As one might come to expect from the French, the crew on Paris-bound train barricaded themselves in their staffroom and locked the door as Kalashnikov-wielding terrorist went on the rampage; leaving American passengers to take him down.
"When a French passenger tried to enter a toilet on the train, he encountered the gunman, tried to overpower him and the gun was then fired, Mr Cazeneuve said. A French-American passenger was injured by the bullet, and the American passengers intervened shortly afterward." -- Is it me or does this read just like a narrative of World War I?
First footage emerging from the Paris train shooting immediately after the suspect was subdued -- first video showing a wounded Airman Spencer Stone and a second video showing the suspect and his weapons.
And here's just a gentle reminder to the world on what nation has the largest standing army. This my friends, is why it's so important to exercise your Second Amendment rights. Vigilance is not just your right, it is your responsibility. Take it seriously.