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BREAKING: Active shooter; hostages at law firm…

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Within hours of German Chancellor Angela Merkel admitting terrorists entered Europe among the wave of migrants that fled from Syria adding that the refugee flow was used in part to “smuggle terrorists” on to the continent, we have this breaking news to report.

Related? We don’t know yet.

RT.com says reports of an unidentified gunman have triggered a large-scale police operation in Stuttgart, Germany. Local news media report of a possible hostage situation.

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Citing police, Bild.de reports that an armed man broke into a building in the eastern part of Stuttgart, presumably a law firm.

A woman from a neighboring house is claimed to have seen the man enter the premises and called the police.

Police have secured the area around the building and suspended train services in the proximity of the alleged incident site, namely between Ruhbank (TV tower) and Olgaeck train stations.

Police are currently preparing to storm the building, but will first try to establish contact with the alleged gunman, local media report.

Merkel was speaking at a rally for her Christian Democrat party on Monday when she said “In part, the refugee flow was even used to smuggle terrorists.”

Gee, YA THINK?

But gosh, seems like it’s a little bit late to be closing the barn door…

Let us pray the situation unfolding in Germany a. does not end in death, b. was simply a disgruntled client and c. is not replayed on our shores.

[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]

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