Saturday, March 18, 2017

Radical Islamist 'Zied B' Shoot Dead at Paris Orly Airport Baggage Area Which is Vulnerable to Terror Attacks Says Private Eye Bill Warner


Private Investigator Bill Warner had warned that Airport check-in baggage areas are vulnerable to Muslim terrorist attacks, see Tampa WFLA video above. In the last nine months there has been Muslim terror attacks at the 'Istanbul Atatürk Airport', the 'Fort Lauderdale International Airport' and now 'Orly Airport' in Paris France. Saturday March 18th, 2017 Radical Islamist 'Zied B' Shot dead at Paris Orly Airport Check-in Baggage Area Which Are Vulnerable to Terrorist Attacks.  
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A convicted criminal with links to radical Islam sent a text message to his brother and father stating 'I shot the police', shortly before he was shot dead during an attack at Paris Orly airport. The 39-year-old, identified by police sources as Zied B., was killed after wrestling a soldier's gun from her and fleeing into a McDonald's. Less than two hours earlier he had shot a female police officer in the head in a northern Paris suburb during a routine stop-and-search.
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The suspected attacker killed at Paris’ Orly airport, see photo above in baggage area, on Saturday after trying to wrestle away a soldiers weapon was a 39-year-old who was known to police for robbery and drug offenses, the prosecutors’ office said. Prosecutors said he was born in 1978 and had nine unspecified infractions on his criminal record. French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the attacker assaulted three Air Force soldiers who were patrolling the airport. He said the soldier who was attacked managed to hold on to her rifle and the two soldiers she was with opened fire to protect her and the public. A national police official said the soldiers are part of the Sentinel special force installed around France to protect sensitive sites after a string of deadly Islamic extremist attacks. Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux said the man was linked with a carjacking about 90 minutes earlier in a northern Paris suburb and that police and intelligence services know who he is.


June 30 2016, TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The terrorist attack at Istanbul Atatürk Airport has officials across the United States on alert. Airport officials are worried about other terrorists and copycats. News Channel 8 talked with a terrorism expert about Tampa International Airport. We walked through the airport with the expert. Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner said once you’re past the TSA security checkpoint, you’re good to go. However, he said, the airport is extremely vulnerable before that point. His concern starts at the curb. “There’s no security here to stop and search cars,” Warner explained. “That’s not how it is.” He also pointed to the crowded shops and stores. There’s a black hole the airport has to fill, Bill Warner said.

“If they get this far … it’s a big problem,” he warned. Bill Warner showed News Channel 8 the strengths and weaknesses of the airport’s security. Bill Warner said Tampa International may be more vulnerable than other airports. “I would say from my point of view, yeah … You have multiple entrances on both sides of the building, vulnerable to a car bomb outside, vulnerable to a terrorist attack in the doorways,” he said. With that said, there are safeguards in place. “The dog walking around here with the police officer, the armed police officer, that’s great,” Bill Warner said. “Checking out bags, checking out garbage bags. That’s what needs to be done.”
January 6, 2017...UPDATE TOLD YOU SO: Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooter Esteban Santiago Said he Killed Random People for ISIS During Bond Hearing. Accused Florida airport shooter Esteban Santiago told investigators that he spoke with ISIS terrorists in “jihadi chat rooms” and carried out the deadly Jan. 6 attack at the airport baggage pickup area on behalf of ISIS, authorities said Tuesday during a bond hearing. Santiago, 26, practiced firing his semiautomatic handgun at a range in Alaska during the months before he allegedly killed five people and wounded six others at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, FBI agents testified, according to The Orlando Sentinel. “At various points…he said he carried out the attack because of government mind control,” prosecutor Ricardo Del Toro said. “But he later said he did so because of [ISIS]…after participating in jihadi chat roms.” He was on no psychiatric drugs, FBI agents said, only taking anti-anxiety medication and an herbal supplement to aid with sleep.
PROFILE MUSLIMS: Former CIA officer Bob Baer told the network ISIS is already on this side of the Atlantic. “I have been told with no uncertainty there are ISIS sleeper cells in this country,” he said. One ISIS fighter already has hinted as much. In several telephone conversations with a Reuters reporter over the past few months, Islamic State fighters suggest their leader, Iraqi Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is planning something for the West – and that attacks could take place through sleeper cells in both Europe and the United States. 



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