The incident came amid widespread outrage in conservative circles over Monday’s FBI search of former President Donald Trump’s mansion.
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An armed man who tried to enter the offices of the FBI in Cincinnatiin the northern United States, was killed by police after a confrontation, authorities said.
The incident came amid widespread outrage in conservative circles over the search carried out by the FBI Monday at the former president’s mansion donald trump in Florida, although there is no indication that the two events are related.
The US Government accepts Trump’s order and asks the Justice to publish the Mar-a-Lago search warrant
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI, federal police) reported that in the early hours of Thursday an armed person tried to cross the security control zone at his office in the city of Cincinnatiin the state of Ohio.
“Following the activation of the alarm and the response of armed FBI special agents, the individual fled,” the report said. FBI it’s a statement.
The local press assures that the man was wearing a bulletproof vest, shot with a nail gun and brandished a type rifle. AR-15 before fleeing in a car.
The police chased the car until it stopped in a rural area. “Once the vehicle came to a stop, a shootout ensued between officers on scene and the suspect,” an Ohio police spokesman said.
The man was surrounded by security forces who unsuccessfully tried to negotiate with him to turn himself in to authorities, the source added.
After the 42-year-old suspect raised a gun towards police, officers shot him and “he died of his injuries at the scene,” it added.
NBC reported that the suspect, according to three law enforcement officials, could be seen in photos of the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol in Washington by supporters of Trump.
The director of the FBI, Christopher Wraydenounced on Wednesday threats against the FBI after the search of Trump’s residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, which he described as “regrettable and dangerous.”
“Violence against law enforcement is not the answer,” he insisted.
the attorney general, Merrick GarlandHe said Thursday that he “personally approved” the search of Trump’s home and was waiting for a court order to make the contents of the search warrant public before giving more details.
According to the US press, the search was due to possible mishandling of classified documents that Trump would have taken to Mar-a-Lago after leaving the White House in January 2021.
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