Our own David Menzies is back safe and sound from Garland, Texas, where he'd gone to cover Pamela Geller's "Draw Mohammed" free speech event.
He brings us exclusive video shot before and after the foiled terror attack on the art exhibit.
Menzies describes the amazing security that was in place around the conference center. It was certainly a "hard target," surrounded by a huge police and security presence in advance of the event.
He tells us about the heroic police officer who killed the two heavily armed terrorists, using only with his service revolver.
Menzies describes the mood inside the building as inspirational, as attendees prayed and spontaneously sang "The Star Spangled Banner."
Plus you'll examples of the art that was on display at the exhibition, which included drawings of Mohammed made by Muslim artists throughout the centuries.
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