Saturday, November 14, 2015

There is much debate whether all the security travelers and other must go
through post-9/11 is useful or just an illusion to make people feel
secure.
And it"s been proven time and time again, that no amount of security
can stop all tragedy if we and others are to live in freedom.
But last night
in Paris, amid all the carnage, fear, and chaos wrought by the coordinated
Islamic State attacks on the city, it has emerged that a security check saved
lives.
Thanks to a guard at France"s national soccer stadium, three civilian
lives were tragically lost there rather than what could have been
hundreds."Related: What to Do If You"re a Tourist In Paris Right NowThis is
how it reportedly went down: According to the Wall Street Journal, one of the
IS suicide bombers had a ticket to the France versus Germany soccer match and
tried to enter the stadium.
However, when the man went through the security
gate, a guard patted him down and found the explosives vest.
Instead of
entering the stadium to blow himself up in the middle of tens thousands of
spectators (the venue holds 80,000 when at capacity) and ignite a deadly
stampede, he was forced to retreat and detonate his vest, packed with
explosives and bolts, outside."
Spectators invade the pitch of the Stade de France stadium after the
international friendly soccer France against Germany, Friday, Nov.
13, 2015 in
Saint Denis, outside Paris.
Multiple fatal attacks were coordinated throughout
the city.
(AP Photo/Michel Euler)Three people (other than the attackers) were
killed and several security guards were injured.
Soon after two more suicide
bombers subsequently blew themselves up near the stadium."More than 129 people
were killed and hundreds more injured in the various attacks, with a reported
89 massacred at Bataclan Theater."Related: Two Men Linked to Paris Attacks
Registered as Migrants in Greece
Thanks to a guard at France's national
soccer stadium, three civilian lives were tragically lost there rather than
what could have been hundreds.  Related: What to Do If You're a Tourist In
Paris Right Now This is how it reportedly went down: According to the Wall
Street Journal, one of the IS suicide bombers had a ticket to the France
versus Germany soccer match and tried to enter the stadium.
Instead of
entering the stadium to blow himself up in the middle of tens thousands of
spectators (the venue holds 80,000 when at capacity) and ignite a deadly
stampede, he was forced to retreat and detonate his vest, packed with
explosives and bolts, outside.  Spectators invade the pitch of the Stade de
France stadium after the international friendly soccer France against Germany,
Friday, Nov.
13, 2015 in Saint Denis, outside Paris..Thanks to a guard at
France's national soccer stadium, three civilian lives were tragically lost
there rather than what could have been hundreds.  Related: What to Do If
You're a Tourist In Paris Right Now This is how it reportedly went down:
According to the Wall Street Journal, one of the IS suicide bombers had a
ticket to the France versus Germany soccer match and tried to enter the
stadium.
Instead of entering the stadium to blow himself up in the middle of
tens thousands of spectators (the venue holds 80,000 when at capacity) and
ignite a deadly stampede, he was forced to retreat and detonate his vest,
packed with explosives and bolts, outside.  Spectators invade the pitch of
the Stade de France stadium after the international friendly soccer France
against Germany, Friday, Nov.
13, 2015 in Saint Denis, outside Paris.

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