Conspiracy theorists insist government is behind the terrorist attack

Conspiracy theorists are freaking out on Twitter after they discovered that the terrorist attack was predicted days before it happened.

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Conspiracy theorists are freaking out on Twitter after they discovered that the terrorist attacks was predicted days before it happened.

One particular Twitter spambot account appeared to predict the multiple terror attacks, days before they actually occurred.

On the 11th of November – two days before France’s capital was targeted – @PzBooks tweeted: ‘BREAKING: Death toll from Paris terror attack rises to at least 120 with 270 others injured.’

Immediately after the tweet was spotted, Twitter went all crazy.

Plenty of people took to Twitter to voice their concerns, including labelling it a ‘false flag’ – a term used by conspiracy theorists for an act they think has been staged by a government or other authority.

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It is unclear how the Twitter account came by the news days before it happened.

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