Thursday, October 8, 2015

California:Airman Stone Of French Train Islamic Terrorist HOAX, Stabed In Drunken Brawl

California:Airman Stone Of French Train Islamic Terrorist HOAX, Stabed In Sacramento Drunken Brawl



“It is critical that you know what this act is, and what it’s not,” Bernard said. “This incident is a very unfortunate altercation between two groups of folks who were enjoying the nightlife in Midtown Sacramento. This incident is not related to terrorism in any way.”


Train hero Spencer Stone stabbed in California

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U.S. Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone suffered multiple stab wounds after an incident at a bar near Travis Air Force Base, where he is stationed, ...

"This incident is not related to terrorism in any way," Deputy Police Chief Ken Bernard said. "We know it's not related to what occurred in France months ago."
A grainy surveillance video from a camera outside a liquor store showed a man who appeared to be Stone fighting with several people at an intersection. The group spilled into the street as people took swings at each other, and one person got knocked down.
Police said two assailants fled in a car. No immediate arrests were made.
Bernard said Stone was out with four friends when they got into a fight with another group of people. The deputy chief would not say what sparked the argument. He said there was no evidence the assailants knew who Stone was.
Bernard said he did not know whether Stone was drinking, but others in his group were......


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A gunman opened fire on a high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris, wounding two people before being subdued by three American passengers.

Airman Spencer Stone, who helped stop French train attack, stabbed


Train attack hero Spencer Stone stabbed
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The U.S. airman who helped stop a gunman on a high-speed train in France was stabbed on Oct. 8 in Sacramento, Calif., according to officials with the Air Force. He's now in stable condition. (Reuters)
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, one of three Americans who helped stop an armed gunman aboard a Paris-bound train in August, was stabbed early Thursday morning in Sacramento, Calif., in an altercation, Air Force officials said.
Stone was transported to a local hospital, and is currently receiving treatment and in stable condition, said Lt. Col. Christopher Karns, an Air Force spokesman. The incident remains under investigation by police, but they said they did not believe he was targeted because of his role in stopping a terrorist attack.
Stone, 23, grew up near Sacramento. He and friends Anthony Sadler, 23, and Army National Guard Spec. Alek Skarlatos, 22, are credited with taking down Ayoub El Khazzani, a 25-year-old Moroccan, after he opened fire on a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris on Aug. 21. Their actions averted a possible mass shooting, authorities said.
Officer Traci Trapani with the Sacramento Police Department said in an email that detectives responded to a call at 12:46 a.m. in which a man in his mid-20s was found stabbed repeatedly near 21st and K streets, in an area known as Midtown that includes several bars and clubs.
“It is believed that the victim was out with a group of friends when a physical altercation led to the victim being stabbed multiple times in his upper body,” the Trapani said. “Detectives were called to the scene to assist with the investigation and the victim is currently being treated for what appears to be non-life threatening injuries.”
Police said they respect the identity of all crime victims, and will not release the man’s name. No arrests have been made at this time, but police added in a tweet that the incident is not considered a terrorist act. Alcohol appears to have been a factor, they added, without elaborating on what occurred.

The Sacramento Bee newspaper reported Thursday that police initially did not think that Stone would survive. An employee of A&P Liquors, a store near where Stone was stabbed, told the newspaper that the a security camera there showed a fight occurred. Contacted by The Washington Post on Thursday, an employee there said police had visited and asked for the video.
Angelique Ashby, the mayor tempore in Sacramento, said in a tweet Thursday that it was “deeply disturbing” to learned that “one of our heroes was stabbed last night.” She did not name Stone by name.

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