They weren’t ‘radical extremists’, they were just pious Islam 101’ers carrying out the dictates of the koran.
H/T: Bosch Fawstin
Garland terror victim to FBI: Did you sit on your hands while I got shot?
A man shot in the leg during a 2015 terrorist attack is pushing the FBI to explain why one of its agents was at the scene and did nothing, and if the agent was filming the incident for the terrorists as part of his undercover work of trying to infiltrate the group.
Bruce Joiner was working security for the controversial “Draw Muhammad” event in Garland, Texas, when two radical Islamic extremists, Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi, pulled up to the parking lot checkpoint where he was stationed. The two opened fire at the checkpoint.
Simpson and Soofi were wearing body armor and had arrived at the event in a car stocked with firearms and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. But because the “Draw Muhammad” event was so controversial, it was also well-guarded.
Snipers quickly shot the attackers just yards away from where they started shooting. Joiner was the only casualty in what became the first attack on American soil in which the Islamic State claimed responsibility.