Peaceful Death Threats by Bosch Fawstin

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Brian of London by Bosch Fawstin

I’ve known Bosch for a long time: specifically Bosch Fawstin drew my now infamous Brian of London avatar: I sent him a photo before I was prepared to put my real face online and he drew that fantastic cartoon of me (I paid him as a commercial artist). You can see his signature in the corner of my avatar.

You may also recognise his name: he was one of the principle targets of the two Jihadis who drove to Garland, TX, with assault rifles and body armour. Thankfully those two were stopped in the most amazing gun fight by a policeman armed only with a pistol who actually walked toward the two men, while shooting!

Stevens immediately drew his Glock 21 pistol and engaged Simpson with four to five rounds as Simpson fired at him and Joiner with the rifle.

As Stevens fired, he slowly advanced on the suspects from 15 yards away, pressing the attack on the pair as he fired “rhythmically,” obtaining a “decent sight picture” for each round. Stevens was conscious of the fact he had to make his hits count, and his deliberation was rewarded with the sight of Simpson falling to the ground and dropping his rifle.

Switching to the next threat, Stevens pivoted to the left and fired at the driver, Nadir Soofi, who also wore soft armor and LBE, and had a backpack and a pistol. As Soofi rounded the back of the car with his rifle raised in the firing position, his left side was exposed to Stevens, who drew careful aim and shot Soofi in the elbow, above the elbow, the side of the chest and the shoulder, as he continued to advance and fire at a controlled pace.

Cop shares gunfight lessons from ISIS-inspired ‘Draw the Prophet’ terrorist attack –

This story never achieved huge prominence and there is a ton more background to this at Jihad Watch (because Robert Spencer, Pamela Geller and Geert Wilders were also the targets of this attack).