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Garland, Texas: Drawing Them Out into the Open

In Garland, Texas, two jihadist gunmen on an FBI list opened fire on a crowd with assault rifles while wearing body armor at an event Sunday. Law enforcement officials told The New York Times that the event was a place to gather and share cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.

The two jihadists were killed by a traffic cop of the Garland Police Department, who is credited with saving lives. A security guard and a patrol car were hit by a volley of gunfire just outside. The jihadists were said to have just pulled up and opened fire at the security guard at the gate. Their plan for entering through the fence-line was foiled.

The two suspects were believed to have driven from Phoenix to kill as many of these anti-Islamic attendees as they could. When they arrived, there were extra security precautions including layers of private, local, state, SWAT and various federal agencies like the FBI and ATF on hand.

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