FBI agents continue to investigate the two men who opened fire outside a free speech event Sunday in Garland, Texas, before being shot to death by a police officer on the scene. The shooting took place outside an auditorium where a group that is considered anti-Islam held a contest for the best depiction of the Prophet Mohammad, the physical representation of whom is considered blasphemous by devout Muslims. VOA's Greg Flakus has more on the story from Houston.
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