American Satirists Speak Out Against Terror Shooting at French Publication
Masked jihadist gunmen opened fire in Paris on Wednesday, claiming revenge against the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, for having published cartoons satirizing the Prophet Muhammad. Many users changed their social media photos to the name of the magazine in a show of solidarity for rights of free speech. Hours later, in the United States, seemingly anyone with a satiric pen or microphone condemned the attack. Arash Arabasadi has more from Washington.