Examining the Armed Man

SOTG 571 - Examining the Armed Man

SOTG 571 – Examining the Armed Man
(Paul Markel)

Moving forward in our brand new studio, Paul will take a moment to thoroughly examine the idea of the armed man, the armed citizen as it were. Disarmed people worldwide are looking for ways to arm themselves. However, does purchasing a firearm make a person an armed citizen?

During our Quiet Time Moment from SilencerShop.com, Paul considers the noise and distraction that most everyone deals with on a daily basis. How can a person refresh their mind and stimulate creative thought? That is exactly the reason we made such a big change in our lives.

Paul and Jarrad share more of their personal moving stories. Thank you for being out there and listening louder.

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  • Stockholm terror attack: Man arrested after truck plows into store killing 4: www.foxnews.com
  • Quiet Time brought to you by Silencer Shop: When was the last time you took a moment to enjoy quiet time in your life?

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From www.foxnews.com:

Hours after a hijacked beer truck slammed into a department store in central Stockholm on Friday, killing at least four people and wounding many more, Swedish police said they arrested a man in the northern part of the city.

Police spokesman Jan Evensson told a news conference the suspect had been featured in a photo authorities released earlier Friday of a man wearing a greenish hood at the top of an escalator.

Evensson said the man “in the vicinity” of the crash and was “someone whom we are particularly interested in.” The suspect was spotted by a police patrol and arrested in Marsta, close to Stockholm’s international airport, Arlanda.

Sky News also reported two men have been questioned in relation to the attack. Police spokesman Lars Bystrom said: “I can confirm that we have taken in two people for questioning, but that does not necessary mean that they are suspects.”

As many as 15 people were hurt, nine of them seriously, according to the Stockholm County Council. Police late Friday raised the death toll from three to four.

Sky News reported that police believed the attacker had run away toward the subway station. All subway traffic was halted.

“Sweden has been attacked. Everything points to the fact that this is a terrorist attack,” Lofven told reporters during a visit in western Sweden.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for Friday’s attack, but vehicles have been common weapons in recent extremist attacks.

Police said a truck ran over the crowd at Ahlens department store in the afternoon. People in the downtown area ran in panic, and Stockholm’s Central Station for trains and the subway, which is a few hundred yards from the scene, was evacuated.

Spokeswoman Towe Hagg would not confirm reports of shots fired in other parts of the city.

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