Suicide bomber at the Stade de France had a ticket for the match but was turned away by security [WSJ]


Shocking new details about last night’s terror attacks in Paris have been revealed by the Wall Street Journal.

According to a report on Saturday, one of the suicide bombers at the Stade de France had a ticket for the match but he was turned away by security before he detonated his bomb.

The bottom line of the article is clear: the intention of the terrorist was to get inside the stadium in order to blow himself in the stands up during the France v Germany game.

In the chilling details, one of the terrorists tried to get into the stadium 15 minutes into the game, when he was discovered wearing his suicide bomb vest.

Security tried to apprehend the man, when he blew himself up.

The entire, disgusting plan for the France v Germany match has been revealed to be as follows:

A police officer confirmed the sequence, adding that police suspect the attacker aimed to detonate his vest inside the stadium in order to provoke a deadly stampede.

Around three minutes later, a second person also blew himself up outside the stadium. A third suicide attacker detonated explosives at a nearby McDonald’s, police said. One civilian died in the attacks, police said.

Video of the moment one of the bombs exploded outside the Stade de France, and was heard on TV, is below.