Transpicuous News- May 6th 2015: Video

Here is the Archive Video from The Transpicuous News Midweek Report on May 6th, 2015

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Gunmen shot dead outside Dallas conference on Prophet cartoons

2 gunmen killed outside Mohammed ‘art event’ in Texas

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Bill Clinton's plane makes unscheduled landing in Tanzania

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Harn said investigators spent the night searching the suspects' vehicle for bombs or explosives. None were found, but they detonated the vehicle for safety's sake. Harn says luggage was found inside the vehicle, but it isn't clear when the suspects arrived in North Texas.
Both suspects' bodies remained at the scene as of Monday morning, with dozens of shell casings surrounding them.
UPDATE, 1:02 AM: A loud boom could be heard: A source says police used an EMP to detonate any possible bombs.
 SWAT members were already at the scene for the art event. Rowlett/Sachse Scanner reported on Facebook that a suspect was inside a nearby Walmart, off Garland Avenue and Naaman Forest Boulevard, with a hand grenade. A 1,000-foot radius around the Walmart was shut down and the Academy Store was evacuated, according to that page.

"Under the fire that he was put under, he did a very good job and probably saved lives," said police spokesman Joe Harn. “We had a SWAT react team in the back that very quickly responded within seconds and helped secure the scene.”
Police Planned For Mohammed Cartoon Event
Authorities developed a security plan months ahead of a contest where cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed were to be displayed.
A SWAT team that had been positioned on the other side of the centre was able to respond to the sounds of gunfire within seconds and help secure the scene.

Johnny Roby of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, was attending the conference. He said he was outside the building when he heard around 20 shots that appeared to be coming from the direction of a passing car.

Roby said he then heard two single shots before officers yelled that they had the car before he was sent inside the building.


Controlled Attendance, Ideal for Staging

In addition to this, the only witnesses to the shooting were police, with both “attackers” allegedly shot dead outside the event, while attendees were under armed guard inside.

Note also that Garland authorities have told the media, FOX and CNN on Sunday evening, that all the attendees were from “out of state”, indicating that they had all traveled from outside of Garland, Texas
"Right when we were beginning to drive away, we heard gunshots," Cynthia Belisle, who attended the event with a friend, told NBC News. "We thought they were fireworks, but they were not."
Belisle said that dozens of cops sprang into action and that she was told to stay put.
She said she heard a second round of shooting and saw police rushing toward the far end of the parking lot with arms drawn.

Ms Geller, 56, is banned from entering the United Kingdom, following a ruling by Theresa May in 2013 preventing her from speaking at a rally for the far-Right English Defence League rally in London.
The Home Office said Geller had been told not to travel to Britain because she had set up organisations “described as anti-Muslim hate groups".

Geller said during the event that her group had spent thousands of dollars on private security guards, several of whom could be seen standing on stage.

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