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Two Videos: Muslim Immigrant Terrorist Shooting Ak-47 On Paris Train


Train staff on board the high speed train which was the scene of a suspected Islamic extremist attack yesterday have been accused of barricading themselves in their staffroom and locking the door, leaving passengers to fend for themselves. The Moroccan terrorist was disarmed and beaten unconscious by US servicemen and a British man after he opened fire on a Paris-bound train with a Kalashnikov. Now, French actor Jean-Hugues Anglade, who was on board the Thalys train during the attack has slammed train staff who he claims locked themselves in an office away from the attacker and refused to help the trapped passengers.




The actor told Paris Match: 'We heard screaming passengers in English, 'He shoots! He shoots! He has a Kalashnikov!'' The actor, who was travelling with his two children and his girlfriend, said: 'Suddenly, members of the crew ran into the hallway and their faces were pale.' He said the staff hurried towards their own car on the train and opened it 'with a special key' before they locked themselves inside. Mr Anglade claims he and other passengers banged on the door and shouted at staff to open up, but their cries for help were ignored. He said: 'Nobody replied, there was radio silence. It was terrible and unbearable, it was inhumane. 'The minutes seemed like hours and protected my children with my whole body, telling them everything was fine.' The French Interior Minister said this afternoon that the train attacker is suspected to be a radical Islamist. US airman Spencer Stone, who on board the train during the attack, spotted the 26-year-old Moroccan acting suspiciously and heard him trying to load his weapon in the toilet. He was travelling with Oregon National Guard member Alek Skarlatos, 22, who was on leave and travelling through Europe at the time after returning from a tour in Afghanistan. With the help of their friend Anthony Sadler, from Pittsburg, California, and fellow passenger British IT consultant Chris Norman, they managed to wrestle the attacker to the ground, stopping what could have been a deadly terrorist attack. Mr Sadler has described how the attacker pleaded with them to return his AK-47. He said: 'He was just telling us to give back his gun. 'Give me back my gun! Give me back my gun!' But we just carried on beating him up and immobilised him and that was it.' Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>

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