Sunday, March 25, 2012

Asymetrical Heroism

"I am very proud of my brother. I regret nothing for him and approve of what he did," says the brother of Mohammed Merah, the killer of little Jewish children.
His chilling comments came as new pictures were released yesterday of Thursday's raid in Toulouse in which Merah was gunned down by French special forces. Four cops were wounded during the 32-hour siege and one was shown being stretchered away. 

Officials last night said an autopsy on Merah showed he died of two bullet wounds to the head and stomach — but was hit by 20 bullets, mainly in the arms and legs. 

The terrorist staged a bloodbath at a Jewish school on Monday — killing a teacher, his sons aged five and three and the head's daughter aged eight. The week before he killed three off-duty soldiers.


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