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French warplanes launched a massive retaliatory air assault on ISIS targets in Syria. U.S. defense officials helped provide targets. The airstrikes were in response to Friday night’s Paris terror attacks that claimed the lives of at least 132 people and injured more than 350 others.

The 27-year-old suspected mastermind is from Belgium, according to French authorities. Pre-dawn raids across Europe continue as 104 others have been placed under house arrest and 31 weapons seized, including a rocket launcher.

Former Homeland Security Chief medical officer and U.S. Army Reserves Lieutenant Colonel Doctor Alexander Garza is presently an associate dean at Saint Louis University. He visits Fox 2 News in the Morning to discuss how the conspirators may have used a gaming system to plan the attacks.