TRIPLE TERROR ATTACK: What’s Behind the Events in France, Tunisia and Kuwait?
by Shawn Helton
via 21st Century Wire
Jun 29, 2015
The triple terror attacks seen in France, Tunisia and Kuwait appear to mark another set of tragic events. However, when you peel back the media hysteria, all three of the alleged ISIS related incidents raise a number of interesting questions..
‘The Mask of Security’ – The Research and Intervention Brigades, (BRI) seizing a suspect after an apparent attack on French factory near Lyon in southeastern France. (Photo link baodongnai.com)
The French Connection
The French BRI, who are are an elite law enforcement unit of the French Ministry of the Interior, have been known to monitor suspects prior to a crime taking place. This echoes a similar investigative tactic in the US, as the FBI has often been linked to a person or persons before an alleged attack through lengthy surveillance protocols.
A primary example of this was the series of events that unfolded in Garland, Texas recently.
Back in May, the anti-Islamic media personality Pamela Geller, who is the president of the well-funded organizations, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, and Stop the Islamization of America, organized a “Prophet Mohammed Drawing Contest” in Garland, Texas. The event allegedly became a target of two ‘ISIS inspired’ shooters. However, it was quickly revealed that the FBI had known at least one of the apparent shooters well before the seemingly orchestrated attack.
As we previously outlined here at 21WIRE, Elton Simpson, one of perpetrators listed in the Garland fiasco, had been under the watchful eye of the FBI for nearly a decade and was in close contact with an undercover informant during that time.
Fast forward to the recent attack in France…
French Prosecutor Francois Molins, said that security services were well aware of the suspect charged in an apparent beheading and gas canister explosion at the American owned Air Products factory in France. An early report from CNN, exposed the ties between the French security services and the alleged suspect, Yassin Salhi, as the Mayor of a town close by had easily been able identify the suspect charged in the apparent attack:
“Raymond Feyssaguet, the mayor of the nearby town of Villefontaine, identified the suspect as Yassin Salhi.