French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo's publisher, known only as Charb, clenches his fist as he presents to journalists the last issue which features a cartoon of Muhammad. Not sure if he was a victim of the attack.

French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo’s publisher, known only as Charb, clenches his fist as he presents to journalists the last issue which features a cartoon of Muhammad. Not sure if he was a victim of the attack.

*Wow, as they say, ish keeps getting more and more real. 

First, studios in the U. S. quickly shut down the national release of “The Interview” as a result of terrorist threats that stated moviegoers will be killed if they go to see the film which is accused of taking a satirical look at the assassination of North Korean leader and dictator, Kim Jong Un. Now, gunmen armed with AK-47s shouting “Allahu Akbar” rushed into the offices of a French satirical news magazine Wednesday and killed 12 people, including the editor. It is suspected this happened because the magazine once published pictures of the Muslim prophet, Muhammad, in cartoon form.

In a dramatic and graphic video (scroll down) we hear shots and see two gunmen covered in black garments shooting randomly before they escape in a black Citroen that they soon abandon following a crash; which leads them to carjack a bystander’s sedan.

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