Garland shooting

CONFIRMED: Garland Terrorist Bought Gun From Operation Fast And Furious Dealer At Height Of Scandal

A trustworthy source confirmed to Breitbart News that Garland attacker Nadir Hamid Soofi indeed did not buy a 9mm; however, Soofi did purchase a High Point .380 caliber pistol from that Fast and Furious-associated Phoenix gun dealer in February 2010. This was during the notorious Fast and Furious operation involving a firearms dealer that federal authorities authorized to sell the gun to Soofi.

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Experts Doubt ISIS’s Repeated Claims of Having Organized Garland Shooting

As unidentified individuals online strengthen their claims that the Islamic State had a hand in organizing a failed attack on a Draw Muhammad art contest in Garland, Texas, experts have told various media outlets that, while the group may have inspired the attack, little evidence suggests that ISIS operatives actually funded or planned the attack and are now trying to take credit for work they did not do.

Facebook/Nadir Soofi

ISIS Claims Credit for Garland Shooting

GARLAND, Texas – The terrorist group ISIS is claiming credit for Sunday’s attack on the Mohammad Art Exhibit and Contest. The group called the gunmen “soldiers of the caliphate” and promised more attacks will follow.

Prophet Cartoon Contest Shooting

Media Regurgitates SPLC Talking Points to Trash Pamela Geller

After two Muslims armed with AK-47s tried to gun down anti-jihad activist Pamela Geller and attendees of her “Draw Muhammad” contest, the media launched its own jihad against her — with talking points from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the same organization cited as the inspiration of another would-be mass shooter.

AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

Garland Police Officer ‘Probably Saved Lives’ says Department

GARLAND, Texas – The first police officer making contact with the shooters stopped both gunmen from penetrating the outer perimeter. Garland police executed a carefully planned response to stop the threat and protect the lives of the nearly two hundred people who attended the Mohammad Art Exhibit and Contest.

Attendees being moved to secure location by Garland school buses. Breitbart Texas photo by Lana Shadwick.