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New Animation Recreates Black Lives Matter Domestic Terrorist Attack In Dallas

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The Dallas Morning News has created an animated video timeline of what occurred during the July 7, 2016 Black Lives Matter domestic terrorist attack which claimed the lives of five Dallas police officers and injured nine others before holing up in an alcove in hopes of suckering officers into an ambush.

 

[Our coverage of the attack as it unfolded]

 

The domestic terrorist was killed when a police department EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) was retasked as a bomb delivery vehicle to bring a one-pound charge of C4 into the alcove, where it was detonated, killed the terrorist and causing surprisingly little damage to robot.

 

Exclusive 1st look at damaged robot used to kill Dallas Police sniper. You can see explosive residue and damage.

 

— J.D. Miles (@jdmiles11)

 

 

Nice work, “C4-PO.”

 

The post New Animation Recreates Black Lives Matter Domestic Terrorist Attack In Dallas appeared first on Bearing Arms.

 

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