An aerial view taken on October 15, 2008 shows the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, near Paris.  AFP PHOTO JOEL SAGET        (Photo credit should read JOEL SAGET/AFP/Getty Images)

A suicide bomber with a ticket to the France-Germany soccer game tried to enter the Stade de France last night, but he was turned away when security discovered he was wearing explosives. A security guard interviewed by The Wall Street Journal said the terrorist was frisked and while he tried to back away from security, detonated his bomb. Police say the suicide bomber sought to create a deadly stampede among the 80,000 spectators, leading them into the path of another suicide bomber waiting outside. That suicide bomber killed himself three minutes later. Another suicide bomber killed himself at a nearby McDonalds.