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Lynn, could you elaborate on your post ?
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Seems like it is the usual suspects from what Ive just no surprises
"An 86-year-old priest has been butchered by two 'Islamic' knifemen who cut his throat after bursting into a French church and taking nuns and worshippers hostage before being shot dead by police.

Five people including the priest, two nuns and two parishioners were held by assailants who raided the church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, near the city of Rouen in Normandy at 9am."

Usual suspects usually means people born or brought up since an early age in France/Belgium from immigrant parents, so is that the case here?
Wont be long now before we have right wing governments elected across Europe who will try to sort this mess out once and for all and will end up putting the shutters up to anyone, no matter what sob story they come up with. Back to nationalism.
wouldn't make much difference though dave as most of these killers were already here and have been here for many years
Most but by no means all - and besides, the fact that there are already terrorists in our midst does not preclude the distinct possibility that more will arrive.
Hollande seems to be starting to get the picture:

"We are at war with Daesh"

Good, so when will the internment's start taking place then?
it's now being reported that one of the alleged hostage takers was on France's "S" list, and being further reported in some quarters that one of them was tagged and curfewed for attempting to travel to Syria in 2015.
yeah he got thro the police checks because for the question

are you a Daesh supporter ?
are you planning a church attack where you cut the throat of a priest ?

he put an 'X' in the Non box....

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