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Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, who helped take down a gunman on a train in Belgium, was stabbed four times in the chest in Sacramento early Thursday morning, Air Force Times has learned. "A1C Spencer Stone has been transported to a local hospital, and is currently being treated for injury," Air Force spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Karns said in an email in Air Force Times. "The incident is currently under investigation by local law enforcement. He is currently in stable condition." A Sacramento TV station reported on the stabbing but did not include the victim's name. The stabbing happened about 12:45 a.m. on Thursday on a Sacramento street corner. The victim suffered "multiple stab wounds to the torso," KCRA‑TV reported. Police initially did not think the stabbing victim would survive and began treating the incident as a homicide investigation, but it now appears that the victim will pull through. Although the Air Force has identified Stone as the stabbing victim, Sacramento police have not officially named the person who was stabbed.
originally posted by: anxiouswens
a reply to: butcherguyI was just posting this. I think it is really bizarre. Surely the Air Force would just come straight out and say if it was domestic incident and nothing to do with the incident in France.
Just wonder if this is payback for stepping in in France. What does everyone else think?
originally posted by: Bleeeargh
I am pretty sure this is no coincidence. I remembered hearing something else recently and after a quick search here is the evidence of intent:
Paris train attack hero Alex Skarlatos reveals he was enrolled at Umpqua Community College
I used to believe in coincidence, not anymore!