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15.17 To Paris

Man weiß nicht, was in Clint Eastwoods Film»The to Paris«über den Thalys-Anschlag schwerer wiegt: die fragwürdige. Im August werden drei Amerikaner zu Helden, als sie einen Terroranschlag nahe Paris vereiteln. Sie befinden sich damals im Thalys-Zug von Uhr in die französische Hauptstadt. Der Lebensweg dieser Menschen wird nachgezeichnet, die. Noch einen Schritt weiter geht er nun mit dem biografischen Drama „ to Paris“, das drei junge Männer porträtiert, die am August

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Im August werden drei Amerikaner zu Helden, als sie einen Terroranschlag nahe Paris vereiteln. Sie befinden sich damals im Thalys-Zug von Uhr in die französische Hauptstadt. Der Lebensweg dieser Menschen wird nachgezeichnet, die. to Paris – Wikipedia. Vor drei Jahren überwältigen drei Amerikaner in einem Zug von Amsterdam nach Paris einen Terroristen. Jetzt hat Clint Eastwood einen Film. dod-ebooks.eu - Kaufen Sie to Paris günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. To Paris [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 34 Min Ein Attentat auf einen Zug in Paris wird von drei mutigen jungen Amerikanern verhindert. Ihre Freundschaft. Noch einen Schritt weiter geht er nun mit dem biografischen Drama „ to Paris“, das drei junge Männer porträtiert, die am August Man weiß nicht, was in Clint Eastwoods Film»The to Paris«über den Thalys-Anschlag schwerer wiegt: die fragwürdige.

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Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "The To Paris" von Clint Eastwood: Seine Weltkarriere begann mit der Verkörperung von mythisch überhöhten. dod-ebooks.eu - Kaufen Sie to Paris günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Helden, die sich selber spielen: „The to Paris“. Clint Eastwood stellt den vereitelten Zug-Anschlag von nach. Aber nicht mit.

Mark Moogalian shows off the exit wound scar from the terrorist's bullet that nearly took his life. The gunman didn't say much except that he wanted his gun back.

The to Paris book states that following the attack, it took approximately 30 minutes for the train to reach the station in Arras, France, where it had been diverted.

In the movie, the time seems to go by more quickly. According to France's BFM TV, year-old gunman Ayoub El Khazzani initially maintained that he "found" the weapons in an abandoned suitcase in a park in Brussels, Belgium, claiming that he wasn't a terrorist and was only trying to take the train passengers hostage for ransom.

El Khazzani's lawyer, Sophie David, said that he was trying to carry out a robbery in order to get money to feed himself. French officials and others believed that the story was a fabrication designed to cover his true intentions.

They pointed to the fact that he was armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, a Luger pistol, a box cutter, about rounds of ammo, and a bottle of gasoline, which clearly indicates that he was planning a massacre.

The truth came out more than a year later, in December , when El Khazzani's lawyer released a statement to the Associated Press saying that he had been under orders from an Islamic State terrorist cell to carry out the August attack on the train.

It turns out the orders came from Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind behind the November Paris attacks on cafe terraces, a concert hall and a stadium that killed people.

Abaaoud, 28, died during a police raid five days after the November attacks in St. Denis, a Paris suburb The Washington Post. Prosecutors also discovered YouTube audio files on El Khazzani's phone, which he listened to immediately before the attack.

In the audio, a man tells "his followers to raise arms and fight in the name of the prophet. El Khazzani had been known to European authorities prior to the Thalys train attack.

French Intelligence had even put an S notice to his name in February , signifying possible radicalization and someone who merits surveillance.

He had been flagged due to extremist comments he made defending jihad and for his connections to a radical mosque in Spain, where he had previously lived after moving from Morocco with his family in Daily Mail Online.

He also confessed to spending time in Syria in May for weapons training, but was urged to return to Europe to carry out an attack. While living in Spain, Ayoub El Khazzani had worked as a house painter and was twice convicted for drug smuggling.

He relocated to France in early to take a job with mobile phone company Lycamobile, handing out flyers and cheap trinkets, and signing people up for SIM cards.

However, he was let go after two months supposedly for not having the right work papers, though The to Paris book implies that it was likely because, by this time, word had gotten back to the company that French authorities had put him on S notice.

After a while, El Khazzani found himself staying at his sister's home above a Carousel minimart in Brussels. El Khazzani didn't seem to know how to fix his rifle when it jammed during the attack.

He also accidentally released the magazine from his pistol. The men were made Knights of the Legion of Honour the wounded Mark Moogalian was awarded the distinction on September 13, and the passenger known only as Damien A.

They also received the medal of the city of Arras, where the Thalys train was diverted, and the Prime Minister of Belgium awarded some of the heroes with the Civic Medal 1st class.

He was meritoriously promoted two grades to Staff Sergeant. Alek Skarlatos was given the Soldier's Medal, the top distinction given to military personnel for heroism outside of combat.

Actual footage from the ceremony was used in The to Paris movie. Yes, at least certain scenes of it were, including the attack, which was recreated on a train going back and forth between Amsterdam and Paris.

It was shot over the course of five days and Clint Eastwood was intent on making sure it was true to reality. It's Mark [Moogalian]. It's his wife.

Everything was exactly the same," said Spencer Stone. Director Eastwood didn't want the typical far-fetched action-movie suspense.

In his mind, the two minutes that the actual ordeal lasted were exciting enough. There's no way you could deny that.

They told The Guardian that they also wanted to do the movie because of its positive message, namely that God has a plan for each of us and everyone has it in them to do the extraordinary.

Stone, Skarlatos and Sadler, all 25 at the time of the movie's release, hope to pursue acting professionally. Alek Skarlatos appeared on Season 21 of Dancing with the Stars, finishing third.

They are taking acting classes and have secured agents and publicists. Sadler recalls a moment between takes when Clint Eastwood looked at him and said, "Not a bad way to make a living, is it?

August im belgisch-französischen Grenzgebiet. In Rückblenden — beginnend mit der christlichen Schule in Sacramento Kalifornien im Jahr — werden die gemeinsame Schulzeit und die Lebensläufe von Spencer, Alek und Anthony gezeigt.

Februar in Hollywood statt. Ihre Scheu vor der Kamera haben sie gerade so weit abgelegt, dass man ihnen ohne Qualen zuschauen kann, aber ihre Scheu vor jeder Art von Falschheit bleibt.

Das trägt einerseits dazu bei, dass der ganze Film eine grundsympathische Unternehmung bleibt — und verdammt ihn andererseits zur absoluten Langeweile.

In der um Authentizität bemühten Fiktionalisierung spielen die Männer sich selbst. Die Inszenierung des religiösen Erbauungsfilms konterkariert christliche Werte allerdings durch die Glorifizierung von Gewalt.

Kristina Rivera Producer. Jessica Meier Producer. Bruce Berman Executive Producer. Tom Stern Cinematographer. Blu Murray Film Editor.

Christian Jacob Original Music. February 14, Full Review…. September 7, Rating: 2. May 28, Full Review…. August 19, Rating: 3. July 30, Full Review….

View All Critic Reviews Jul 24, A terrible film if it can be called that by Clint Eastwood, The to Paris tells the real life story of a thwarted terrorist attack.

More of a re-enactment than a film, it follows the lives of three best friends played by the actual people leading up to a European vacation in which they encounter an Islamic terrorist intent on carrying out a mass shooting aboard a train to Paris.

The storytelling is really piss-poor; there's no real plot, just random episodes of three guy's lives, and it's pretty clear that they don't have much acting talent.

The to Paris is a poorly made film that fails to find a compelling story behind this extraordinary event of heroism and bravery.

Dann M Super Reviewer. Jun 23, A interesting touch casting the real life heroes in this docu-drama, well written and photographed.

Eastwood does a capable job but not his best by any stretch. Worth watching! Christopher O Super Reviewer. May 28, Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler were three ordinary servicemen taking a train ride into Paris when they found themselves in the middle of an armed terrorist attack.

The three men rushes into danger, disarmed and subdued the attacker, and treated the injured on the scene. The to Paris is a big screen movie directed by Clint Eastwood American Sniper that tells their life stories played by the men themselves.

It got some of the worst reviews of Eastwood's storied career mine won't be better. There are two gigantic miscalculations when it comes to to Paris: 1 having the real-life subjects play the adult versions of themselves, and 2 that there was enough material here to fill out an engaging, enlightening, fulfilling film experience.

I assumed telling this real-life story as a movie was going to be a challenge to produce enough meaningful material to eek out a feature-length running time, and within the first five minutes I knew that I was doomed.

We're sitting down to two single moms discussing their boys with their classroom teacher, and that teacher literally says, "If you don't medicate them now they'll just self-medicate later.

Statistically, boys of single moms are more likely to have problems. No real teacher would ever utter these words so callously.

It was this rude awakening that made me realize what a terribly written slog I was in for. At no point were these supporting characters going to come across as authentic human beings.

Instead, it's a world populated by robots with bad social skills or unshakable faith played by familiar actors Judy Greer, Jenna Fischer, Thomas Lennon, Tony Hale, Jaleel White of all people.

Also, what little kid has a Full Metal Jacket poster in his bedroom? Did he not understand what that movie was about? These men can rightly serve as an inspiration, rising to the occasion in a true test of courage.

No one will challenge the heroism. But what else is there to this story? The attack is presented as the framing device and as it plays out we segue into lengthy flashbacks about their lives leading up to this pivotal point in time.

It's just that these three men lived fairly uneventful, normal lives until finding themselves in a unique situation. We don't seem to trace any significant, formative moments.

Spending time with them as kids, then teens, and finally as adults doesn't so much provide greater understanding of them as people as it does pad out the running time.

We watch them get in trouble twice at school for not having a hall pass. We watch them watch football. We watch them endure training montages. We watch the trio tour the sights of Italy and eat gelato.

We watch an Army team retrieve a backpack. We watch Spencer get demoted for not stitching properly. Seriously, this is given time. It's not even until a full hour-plus into the movie before they confront the attack on the train.

Chronicling the lives of normal, real-life people under extraordinary circumstances is not by itself a fatal flaw, as evidenced by the masterful and mournful United The power of empathy allows us to leap into a multitude of perspectives.

However, with United 93 there was an ongoing story that could unfold because of the scope of events. There were developments, deadly complications, and the slow realization of what was happening, what was going to happen, and what needed to be done.

With to Paris, the attack is uncomplicated and over relatively quickly. There's a reason Eastwood saves the train attack for the end because it cannot function as a sufficient movie plot on its own.

Eastwood had a similar predicament with his previous film chronicling the heroism of the pilot who landed a plane on the Hudson River.

The plane crash was thrilling and Tom Hanks added some layers to the portrayal of a man uncomfortable with the spotlight.

It's a tedious trek to an all-too swift climax. The other large miscalculation was having the real-life actors portray themselves. These guys just are not actors.

I suppose Eastwood felt the real-life figures would best understand the emotions of each scene, in particular the attack, but another approach would be simply teaching actors.

The forced verisimilitude feels like a marketing gimmick meant to appeal to a select audience. Making things more difficult is that these guys just aren't that interesting as subjects.

Sure there are broad strokes of characterization applied here and there but it's with very minimal effort see above for some of the just-had-to-include plot moments.

This is another reason actors would have been preferable, because these guys' lives don't have to be interesting for my benefit. Their lives were not destined to one day entertain me on the big screen.

They can simply be normal people. On the other hand, watching normal people do normal, boring things without a more enriching sense of introspection, personalities, or depth is like being trapped watching someone else's home movies on a loop.

Hilfe zum Textformat. Stone: Lass sie nur kommen, wir erwarten sie mit offenen Armen — äh, ich sollte das vielleicht nicht sagen. Bombendrohung in Rathenow - Polizei gibt Entwarnung. Eine Entscheidung, die dem biografischen Drama gesteigerte Authentizität verleihen soll, allerdings nicht kaschieren kann, dass Eastwood und Drehbuchautorin Goodnight Mommy Blyskal die wahren Begebenheiten erschreckend oberflächlich aufarbeiten. Mann von Roller und Auto angefahren und tödlich verletzt. Anthony Sadler hat seinen langen, müden Körper in einen Sessel gefaltet. Tipps Leserbewertung 0. 15.17 To Paris Fast vergessen: auch kein Zitat "Ich will in den Krieg und Leben retten". Weil Clint Eastwood für die Hauptfiguren keine passenden Schauspieler fand, engagierte er die echten Protagonisten. Byrne : Mr. Trailer Bilder. Geständnisse Stream dabei wollen wir es auch belassen.

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The 15:17 to Paris Movie Clip - Spencer, Go (2018) - Movieclips Coming Soon Es war auch keine Tiefe vorhanden. Gut möglich, dass versierte Schauspieler dem schwachen Drehbuch zumindest ein wenig Tiefe abgerungen hätten. Was verbindet die drei noch als Erwachsene? Glaube hat Menschen immer schon dazu geführt, Extremes zu leisten. Hat Sie das überrascht? Suche Suche. War halt schon Amazon Kostenloser Versand kitschig der Film. Februar in Hollywood statt. August im Hochgeschwindigkeitszug Thalys von Amsterdam nach Paris entwickelte. Keiner von uns hat Albträume oder posttraumatische Belastungsstörungen.

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THE 15:17 TO PARIS - Official Trailer [HD] 15.17 To Paris Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "The To Paris" von Clint Eastwood: Seine Weltkarriere begann mit der Verkörperung von mythisch überhöhten. Helden, die sich selber spielen: „The to Paris“. Clint Eastwood stellt den vereitelten Zug-Anschlag von nach. Aber nicht mit. Clint Eastwood verfilmt in „The to Paris“ eine wahre Geschichte. Und besetzt die Hauptrollen nicht mit Stars, sondern mit den echten „All.

On Skype, Alek tells him that he is planning to visit his girlfriend in Germany, and the two decide to rendezvous there for their next leave.

Spencer skypes Anthony, now a college student, and talks him into coming to Europe for a vacation, visiting Italy. Afterwards, the three meet in Germany and decide to go to Amsterdam.

After a few days there, they finally decide to visit France after deliberation. They depart from Amsterdam Centraal station on the train to Paris.

On the train, all seems well, until American-born Frenchman Mark Moogalian notices that one of the toilets has been occupied for an unusually long time.

When he goes to investigate, a terrorist bursts out with an assault rifle. Another passenger, Damien A.

Passengers begin to flee out of their seats and rush toward the forward cabins of the train, trying to escape. Eventually, the terrorist approaches the next car, where Spencer and his friends are sitting.

The moment Spencer sees him, he springs into action. He decides that his only hope, and the only hope of the remaining passengers, is for him to try to defeat the terrorist.

Spencer makes a desperate all-out sprint toward the terrorist in the hope of subduing him before being shot. By remarkable luck, the terrorist's weapon jams just as he is about to fire, and he is tackled by Spencer, who successfully disarms the terrorist.

Seeing Spencer's progress in subduing the terrorist, Alek, Anthony, and other passengers join the effort to try to further overwhelm the terrorist, finally knocking him out.

Spencer then stanches the bleeding by plugging the exit wound in Moogalian's neck with his fingers. The police at the next station enter the train fully armed, discovering that Spencer has subdued the terrorist, and the paramedics begin to treat his wounds, and the more serious ones of the shot passenger.

Paramedics take Moogalian to the emergency room at a local hospital and he survives. In a formal ceremony, Spencer, Alek and Anthony are recognized as heroes of France for their gallantry and bravery.

The terrorist was later discovered to have been armed with over rounds of ammunition with the apparent aim of using all of it to wreak havoc on all those who boarded the train.

The odds of the particular misfire and jam of the cartridge in the terrorist's weapon was estimated on the scene as being less than one out of a thousand, and highly unlikely to have been in Spencer's favor.

French officials at the ceremony to honor Spencer's selfless act acknowledge his bravery and he is awarded the French Legion of Honour in recognition of his act of courage.

It was announced that Eastwood would begin casting immediately for a principal production start date of later that year.

On July 11, , it was announced that Eastwood had cast Sadler, Skarlatos and Stone as themselves in the film which will "begin during their childhood and show their friendship leading up to the moment that changed their lives".

Eastwood finished shooting in Atlanta , Georgia on August 2, The film's release date of February 9, was announced by Warner Bros.

The film was released in the United States on February 9, The trailer for the film was released on December 13, , two months before the film's general release.

The to Paris was released on HD digital copies on May 1, The website's critical consensus reads, " The to Paris pays clumsily well-intentioned tribute to an act of heroism, but by casting the real-life individuals involved, director Clint Eastwood fatally derails his own efforts.

Forgive him if the entry seems clunky. Scott of The New York Times gave the film a positive review and wrote, "But [Eastwood's] workmanlike absorption in the task at hand is precisely what makes this movie fascinating as well as moving.

Its radical plainness is tinged with mystery. Sullivan of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a grade of D, praising the train attack scene as "thrillingly shot and edited" while criticizing the entire lead-up to it as filler.

Sullivan emphasized that "The entire script is replete with [clunky and unsubtle] dialogue From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The to Paris Theatrical release poster.

Movie Info. On Aug. The heroic and courageous actions of Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone help to save the lives of more than passengers on board.

Clint Eastwood. Dorothy Blyskal. Apr 12, Warner Bros. Spencer Stone Himself. Alek Skarlatos Himself. Anthony Sadler Himself.

Judy Greer Joyce. Jenna Fischer Heidi. Thomas Lennon Principal Michael Akers. Bryce Gheisar Alek William Jennings Spencer Ray Corasani Ayoub.

Clint Eastwood Director. Dorothy Blyskal Screenwriter. Clint Eastwood Producer. Tim Moore Producer. Kristina Rivera Producer.

Jessica Meier Producer. Bruce Berman Executive Producer. Tom Stern Cinematographer. Blu Murray Film Editor. Christian Jacob Original Music. February 14, Full Review….

September 7, Rating: 2. May 28, Full Review…. August 19, Rating: 3. July 30, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jul 24, A terrible film if it can be called that by Clint Eastwood, The to Paris tells the real life story of a thwarted terrorist attack.

More of a re-enactment than a film, it follows the lives of three best friends played by the actual people leading up to a European vacation in which they encounter an Islamic terrorist intent on carrying out a mass shooting aboard a train to Paris.

The storytelling is really piss-poor; there's no real plot, just random episodes of three guy's lives, and it's pretty clear that they don't have much acting talent.

The to Paris is a poorly made film that fails to find a compelling story behind this extraordinary event of heroism and bravery.

Dann M Super Reviewer. Jun 23, A interesting touch casting the real life heroes in this docu-drama, well written and photographed.

Eastwood does a capable job but not his best by any stretch. Worth watching! Christopher O Super Reviewer. May 28, Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler were three ordinary servicemen taking a train ride into Paris when they found themselves in the middle of an armed terrorist attack.

The three men rushes into danger, disarmed and subdued the attacker, and treated the injured on the scene. The to Paris is a big screen movie directed by Clint Eastwood American Sniper that tells their life stories played by the men themselves.

It got some of the worst reviews of Eastwood's storied career mine won't be better. There are two gigantic miscalculations when it comes to to Paris: 1 having the real-life subjects play the adult versions of themselves, and 2 that there was enough material here to fill out an engaging, enlightening, fulfilling film experience.

I assumed telling this real-life story as a movie was going to be a challenge to produce enough meaningful material to eek out a feature-length running time, and within the first five minutes I knew that I was doomed.

We're sitting down to two single moms discussing their boys with their classroom teacher, and that teacher literally says, "If you don't medicate them now they'll just self-medicate later.

Statistically, boys of single moms are more likely to have problems. No real teacher would ever utter these words so callously.

It was this rude awakening that made me realize what a terribly written slog I was in for. At no point were these supporting characters going to come across as authentic human beings.

Instead, it's a world populated by robots with bad social skills or unshakable faith played by familiar actors Judy Greer, Jenna Fischer, Thomas Lennon, Tony Hale, Jaleel White of all people.

Also, what little kid has a Full Metal Jacket poster in his bedroom? Did he not understand what that movie was about? These men can rightly serve as an inspiration, rising to the occasion in a true test of courage.

No one will challenge the heroism. But what else is there to this story? The attack is presented as the framing device and as it plays out we segue into lengthy flashbacks about their lives leading up to this pivotal point in time.

It's just that these three men lived fairly uneventful, normal lives until finding themselves in a unique situation. We don't seem to trace any significant, formative moments.

Spending time with them as kids, then teens, and finally as adults doesn't so much provide greater understanding of them as people as it does pad out the running time.

We watch them get in trouble twice at school for not having a hall pass. We watch them watch football. We watch them endure training montages.

We watch the trio tour the sights of Italy and eat gelato. We watch an Army team retrieve a backpack. We watch Spencer get demoted for not stitching properly.

Seriously, this is given time. The to Paris true story reveals that Spencer Stone and the others were really that close to dying.

Ayoub El Khazzani lifted his AK semiautomatic assault rifle, took aim at Stone and tried to fire, but like in the movie, the gun had jammed, which allowed Stone to get to him.

Running at him, we had no hope of actually making it to him. Train attacker Ayoub El Khazzani was carrying rounds of ammunition in a total of eight magazines, more than enough for a mass casualty attack.

Like in the movie, the account told in The to Paris book confirms that El Khazzani used a backpack to help conceal the ammo and weapons, which included a side-folding Draco AK assault rifle with a collapsible butt and a slant-cut muzzle, a 9mm Luger semiautomatic pistol, a bottle of gasoline, a blade from a box cutter, and a hammer.

In addition to pointing the rifle and trying to fire at Spencer as Spencer charged him, Ayoub El Khazzani pulled out a 9mm Luger pistol while Spencer was attempting to secure a chokehold.

As seen in the movie, the terrorist reached behind him and pointed the gun at Spencer's head. He pulled the trigger but the pistol didn't go off because there was no bullet in the chamber.

As they fought to subdue Ayoub El Khazzani, Alek Skarlatos first tried to shoot him in the head with the machine gun but it was already jammed.

Then after Alek got the pistol away from the terrorist, he tried to shoot him in the head again as Spencer Stone struggled to hold him. Alek pulled the trigger twice but the pistol didn't fire.

The most critically injured was Professor Mark Moogalian, 51, who was shot in the back with a pistol after wrestling the rifle away from terrorist Ayoub El Khazzani.

The bullet traveled slightly upward through Moogalian's body, breaking two ribs and piercing his left lung before exiting the front of his neck.

He was bleeding heavily. Once the gunman was restrained, American Spencer Stone, himself badly injured, utilized his training as an Air Force medic to administer first aid to try and control Moogalian's bleeding.

At first, he tried to wrap his shirt around Moogalian's neck but that didn't help, so he then stuck two fingers into the wound and pressed down on an artery, which halted the bleeding Reuters.

The Paris Train Attack Video shows footage of Stone tending to Moogalian just a few feet away from the hogtied terrorist. Stone, a devout Christian, asked Moogalian if he wanted to pray.

While trying to restrain El Khazzani, Stone had put him in a choke hold, but the terrorist still managed to cut him with a box cutter blade in the head, neck and hand, severing Stone's thumb to the point that the bone was visible.

Mark Moogalian shows off the exit wound scar from the terrorist's bullet that nearly took his life.

The gunman didn't say much except that he wanted his gun back. The to Paris book states that following the attack, it took approximately 30 minutes for the train to reach the station in Arras, France, where it had been diverted.

In the movie, the time seems to go by more quickly. According to France's BFM TV, year-old gunman Ayoub El Khazzani initially maintained that he "found" the weapons in an abandoned suitcase in a park in Brussels, Belgium, claiming that he wasn't a terrorist and was only trying to take the train passengers hostage for ransom.

El Khazzani's lawyer, Sophie David, said that he was trying to carry out a robbery in order to get money to feed himself.

French officials and others believed that the story was a fabrication designed to cover his true intentions.

They pointed to the fact that he was armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, a Luger pistol, a box cutter, about rounds of ammo, and a bottle of gasoline, which clearly indicates that he was planning a massacre.

The truth came out more than a year later, in December , when El Khazzani's lawyer released a statement to the Associated Press saying that he had been under orders from an Islamic State terrorist cell to carry out the August attack on the train.

It turns out the orders came from Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind behind the November Paris attacks on cafe terraces, a concert hall and a stadium that killed people.

Abaaoud, 28, died during a police raid five days after the November attacks in St. Denis, a Paris suburb The Washington Post.

Prosecutors also discovered YouTube audio files on El Khazzani's phone, which he listened to immediately before the attack. In the audio, a man tells "his followers to raise arms and fight in the name of the prophet.

El Khazzani had been known to European authorities prior to the Thalys train attack. French Intelligence had even put an S notice to his name in February , signifying possible radicalization and someone who merits surveillance.

He had been flagged due to extremist comments he made defending jihad and for his connections to a radical mosque in Spain, where he had previously lived after moving from Morocco with his family in Daily Mail Online.

He also confessed to spending time in Syria in May for weapons training, but was urged to return to Europe to carry out an attack.

While living in Spain, Ayoub El Khazzani had worked as a house painter and was twice convicted for drug smuggling.

He relocated to France in early to take a job with mobile phone company Lycamobile, handing out flyers and cheap trinkets, and signing people up for SIM cards.

However, he was let go after two months supposedly for not having the right work papers, though The to Paris book implies that it was likely because, by this time, word had gotten back to the company that French authorities had put him on S notice.

After a while, El Khazzani found himself staying at his sister's home above a Carousel minimart in Brussels.

El Khazzani didn't seem to know how to fix his rifle when it jammed during the attack.

How did you buy your ticket? The to Paris true story confirms that the take-down of the gunman in The Americans Staffel 6 movie plays out almost exactly as Ravaged Deutsch did in real life. Seems like the three of us have been gettin' each other Rex Reed. Yes, Spencer getting picked on at school comes directly from The to Paris book on which the movie is based. The train pictured below was moving at over miles per Peppermint Flensburg and had just crossed the Belgian-French border prior to the attack.

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