According to the US Federal Police, a man armed with a nail gun wanted to break into an FBI office in Cincinnati, but fled soon after. During the chase, the officers shot him.
A gunman has been shot dead by officers following an attack on an FBI office in the United States. According to the FBI, the man wanted to break into the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s office in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday. “After an alarm was activated and armed FBI agents intervened, the person fled.”
According to media reports, before escaping in the car, the man fired with a nail gun and showed a semi-automatic rifle. According to police, a chase ensued, and the suspect then stopped in a rural area. “As soon as the vehicle came to a halt, a gunfight broke out between the officers present on the spot and the suspect,” a police spokesman said.
The police officers tried to convince the young man, but he refused. A police spokesman said when he pointed a gun at the police officers, the officers shot him. “He died on the spot.”
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The exact background of the attack on the FBI office was initially unclear. The attack came days after the FBI raided the mansion of former US President Donald Trump in Florida. The raid on the Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach has sparked anger and outrage in right-wing circles. Trump himself called the raid politically motivated.
FBI Chief Christopher Wray on Wednesday complained of threats against federal police in connection with the raids, calling them “reprehensible and dangerous.” US Attorney General Merrick Garland said on Thursday that he had “personally authorized” the search.
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Officials did not specify the reason for the search at Trump’s home on Monday night. According to media reports, it was a court-authorized action related to documents taken by Trump from the White House to Mar-a-Lago after the end of his presidency in January 2021, although by law he must hand over all documents to the National was supposed. Archives.