Shooting in Strasbourg, France, treated as ‘terror’; 2 dead, several wounded, known terrorist gunman on the run, officials say

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A shooting in Strasbourg, France, on Tuesday killed two people, wounded at least 11 others and is being treated as an act of “terror,” police and government officials said, adding that the gunman is on the run.

The suspect opened fire in downtown Strasbourg on Orfevre Street around 8 p.m. local time, government authorities Préfet de la région Grand-Est et du Bas-Rhin revealed on Twitter.

Of the 11 people hurt, seven of them were badly injured and four suffered minor wounds, the officials said.

The gunman is known to police and has a criminal record, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner told reporters.

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9 Responses to Shooting in Strasbourg, France, treated as ‘terror’; 2 dead, several wounded, known terrorist gunman on the run, officials say

  1. czarowniczy says:

    Yet another case of Guuuuuunnnnnnn Violennnnnnnnce. Maybe we should send them Schumer who can tell them the only way to security is to take all of the guns away from law abiding citizens and, while kneeling before the Moslems, expose our throats and beg for their acceptance.
    After all, the French have been importing Moslems by the boatloads for decades, giving them full and unfettered access to the French social welfare buffet…maybe Chuckie can show them how they were doing it wrong.

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  2. czarowniczy says:

    BTW, if the EU would just outlaw the celebration of Christmas in Europe these Moslem violent reactions would just end, poof.

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  3. Gunman. The news reports, every single one of them misspelled “Muslim”.

    Gun Man. Those are both bad words, and evocative.

    If France would just ban both guns and men, there would be no gun-men, right?

    Even in the idiotic comments at the Daily Mail, the only comments allowed are blaming the (American) NRA and (American President) Donald Trump. IN FRANCE. Yes, commenters are this stupid and asinine. And men, and guns. And gun-men. I think we should either ban soy and soy products, or open comments to honest discussion about Muhammad and his teachings and commandments. One or the other. Well, the former would undoubtedly lead to the latter.


    • I wish Marvel or DC would make “superhero” called Soy Man. What a contradictory name for a superhero, right? Main abilities are commenting at every left-wing website and having every single comment approved.

      Maybe I can convince Arkhaven Comics to do it.


  4. The ultimate troll. I hope he does it.

    Europe, especially France, needs Trump to wear this at his next speech.

    And the Muslims all need to go back home. And the leftists in their government all need to go do things with themselves that should never be discussed in polite company, forever, leaving the governing to the people who care more about their nations than their wallets and leftist cred.


    • I really hope that I can one day go to France or Norway or England one day, and experience nothing but French or Norweigian or English culture. I would love to experience that, but I’m pretty sure it’s never going to happen. Those cultures are gone, and taken.`

      Now? No. Those cultures are subsumed, by other cultures. Very bad things are going to have to happen in France, Norway, and England before their cultures become evident and dominant again.

      They have to kick out the invaders, or force them to become French, Norweigian, or English. Other than that option, Europe is taken, and the Crusades were for naught.

      So many deaths for nothing. We’re just going to invite them all back in again. And give them all lots of free stuff, forever. What’s France? What’s England? What’s Norway? It’s a lot like Syria and North and Sub-Saharan Africa. Go there, and see.


      • Yeah, I said subsume. I might be a dishwasher, but I love me some words.


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        Words are cool, ain’t they?

        Etymology kicks a**, too. Very illustrative.

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        • I think spiders fall under the umbrella of entymology. I, an arachnophobe, hate spiders, and I love words. So I’ll take etymology instead. Etymonline is a fun resource if you like finding out where our words came from; it’s like a dictionary, only way deeper.

          Mycology? I love that too. Even though I suck at finding Morels, to great dismay. I don’t think I’m short enough for their vertical profile. My uncle was. My dad’s bro could find a morel from 30′ away under leaves. We’d fill three onion bags with morels. Black, white, false (big ones). I’ve tried hunting mushrooms myself, and never had luck. But I’m tall, and mu uncle was short. And we owned three books about the subject. Two were Audubon books (sp?) and were authoritative about the subject. Another I can’t remember the publisher, but was also an encyclopedia about mushrooms and their edibility and cooking uses. Nothing is better than a mess of morels, cooked in butter. Nothing in life.

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