How a Texas Cop Stopped the
Jihadi Attack in Garland, Texas

By Dean Weingarten. March 18, 2021

In Garland, Texas, on 3 May, 2015, Gregory Stevens, veteran police officer with the Garland Police Department, was working off duty as armed security for the "Draw the Prophet" cartoon contest event.

Pamela Geller organized the Draw the Prophet event as a response to Islamic demands that Western Civilization submit to Islamic censorship.

The particular demand was no one would be allowed to draw images of the Prophet Mohamed; or to mock him; or make fun of him.

The infamous attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris had occurred just five months earlier, by two Islamists with AK-47 type rifles and Tokarev pistols.

Many will remember the Draw Mohamed event, in the Dallas suburb of Garland, was attacked by two Isis recruits.

Few know the details of how one prepared gunfighter police officer faced two Islamic riflemen armed with semi-automatic rifles, handguns, plenty of ammunition, soft body armor, and the element of surprise. He fought them at close range, and prevailed.

Gregory Stevens was that officer. For his own safety and security, and, possibly, to shield the FBI from exposure, the details of the attack and his defensive actions were hidden for more than a year.

Many of the details have been revealed .....


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