Muslim Terrorist Killed 11-Year-Old American Boy & His Father In France Attack

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An American family from Texas were vacationing in France when the terrorist attack on Nice took place. A father and his son were killed.

According to the Daily Mail UK, Sean Copeland, 51, and his 11-year-old son Brodie were killed.

The Daily Mail reported that a relative, Haley Copeland, posted this to her Facebook page:

“By now many of you have heard about the 80 people that have died in Nice, France today from a terrorist attack driving through a parade.

‘2 of those 80 people were American and those 2 people happen to be uncle Sean and 11 year old cousin Brodie. They were there on vacation with my two other cousins and aunt celebrating a birthday.

‘This is an extremely difficult time for my family and anyone who knows Sean and Brodie Copeland. Losing a loved one is hard no matter the circumstances but losing a loved one in such a tragic and unexpected way is unbearable. Prayers are much appreciated.
#CopelandFamily #nice.'”

11-year-old Brodie played ball with Hill Country Baseball. This message was posted to their page:

Friends and acquaintances offered their condolences:

Brodie Copeland and his father, Sean
Brodie Copeland and his father, Sean
Brodie Copeland
Brodie Copeland

Sean Copeland (far left), his wife Kim (far right), and son Brodie (center)
Sean Copeland (far left), his wife Kim (far right), and son Brodie (center)

Brodie Copeland on a beach in France shortly before he was killed by an Islamic terrorist
Brodie Copeland on a beach in France shortly before he was killed by an Islamic terrorist
Sean Copeland and his wife, Kim
Sean Copeland and his wife, Kim

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Copeland’s were on a “dream” holiday to France when Sean & Brodie were killed.

According to France 24 News, several children were killed in the attack, and 54 have been hospitalized with injuries.

The terrorist got through security at the event by claiming he was delivering ice cream.

France has declared three days of national mourning in the wake of the attack.

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