First published in the WSJ. As I pointed earlier, it seemed fishy. Even Snopes says the story is false! What's worse is the suicide bombers - three of them at the stadium (apparently) not managing to kill anyone but themselves (plus one person accidentally). So... we have to believe that there were suicide bombers, arriving late for the game, not getting in and then merely killing themselves?fish5133 wrote:From BBC website
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-34846376A compelling story about a heroic Muslim security guard stopping a suicide bomber from entering the Stade de France on Friday, saving perhaps hundreds of lives, is making the rounds on social media. But it's not true.
http://www.firstpost.com/world/zou-dunn ... 09728.html
This complete timeline is very interesting:
https://willyloman.wordpress.com/2015/1 ... -in-syria/
How is it that a total of 6 suicide bombers managed to detonate their explosives without killing anyone other than themselves with the single exception of a person who just happened to be walking by and appears to have been killed by accident?
Why did multiple suicide bombers detonate their explosive devices outside a packed stadium rather than make entrance to it so they could target more people? Any people?