CIA bin Laden hunter Michael Scheuer Says Paris Killers Cherif and Said Kouachi Have Second Act Possible Hostage Taking and Beheading ‘Muslim Terrorists need to be Terminated’
Friday, January 09, 2015
As per ex-CIA bin Laden hunter Michael Scheuer on Fox News live this morning in regard to Paris gunmen Said Kouachi and brother Cherif Kouachi, photos above,, the only way to deal with Muslim terrorists, Al-Qaeda or ISIS, is to kill them all, well said Michael.
HOSTAGE TAKING: The three gunmen in the Paris attacks have probably planned a dramatic “second act” to the murder of ten journalists at Charlie Hebdo, a former senior CIA agent who was involved in the search for Osama bin Laden has told The Telegraph. Michael Scheuer, who led the hunt for bin Laden from 1996-1999, said the gunmen’s decision to hide their identities and plot their escape suggested their mission was not at an end, and could be capped by a jubilant propaganda video celebrating their successful mission. “They weren’t suicide guys, given the fact that they wore gloves and masks,” Mr Scheuer said. “The effort that went into this suggests that there is a second part to this. Whether it’s another attack or a video I don’t know.
Both Cherif Kouachi, 32, and brother Said, 34, had been on the United States terrorist watch list “for years”. An American official said the brothers were banned from travelling to the US and had been monitored by French intelligence services. The US official said Said Kouachi travelled to Yemen in 2011, where he received training from an al-Qaeda affiliate in small-arms combat and marksmanship.
The two brothers Cherif Kouachi and Said Kouachi suspected of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo seized a hostage Friday as police cornered the gunmen northeast of the capital in a dramatic climax to the manhunt. Snipers were deployed on roofs and helicopters swooped low over a small printing business in the town of Dammartin-en-Goele, only 12 kilometres (seven miles) from Paris’s main Charles de Gaulle airport. Ahead of the stand-off, police had already exchanged fire with the pair in a high-speed car chase. Prosecutors told AFP there had been “no casualties reported” in the immediate aftermath of the shoot-out.
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