Thus, despite the many mass killings in the US by lone gunmen
carrying multiple weapons, American officials have refused to restrict the right to acquire these weapons.
"Lone Gunmen Langly?" a confused Skinner asks.
In Season 9, Langly - along with his fellow Lone Gunmen members Byers and Frohike - sacrificed himself to stop a bio-terrorist.
Unless it's in the pages of IDW Publishing's "X-Files: Conspiracy,'' a sprawling six-part story that sees the Lone Gunmen trio attempting to blow wide open rumors of Transformers, Ghostbusters and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles -- among others -- to a public that has been kept in the dark.
Writer Paul Crilley, who is writing the John Stanisci-illustrated crossover with covers by Miran Kim, said the intrigue begins with a WikiLeaks file in the Lone Gunmen's email while, at the same time, FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are investigating a rapidly spreading contagion.
"A mysterious WikiLeaks file appears in (Richard) Langly's inbox, and, as the Lone Gunmen start to decode them, they realize the files are about events that haven't actually happened yet,'' Crilley said.
Fast-moving terror attacks by lone gunmen
, such as those seen in Norway and Toulouse, are among the major incidents the UK must be prepared for, Security Minister James Brokenshire will say.
QIN a documentary, I recently heard of an X-Files spin-off show called The Lone Gunmen. Whatever happened to it?
AIN the sci-fi show, The Lone Gunmen were a trio of conspiracy theorists who sometimes aided the main characters Mulder and Scully.
The first of The Lone Gunmen
series showed a plane being directed towards the World Trade Centre during an attack on New York.
Following the travails of a trio of conspiracy nuts who provided invaluable help to Mulder during some memorable investigations, "The Lone Gunmen" feels old even though it's just starting.
For backstory on the group that forms "The Lone Gunmen," the best source remains the "X-Files" episode that traced their formation.
One of the three Lone Gunmen members returns in the next episode of "The X-Files."
That friend is Richard "Ringo" Langly (Dean Haglund), one of the Lone Gunmen who died in Season 9, but re-appeared in Season 10 in a drug-fueled dream sequence.
At some point during the panel, Anderson suggested that William has got "David's height," while Carter joked that Scully and Mulder's son is with Langly (Dean Haglund), the presumed-dead member of the Lone Gunmen
trio seen in the trailer.